Hershey High School A Community Cultivating an Extraordinary Learning Environment

HHS Welcome

  • Hershey High School
    550 Homestead Road, PO Box 898, Hershey, PA 17033
    Phone: (717) 531-2244   Fax: (717) 534-2684

    Office Hours: 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Regular School Hours: 7:38 a.m. - 2:33 p.m.
     


    The program of studies of the Hershey High School
    is planned to meet the needs of the youth of the Derry Township School District. A major task of the school is to accommodate learners with divergent needs, goals, capabilities and interests. To this end, an effort is made to nurture individual skills and to satisfy individual needs.
    It is also the responsibility of the school to furnish opportunities for students to participate in cultural activities that may otherwise not be available to them. Extracurricular and enrichment programs are offered to satisfy this aspect.

    Hershey High School was built in 1996 and expanded in 2007. The facility is 231,000 square feet, has a card access system; phone/television/internet access in all classrooms; auditorium seating for 1,300; two CAD labs; classrooms for family and consumer sciences; full gym, weight and cardio exercise rooms;
    full band and orchestra/chorus rooms; three art rooms; closed circuit television capacity; a production office and library/media center.
     
     

Headlines

  • DTSD Directors Named 2017 Innovative School Board

    The Derry Township School District Board of School Directors has been recognized by a statewide group for innovation in public education. The Pennsylvania School Boards Association presented DTSD School Board as a recipients of the Pennsylvania Education Innovation Award as part of its annual School Leadership Conference.In addition to the recognition as the 2017 Innovative School Board Award recipient, PSBA will donate $5,000 to the Trojan Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides supplemental funding and support for Derry Township School District’s academic, athletic, and arts.

    Comments (-1)
  • Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS)

    Derry Township School District is taking part in the 2017 Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) sponsored by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. The survey will ask questions about the behaviors of school students in the 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th grades, including questions about potential violence, weapons usage, depression, bullying, substance abuse, and resources.

    Comments (-1)
  • DTSD To Participate in Great Shake Out

    Derry Township School District will join millions of others in preparing for potential earthquakes as part of the Great Shake Out on October 19. Emergency management experts all agree that "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" is the appropriate action to reduce injury and death during earthquakes; the Great Shake Out will reinforce those principles. Safety is DTSD’s highest priority, so throughout the year, the district’s students and staff participate in a variety of exercises such as fire drills, bus evacuations, intruder exercises and other scenarios to prepare for potential hazards.

    Comments (-1)
  • Activities Bus Service Pilot Program

    DTSD is piloting a special courtesy transportation service for students in Grades 6-12 engaged in extra-curricular programs. The Activities Buses runs Monday – Friday during regular school days and provides transportation home for students involved in clubs, sports and other after-school activities. One bus departs the HHS/HMS Bus Corral at 4:30 p.m. with the second disembarking at 5:30 p.m. Run length will vary, depending on the number of students and their home destination.

    Comments (-1)
  • 2017-2018 Budget Freezes Taxes, Maintains Programs!

    At the June 12th school board meeting, the Derry Township School District Board of School Directors proposed a $61.4 million budget for the 2017-2018 school year, with no increase in taxes. The Final 2017-2018 budget provides for resources for all programs currently operated by the Derry Township School District. In addition the final 2017-2018 budget includes a few enhancements to our current programs. First being all students in grades 6th through 12th will receive an iPad that can be used in school and at home. Second the budget includes expenses to support the development of the district’s full day kindergarten program for the 2018-2019 school year.

    Comments (-1)
  • Full Day Kindergarten Information Page

    At the June 12, 2017 School Board Meeting, the Board of School Directors approved the transition to Full-Day Kindergarten beginning the 2018-2019 school year. The measure includes an option for parents/guardians who prefer a ½-day program. In order to keep parents/guardians and community members informed, we have created an area on our web site that serves as a repository for background information and other pertinent resources you may find of interest. Click the headline above or the adjacent graphic to access this information.

    Comments (-1)

Broadcaster

  • The Broadcaster is the official student newspaper of Hershey High School.  Check out the most recent edition

Student Parking

  • Student Parking Information graphic


    Register graphic Online registration for student parking passes at Hershey High School will open on Monday, August 14. 2017. Juniors and seniors wishing to park must carefully review the “Student Driver Rules and Regulations Agreement” document that is linked on the parking registration site for complete parking information. Eligible and registered juniors and seniors will be assigned a numbered tag (for the lower lots or Pebble Beach), but not a numbered spot.  

    NOTE: You will be required to sign in to Google using your Derry Township student credentials in order to register.

CLOSE