Describe the type of student who should attend Hendersonville High School. Why?

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Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Hendersonville High School is a place of a wide variety of students. The ideal student who should attend Hendersonville High School would be one who is very intelligent and is interested in Advanced Placement courses (because HHS offers a large amount of this courses) in addition to being extremely school spirited.

Anonymous, Parent of student at Hendersonville High School

         Every high school has its own unique student body. And in each of these student bodies, there is a defining characteristic that sets the pupils of that high school apart from the rest. At Hendersonville High School, there is no specific type of student that can begin attendance, but in the end there is a specific type of student that ends attendance. Regardless of what gender, religion, or race one is a part of, upon exiting HHS one becomes a part of something greater. A part of a community that strives to be more than just a typical High School student body. A community that looks towards the future with optimism, while enjoying the present. Any student willing to work hard to be a part of this community and take on these characteristics should attend Hendersonville High School.
Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

There is a standard at Hendersonville High School; one where most students are the rule instead of the exception...unfortunately. Hendersonville boasts a bland group of students who excel in the art of conformity. It is truly the poster child for all things "clique" related. Values are ridiculed, morals are mocked, and priorities are made of labels and price tags. So, a student who aspires for mediocracy and pretentiousness or enjoys a bloodbath of competition in which every student participates in, so desperately vying for the title of "popular", should attend Hendersonville.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

The type of student who should attend Hendersonville High School has to be able to have school spirit. School spirit is a big deal to Hendersonville High School. Our stands are always full no matter what the sport is. Pep rally's are huge! Everyone gets loud and excited during pep rally's and it last until the night during the game. They also have to be willing to get involved. They need to try to join as many club and sports as they can. It makes going to school way more enjoyable and helps them find friends. They need to be willing to try. Going to school and just relaxing and doing whatever you want is pointless and a waste of their time. Hendersonville High School is known for their great teachers and high achievements, so they have to give wherever they do the best of their ability.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Anyone can attend Hendersonville High School, but with the excellent Music and Arts Program, AP Program, Sports Programs, Agricultural Programs and more there are opportunities for every individual to push themselves to greatness and to test their own boundaries in their areas of expertise. Our nationally ranked dance teams, state ranked Junior Classical League, FFA, Marching Orchestral and Jazz bands and Choir, and AP Scholars, highlight the underlying passion that our students have. Our students stretch themselves academically, physically, and mentally striving to make the greatest and best influence they can on each other and in the community. Students who want to contribute to a passionate learning community should attend HHS.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Hendersonville High School is a public school that teaches 1,600 suburban students. HHS students are split into two groups. The first group of students care about their performance and their future. This group takes advantage of the challenging honors and AP classes, as well as the large number of clubs and sports that are offered. The second group does not care about their performance and does not challenge themselves. HHS offers a club or sport for almost anyone and it is not hard to find a friend that likes the same things as you. The perfect student to attend HHS is the type that enjoys a challenge and cares to take part in group activities.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Our school is defined my student pride. There is immense support between students and faculty alike whether it be at a sporting event, inside the classroom, or a matter of personal nature. There is an air of comradeship that is felt at HHS, and it is apparent that every person in our school is proud of the title they share. To be a student, to be a Commando, you must be willing to participate and give your best effort at all times. We take pride in our academics. We take pride in our teams. We take pride in the people that we are both in and out of the school. The characteristics of a Commando are not that of common folk, and I believe that is obvious to anyone who has met us. This is what it takes. This is what it means to attend my school, and while anyone should be overjoyed to share our studentship, they must be willing to go that extra mile to properly achieve it.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

The type of student who should attend Hendersonville High School is a hard-working one. Plain and simple. Hendersonville High School has such an immense amount of opportunities that it is nearly impossible to not succeed. The one thing that each student should obtain is a hard-working stamina. Hendersonville High School offers Honors and Advance Placement courses that could be easily aced by a hard-working student. Today, at Hendersonville High, every student has an equal opportunity to achieve the success they want in life. All it would take is time and dedication.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

All types of students attend Hendersonville High School. There is a wide range of students. All students are excepted by teachers and administration.

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