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Jan 04

Upcoming Dates

Please log in to the Parent Portal to put money on lunch accounts and keep up with student grades, and follow Ms. Castillo-Rose on instagram @HenricoHSprincipal or twitter @hhs_prncpl.

****It is a regular week! ****

Jan 8- Jan 25 Non-Writing SOL retakes- students who failed in prior test windows

8th-Reading bootcamp, 9th Reading SOL, 10th Science bootcamp, 11th science SOL, 14th sol makeups from 8th-11th, 15th math bootcamp,16th math SOL, 17th History bootcamp, 18th History SOL 22nd-25th SOL makeups

January 17 CFA Musical Theatre Level IV Cabaret Performance 7:00 p.m. CFA Black Box Theatre

January 21 Martin Luther King Holiday

January 22-25 Benchmark testing (Eng 11, Alg I, Geometry, Earth science, Biology)

January 22 Benchmark 1st and 5th periods

January 23 Benchmark 4th and 6th periods

January 24 Benchmark 3rd and 7th periods

January 25 Benchmark 2nd period

January 29-Feb 1 Benchmark make-ups

January 24 Club and Organization Pictures 9-4pm, Auditorium

January 25 End of 2nd Nine weeks

January 26 HHS Drama Club Set Building

January 28 Student holiday Clerical day for instructional staff

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Dec 20

Parent Teacher Conferences

Sign ups are now available for Parent Teacher Conferences taking place on Thursday, January 10th from 5:00-7:30 p.m. 

Please visit for instructions on how to schedule 10-minute appointments with teachers of your student(s) with whom you’d like to meet.  The last day to sign up using the site is Wednesday January 9th.  Any changes to conference times on the day of conferences should be communicated directly with the teacher. If spots run out for a particular teacher, please contact the teacher directly to schedule a meeting at another time.

Hope to see you January 10th!

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Nov 26

VIDEO: Today’s Classroom

HCPS-TV stopped by Ms. Glass’ Earth Science class where they were talking about and reviewing natural resources. Click here to watch the video.

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Oct 01

Know an amazing principal? Nominate him or her for a 2018-19 REB leadership award

Henrico, Va. Oct. 1, 2018 – The REB Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership provide a tangible, public way to recognize an outstanding principal at a Henrico County school. The Community Foundation’s yearly awards identify, recognize and support leadership excellence in the Richmond area. Honorees receive an unrestricted $7,500 cash grant, and $7,500 to be used for school initiatives. Eligible are principals from public schools in Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and the city of Richmond. Nominees should have served in their current positions for at least three years.

To find out more and download a nomination form, go to Educational-Leadership.

Who: The Community Foundation invites nominations from students, parents, colleagues, school personnel and administrators and the community at large. Nominations should take the form of a completed nomination form, downloaded from the foundation’s website, a one- to two-page typeset letter describing the nominee’s distinguished educational leadership. It can be accompanied by up to three one-page letters of support. Principals may not nominate themselves.

When: Nominations must be mailed or hand-delivered, and must be received by 5 p.m. on Nov. 8. Emailed or faxed nominations are not accepted.

Where: Please mail nominations to:

REB Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership

The Community Foundation

Attn: Stacey Keeley, Donor Engagement Officer

Boulders View Drive, Suite 110

Richmond, Va. 23225

For questions regarding nominations, please contact Tracie Weston, director of HCPS’ Department of Professional Learning and Leadership, at 804-652-3840. More information is also available at

Award recipients will be announced in March 2019.

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Jul 17

VIDEO: International Baccalaureate Art Projects

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International Baccalaureate students at Henrico and Tucker High Schools showcased their year-long art projects at Plant Zero in Richmond. These projects took on a deeper meaning to some of the IB students.

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Apr 13

VIDEO: Heart of Henrico

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See how a physics teacher at Henrico High School is an inspiration to others.

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