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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.


Family Income Inquiry Form

The Family Income Inquiry Form, formerly known as the School Lunch Form, MUST be completed by all students at HPHS. It can be completed online by clicking this article. Paper copies are available for students in room 208.
Free Parent Technology Class

FREE Parent Technology Class : Part 1

HPHS has partnered with the New York public library to provide free parent technology class ! This is a first come first serve event, parents will have the choice to come on Tuesday September 26 or Tuesday October 3 from 5pm - 6pm. The maximum capacity for each class will be 34 seats. Intro classes will cover Gmail basics such as Account set-up, searching, docs etc. Also the NY public library will offer parents the opportunity to receive a library card, waved library fees, late returns will be waved as well ! We can't wait to see you there !

Senior College Night

Students and families are invited to learn about the college journey and plan for a successful transition after high school.
September PTA meeting


Good evening HPHS families!
We are excited for an amazing school year. Our school community is not complete without our parents. Join us on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 6 p.m. for our September PTA meeting.

First Day of Classes

The first day of academic classes is Thursday, September 7. All students should report to school during their first period class. For students who were not able to pick up their program prior, please arrive to school at 8:00 am to pick it up.  Alternatively, you may download or view your schedule in your NYCSA account.
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First Day of School

The first day of school for all students is Wednesday, September 6. All students must report to the Lower Auditorium during their appointed time to pick up vital documents.
The first day of academic classes is Thursday, September 7th.

Senior Electronic Devices

All seniors must return all DOE electronic devices prior to receiving their diplomas. Devices, including laptops, ipads, and chromebooks should be returned to room 208 by July 27.
2023 Summer Rising

Summer Rising 2023 and Summer Meals

Beginning Friday, June 16 An initial list of Summer Rising sites with available seats along with the corresponding Community Based Organization (CBO) contact information will be available at nyc.gov/SummerRising . Summer Rising is free and available to all NYC students in grades K-8, pending seat availability.

Saturday Regents Prep is ON!

Saturday Regents Prep will take place as scheduled on Saturday, June 10. MetroCards will be provided; however, grab and go meals will not be served.


Attention Students: on Friday, June 9, all instruction will occur remotely. The school building will be CLOSED.
Please log into your Google Classroom for virtual instruction.


DO NOT report to Health Professions on June 8.  The school will be CLOSED.   CLEP Exams will be re-scheduled

School Stats.

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

Upcoming Events


Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
Location: Coney Island Amphitheatre
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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.