• HHS 2019 - 2020 Yearbook

    Dear Parents: In just a couple of weeks, January 24, to be exact, we will tell our yearbook publisher exactly how many yearbooks we need. If you have not done so already, PLEASE order RIGHT NOW at www.yearbookordercenter.com. This is the ONLY way to guarantee a copy! WE WILL NOT ORDER EXTRA COPIES!! If you prefer you can send the money by your student to Mrs. Polston at the high school. The price is $85.00. If you have questions, please email trina.polston@knoxschools.org. Please don’t let your student be left out on yearbook day in May. Thank you for your immediate attention!

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  • Winter Formal

    The Winter Formal has been rescheduled for Friday, February 21st

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  • FAFSA

    The deadline for completing your FAFSA is February 1.

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  • Open House

    On February 13, we will open our doors for Parent Open House and College and Career Night. Please join us at 6 p.m. for conversations with your student's teachers, counselors, and administrators!

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  • 1,275 Students

    Our students excel inside and outside the classroom, and Halls High School is committed to providing them with the instruction, resources and support they need to achieve their goals. Investing in students not only helps them as individuals but also ensures a vibrant future for all of Knox County.

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  • 150 Staff

    Teachers, principals and support staff are the driving force behind our educational mission. Halls High School is committed to fostering a workplace culture that values employee contributions, equips employees to meet their professional goals and supports employees in the work of teaching and learning.

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  • 28 AP / CTE

    Halls High School offers 17 Advanced Placement courses and 11 CTE pathways.

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  • Our goal is to prepare each student to be thoughtful, confident, and self-reliant, equipped with the knowledge and integrity to face the challenges of his or her complex world.

  • Knox County Schools is committed to increasing academic achievement, eliminating disparities, and creating a positive culture.

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