Attention students: We will be doing summer network migrations that will affect student data files. Before you leave for summer vacation, make sure you backup any data files you will need for next year. This will impact both your network and google drive.
The Driver Education course at Hoosic Valley Central High school will be offered again this summer. The deadline to sign up is Thursday, June. 23rd. If interested in the program, click here to download the application or call at 753-4432 x 5053 for more details.
Class of 2016 Top Scholars Announced
March 18, 2016 - The Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2016 at the High School have been announced by Mr. Apostol.
The Valedictorian is Isaac Rezey, son of Sarah Rezey and Barrett Thibeau of Schaghticoke. Isaac has consistently challenged himself with academics and has won many awards, including the RPI Medal, AP Scholar, and Alfred University, RIT, and Clarkson University presidential scholarships.
Isaac is active in the National Honor Society, participates in Varsity Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor track, was a representative at American Legion Boys State, and enjoys snowboarding and game design. In addition he assists fellow students by tutoring them in math. Isaac plans to major in engineering.
The Salutatorian is Mackenzie L. Akin, daughter of Joyce and Todd Akin of Johnsonville.
Mackenzie is a member of the Varsity Soccer team, Treasurer for the National Honor Society as well as for the senior class, and is an editor for the Yearbook. She has been on the High Honor roll for her entire career at Hoosic Valley and has won academic awards for Spanish, English and mathematics; the Frederick Douglas and Susan B. Anthony Humanities and Social Sciences award, and scholar athlete awards.
Mackenzie plans to attend SUNY Cortland and major in English with a minor in Professional Writing. She would like to eventually work for a publishing company as an editor and write books of her own.
DID YOU KNOW HELP IS AVAILABLE?
If you share housing with relatives, friends or others because you lost your housing or have nowhere else to go, you may be covered under the McKinney-Vento Act. Students covered under the Act have the right to stay in the same school and get transportation to school, or immediately enroll in the local school.
High School Librarian, Mrs. Fillipone, is excited to report that Hoosic Valley Students in grades 7-12 now have access to the Questar Digital Library. Through their computer or electronic devices (Nook, Kindle, IPad, phone) students can “check-out” e-books. Students should use their student id as their user id (listed on either report cards or schedules) and remember to capitalize their last name. Please see Mrs. Fillipone with any questions.