Want to be a part of the Brickie team? Come to the Substitute Job Fair for on the spot interviews! Save time and apply online - then just come for an interview! No RSVP necessary, see the flyer for more information!
Students and their parents looking for help completing the FAFSA are encouraged to attend one of these workshops. ISM College Planning Team Members will be at Hobart High School to help families complete the FAFSA on the Web or answer any questions you may have! 1 day but 2 sessions - come to whichever is more convenient for you!
March 2nd at Hobart High School
8am - 10am located in our Early Learning Center - Please enter through door #1
4pm - 7pm located in room 1316 - Please enter through door #1
Want to learn more about the PSAT and how and what teh scores mean? Come to this informative meeting about them!
January 31st - for High School Parents - held at Hobart High School - 6pm
February 15th - for Middle School Parents - held at Hobart Middle School - 6pm
As you consider a PSAT goal in 2016's competetive scholarship qualification process, it is wise to understand the average scores and qualifying scores for various scholarship programs. Taking the PSAT gives you a chance to qualify for several schalrship programs, most notably the National Merit Scholarship program. The PSAT is also excellent practice for the SAT and can help you stand out to colleges. PSAT scoring can be pretty complex and we would love to help explain them to you. Please come to the informative meeting and get all of your questios answered about how they are tested, scoring, and why it is so important! Can't make it but would like more info? Visit hobart.schoolwires.com/collegeboard
Signs of drug and alcohol use are all around. Are you seeing them? Join this opportunity to get a "Wake Up Call" in regards to your teen and their bedroom. Our goal is to educate you to be a positive influence in the lives of our youth! Join us on February 27th from 6:30 - 8:00pm at Hobart High School!
The Legacy Foundation's Common Application is now OPEN! Deadline to apply for scholarships is February 15th! Need some tips? Attend a scholarship "How-to" event for tips on your essays, best defining extra-curriculuars, what community service is, and more! These events are being held at 3 different times and locations. For more information, see the flyer or click here!
The Go For Launch! program is a 3-day program for High School students that uses Space Exploration as a platform to launch student involvement. Students will work in teams on collaborative activities adn define and design their own space experiement that, if deemed the overall winner, will be launched into space! This is a unique experience that will give your high school student the tools and skills that can lead to success in any venture that requires imagination, leadership, teamwork, and problem solving skills. To learn more or register, click here!
Have a child enter pre-school in the fall? Come and learn more about the early education oppotunities offered around our community! Meet with different preschools and learn about their classroom structure, expectations, cost, and more! Attendees will be entered to win a free SpringFest writstband!
Hi Brickies! With most everything being digital these days we thought we would create a digital Focus on Education! Instead of receiving an issue in the Fall and the Spring, you will now receive an issue every month! We are excited about the change and hope that you are too! We will be sending them through Skyward and will also post on the School City of Hobart Website, Facebook page, and Twitter! #brickieup
Click here to see January 2017!
Did you know that every school in the School City of Hobart is accredited by AdvancEd's North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement?
You can learn more by visiting our
AdvancEd Data Profiles and Action Plans
on this web site.
Click on the links below to learn how we
ENGAGE, EXPERIENCE & EXCEL
in helping our students be successful!
Video clips of students showcasing
I AM READY!
HHS is part of the
Indiana College Accelerated Network
The 8 Conditions That Make a Difference for Student Aspirations:
Podcasts by Dr. Buffington
Learn more about
The Quagila Institute
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