Daily announcements include timely information for upcoming events or important reminders. These are the same announcements listed every day at school.

You can also view a list of expired announcements that we keep on record for reference purposes here.

Academics / Guidance

American Public Works Engineering SCholarship

First announced on 3/20/2017

The APWA scholarship is open to Seniors who plan to attend an accredited college or university to study Engineering, Public Work Administration, Finance or other related fields. Applications are available in Guidance. Deadline is April 14th.

Armed Services Information Night

First announced on 3/15/2017

If you are a student interested in attending a Military Service Academy and would like to learn what a future in the armed services entails, please join us for Service Academy Information Night, April 26th from 6-8 pm 115 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. We will speak with you about the process of applying to the academies as well as what is required from you to be considered for a nomination from Senator Joe Donnelly.

Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Scholarship

First announced on 3/17/2017

The Cameron Impact Scholarship will be awarded annually to approximately ten high-school seniors. This four-year merit-based scholarship is intended to cover the full 'educational expenses' at the recipient's chosen collegiate institution (estimated to be between $20,000-$50,000 per year). Recipients have complete freedom in the choice of their school and area of study, however, a stated goal of public service will be strongly considered. EARLY APPLICATION May 26th, 2017. Applications available in Guidance.

Club Z Achievement Award

First announced on 3/1/2017

The Club Z Annual Achievement Award allows students to showcase their talents and abilities for a chance to win cash to support their education. If you have shown strong character in the classroom, overcome obstacles at school, shown leadership or simply improved academically since the beginning of the year, apply online or pick up an application in the Guidance Office. Teachers must complete the nomination form for any student interested in applying for the scholarship.

Hamilton County Youth Service Award

First announced on 3/23/2017

This scholarship is for students who are committed to being drug and alcohol free and who are committed to contributing to their Community. Applications are available in Guidance. Deadline is April 28th.

Ivy Tech College Transition Day

First announced on 3/17/2017

HSE will be hosting the Ivy Tech Community College Transition Day on Thursday, April 13th. You will have the opportunity to apply, set up your MyIvy account and meet with an Admissions representative to discuss your next steps. Please sign up in the CCA office and get further information.

Lions Clubs District 25-D Schoalrship

First announced on 3/1/2017

Two $750 scholarships offered to seniors toward tuition or books at a university, vocational or technical school. Criteria: 2.5 GPA or higher Information page signed by counselor, dean or other school administrator, and an essay of at least 200 words. Applications should be received by due April 10th, 2017. Applications are available online at www.lions25.org.

Purdue Molecular Agriculture Summer Program

First announced on 3/6/2017

Purdue is offering a one week science intensive program for Indiana sophomores and junior who are interested in molecular sciences. Applications are available on line at purdue.ag/masi. Deadline in April 15th, 2017.

SAT prep class

First announced on 2/28/2017

Applications are now available on the HSE HS website and in the guidance office for the next SAT prep class. This class will help students prepare for the May 6th and June 3rd SAT prep class. The class will close after the first 50 students turn in an application.

Senior Destinations Recognition

First announced on 1/11/2017

Seniors, We would like to recognize your future plans after high school. When you have made your FINAL decision regarding your path, whether it be college, a vocation, or the military, we would love to hear about it. Go to your classes on Blackboard under the Seniors Voting Course and complete the Senior Future Plans Survey anytime before May 5th and only when you have made your FINAL decision.

Student I.D.s

First announced on 1/27/2017

This is a reminder that every student needs to have their HSE student ID with them at all times. If you lost your ID and need a replacement, please see Mrs. Foster in the Media Center. Here is a great tip: take a picture of your student ID with your phone!

Summer Programs

First announced on 2/10/2017

Looking for something to d this summer. Many Colleges and Universities offer exciting summer programs that will enrich your educational experience, provide you with college credit and allow you to experience campus life. Check out the Summer programs board outside Guidance and Naviance-colleges-Enrichment Programs for a complete list.

Athletic / Club Sports

Girls lacrosse blanks Bloomington

First announced on 3/27/2017

Saturday the Lady Royals, led offensively by Sophomores Rachel Harris and Alyssa Limback, shut out Bloomington 18-0. Ten different Royals were able to score including Harris with 4 and Limback with 3. Junior Lauren Madden had a great day providing 5 assists. Senior captain Emma Connell provided 6 points (2 goals/4 assists). The defense came away with the shutout by allowing only 3 shots on goal. Senior Captain Taylor Miller led the possession game by collecting 7 draw controls. Senior defensive player Libby Deeter took away 3 ground balls along with an interception. The girls are idle until after Spring Break where they will travel to North Central on Friday April 14th. The JV travels to Lafayette on the same day.

Indiana Academic All-State

First announced on 3/24/2017

Congratulations to Emily Gallup for being named to the 2017 Indiana Academic All-State Cheer Team! Only 12 individuals were selected from a very talented pool of applicants from across the State, based on their accomplishments both in the classroom and in their communities. Emily will be receiving a $100 scholarship! Way to go Emily!

Club Information

French Club callout meeting

First announced on 3/24/2017

Francophiles: if you love French culture, movies, food, and language, come to the callout meeting for HSE's new French Club right after school on Wednesday, March 29th, in Madame Van Groningen's room.

General Information

Important Parking Information

First announced on 3/2/2017

Students: This is a reminder from the dean’s office that students who drive to HSE may NOT park in staff lots behind athletics, by the pool/greenhouse, in front of the building or in the designated staff locations in the South/CCA lot. Students must also properly display a current HSE parking tag. Parking in staff lots or failure to display a tag may result in an after school detention.

Volunteer opportunity

First announced on 2/7/2017

This year, Keep Fishers Beautiful will be on April 15, in conjunction with Spring Service Day at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve and Spring Recycling Day. There will be volunteer opportunities starting as early as 8 a.m., but as flexible as starting in the afternoon. Contact Dan Domsic, Community Engagement & Volunteer Coordinator, Parks & Recreation 317.595.3151 for additional information or to sign up.

Scholarships

Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Scholarship

First announced on 2/9/2017

Class of 2018: the Cameron Impact Scholarship will be awarded annually to approximately ten high-school seniors. This four-year, merit-based scholarship is intended to cover the full educational expenses at the recipient's chosen collegiate institution (estimated to be between $20,000-$50,000 per annum). Recipients have complete freedom in the choice of their school and area of study, however, a stated goal of public service will be strongly considered.

Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Scholarship

First announced on 2/9/2017

Juniors: The Cameron Impact Scholarship will be awarded annually to approximately ten high-school seniors. This four-year merit-based scholarship is intended to cover the full 'educational expenses' at the recipient's chosen collegiate institution (estimated to be between $20,000-$50,000 per annum). Recipients have complete freedom in the choice of their school and area of study, however, a stated goal of public service will be strongly considered. Apply online bryancameroneductionfoundation.org

Indiana Members Credit Union Scholarship

First announced on 1/25/2017

Indiana Members Foundation is excited to announce the Robert E. Martin Scholarship program. Up to 25 $1000 scholarships will be awarded annually. Applicants must be a member in good standing of IMCU. Applications are online at imf4kids.org. Deadline is April 30th, 2017.

Meijer Scholarship

First announced on 3/17/2017

Scholarship offered to full or part-time Meijer Team Members or children of full or part-time Meijer Team Members. Scholarship will be awarded based on financial need, academic standing, a statement of aspirations and goals and the applicant's community involvement. Application must be submitted online at: meijerscholarship.egrant.net Deadline is April 1st,2017.