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Jun 13

Summer Work Next Year?

Hey Panthers! It’s time to relax! Take some time to enjoy your well-deserved summer break. Get outside! Soak up the sun! Splash around! Read a book or have some laughs with friends!


…don’t get TOO comfortable. It’s NEVER too early to start thinking about the 2018-2019 School year.  Are YOU (or your child) taking Honors English, AP Courses, or in the Center for Humanities next fall?

Be sure to click here for information about summer work to prepare for an excellent school year ahead and to get off to a great academic start!

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Jun 12

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 of Hermitage High School!

We are all so very proud of you and your accomplishments. Thank you for your hard work and dedication!


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May 23

Congratulations to Henrico Citizen’s “Top Teacher, Ms. Allison Boyd!

Congratulations to our own Allison Boyd for being recognized as one of Henrico County’s Top Teachers! Click HERE for the full story.

Mrs. Boyd teaches Art and Design at Hermitage High School



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Apr 20

VIDEO: Heart of Henrico

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See why the students and staff at Hermitage High School think Chip Dell is the Heart of Henrico.

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Nov 29

VIDEO: Today’s Classroom

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HCPS TV stopped Mr. Fritts’ Honors World History class as they began their lesson on the causes of the French Revolution.

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Nov 14

Truman Chancy Named to U.S. Army All-American Band

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Aug 24

Thank you Henrico Education Foundation!


We would like to thank the Henrico Education Foundation for their generous contributions to Hermitage this year totaling $20,602! The funds have helped Geometry teacher Harriet Gavin create a collaborative learning space that includes an ipad for every student, plus cases and a charging cart, and collaborative seating. Librarian Alison Timm was able to purchase 15 ipads, cases, and a charging cart to run the Sphero robots (purchased with funds from the Verizon MakerSpace grant) and use in other lessons including virtual reality and green screen video editing.


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