Daily Announcements

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

Alternative PE Information

First announced on 3/6/2018

Freshmen, sophomore and junior Spring sport athletes who would like to earn one PE credit through participating in your sport, sign up for the Alternative PE class. The electronic application is on the HSE website and will be available until March 23rd. Sign up today! Please see your guidance counselor with questions.

College Reps visiting HSE

First announced on 3/22/2018

On Wednesday, March 28th two colleges or universities are visiting HSE. Savannah College of Art and Design and Tricoci University of Beauty Culture. If you are interested in meeting with either of these representatives, please sign up on Naviance or in the CCA office.

Credit Recovery Extra Hours

First announced on 2/28/2018

Students with Credit Recovery courses: if you need extra time or support completing your Credit Recovery class, or want to take your master's tests after school, come to the F113 Credit Recovery lab to work with Mrs. Trefry. Extra hours begin March 20 and will be every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-4:00. Take advantage of the hours and let's get those classes finished up! 

FAN STAND Open Interviews

First announced on 3/21/2018

Hey Royals, Do you want to be part of one of the most influential groups in the school? And get credit for it? And have fun? Well then, please see Mr. Albrecht in Room F206 about joining the Fan Stand before Spring break! He has a few spots to fill and would love to hear from you! The one requirement is that you must be in the class of 2020. He Looks forward to hearing from you! GO ROYALS!

FBI Youth Leadership Academy

First announced on 2/8/2018

The FBI's Youth Leadership Academy is designed to promote an educational experience that will provide students with valuable leadership training and a greater understanding of the FBI. Through experiential learning activities, students will develop skills in communication, trust, team work, goal setting and leadership. This program is July 11-13, 2018. For more information, please come to the guidance office. Applications are due April 1, 2018.

Fishers Parks & Recreation

First announced on 1/3/2018

Fishers Parks & Recreation is excited for another great year of events and programsvand they hope to have students as a part of the team once again. Opportunities available are for Winnie the Pooh Day on January 14 and Keep Fishers Beautiful on April 14. If you’d like to get an early start on sign-ups, contact Dan Domsic at domsicd@fishers.in.us 317-595-3151.

IUPUI School of Informatics & Computing

First announced on 2/1/2018

Registration for the 2018 Summer Workshops at the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI is now available. These workshops will give you hands-on experience in learning how informatics and computing are shaping our world through innovation in mobile and web applications, interactive media and digital games, and health and medical research. The is NOT for 2018 Seniors! For more information, please go to www.soic.iupui.edu/about/high-school-programs/summerworkshops.

Ivy Tech Transition Day for Seniors

First announced on 3/16/2018

Seniors are invited to a special Ivy Tech Community College Transition Day at HSE on Thursday, April 12th in B106. There will be an opportunity to complete the application & enrollment process and also meet with Admissions Representatives from Ivy Tech. Please sign up in the CCA office to attend and receive more information.

New Summer 2018 Purdue Classes

First announced on 1/10/2018

High school students 16 and older may enroll in Purdue courses alongside current undergraduate students. Courses range from 4 weeks to 12 weeks. For more information you can go to www.purdue.edu/provost/summersession.

SAT prep class

First announced on 3/5/2018

The next SAT prep class will begin on April 30th right after school. The class will run for 8 days at 2 hours per session and prepare for the May, June and August SAT test. The cost of the class is $100 and the first 50 students will be admitted. Applications can be found on the HSE HS website or in the guidance office.

Senior Future Plans Survey

First announced on 2/2/2018

Seniors: when you have made your absolute FINAL decision regarding your post-high school plans, whether it is college, a vocation, or the military, HSE would like to recognize it. There will be a pennant on display in the CCA foyer celebrating your decision. The deadline to complete the Senior Future Plans Survey on Canvas is May 4th.

Summer Enrichment Classes

First announced on 1/4/2018

There are many summer college programs this 2018! For more details go to College Enrichment Programs in Naviance.

United States Naval Academy Summer STEM Program

First announced on 2/2/2018

Thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer, or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy’s Summer STEM Program. STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and making things better, and at our Summer STEM Program, you’ll do just that. You’ll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills. For more information or register go to www.usna.edu/admissions/programs/stem

US Naval Academy Summer Seminar

First announced on 2/2/2018

If you are currently a junior and considering the Naval Academy as your college of choice, consider applying to Summer Seminar, to introduce you to life at the Academy, where you will experience first-class academic, athletic, and professional training at the #1 public college in the U.S. according to Forbes. Summer Seminar applications will also serve as a preliminary application to the Academy that you will complete before or during your senior year. Go to www.usna.edu/admissions/programs/nass

Athletic / Club Sports

Boys Lacrosse Start the season in Kentucky

First announced on 3/19/2018

The Royals traveled to Lexington Catholic for their season debut on Friday night. With a slow start, the boys found themselves down 3-5 at the end of the first. The attack caught fire in the 2nd and scored four unanswered goals. The shooting continued in the third and the Royals found the net three more times giving them a 10-6 lead. After a compelling second and third quarter the Royals let their guard down and allowed the Knights to claw back into the game. The Knights put in seven goals to mount a comeback and beat the Royals 13-12. The offense was lead by Senior Keegan Logan with 2 goals and 4 assist and Freshman Ryan Kemp with a first half hat-trick. Senior Nick Riina and Sophomore Cannon Elsbury held down the defense while Ethan Blake put in a strong performance in the transition game. The learning process continues as the Royals drop their second straight this past weekend to the defending Kentucky state champs Trinity HS. After a close 3-5 halftime score, Trinity showed their poise and consistency as they pulled away and won 13-6. The Royals host two top tier teams from Michigan next weekend at home. They play Friday night at 8:00pm and Saturday at 3:00pm. Come bring the noise this weekend in support of your Royals!

Rugby Match

First announced on 3/22/2018

There is a rugby home match on Saturday, March 24th at HSE, with varsity playing at 1:00 and JV at 2:30. Come show your support!

Club Information

3-on-3 Basketball Hoops for Haiti Fundraiser

First announced on 2/28/2018

He dribbles….he shoots...he scores! HSE Royals are you ready to hoop?!!! On Tuesday, March 27th at 6:00 in the evening, Beyond Me Campus Club is hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the Aux gym as a fundraiser to help raise support for job creation and education for families and communities in Haiti. We invite you to form a team Now until March 20th. It’s $5 to play. Staff, students, and administrators are all welcome to come out. Invite your friends and family to come watch and see which team will be crowned our 3-on-3 Hoop Champion. It’ll be so much fun! We have so many prizes available for all participants! Lace up Royals and let’s Hoop for Haiti! Be sure to grab a registration form in B166 and see Mr. Watson for details.

Color Guard 3rd in State

First announced on 3/19/2018

Congrats to the Bronze Medalist in Open Class HSE Winter Guard! The color guard performed at the State Finals last Saturday and earned third place in the state. Congrats to all performers and staff.

Hoops for Haiti 3-on-3 Basketball Fundraiser

First announced on 2/6/2018

HSE Staff, students, and administration! Are you ready to hoop? On Tuesday, March 27th at 6pm, Beyond Me HSE Initiative Club is hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament as a fundraiser to help develop a school to provide entrepreneurial training in Haiti. Hoops for Haiti will take place here at HSE. It is open to anyone who loves playing or watching basketball. For the very competitive teams, we have a pro bracket and for those who play for fun, we have a semi-pro bracket. There are lots of prizes. It’s only $5 to play. You can fill out a bracket and win a prize for having the best bracket. Come cheer on your favorite team!

Hoops for Haiti Team Registration Deadline Extended

First announced on 3/21/2018

Tick….tock….tick…tock! Time is running out for you to sign up for Hoops for Haiti, our 3-on-3 basketball tournament to touch the lives of the people of Haiti. It’s happening at HSE next Tuesday night at 6:00. The deadline for team sign up has been extended to this Friday, March 23rd. Register your team by stopping by B166 to fill out a form and see Mr. Watson for details!

Indoor Percussion 4th at State

First announced on 3/19/2018

The Indoor Percussion Ensemble performed at Plainfield last Saturday and earned fourth place with an outstanding performance. Congratulations Percussionists as you head into Semi-state this Saturday at Avon.

Paintball Club Event

First announced on 3/21/2018

The HSE Paintball Club will take part in the Dystopia Scenario Event at the White River Paintball facility this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Taking the side of the Liberators, the HSE Paintball Club will work alongside other team mates to restore order to a fictional world that has turned to chaos. Come out this weekend and show your support! https://youtu.be/Z-If2Et8b2s

Work SMaRT

First announced on 3/21/2018

Interested in a career in public service? Come to a presentation next Monday, March 26th during SMaRT Period to hear from Congresswoman Susan Brooks, Officer Kevin Sutton, Ms. Chandler, Fishers Fire Chief Steve Orusa and Fire Captain John Mehling. To sign up, scan the QR code on the Work SMaRT posters around school, or see Mr. Marer, in J224. See you there!

General Information

Book Discussion

First announced on 3/21/2018

HSE’s Students in Action and Equity Team are hosting a book discussion at their next meeting on April 17th. The book that was selected discusses gender inequality from an inclusive and global perspective. It’s short, thought provoking, and under 50 pages! This event is open to all students and staff. If you are interested in participating, please sign up in the Library Media Center by Monday, March 26th to reserve a copy of “We Should All Be Feminists” by author and speaker Chimamanda Engozee Ah-deechee.

Book Discussion

First announced on 3/22/2018

Do you believe that everyone should have equal rights and equal opportunities? Do you believe equality already exists for men and women, or do you think there is still a need for improvement? Do you wonder why there is a Women’s History Month, or do you find yourself defending it? However you answer these questions, if you are interested in a conversation regarding gender bias and inequities, join HSE’s Students in Action and staff Equity Committee on April 17th to discuss the book We Should All Be Feminists. To reserve a copy of this very short, interesting book, please sign up in the Library by the end of school on Monday.

Calling All Entrepreneurs

First announced on 3/19/2018

The Launch Fishers high school fellowship will be choosing students to participate in a week long Entrepreneurial Bootcamp hosted by Launch Fishers members and staff. At the conclusion of the bootcamp, selected students will interview to be placed with host companies for a paid summer fellowship that will run from June 12 – August 3. Apply by May 4th at: launchfishers.com/hsfellowship Want more information? Sign up in the CCA office for a meeting during SMaRT period on April 9th Questions? Contact Marisa Pennington at projects@launchfishers.com

City of Fisher Volunteers Wanted

First announced on 3/21/2018

Once upon a time, in a place called Saxony Hall, a fairy tale princess needed help! Additional volunteers are needed for our very popular Fairy Tale Tea Party on March 24. Kids love this special event – refreshments, story, songs, a photo with a special princess, and more - but we need you to make this magical experience come together. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and are needed for set up (10:30am-12pm), as assistants to the princess and event lead (12pm-2pm) and for clean-up (2pm-3pm). Don’t be a “wicked witch” and help us rescue the princess! If you’d like to volunteer, please email Dan Domsic at domsicd@fishers.in.us or call us at (317) 595-3151. …and they all lived happily, ever after! But not every volunteer that wants to help make that event a storybook finish can help there, as volunteer roles are limited. Perhaps you’d consider helping us cook up some fun for our Little Chefs program on April 3 and 4. The parks team is looking for “sous chefs” to help each day from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 1:15 to 4 p.m. Our “sous chefs” will help lead games, make food, and make sure the chefs are safe and organized! Having said that, it’s not all tiaras and tablespoons. Keep Fishers Beautiful returns on April 14 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you or your group would like to preregister to lend a hand at one of the gorgeous parks in Fishers, please reach out to Dan Domsic by the end of March! If not, Fishers Parks & Recreation welcomes day of registration at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve for its annual Spring Service Day, also on April 14 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Whether you’re looking to help a fairy tale come to life, hoping to inspire a young chef or two, or looking to do a good turn for the environment, Fishers Parks & Recreation hopes you consider being part of our volunteer storybook!

International Night

First announced on 3/22/2018

International Night is tomorrow night! Friday, March 23rd at 7:00 in the Leonard Auditorium. Amazing entertainment, great food, and more! Get your tickets for only $5 during all lunches!! International Night is a fun and exciting evening! Don't miss it!

Poetry Slam

First announced on 3/22/2018

The annual Mudsock Poetry Slam is just around the corner, Royals. If you would like to participate, prepare a 2-3 minute original piece to rap, rhyme, or recite. Solo and partner pieces can be performed--just remember--there are no costumes, music, or props. It's just you and your spoken word art. Sign up at the website below or look for the signs posted around the building. The slam will be April 19th at 7:00 pm in the Little Theater. (goo.gl/nFS8W8)

Purdue Think Summer

First announced on 1/30/2018

Sophomores and juniors who are at least 16 years old are eligible to earn credits at Purdue during the 2018 summer. For 2018, students may commute to campus or complete online coursework. Courses from Purdue can be transferred to other institutions. There is a $60 application fee and selection is competitive. For more information or to register, go to PURDUE.EDU/SUMMER-HIGH-SCHOOL.COM

Registration for Riley Dance Marathon

First announced on 3/20/2018

Don't forget to pick up your registration packet at the Riley tables at both cafe's during lunch hours! We need all Royals to help meet our goal this Saturday from 5-9 pm! Come prepared to have fun, hear Riley stories and eat free food--including Marco's Pizza, Greek's Pizza, Hot Box Bread Stix, CR Hero's Pretzels, Jimmy John's chips, MacCallisters cookies, tea and lemonade, Chuy's chips and Salsa, GiGi's cupcakes and mini pastry's from Perkins!! It's for the Kids!!

Summer Enrichment Classes

First announced on 1/23/2018

By going to Naviance and clicking onto the college tab, you will see Enrichment Courses. This list will show where, when, and how to participate in a college academic program.


Carrie Colglazier Memorial Scholarship

First announced on 1/19/2018

The $12,000, four-year scholarship is funded by an endowment through the HSE Schools Foundation and by the Carrie Colglazier Community Service Workday. Criteria for the scholarship are as follows: -Must participate in Girl’s Soccer, Girl’s Track, FFA, or National Honor Society -Must have worked the work day -School activities -Academic Achievement -Community Service -Leadership roles Eligible Students must submit a paper application to the Guidance Office.

Ceres Solutions Scholarship

First announced on 2/6/2018

Ceres Solutions is looking to offer ten one thousand dollar scholarships to high school seniors who have been involved in four years of 4-H or 2 years in your local FFA program. Application and eligibility requirements can be downloaded at www.ceres.coop. March 1, 2018 is the deadline.

Janice M. Scott Memorial Fund Scholarship

First announced on 3/6/2018

Janice M. Scott Memorial Fund Scholarship is awarded to graduating seniors planning to attend a 4 year accredited college or university as a full time student. Have demonstrated leadership abilities through participating in community services or other extra curricular activities. Combined adjusted income of the parent(s) cannot exceed $50,000. Each candidate must submit a complete and timely application. Applications are in the Guidance Office.

Joseph B. Williams Memorial Scholarship

First announced on 3/6/2018

The Society of Plastics Central Indiana is offering a $1000 scholarship to students pursuing a degree in plastics, chemical, packaging or mechanical engineering. Applications are available in Guidance.

University of Wisconsin Scholarship

First announced on 2/26/2018

For upcoming UW students, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Alumni chapter offers two scholarships: each scholarship has a base value of $5000, which is distributed over a two year period in the form of tuition credits. To apply go to chapters.uwalumni.com. The applications are due March 31, 2018.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Scholarship

First announced on 2/1/2018

If you are a Central Indiana High School Senior and have an interest in attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall of 2018, we encourage you to apply for our scholarship. The scholarship has a base value of $5000. Applications are available on-line at chapters.uwalumni.com. The deadline is March 31, 2018