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  •  The staff and administration of Hibriten High School are following Governor Cooper’s “Stay at Home” order and we are working remotely as much as possible. We will be in the office on Mondays and Tuesdays.  

    We will be checking messages daily but if you need an administrator or teacher, email is the quickest way to reach us. Email addresses can be found on the school webpage.  

    https://www.caldwellschools.com/Domain/997 

    Thank you,

    David Colwell

    Principal Hibriten High School

     

    Administrator Contacts:

    David Colwell - dcolwell@caldwellschools.com

    Cathy Barlow - cabarlow@caldwellschools.com

    Randy Hart - rhart@caldwellschools.com for food delivery

    Denise Allen - deallen@caldwellschools.com for paper work packets

     

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  • Hibriten Message to Students 4/3/20

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  • Virtual Spirit Week 2

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  • Please click the link below to view the community organizations that are providing food and meals to those in need. Also see the flyer below for more information on free interent from Spectrum.

    Community Resources List

    Spectrum Free Internet Flyer

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  • Class of 2020 During this time of uncertainty and change, we at Hibriten just want the Class of 2020 to know that we love you and we are still here celebrating all of you and the great things you will do!

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  • This is David Colwell, Principal, Hibriten High School with an extremely important update concerning the Coronavirus outbreak and how it will affect us in the coming weeks.  It has been mandated by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper that all North Carolina Schools be closed for two weeks as a precautionary measure against the potential spread of the Coronavirus, effective Monday, March 16. 

    Please be assured that our district office and the administration of Hibriten High School, our teachers, and our support staff have worked together in preparation of a possible extended closure of our school to ensure that your child will continue to be connected with our teachers and our staff. A technology check with students was conducted this past Friday to ensure they would have the ability to communicate with their teachers online.  At this time, we are awaiting information regarding the end of the nine weeks grading period and how best to proceed. We hope to know more Sunday. Our administrative team and our media coordinator are identifying resources for our teachers as they continue to plan for the possible implementation of a distance learning scenario for our students, including those who are taking college classes on Hibriten’s campus. Students should communicate regularly with their teachers regarding academic assignments.

    Everyone, Focus on your health, safety, and well-being.  For now...stay safe, check on your loved ones, especially the elderly, and exercise maximum precautionary procedures. Thank you...all of you...for ALL you do. Be safe and we will see you soon.  Have a great evening.  We will get through this together; this too shall pass. 

     

    Best Wishes,David Colwell

    Principal

    Hibriten High School

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  • Hibriten's 2020 Of the Years

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  • Graduating Class of 2016 Located at the foot of Hibriten Mountain, the school’s namesake, Hibriten High School is Home of the Panthers for more than 850 students in grades 9-12 who proudly wear the red, black and white colors to show school spirit and pride. Students typically enroll in four 90-minute classes each semester and choose courses from a selection of more than 200 options ranging from Advanced Placement, Honors, College Credit – Career and College Promise, Core Courses, Occupational Course of Study, Virtual Courses to Career Technical Education (CTE). The Class of 2017 graduated 206 students, or 93%, touting a record breaking percentage of graduates who also acquired a record number of scholarships totaling more than $9 million for post-secondary education. Students from feeder schools at Davenport A+, Lower Creek Elementary, Happy Valley School, Kings Creek School, Oak Hill School, Valmead Elementary and William Lenoir Middle School proudly call Hibriten High their home school.

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