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General School News

Senior Portrait Information

Seniors: the deadline to sit for your senior portrait with Prestige will be here before you know it. All seniors who wish to be included in the yearbook MUST complete a scheduled sitting with Prestige Portraits before October 31. Spots are limited, so be sure to schedule yours today. For more information, check the announcement posted on the "Class of 2022" Canvas page.

Academics/Guidance News

Job Board

Students who are looking for a job should check out the job board right across from the Guidance Office!

Volunteering in Fishers

Wanting to volunteer? These volunteer opportunities are currently available from the city: Fishers Safety Day/Run to Remember 5K, Glow in the Park, Fishers COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, Fishers AgriPark, Upcoming Fishers Makers Playground. For all volunteer opportunities, check out: www.thisisfishers.com/volunteer

2021 HBCU College Fair

The Indianapolis Black Alumni Council presents the 42nd annual HBCU College Fair on October 6th and 7th. This is a virtual event and you must register at www.ibacindy.com. For more information see the announcement in your class canvas page.

Club Information

Join Avatar Club

Are you interested in Avatar the Last Airbender or Legend of Korra? Then Join Avatar club. Avatar club takes place in room B160 with Mrs. Joseph. You will get the opportunity to watch the shows on the big screen, Eat delicious foods from the world of avatar, and read comics and novels while also playing themed games and having fun discussions! First call out meeting is 9/28/21. Email Mrs. Joseph if you have questions. Hope to see you there!

Royals for Womens' Rights Club Call-Out Meeting

Hello Royals! Royals for Women’s Rights is returning for its second year of education and activism, beginning with a callout meeting on Thursday 9/23 during Pathways. You can attend at J113, Mrs. McGrath’s room at 9 am. They will discuss objectives for the year, introduce the board, and provide a safe environment to discuss changes in the field of reproductive healthcare. Hope to see you all there!

National Deaf Awareness Week

This week is National Deaf Awareness Week so we will be announcing fun facts and myths about Deaf Culture and ASL. Also there are posters in the hallways about famous Deaf adults and people from history that were instrumental in the furthering of education and ASL. Todays fun facts: 1. 70 million people use sign language 2. In 1920 the football huddle was invented by deaf players at Gallaudet University to hide their signs in 1920

Come learn to make Pretzels in German Club 9/30

German Club will be meeting on Thursday, September 30th in the Foods Lab for Food, Friends and Fun! Come learn to make Pretzels with us and play games! Make sure you sign up through your enriching students by Monday so we have enough for everyone.

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month has already started! This is the perfect time to learn about the different accomplishments made by people from the Hispanic community. Come and see the HSE Latino Student Union booth on September 25, at the Fishers Farmers Market from 8am - noon!

Super Smash Brothers Tournament

Calling all students! On Friday October 1st, HSE’s Video Game Club will be hosting its first tournament of the year; Super Smash Brothers! The fee to enter is $3 in order to cover pizza for all competitors and trophies for the top 3 finishers! You can sign up by simply scanning the QR code located on any of the tournament flyers around school. Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, September 29th. For any questions, contact Mr. Squires in J226.

HSE High School

Hamilton Southeastern Schools

12499 Olio Road, Fishers, IN 46037
School Hours: 8:30am - 3:00pm
Building Hours: 8:00am - 3:30pm
Main Office (317) 594-4190
Fax (317) 594-4199
Attendance (317) 594-4195
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Our Mission

Hamilton Southeastern Schools, as a forward-thinking school district, provides excellence in education and opportunities to ensure the success of each and every student, to become a responsible citizen and to positively influence an ever-changing world community.