• Vision and Core Beliefs

    Hallsville Independent School District will pursue "Excellence in Education" in all endeavors

    • HISD will provide students an opportunity to obtain a world class education that prepares them for a globally competitive society;
    • HISD will strive to be a district of excellence that competes at the state and national levels in all academic and extracurricular activities;
    • HISD will instill a desire for ethical behavior, integrity and good citizenship in all students.

HHS Bobcat Bulletin

  • The HHS Bobcat Bulletin provides up-to-date information about important happenings at Hallsville High School. Students, staff and parents may access the latest Bobcat Bulletin at this link.

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Dual Credit Meetings

  • Hallsville High School will host an important Dual Credit Meeting for the 2024-2025 school year on April 4 in the HHS Performing Arts Center.

    There will be two meetings that evening to discuss and learn more about Dual Credit opportunities for all HHS students. The 5:30 p.m. meeting will be for students who will be in grades 11-12 next year, and students in grades 9-10 in 2024-2025 will meet at 6:45 p.m. Parents and students are asked to please attend your specific grade level meeting in 2024-2025.

    Information will be shared regarding the 2024-2025 Dual Credit policies and procedures. It is imperative that all parents and students attend due to the amount of information that will be given, even if you already had a Dual Credit student previously. This is a mandatory meeting.

    If you have any questions or concerns, pleae contact Crystal Walker, Dual Credit Coordinator, at cwalker@hisd.com.

Backpack Club Donations Needed

  • Funds are currently low, and we might have to discontinue this program for the remainder of the year without your help! The Backpack Club provides food over the weekend and holidays for students that are food insecure. It only takes about $200 per year for each child to receive the extra support.

    Donate by clicking here, or you can send donations to:

    P.O. Box 810
    c/o Special Programs Dept.
    Hallsville, TX 75650

    *HISD employees may choose to help with a payroll deduction. Email ddavidson@hisd.com to learn more.

Prom 2024

  • HHS Prom 2024 is coming up on Saturday, April 6! Juniors who have paid their dues by March 1 will be able to purchase a ticket for $25. Seniors who have paid dues by March 1 will be able to receive a free ticket. A senior who has not paid dues by March 1, their ticket will be $65. All guest tickets are $65. There will no late sales, for any reason, and all tickets must be purchased by April 3. Tickets will only be sold during all lunches beginning March 4, cash or check only. Please e-mail questions regarding dues to esullivan@hisd.com, or jallwhite@hisd.com. All tickets must be purchased by April 3. 

Bobcat Yearbooks

  • 2023 Graduates may now pick up their 2022-2023 yearbook at the front desk of the high school. Books can be collected during regular business hours Monday-Friday. All books must be signed for and only the graduate or a direct family member is allowed to sign for the book.

    2023-2024 Bobcat Yearbooks are now on sale! Go to www.yearbookforever.com to order yours today. All orders are online and only prepaid orders are placed. There will be no extra yearbooks ordered!

Bobcat Blessings: Thank You!

  • Hallsville ISD wishes to thank all who supported and participated in the 2023 Bobcat Blessings program! The impact of this program will be felt throughout the holiday season and beyond!

    • 192 Families Served (476 students)
    • Over 200 Sponsors and Donors
    • Over 40 Volunteers
    • At three locations: HISD, First United Methodist Church - Hallsville, First Baptist Church - Hallsville

    Thank you Bobcats!

Course Guides

  • Whether you are entering our school as a ninth grader or coming in as a transfer student, this course guide will assist you in mapping out your four year plan and creating a schedule for the upcoming school year. The classes you take at Hallsville High School are very important as they play a major role in preparing you for college, technical school, the military, or life beyond high school. HHS maintains a wide range of offerings that will help you not only strengthen your academics, but also discover your passion. We are proud of the courses described in this guide and feel confident that we represent the very best of what a high school can offer.

    It is our goal to help meet the needs of every student. You will be surrounded by caring professionals committed to helping you succeed in your academic endeavors. We expect all students to do their best and take advantage of available opportunities. In the coming weeks, we encourage you to review this document in detail in order to make decisions that help you to achieve your dreams and goals.

    To learn more about our Course Guides, click here.

Student Resources

  • Our highest priority at Hallsville ISD is to ensure that students are safe and secure at school. Our primary objective is to give students exceptional educational opportunities that prepare them for college entrance, 21st Century careers, and active participation as responsible citizens in our community.  Our Board, Superintendent, and academic leaders guide our schools to attain those goals for greater success.

    There are a multitude of successes that are going on at each campus every day in our school community.  Students are growing and excelling academically. Our teachers go above and beyond to create learning environments where students thrive.

    Check out our Student Resources page here.

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Parking Permits

  • Students who wish to drive to school must complete and receive a parking permit. Download relevant information and the application for a permit at this link.

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  • Hallsville High School
    has been rated an

    A

    campus by the
    Texas Education Agency
    for the 2021-2022 school year

    with Distinction Designations in:

    Academic Achievement - Social Studies
    Postsecondary Readiness
    Top 25%: Comparative Closing The Gaps

    Note: HHS received 90 out of a possible 100 points in the state's accountability rating system for the 2021-2022 school year. Districts and schools did not receive a grade following the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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