Daily Announcements

Congratulations to the FFA.  They received great news over the break.  The Hephzibah High FFA chapter received a national gold ranking.  They will be judged this summer nationally as a one, two, or three star chapter.  Good job to the students and to Mr. Jenkins, FFA Advisor.


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Faculty/Staff Infinite Campus Link


Members of Skills USA from Mr. Holden's class represented Hephzibah High School quite well at this year's annual State Competition.

Allen Smoot and Cody Hammonds placed 2nd second in the Metalwork Display Contest and Preston Kitchings placed 1st in the Sheet Metal Contest. Preston will advance to the Skills USA Nationals in June.

2014 Honor Graduates

Valedictorian-Destinee Wesley

Salutatorian & STAR Student-Brett Sembach

Matthew Bishop

Jordan Cole

Jessica Felix

Bre’anna Hawkins

Emily Johnson

Lindsey Myers

Ivy Roberson

Rachel Wakefield

Ashleigh Wright

Click the link to view a brochure highlighting Hephzibah High School.

Congratulations to Allen Smoot and Cody Hammonds who placed 2nd Second in the Metalwork Display Contest and to Preston Kitchings who placed 1st in the Sheet Metal Contest at Skills USA State Competition.
Preston will advance to the Skills USA Nationals which will be in June. Please give these guys a huge congratulations when you see them. All three of them worked very hard and were up against some very tough competition this year.

Congratulations to our 2013-2014 Star Student, Brett Sembach. 

We're proud of you, Brett!!

Also, special recognition to Mr. Borders, who was chosen by Brett as Star Teacher. 

HHS Science Fair 2014 Winners


1st    Faith Wesbey

Adaptations in Beaks

2nd   Blake Bibbins & Zach Corley

Natural Insulin vs. Artificial Insulin

3rd   Chandler Shiflett

Modeling Selection

HM  Rachel Wakefield & Jenni Hendrix

What Affects Vocal Chords More:  Warm or Cold Water?


1st   Krisean Glover & Lariya Ross

Plop, plop, fizz fast: The Effect of Temperature on Reaction Time

2nd  Mariya Tereshchenko &   
Nicole Renshaw

Alka Seltzer

3rd   Shaun Pollard & Yeshe’Yah Taylor

Plop, Plop, Fizz Fast

HM   Preston Kitchings, Ora Oliver, Hunter Piper

Big Pieces, Small Pieces


1st   Juan Jordan & Tremmain Moore

Swing Time

2nd  Aaron Hudson, Danielle Gibbs,  Trey Whisnant

Alka Seltzer Bottle Rockets

3rd  Emmalee Walker & Victoria Ditty

Swinging A Pendulum

HM  Kailey Fulcher, Emily Ketchem, Brittany Washington


Parent Portal -- Infinite Campus

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Media Center Request Form

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Use the link below to order your 2014 Hephzibah High School Yearbook . . .


The Hephzibah High School Tennis Team would like to thank the Central Savannah River Area Tennis Association for donating a case of tennis balls to be used for high school matches.  We appreciate the support.  Go Rebels!

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Hephzibah High School is one of three schools in Richmond County that have been recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as a High Progress school for gains made during the past three years in student achievement. Congratulations HHS!

Welcome to Hephzibah High School



Student Hours:  7:25 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Faculty Hours:  7:15 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.

HHS Mission Statement

Hephzibah High School Mission Statement
The mission of Hephzibah High School is to graduate every student and create lifelong learners who will succeed in the workplace and become valued citizens in our world community.
Vision Statement
Richmond 2014:
Learning Today ... Leading Tomorrow
Hephzibah High 2014:
Teaching Today ... Leaders of Tomorrow!
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.

From the Principal

   Please be reminded of our school motto:  Rebels with a Cause - Excelling on the Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT); Excelling on the End of Course Tests (EOCT); and making Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).  Parents, take advantage of the teachers' class pages on the school website and I-Parent to keep abreast of your student's school work and attendance.  Please e-mail, call, or stop by the school if you have any questions.

Public Information

Community Survey
Superintendent Qualifications

Please participate in this brief survey to express your preferences for Richmond County School System Superintendent qualifications.

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. 
Wednesday, April 23
Progress Reports
Saturday, April 26
Thu, May 1 - Sat, May 3
Friday, May 2
School Lunch Hero Day

Mon, May 5 - Fri, May 9
End-of-Course Tests
School Nutrition Appreciation Week
Thu, May 8 - Sat, May 10
Memorial Stadium Jefferson, Ga
Thursday, May 8
AP Exam
AP Literature/Composition
Friday, May 9
AP Exam
AP Statistics
Tuesday, May 13
AP Exam
AP Government
Blood Drive
Wednesday, May 14
AP Exam
AP US History
Any girls wanting to tryout for the softball team for 2014-15 school year....there will be mandatory meeting in the gym from 2:45-3:30pm for summer information. Any questions contact Coach Anderson