Assemblies at HHS

 2018-2019 School Year 

Christina Chambers of Fox 6 News speaks with the HHS students.
Fox 6 Sports reporter Christina Chambers spoke to the students about the importance of setting goals for yourself and pursuing those with passion. 

Journalist Blake Ells spoke to the HHS students during an assembly.
Journalist Blake Ells spoke to the HHS students about the challenges and rewards of his career.  He encouraged the students to work hard to see that their ambitions become reality. 

The 2018 Veterans' Day assembly speaker was MAJ Johnathan E. Poarch.Members of the JROTC presented the nation's colors at the 2018 Veterans' Day assembly.
During this year's Veterans' Day Assembly, MAJ Johnathan E. Poarch, Commander of the 175th Cyber Protection Team, spoke to the students about his service in the military and the role that service members' families play in the lives of our enlisted men and women.   

Judges Gregory Nicholas and Rusty Turner spoke with the Freshmen about making wise choices.
Judges Rusty Turner (Left) and Gregory Nicholas spoke to the Freshmen as part of the "Make Wise Choices" program.  The judges want students to understand how the decisions that they make today can have an impact on their future and how important it is to avoid life-changing mistakes. 

Think2Change founder Brian Earley spoke to the students at an assembly in January.
Think2Change founder Brian Earley spoke to the HHS students about how each person is more than than his or her story and that our future does not have to be determined by our past. 

Mr. Collins introduces Coach Marla Townsend as she prepares to address the HHS students.
Coach Marla Townsend, former UAB softball coach, spoke to the HHS students about being the best version of themselves that they can be.  She encouraged them to be passionate about academics, work, and life.  She spoke of how important it is for each person to have the work ethic to make him or her successful.  

Clay Tankersley recently spoke to the students of HHS.
Clay Tankersley spoke to the students of HHS about the importance of living selflessly and considering others before yourself.  He encouraged the students to be kind to each other and told them that one small act of kindness or friendship can have a tremendous impact on someone else's life. 

Students from Freeport High School entertain the HHS audience.
Students from Freeport High School entertain the HHS audience.
Students from Freeport High School entertain the HHS audience.
Students from Freeport High School in Freeport, Illinois, recently visited HHS as part of a performance tour of the South.  The students performed part of their live show, which combines music, drama, video, and crowd interactions.  

Lynn Jackson poses with Mr. Collins and Mr. Chandler.
Dr. Lynn Jackson, HHS alumnus, Army veteran, and orthopedic/spine specialist spoke to the students about 6 things he would tell the high school version of himself if he could.


 2017-2018 School Year 



Blake McMeans speaks at HHS
Blake McMeans spoke to the students about the dangers of drinking and driving.

Sean Fuller performs at the HHS assesmbly

Sean Fuller signs autographs after the HHS assembly
Sean Fuller, the drummer for the band Florida-Georgia Line, spoke to the HHS students about 13 ways they could improve their lives.

The JROTC present the flags at the Veterans' Day Assembly.

Veteran Will Harris spoke at the Veterans' Day Assembly.
Veteran Will Harris spoke at the Veterans' Day Assembly on November 8th, 2017.

HHS Graduate Ivan Fields speaks to the HHS students.
HHS graduate Ivan Fields spoke to the students about the importance of character and having a good support system.

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