High School For Health Professions & Human Services

HPHS has been named one of the top NYC High Schools by the NY Daily News!

News & Announcements

Summer New Student Orientation
All new students to the High School for Health Professions & Human Services must purchase a Physical Education uniform ($25) and a school issued combination lock ($10). In addition, he / she must take their picture in order to be issued a school ID card.
Cap & Gown Distribution
Cap & Gown and Ticket distribution: Monday June 22nd

Graduation Tuesday, June 23rd United Palace Theater

Congratulations! Congratulations to our 5 for 5 winners! Each student won a brand new HP multifunction color printer. Also, a special thank you to Mr. Mattura for making it all happen. Once again, congratulations!
Interdisciplinary Professional Development

Interdisciplinary Professional Development On Thursday, June 4, 2015 members of the Social Studies, Special Education, ELA, and Foreign Language Departments enjoyed a day at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park.
The park is a four-acre memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt that celebrates the Four
Freedoms he articulated in his 1941 State of the Union address.
2014 – 2015 End-of-Year Schedule

2014 – 2015 End-of-Year Schedule See the attached article for a summary of some of our end of the year activities.
Department of English Language Learners and Student Support

Department of English Language Learners and Student Support 2015 ELL Parent Conferences

The Department of English Language Learners and Student Support (DELLSS) is excited to annouce the Spring 2015 ELL Borough Parent Conferences. The conferences will offer parents and guardians of English Language Learners (ELLs) and former ELLs valuable information about program options, how to support their children academically, and practical insights about exciting summer learning opportunities available to them in New York City.
Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries

Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries Congratulations HPHS on receiving a Library grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries!!
Advance Student Survey Pilot
The Department of Education believes that our schools become stronger when we listen to our students. We are excited to announce a new opportunity - the Advance Student Survey Pilot- that allows students to share their experiences in class by responding to a student perception survey. This information will help teachers create effective lessons aimed at helping every child to learn.
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