Holdrege High School believes that student activities are vital to the educational development of the student. Holdrege High School Athletic/Activities Programs should provide a variety of experiences to enhance the development of positive student habits and attitudes. The opportunity for participation in a wide variety of student selected activities is a vital part of a student’s educational experiences. Participation in Athletic/Activities Programs should provide many students with a lifetime basis for personal values, work and leisure activities.
Together the administration of Holdrege High School is committed to working with students, their parents, and the community to promote and pursue excellence in education, sportsmanship, and citizenship through all levels of competition.
G/B Basketball games scheduled to be played in Holdrege on Jan. 18 have been POSTPONED until Thursday, Janurary 31. NO BASKETBALL GAMES in HOLDREGE TONIGHT.
On December 5, Holdrege High School held its annual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be awarded to a high school student. There are chapters in more …
Here are the forms dealing with concussions.
- Approved concussion training courses
- CDC fact sheet for parents
- CDC fact sheet for school professionals
- CDC fact sheet for middle school athletes
- CDC fact sheet for high school athletes
- CDC …
Here are the important forms that your student will need to participate in activities at Holdrege High and Middle Schools.
- Physical Form
- NSAA Consent Form
- Transportation Policy
- Alternate Transportation Form
- Activities Participation Consent Form
Thirty-three Holdrege FFA members represented the Chapter at the 90th Annual State FFA convention in Lincoln, NE April 4-6th. The theme for this year’s convention was “Make it Count.” Over 7,500 members and guests from 170 FFA Chapters attended State …
Holdrege HS Speech Team members Jarod Cernousek, Amanda Envick and Maddie Moore qualified for the State Meet in Kearney yesterday through their District B-5 performances a little more than a week ago. Senior Jarod qualified in the Serious Prose and …
Holdrege High School’s Cross Country Coach Stephanie Fuehrer has been chosen as the Nebraska 2017 Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year.
Coach Fuehrer will be recognized at the Holdrege Invite on April 27th.
Congratulations! Coach Fuehrer, Well done!!
At mid court is Mr. Randy Issler, who is being recognized for his outstanding service as a broadcaster for Holdrege High School Activities. Randy has been a broadcaster for Holdrege Football and Basketball games for the past 38 years!