Parents, please click HERE to read a letter which details important procedures and behavioral expectations for Prom. This letter is also being given to all Hillcrest juniors and seniors.
Only Senior parents are invited to see the Senior Walk; you may arrive between 8:15 and 8:45 PM in order to watch and take pictures. Please do not bring extended family or friends, as space is limited. Parents must wait outside until time for the Senior Walk to begin, and must leave IMMEDIATELY after it is over. Bruckner’s will also be at Prom taking professional pictures; if you would like to purchase these, have your child get an envelope from Mrs. Browning or Mrs. Bridges, and send it on Prom night with a check made out for the correct amount.
Finally, don’t forget to order your Prom t-shirts by Monday, April 8th! Click HERE for the order form; absolutely no late orders will be accepted.
Parents, remember that Hillcrest has “gone digital” with report cards and no longer mails paper copies to homes. In order to access your child’s report card, please follow these instructions:
Log in to MSP, and hover over “Modules” in the blue bar at the top of the page.
A light blue, larger bar should appear below. Under “Academics,” click on “Report Cards.”
A new screen appears, and on the right side of the box is this icon:
Click on that to download your child’s report card.
Once the file has downloaded completely, you may simply view it on your computer screen, or you may print it.
Sarah Grace Brownlee has been named Hillcrest’s STAR Student for the 2018-2019 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) M. B. Swayze Foundation, sponsor of the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program. Established in 1965, the purpose of the STAR program is to recognize outstanding students & teachers in Mississippi through its Education Celebration. Their theme this year is “Reach For The Stars,” and Sarah Grace will be honored during the annual Education Celebration on April 11 at the Jackson Convention Complex. This is a prestigious event co-sponsored by well-known corporations such as AT&T, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi, Nissan North America, Inc., Walmart, and many more, as well as by MEC members from local communities across the state.
Star Students are selected on the basis of academic excellence. Both ACT scores and scholastic averages are used to determine each school’s STAR Student. Each STAR Student is then asked to designate a STAR Teacher, the one who has made the greatest contribution to the student’s scholastic achievement. Sarah Grace chose Mrs. Lindsey Noble, her 11th-and-12th-grade English teacher, as her STAR Teacher.
Over 650 STAR Students and Teachers will be recognized at the Celebration. The top 20 students –The ALL-STAR Scholars – will receive scholarships, and their STAR Teachers will receive monetary awards provided by the Kelly Gene Cook, Sr. Charitable Foundation. The highlight of the Education Celebration will be the naming of the Mississippi ALL-STAR Scholar for 2018-2019 school year, winner of the coveted $24,000 Cook Foundation Scholarship.