Rebel Success Academy News

FFA Day at the Capitol

Mr. Jenkins and his students, Kennedy Broome, Jessup Gaskins, Kaitlin Woods, Amber Godbee, and Stephen Thurmond represented HHS well at the Georgia Capitol.


Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

Of the approximately sixty HHS students tested for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification in either the 2010 version of Word or PowerPoint, we would like to congratulate the nine students who earned the certification.  This is a professional certification issued through Microsoft and can be used to enhance job placement within any curriculum level.


Charnai Brown

Destiny Davis

Diamond Jordan

Javen Carswell

Jordon Johnson

Joshua Grant

Natalie Scott

Shotovia Woody

Emani Mayo


Morris Communications is proud to introduce a new civics initiative called ROAR: Renaissance of American Responsibility, and we are currently holding a written and video essay contest called “The Great American Essay Contest.”

It’s open to all area middle and high school students, and there is no entry fee.

In an essay of fewer than 500 words (written) or less than 3 minutes (video), students should tell us “What You Can Do For Your Country.”

Contest deadline is Friday March 20 at 5 p.m.  Four winners – a high schooler and middle schooler in each of the two divisions, written and video – will win an iPad Air2!

All entries must be electronic.  Rules and entry information are at

Skills USA Day at the Capitol

Click picture to view slideshow.


JV Basketball Champs!   

Congratulations to our JV Lady Rebel Basketball Team for their 1st place victory.  Coaches Anderson and Bethel-Cogle are beaming, as are we all.  WAY TO GO, ladies.

Faculty/Staff Infinite Campus Link 

Georgia School Personnel Survey:


2015 Honor Graduates

Valedictorian   Rebecca Lynn Williams

Salutatorian   Daeundra Shynece Jordan

Shanterri Verneatrice-Jeanise Banks

Jayme Michelle Bloodsworth

Matthew James Enfinger

Amber Cheyenne Godbee

Lexis Marie Hernandez

Ahyanne Quiara Howard

Katelyn Ranee’ Moore

Nicole Lee Renshaw

Wayne Douglas Shull

Calling Current Sophomores and Juniors

GRU is hosting summer academies in Cyber Sciences and Health Sciences.  There will be two sessions for each program.  The deadline to apply is February 22, 2015.


School Climate Survey Link

The School Climate Survey Link is below:

Parent Portal -- Infinite Campus

Parents, using Google Chrome as your browser, click on the link below to enter the Parent Portal to view your student's grades.

If you are visiting for the first time, choose Help and enter the Activation Code to create a username and password.


Open attachment to view 2014 Varsity Football Schedule.
2014 Football Schedule.pdf
Click on the link above to find your school zone and bus number.

Watson-Brown Scholarship

Watson-Brown Foundation, a Georgia nonprofit corporation, operates one of the largest college scholarship programs in the state.

2015-2016 Watson-Brown Foundation Scholarship Application is available online at :

The deadline in February 15, 2015. For questions or special cases please contact Sarah Allgood at 706-595-8886 or

Chemistry Webquest

Open the file below to complete the webquest.  This counts as a lab and a test grade. 

Open attachment to view 2014 JV Varsity Football Schedule.
2014 JV SChedule.pdf
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The Owl at Purdue University Website:

Sample APA Paper:

Hephzibah High School

School Hours:  7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Student Hours: 7:25 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Faculty Hours:  7:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.


Vision, Mission, and Belief Statements

Vision Statement
~The Vision of Hephzibah High School is to create a world class
Rebel Success Academy that begins with the end in mind…

Mission Statement 
The Mission of Hephzibah High School is to educate
 to become lifelong learners and productive citizens.

Belief Statements
  • The primary purpose of the school is to foster learning which is a lifelong process.
  • Success in life and learning are bound together.
  • Each student's success is a collaboration between the student, the school, the parents, and the   community.
  • Learning for each student will result in attainable career opportunities.
  • The learning environment at school should be safe and have a positive atmosphere.


Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Richmond County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities for students.  The following persons have been designated to investigate any complaint communicated to the Board of Education alleging non-compliance of non-discrimination policies regarding student activities.

RCSS Connections

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance


Testing Tips - GaDOE

FreeOnline ExPreSS (Exam Preparation for Science and Social Studies) will be offered by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) online to all high school students  and certificate of attendance recipients who were unsuccessful on or who have not yet taken the Science and/or Social Studies Georgia High School Graduation Test. 
Sun, Mar 1 - Sat, Mar 7
National School Social Workers Week
Wednesday, March 4
HHS Soccer @ North Augusta
HHS Track 4:00
v/s ARC & TMC @ Westside
Thu, Mar 5 - Sat, Mar 7
State Finals
Friday, March 6
HHS @ Washington Co.
HHS Rebels @ Butler* 4:00
Monday, March 9
All County Orchestra (Middle and High Schools) @ ARC

Tuesday, March 10
HHS Rebels v/s Westside* 5:30
HHS Soccer v/s A R Johnson
Wednesday, March 11
End of Third Nine Weeks
HHS Soccer v/s Aquinas
HHS Track
v/s Cross Creek & Josey @ Cross Creek
Thursday, March 12
All County HS Chorus 9:00AM~8:45PM Rehearsal & Concert @ Paine College Chapel

LPGE High School Band @ Burke County High