Hughes took a big step in technology today as students in Mr. Scott's journalism class got the first crack at a class-set of Chromebooks. Details coming soon!
Hughes Academy is excited to welcome our new teachers. New teachers are busy attending an orientation meeting today and getting their classrooms ready.
Now is your chance to help Hughes and leave a long-lasting legacy at the school. Purchase a Reflection Bench with a personalized plaque for $400. The bench will include a plaque engraved with the following options:
In Honor, In Memory, or As a Corporate Sponsor
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Hughes Academy Events
Scratch ClassIT-oLogy will be offering a free class this Saturday, August 29. It is an introduction to Scratch, a programming language designed to teach kids the elements of computer programming. Information is available here. The middle school session is 9-11.
Posted on 8/25/2015
2015 Car Line Auction Update
The PTSA regrets that we are canceling the carpool auction for this school year. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. If you have any questions, please contact Alison Pitts at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 8/25/2015
Dress Code 2015-2016Regardless of how long you've been attending Hughes Academy, it's always a good idea to review the dress code. It's available here if you don't happen to have a copy at hand.
Posted on 8/19/2015
Michelin Youth Empowerment through Service (YES!) Program
The Michelin Youth Empowerment through Service (YES!) Program exists "to provide middle school students with opportunities for leadership development, personal empowerment and community service initiatives. The program is free thanks to Michelin." Interested students can submit applications through Friday, September 4. More information is available here.
Posted on 8/13/2015
Hughes Student Dances in Greek Festival
Joe Zambrano, a 6th student in Mrs. Icenhour’s class, danced in the Greek Festival at Saint... Read More
Dedication of Giving Garden
Hughes Academy of Science and Technology PTSA proudly announces the dedication of our new, 100% c... Read More
Giving Garden Dedication Day
Dr. Andrew B.Hooker, principal of Hughes Academy of Science and Technology, recently posed the fo... Read More
Carowinds Strings Trip
On April 11, the strings, band, and chorus students attended Concert Festival at Carowinds. The s... Read More
Ms. Faulkner on Stage
Ms. Faulkner, one of the eighth-grade teachers, has acted in a new play! She has acted in many pl... Read More
Ms.Okonkwo’s and Ms.Perez’s Spanish classes did an international dance for all grades... Read More
Boys’ Soccer Update
Spring sports are here, and one of the sports is boys’ soccer and I talked to some of the p... Read More
Sixth Grade Kanuga Trip
Recently the sixth grade Voyagers, a science club, took a field trip to Kanunga. In science club ... Read More
Classroom Profile: Ms. Luchies
On Friday, March 20th, 2015, Ms. Luchies classes were having a discussion about the KKK and how h... Read More
STEAM Part 1: Gathering. Growing. Going.We are on the forefront of major educational change. I have been asked to share my thoughts on STEAM education several times over this year. It is hard to explain, and it is difficult to comprehend ho... Read More
A Day in the Life of a Hughes Custodian
Ms. Alice Green is a custodian here at Hughes Academy. She has been a custodian for 15 years. Although this is her first time working at a school, she left a supervisor job at Michelin and other jo... Read More
More Evidence of Spring
The dogwoods in front of the school are blooming, and when the sun hits them at just the right angle…... Read More
What’s It Like Being a New Student at Hughes?
For some students, it’s not easy moving in the middle of the school year to a new school. Especially in middle school. New people, teachers, not to mention that when you’re moving into your house a... Read More
A Sign of Spring
The Bradford Pear trees in the courtyard are in bloom. A horrible sign to your allergies, but a delightful sight to see. It’s an amazing sign of spring, which is officially tomorrow.
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