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  Mission Statement  

East Hardy High School Mission Statement
Responsible, successful students will have quality facilities
and a safe learning environment with accountable instruction 
for outstanding academic, vocational, and extracurricular programs.

  About The School  

Advanced Placement Courses

East Hardy currently has 5 AP classes offered. It is our intent to add at least 2 more next year and possibly 3. AP offerings are very high level classes and require a lot of dedication by the teacher to prepare for. They are also very demanding on the student. They are not to be taken lightly and are offered to increase the rigor which is necessary in order to be successful in the academic part of the 21st century curriculum.



All clubs will meet during the RE/LINKS period.  Students are to report to their  RE/LINKS teacher;  Students will be dismissed for meetingss by announcement.  Lists of members of each organization are to be provided to the faculty by the sponsor of each group.


It is the club sponsor's responsibility to provide notice in advance if a meeting will be cancelled.


Spanish Club--1st Monday of each month during 6th period

FFA--1st and 3rd Tuesdays

Student Council--1st and 3rd Wednesdays

NHS--1st and 3rd Fridays

Christian Fellowship--2nd Monday

RAZE--2nd Wednesday

FCA--2nd Thursday

FCCLA--2nd period during the 1st Wednesday of each month with Mrs. Snyder

FBLA  will meet 7th period on the 1st Tuesday of each Monday


Class Meetings  will take place during RE time with class sponsors making those arrangements.


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