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- We value each individual. We believe one person can make a difference.
- We value the process of learning. We believe knowledge is power and the journey is the reward.
- We believe that each member of our learning community is vital to our success.
- We value the diverse contributions of each member of our learning community.
- We believe people learn best from each other in heterogeneous, collaborative groupings.
- We value the differences and similarities of the human spirit and the people of the world. We believe that we are all linked in some way.
- We value effective communication and creative problem solving skills. We believe in the importance of understanding each other and our world.
- We value challenges. We believe that anything worth doing requires passion, persistence, commitment, calculated risk-taking and creativity.
- We value respect, responsibility, reflective thinking, accountability, flexibility, kindness, resourcefulness, generosity and integrity. We believe in moral and ethical behavior.
- We value a supportive, caring and safe environment. We believe in multiple perspectives for all of our students.
- We value our local and global communities. We believe in embracing our responsibilities as contributing members to our communities through responsible and informed decision making and through community service.
- We value a community of practice.
- We believe collectively that every child will succeed.

Latest News.


Female Diversity Award for AP Computer Science Principles

HPHS is proud to be a recipient of @CollegeBoard's Female Diversity Award for AP Computer Science Principles. Research shows that female students who take #APCSP in high school are more than 5x as likely to major in computer science in college.
NYC Schools Account

Sign-up for your NYC Schools Account!

Why is the NYC Schools Account important? The NYC Schools Account allows you to view your child’s grades, report cards, attendance history, test scores, transportation information, IEP information, submit COVID consent forms, track your child’s progress to graduation, and more to come!
Senior Picture Day

Senior Pictures

Dear Parents of Seniors! If your child has not taken their Senior photo!!! There are only a few days left to schedule a time for your child’s Senior and Yearbook photos with Portraits USA.
Viper Times

The Viper Times

The Student Council has produced its first ever edition of The Viper Times.

Electronic Learning Devices

Students needing an electronic learning device should complete this form. By completing this form, students will receive a laptop or IPAD. After completing the form in its entirety, students will be contacted to pick up a device by appointment only.
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Do You Need IPAD Help?

Did you receive an IPAD from the DOE or from our school? If you are having trouble with this device, please click here for some trouble shooting solutions.

Technical Support for Families

Please fill out this form to let us know what issues you're having with NYCDOE iPads/devices, access to applications, or other technical problems. We will use the contact information you provide to get in touch with you and try to solve your problem. Please type all information correctly and answer all required fields (marked with an *).

School BUILDING Closed

The Mayor and the Chancellor have just informed us that all school buildings will be closed. All instruction will continue virtually. Please do not come to Health Professions & Human Services, as our school building will be closed until further notice.
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Report Cards - MP1

Report Cards for marking period 1 are now available on Pupil Path. For assistance logging into Pupil Path, please contact our Parent Coordinator, Betty Benitez BBenitez4@schools.nyc.gov.

November SLT Meeting

Our SLT Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 18 at 5:00 pm. If you would like to observe the meeting, please contact lkarais@schools.nyc.gov.

School Stats.

  • $2.8 Million In Grants and Scholarships
  • 95% Graduation Rate
  • 1,100 AP Exams Administered
  • 50+ Clubs and Teams Offered

Upcoming Events

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Mission & Vision.

We are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing learning environment at the high school for health professions and human services. We prepare our students to enter higher education and the world of health care by maintaining challenging academic standards and integrating education into professional settings so that they acquire scientific knowledge, ethics, integrity and compassion.