Welcome to Hickory Ridge Student Services!
Follow us on Twitter! @HRHSStudentServThe Student Support Services department is focused on helping students by removing obstacles, providing support, and empowering student learning. Each of our team members has an impact on student success, and will work collaboratively with parents and students, and within our school and community, to ensure student success and assist all students in their development.Use the following links to navigate to the specific area you would like information about. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us at 704-454-7300, and we'll be happy to help you.Please see the HRHS School Profile 2017-2018 for important information regarding our school and our students!
Important News & Upcoming Events
- ATTENTION SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS: CCS Financial Aid Night will be held on January 25th at 6:30 PM at Jay M. Robinson High School. Join us to learn about different avenues and possibilites for paying for higher education.
- ATTENTION SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS: We are excited to have the opportunity to speak to senior parents on Wednesday, September 13th at 7:00 PM. Please look over our PowerPoint from the presentation to learn more about how you can help your senior reach their after high school goals!
- ATTENTION SENIORS: Senior Notes will be available again starting in September. Visit the "Senior Information" page on this website or stop by the guidance office for a hard copy. Please read ALL the information included as these notes will list important senior information, dates, scholarship information, etc
- ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Make sure you are checking the programs listed below regularly and pay attention to deadlines so you do not miss out on any exciting program opportunities!
- The SAT and ACT: Be sure to check www.collegeboard.org (SAT) and www.actstudent.org (ACT) for 2017-18 test dates
- The 2017 Cabarrus County Schools College Fair is on Wednesday, October 18th from 6:00-8:00 PM in the Cabarrus Arena and Event Center's Gold Hall. This is a free event for all high school students and parents to attend. Click here for the list of public and private colleges attending this fair.
In this spreadsheet, you will find all of the dates, times, locations, and details of upcoming programs, events, and opportunities for students. You can find additional information about these programs on the calendar that you see above on this webpage. Students will also hear about these opportunities on the morning announcements. Stay tuned for this year's program information!