Heidelberg High School
|Heidelberg High School (HHS)|
|Mark Twain Village
Heidelberg, Federal Republic of Germany
|School type||Department of Defense Dependents Schools|
|Established||20 October 1946|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold
Heidelberg High School is a school operated by the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) located on the premises of Mark Twain Village, a housing area for American military members and their families in Heidelberg, Germany. It is the only one of DoDDS's original six high schools opened in Germany in 1946 still open. Kubasaki High School at Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler (formerly Fort Buckner) Okinawa, Japan, is the only other DoDDS high school opened in 1946 still open.
It has grades 9-12 (originally 7-12 until 1976 when Heidelberg Middle School, built for grades 6-8, was built on Patrick Henry Village) and offers a variety of high school courses. Due to the Military Garrisons downsizing plan, Heidelberg High School & Middle School are expected to close on June 7, 2013.
Advanced courses offered 
Language Arts: Honors 9 Honors 10 AP Language and Composition AP Literature and Composition
Math: AP Statistics AP Calculus (AB, BC)
Social Studies: Honors 9 Honors 10 AP World History AP US History AP European History AP Government
Science: AP Physics (B,C) AP Chemistry AP Biology AP Environmental Science
Other: AP Art History AP Psychology AP Studio Art
Notable alumni 
- Marc S. Ellenbogen - diplomat, philanthropist, president, Prague Society for International Cooperation, graduated from Heidelberg High School in 1981.
- Ron George NFL Linebacker: graduated 1988.
- Tom Morstein-Marx - 1971 German Formula Vee National Champion, graduated from HHS in 1970.
- Elizabeth Vargas - ABC news anchor, graduated from Heidelberg High School in 1980.
- Eric Zeier - former American football quarterback in the NFL started his career as a freshman at Heidelberg High School, but did not graduate from HHS.
- Michael J. McManus-- international economist, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, graduated from HHS
- Ramez Khayat, World Traveler and Trailblazer, graduated from HHS in 2002.