Category Archive: Announcements

May 20

News you can use: NEW LEARNING requirements for Quarter 4


Students on track to graduate in June 2020 who are currently enrolled in (or who have not completed)

  1. United States and Virginia History,
  2. a fine/performing arts course or career and technical education course necessary to meet diploma requirements,
  3. a second of sequential electives,
  4. and/or Economics and Personal Finance

will engage in required new learning experiences. This includes essential missing content that would have been taught after March 13, 2020, in order to earn the standard credit for the course.This content will not be graded, however there will be a denotation on the transcript that will be removed upon completion of the missing content/new learning modules. A student’s graduation status is dependent on the continuation and completion of this new learning

NEW LEARNING for All Other HS Students (9-11)

All other students will engage in required new learning experiences that will include essential missing content that would have been taught after March 13, 2020. This content will not be graded, however, there will be a denotation on the transcript that will be removed upon completion of the missing content/new learning modules.

Students, please understand that you will be required to complete ALL work from May 6-June 12 if you expect to earn the credit for the class. You may have passed the class, but you ALSO need to earn the credit by completing the new learning.

What if it’s an SOL class?

If you complete the new learning you get the class credit AND the SOL credit! You don’t have to take that SOL ever again!

If you don’t complete the new learning- You will HAVE to take the SOL test associated with the class in the 20-21 school year. 

Finally, while there is no grade, your teacher will keep a tracker of completion. You need to complete 100% of the work to remove the incomplete from your transcript

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May 20

Senior Countdown

We Love You, Seniors! Check out the slideshow of you and your peers, getting ready to walk the walk and talk the talk in the real world. Behold, the Green and Gold!

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Apr 16

Henrico Student named 1 of 16 Nationally Selected Winners

Scholastic Winner Jasmine Headshot Henrico High School has six national awards at the Scholastic Art and Writing competition. Jasmine M, Katie H and Casey S were selected from hundreds of thousands of regional entries throughout the country, then adjudicated nationally by leaders in the arts. These prestigious awards make them eligible to publish in national collections, and nominate them for top scholarship opportunities.

Additionally, Scholastics selects 8 portfolios from thousands of entries from around the country. These students receive the prestigious gold medal and are considered to be the top emerging artists in the United States. Their work will be featured in a gallery exhibit in New York City, and published in an exhibition catalog. Additionally, students receive a $10,000 college scholarship to study at an art school. We are so proud to announce that in addition to winning an individual National Gold Key, our CFA Visual Arts and AP Studio Senior Jasmine M has won this prestigious top honor with painting portfolio titled On-Call! Way to go Jasmine! See local paper Style Weekly’s coverage of her big win here. Behold, the Green and Gold!

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Apr 15

Warrior Artists

Here’s what Digital Media Art and Design students are up to. They studied graphic novels, read Ms. Marvel, and created their own work using professional software and drawing tablets. Good work, Warriors!

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Mar 12

COVID-19: An important announcement

Concern about COVID-19 (coronavirus) has created a rapidly evolving environment where changes are being made quickly in the interest of public health.

Starting Monday, March 16, Henrico County Public Schools will be closed for students for two full weeks of school (through Friday, March 27). We will continue to assess the situation, and decide later if we need to extend this period of closure.

We realize this creates many questions about how students will continue their learning. We have a thorough plan in place, and detailed information about student learning will be communicated in a separate message.

Our teachers and staff will use Monday, March 16, to continue their preparations. “Virtual learning” experiences (digital and non-digital) will be available to students of all grade levels starting on Tuesday, March 17.

During this unprecedented experience, we will continue to do everything possible to ensure the health and safety of our community. The HCPS Facilities and Pupil Transportation departments will conduct additional cleaning of school buildings and buses, and continue to assess the best cleaning practices.

Additionally, for many of our students, the meals provided at our schools are a crucial part of their daily nutrition. Additional plans are being made to address this vital need across the Henrico Community.

Please know that this is not a decision that we make lightly. We realize that any change to educational schedules is disruptive and inconvenient. However, our priority must always be the health and safety of our students, staff members and community.

Again, more details about student learning will be forthcoming in separate communications. Visit the “COVID-19” page on our website for full information from HCPS.

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Nov 22

VIDEO: Henrico Learning Today

Students in Mr. Ingraham’s and Thomas’ classes got together to throw a birthday party for a special little girl as part of a reading assignment.

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Oct 18

High School Football Live Stream


Henrico High School vs. Varina High School
October 18, 2019
7:00 p.m.


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Oct 04

VIDEO: Silent Reading Party

Students share their love of reading at the inaugural Silent Reading Party at Henrico High School

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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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