Principal's Message

KHonaker.jpg Dear Holston High School Community,

I would like to welcome all of you to our Holston High School family.  I say family because most of the students that we teach have parents and grandparents who attended this very school. The Holston community is a proud, strong community full of history and tradition.  I am honored to be a part of that pride, strength and tradition serving as Principal of Holston High School.

With over 50 years of experience and tradition, our Vision—“enabling each student to achieve their highest academic, social, and physical potential in order to become responsible and productive citizens” guides and inspires our faculty and staff to achieve excellence in teaching and learning.  

We appreciate and embrace the opportunity to serve your students.  We encourage you to become an active participant in your student’s educational journey!  I thank all of you for your continued support and for your commitment to the students that we serve.

Respectfully,

Kendra D. Addison
Principal
Holston High School

Latest News

The following students were selected, via audition, to participate along side 75 other high school band students at the 2017 Washington County All-County Band. The event took place at Abingdon High School and culminated in a public concert Saturday afternoon.  HHS participants were:  Alysha H., Mary R., Emilee H., Diana S., Jordan P., Kenna T., Sean L., Morgan K., and Marissa S.
 
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Post Date: Jan 23, 2017

On Monday, January 16, 2017, the Holston High School FBLA sponsored a Blood Drive.  Student donors were treated to breakfast that morning and all donors also received a T-shirt.  The drive was open to anyone over the age of 15.  There were 40 units collected, which will go on to help save up to 120 lives in our region.  When asked for comments, Senior Class member Brianna V. and 11th grader Summer C. stated that, "Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something .. Donate Blood".  Sophomore Lizzie G. thought that, "Donating was really neat."  The FBLA would like to thank all students and faculty who participated in this event.

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Post Date: Jan 23, 2017

Mia A., who has been a fixture on the Holston High School varsity softball team since her freshman year, will wear the colors of the Emory and Henry Wasps next year.  She signed her intent to play in December with her coaches, family, and team mates joining her to celebrate.   Mia has been an offensive standout, leading her team with 3 home runs and a .413 batting average last year.  She also has the distinction of sharing the Virginia High School League’s record of 6 runs batted in for a single game.  She will be playing catcher and third base for the Wasps.  Mia has narrowed her choice of majors down to two and will pursue a degree in athletic training or biology.  Ultimately, she wants to become a physical therapist.  Even with the excitement of being signed, Mia will focus on her upcoming final season as a Cav and hopes to lead her team into a championship run.  HHS thanks Mia for representing them well and wishes her the best of luck as she begins her studies and joins her new team.

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Post Date: Jan 11, 2017

Mrs. Munsey’s 3rd period Economics and Personal Finance Class earned their W!SE Financial Literacy Certification this Fall.  Students took a timed 50-question test covering topics in credit, banking, money management, investing, and insurance.  This class is a graduation requirement but students also earn an industry credential and a verified credit by passing the W!SE test.  Congratulations to these students for a 100% pass rate!

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Post Date: Jan 5, 2017

The annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes football game held at Tennessee High School allowed four HHS cheerleaders to cheer for over 30 schools from Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee. The cheerleaders were assigned to the East team and were presented with the opportunity to cheer for schools they often call rivals during the regular season. The ladies were able to cheer on (sadly, for the last time) their very own Owen P., an HHS Senior, who was a member of the East team

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Post Date: Jan 5, 2017

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