Advice for New Freshmen from Students Who’ve Been There

Oakland Mills High School student Joel Bernstein and Howard High School student Nina Bundy give excellent advice to incoming freshman on how to be successful in high school.

Congratulations Graduates!

The HCPSS Comprehensive Summer School Program proudly recognizes the students who have completed the high school graduation requirements.

African American Community Parent Academy – Parent Advocacy: Finding Solutions to School Concerns

Representatives from the HCPSS Office of School Administration will share rights parents have and supports to assist families with finding solutions in a timely and effective manner.

Save the Date: Back to School Night

On the HCPSS website families can find dates and times for each school’s Back to School Night. Please contact your child’s school for additional information.

Vision 2018

Fulfilling the Promise of Preparation


  • 76 schools
  • 52,511 students
  • 8,136 staff

93% of all HCPSS Students graduate.

85% of all HCPSS Students attend college after graduating.