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Mission Statement

Hammond High School creates and supports

productive stakeholders utilizing technology,

promoting core values, and encouraging positive,

independent thinkers.




Core Values

Positive, Accountable, Integrity, Respectful, Responsible

Shared Vision
Bound By None, Hammond High School Builds: Respect, Discipline, Relationships, Lifelong Learners

How to find us




New IN Race/Ethnicity Reporting Requirement
Letter to Parents: English- Spanish ; Brochure: English - Spanish
Reporting Form: English - Spanish

Keeping Children Home When They Are Ill: English - Spanish
Fact Sheets: Pertussis (Whooping Cough) ; Meningococcal Disease: English - Spanish

It is the policy of the School City of Hammond not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin,age or handicap in its programs as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act (I.C. 22-9.1), Title VI and VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX (Educational Amendments), and Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
Si usted necesita información acerca del School City of Hammond (las escuelas públicas de Hammond), de alguna escuela de nuestro distrito en particular, o de algún programa en español u otro idioma, por favor, llame a nuestro departamento de educación bilingüe si necesita ayuda al (219) 933-2455.


Dr. Goodlow
Principal

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NWI TIMES FEED

CROWN POINT — A Munster man was sentenced to 18 months in prison after admitting to being drunk during a fatal crash.
Editor's note: Civility in the Classroom, a pilot class written by The Times and educators in the community was held this semester at Lighthouse College Prep Academy in Gary. The class wrapped up last week. The following is an essay…
CROWN POINT — An Illinois man admitted to robbing two Merrillville banks last June.
HAMMOND — Police Tuesday released a surveillance photo taken during a bank robbery at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at BMO Harris Bank at E. 27 Sibley St.
MERRILLVILLE — According to National Center for Summer Learning at John Hopkins University, children who have not read or been mentally stimulated during the summer return to school having lost two months of grade-level skills during that break.

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