• Summer School Information

    This is a reminder that Butler High and Westside are open from 8:00 – 1:00 Monday – Thursday for students who still need to checkout laptops. If they are experiencing technology issues (login, laptop issues, internet, etc.) as sent in a previous email, please advise students to email


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    June 1, 2020


    Can you believe the school year is officially over and we’re now planning for the new one?


    It’s hard to believe that the 2020 school year ended abruptly due to COVID-19, but we learned lessons along the way. First, life is unpredictable. We came to school one day with the intention of returning after Spring Break, only to learn that we wouldn’t be physically returning to school. Next, we learned how online learning can be beneficial when used effectively. Finally, we learned the importance of human interaction, communicating and socializing with others, and that school can be a very safe place for many students.


    Graduation is scheduled for Tuesday, July 21 at 8:00 a.m. If your child has not received his or her cap and gown, contact the Jostens representative, Jason Wiley at We do not have the items for distribution. Hephzibah High School has not received guidance on the number of tickets each student will receive, but we will inform families as soon as that information becomes available.


    While the custodians are working to clean and sanitize the building, school is considered closed until further notice. With this in mind, textbooks may be returned Monday-Thursday from 10-2 at the front entrance. If you had items in your locker, text 706.220.2403 with your name and locker number and someone will bring the items to the door.


    Hephzibah High School opted to have report cards mailed from the district. If you have any changes such as address, phone number, or email address, email Patsy Williams at


    Finally, yearbooks will be available for pick-up on Monday, June 8, between 10-2. Please text 706.220.2403 when you arrive so that we can bring your yearbook to the door.


    Thank you for your cooperation during this very uncertain time,


    Marva Tutt

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  • sarah


    Sarah Lively - Valedictorian

    Sarah is the daughter of April Whitledge and Shane Whitledge. She plans to attend Augusta University to become a CRNA.  Sarah participates in the National Honor Society and in the American Patriotism Club. She loves fine arts – She loves to sing, to play piano, and to do artsy things.  Sarah is interested in studying and learning new languages.  She has deep religious faith and loves the Lord.

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    Malik Smith – Salutatorian

    Malik is the son of Reginald Smith and Pamela Moore.  He plans to attend Georgia Institute of Technology where he will major in computer engineering. 


    Malik is on the HHS Yearbook Staff and he enjoys playing soccer and playing video games.

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  • javan


    Javan Jones -- Star Student

    Javan is the son of Tais Coard. His hobbies include chess, reading, and video games.

    His favorite classes are Academic Decathlon, Calculus, Chemistry, and Welding.  After high school, Javan will attend the Georgia Institute of Technology where he plans to major in mechanical engineering. 

    After graduation from college, he would like to work in the automotive or

    the aerospace industry. 

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  • Please check the Hephzibah High website for the following:


    • Sign up for Remind to keep in contact with your Counselor 
    • Complete an online summer school application, if you have not already spoken with your counselor 
    • Stay up to date on your assignments, edgenuity, and /or USA Testprep   


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  • High 5

    High Five For Kids - Corey Hudson

    Click the link above to see the story.

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    Faculty Survey 


    Student Survey


    Parent Survey



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    Create a World Class Rebel Success Academy that begins with the end in mind...Graduation and Beyond



    The mission of Hephzibah Comprehensive High School is to transform students into caring, open-minded thinkers who will respect themselves as well as others locally, nationally and globally, producing citizens who lead with dignity and integrity.

    The stakeholders of Hephzibah Comprehensive High School will provide students with an academically challenging and culturally diverse environment that fosters the development of strong character and intellect.

    IB Mission

    The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

    To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.

    These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

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  • IB/MYP Policies


    HHS Academic Honesty Policy

    Academic Honesty


    HHS Assessment Policy



    HHS Inclusion Policy



    HHS Language Policy



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    HHS Academic Pathway

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    Letters Regarding GPA and Graduation


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