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New Student Registration 2024-2025
Wendy Barhorst

New Student Registration for the 2024-2025 School Year is Now Open

 

Registration for the 2024-2025 school year for all students in grades K-12 is now open. Huber Heights City Schools registration is completed online by visiting HHCS Registration. Click on the Final Forms graphic, and once you log in as a parent, be sure to click on the BLUE button to access the 2024-2025 new student registration form. 

To be eligible to start kindergarten, students must be five (5) years old by August 1, 2024.

Families with students accepted to Studebaker will receive an email instructing them to register. Please do not begin the registration process in FinalForms until you have received the acceptance email.

If you have enrollment/registration questions, please email the HHCS Registrar at registrar@myhhcs.org.

  • Charles Huber Elementary
  • Huber Heights City Schools
  • Monticello Elementary
  • Rushmore Elementary
  • Studebaker Preschool
  • Valley Forge Elementary
  • Wayne High School
  • Weisenborn Junior High
  • Wright Brothers Elementary
State Testing
Desiree Bleh

 

We use multiple ways to gauge where students are academically. One of those methods is through standardized testing. Below are the state testing dates for each building.  The schedules, indicating subjects and dates, can be accessed using the provided links. Students will follow their normal school schedule through the testing period unless otherwise noted on their testing schedule.

Here are the testing dates for each school:

Charles Huber and Valley Forge  |  April 10-May 10th - Click here for schedule information 

Monticello, Rushmore, and Wright Brothers  |  April 9-May 10th - Click here for schedule information

Weisenborn  |  April 9-May 10th - Click here for schedule information

Wayne |  April 15-May 9 - Click here for schedule information

 

Testing can sometimes cause students anxiety. The best thing parents can do is encourage their students to do their best and believe in themselves.

Here are a few tips to ensure testing success:

  1. Ensure your child arrives at school on time.
  2. Eat a good breakfast. Proper nutrition is important for student success. Breakfast is available for FREE to all students in the cafeteria each morning.
  3. Ensure your student gets a good night’s sleep (8 hours 9, if possible) the nights before the tests, and try to cut back on activities the evenings before the tests.
  4. Encourage them to do their best. 

 

  • Charles Huber Elementary
  • Huber Heights City Schools
  • Monticello Elementary
  • Rushmore Elementary
  • Valley Forge Elementary
  • Wayne High School
  • Weisenborn Junior High
  • Wright Brothers Elementary