Highland Springs High School

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Highland Springs High School
Address
15 South Oak Avenue
Highland Springs, Virginia 23075
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1907
School district Henrico County Public Schools
Superintendent Patrick Kinlaw
Principal Pamela Bell
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,745[1] (2013–14)
Language English
Color(s)                black, gold, and white
Athletics conference Virginia High School League
AAA Central Region
AAA Capital District
Mascot Hugo the Highlander
Rival Varina High School
Henrico High School
Website

Highland Springs High School (HSHS) is located in the East End of Henrico County, Virginia. (HSHS) is one of the oldest schools in the Greater Richmond Region.

Renovations[edit]

The renovation process started in 2006 and was completed in August 2008. The renovation was stated to be mainly for the purpose of building modernization. Under the renovations, the windows, floors, walls, electrical system, and heating and air systems were replaced, and a new wing was for the English department. The main office was also renovated, and was moved to the front of the building. A new surveillance system was added to address safety concerns. The guidance department was renovated and relocated to the main hallway where the main office used to be.

Eric Martin incident[edit]

HSHS received national attention following a 2014 gay bashing incident in which a student was charged with two counts of assault after a beating which left him in the hospital for nine consecutive days.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Highland Springs High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 13 February 2016. 
  2. ^ Thomas, Chris (30 Sep 2014). "Henrico teen beaten at school, charged with assault". NBC12. 

Coordinates: 37°32′21.1″N 77°19′26.4″W / 37.539194°N 77.324000°W / 37.539194; -77.324000