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Harpeth High School has been named by the Tennessee Department of Education as a Reward School.
Reward school status is the top distinction a school can earn in Tennessee. Reward schools are those that are improving overall student academic achievement and student growth for all students and for certain groups of students. 
In cooperation with our community partners, we are providing a pathway to success for all of our students in the classroom and in everyday life. Our main objective is to train and educate our students to be successful in any post-secondary endeavors they choose.

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Advanced Theatre class performing "The Santa Claus Chronicles"

Performances are in the Jean Downey Theatre on Saturday, December 3rd at 7:00 pm and twice on Sunday, December 4th at 2:00 & 7:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased on GoFan starting Thursday, December 1st. Come to the theatre and enjoy the show…..Santa would love to see you there!


Calli Copeland, a senior at Harpeth High School, received the Tennessee School Boards Association’s Student Recognition Award for the Mid-Cumberland region. Copeland was presented with the award on Sept. 29 at the TSBA Fall District meeting for the Mid-Cumberland region at Centennial High School. The Student Recognition Award recognizes students from across the state who have distinguished themselves in academics, community leadership and engagement. One student is selected from each region in the state. Copeland has served as the HHS class president for three years and is the president of the school’s Unified Club. She’s also a member of the HHS volleyball team.

That's the Harpeth Way!

Carleigh Minnis was presented with the annual Harpeth Way Award during the 2022 graduationceremony.
The mission of Harpeth High School is to provide a culture in which students are prepared for their future endeavors and learn to be responsible citizens.

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