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  • Homestead High School's Radio and TV Programming Recognized at Indiana Association of School Broadcasters State Competition

    The Point named Radio School of the Year

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  • SUMMER PE Registration is NOW OPEN!

    Summer PE registration is now open. Please make sure to complete both sides of the registration form with signatures. Spots are limited and on a first come first serve basis. In order to secure your spot, you must submit completed application with signatures and $60.00 to Student Services. High school priority week: March 13-20 Incoming freshman able to register starting March 20 depending on availability.

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  • HHS's 2nd Semester Book Fees are Available

    Homestead High School's 2nd semester book fees have been posted. Click here for more information.

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  • Spring into summer - 2017 Activity/Athletic Guide

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  • SACS K-12 High Ability Program Evaluation

    The findings of the formal evaluation of the SACS K-12 High Ability Program...

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  • Homestead Students Must Make Plans to Attend Class at Alternate Times Due to ISTEP+ Testing (April 17th – May 2nd)

    Due to the state mandated ISTEP+ testing of all sophomores and Biology students, Homestead will often be on a modified bell schedule during the testing window. Students are required to attend all of their Homestead classes, no matter what time that class is meeting. Students participating in Co-Op, Work Study, Internship and Cadet Teaching programs must attend their Homestead classes at these alternate times. Please make arrangements with your employers and mentors if the modified schedule will alter the time that you can participate in those programs. Higher Ed students may leave only if their off-site college class meeting time is in direct conflict with their modified Homestead schedule. (Attendance has your college schedule. Please meet with them immediately if you have any questions.) Students who have after school jobs must remain in school and attend class based on these alternate times. Please make arrangements with your employer if the modified schedule will alter the time that you can arrive at work. Students in the Senior Experience must attend the full block at the posted times. Anthis students may leave Homestead at their usual time UNLESS they are testing. Anthis students who come to Homestead during the afternoon can also follow their usual schedule, if they are not taking an ISTEP+ exam. Any Anthis students who are testing must be here to take the ISTEP+ exams at the posted times. If you are taking an ISTEP+ exam and will need to miss Anthis classes, please see your counselor to make those arrangements.

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  • 2016-2017 PE Waiver Info

    Homestead News: PE II Waiver Application Deadline Info.

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  • 2017 Drivers Education Registration

    Winter/Summer Drivers Ed Program Information, Click Here...

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  • HOMESTEAD ANNOUNCES FIVE NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP COMMENDED STUDENTS

    Homestead is proud to announce that five Homestead students have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented to Grant Dodenhoff, Madeleine Glogas, Lauren Hedrick, Megan Johnson, and Gavin Rhinehart. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Commended Students place among the top five percent of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

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  • Five Spartan Seniors Named 2017 National Merit Scholarship Finalists

    Congratulations to Homestead's National Merit Scholars! These students now advance to compete for one of 7500 Merit Scholarships. See picture: Sam Dvorak, Ellis Yoder, Kolin Davis (back row, left-to-right), Jordan Bailey, and Shriya Jain (front row, left-to-right). Click here to view entire previous semi-finalist announcement...

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  • SPARTAN TIMES - 2016/2017 Issues

    Click here to see what's happening and coming up...

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  • Homestead High School Named Top School

    Newsweek names top 500 high schools in the country

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  • HHS Radio Station

    Access HHS "The Point" /Listen to the games on the radio, web stream or your mobile device!

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  • the Spartana

    Take a look at our Student Newspaper

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  • FAQ

    Solution for slow login on student computers/ Google Solution

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  • Navigating Our Website

    Tips for navigating our website....

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  • Spartan Alliance Band

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  • Our Mission

    Homestead High School will graduate students with marketable skills, character, and satisfaction.

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  • Homestead H.S. is a 5 A School

    Class 5A Homestead High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school with a growing enrollment of approximately 2251 students. It is accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and AdvancEd.

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  • Nostalgic Yearbook Retrospect Memories

    2005-2012 Alumni are you missing your yearbook?

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