Homepage Points of Pride

  • The School City of Hobart would like to recognize some of our students who are role models in their homes, schools and community! Click "more" to read about them!
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  • Computer Science Education Week with Hour of Code!
  • This week students were able to explore computer programming and experience their own creations on the computer! They coded games, art and so much more! Click more to check it out...
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  • Hobart High's Stellar Staff Members!
  • Each month HHS colleagues select a staff member that best describes that current month's focus. This month's focus was Positivity and Optimism! Read on to learn about our Stellar Staff member...
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  • Brickies go canoeing!
  • The Dunes Learning Center Mighty Acorns Program partnered with the city of Hobart and voyageur canoes to learn more about our Lake George. Click for more info...
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  • One Region awards for Lifetime Achievement
  • Senior Courtany Hill is recognized for making our Region a better place. Read more about her great accomplishments by click more.
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  • PLTW High Altitude Balloon Launch
  • The PLTW Engineering class launched a balloon with the goal of reaching over 100,000 feet and traveling as far as Plymouth, IN. Click more to see how they did...
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    FOE Spring 2016

    The Focus on Education Newsletter
    is on our website for your convenience. Partners in Learning for a Bright Future! Please CLICK HERE to read about Opportunities in the SCOH, Be Nice-Work Hard-Stay Safe, Cool Tools to Obtain Goals, Earning Cash for College, Work Based Learning, Early Education, Family Fun and Learning, as well as Senior Citizen activities!
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    Hospice of the Calumet Area 'Healing Hearts for Teens'
    This program is holding free couseling sessions for teens that have experience the loss of a loved one. The sessions will be held from January 11- March 21 every other Monday from 5:30-6:45 pm. Topics include getting to know you and your loved one, dealing with feelings, finding my feelings, remembering, and coping with change and moving. They need to know they are not alone. For more information email Dorothy Poma at dpoma@hospicecalumet.org.

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  • istep

    The twenty five members of the Northwest Indiana Public School Study Council (NWIPSSC) would like to share this message to the community regarding 2015 ISTEP+ results. Please click here to read. 

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    The Forever Girls Book Club
    The Forever Girls Book Club has created a Facebook page to keep everyone up to date on what they are doing! The club includes girls from third to fifth grade from both Ridge View and Joan Martin. The girls read from the American Girl historical series about topics including The Great Depression, immigration, the Revolutionary War, and pioneers. The girls read a book before each meeting and then they discuss as a group what was happening at the time and how girls their age would have adjusted to it.
    Click here to see all the awesome things they are doing!

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  • December
    S.T.E.M Magazine - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    See how we use it everyday! Click the image for your FREE access to this month's magazine!
    To view the past month's issues of STEM click here! 

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    Hobart Brickies signing National Letters of Intent! 
    Congratulations to these 3 Seniors as they signed their National Letters of Intent this year to play at the Collegiate level. All are outstanding students academically and athletically. Great job to all and Best of Luck!! Click their names to read more about them and where they are attending! 

    Maddy Adams
    Braden Niksich
    Tyler Kenjic

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    HHS Band performs at Purdue's Halftime! 
    This is a GREAT article about our Marching Band and them performing at Purdue University!! They performed during half-time at one of the games and had an experience that I am sure they will never forget! Great Job! Read the article here!


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  • balloon launch
    HHS PLTW Engineering Class is Soaring to New Heights! 
    The Balloon Launch was conducted on November 16th and it was a huge success! With students and teachers there to support Mr. Vermeulens engineering class the balloon traveled almost 100,000 feet into the air and ovef 70 miles East of Hobart!
    Check out our webpage, we will update it with more pictures and footage from the balloon soon! Great job Brickies! What an amazing feat! 

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    HHS Art Students are selling unique art! 
    The HHS GT Art Students have created your own personal arts and crafts business! Come check out the Brickie Bu-tique and purchase some items! You may purchase the works from the students or you can order a custom made piece of art in one of the business offered. Businesses such as portraits, stylized portraits, personal avatars, ceramics, jewelry, clothing and tailoring and more! Just enter through Door # 1

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  • 21st

    Free college and scholarships!
    21st Century Scholars is program offering free college education to schools in thet state of Indiana. This program is available to any student on a free or reduced lunch program. Students can start to apply in 7th grade & anytime in 8th grade. The deadline is June 30th of their 8th grade year. For more information and to apply click here

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Content Blocks

 School City of Hobart
is Building
College and Career Ready Students
One Brick at a Time!

Employer Expectation
School City of Hobart Believes in Success for All Students!
The School City of Hobart is proud of their student's achievement and educator's dedication to success! Please visit our website for the breakdown of each school's grade, workbook, overall score, and parent communication. BRICKIE UP for College and Careers!

 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
in helping our students be successful!

Video clips of students showcasing
their achievements.

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

Quaglia Institute

The School City of Hobart Community will foster intellectual curiosity, natural abilities, critical thinking, and literacy in students while developing respectful and responsible citizens who are excited about the challenges of tomorrow, confident in their ability to chart the future, and dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning.
Our Schools Equip Children for Adulthood
Our Schools Address the Needs of Individual Students
Our Schools Are Community Schools
Our Schools Are Committed to Success
Learn about the School City of Hobart's Leadership/ Mentorship Program for students called Team LEAD sponsored by the School City of Hobart Educational Foundation.
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