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.
Holdrege High School has two new cell phone charging stations in the commons. A “thank you” goes out to the Holdrege Booster Club. HHS appreciates all you do for our students and district.
Below is a picture of Alec Wiese signing to attend York College. Alec will be playing soccer for York College.
Pictured are: back row left to right: Tyler Kroll, HHS Head Soccer Coach, Tyler Wilt, Asst. York College Coach, Alex …
Libby Sadd has signed a letter of intent to attend Peru State College. Libby will be playing golf at Peru.
Back row: Mitch Sadd
Front row: Becky Sadd, Libby Sadd, Sally Melroy
Sydney Breinig and Grace Townsend have signed letters of intent to attend and play softball at Central Community College-Columbus.
The classic short story by Washington Irving will come to life on The Tassel stage during November as presented by the Holdrege High School one act play cast and crew. Playwright Clay Presley has adapted the story for the stage …
The Duster boys cross country team repeated as the Class C State Champions this afternoon. Gavin Klein and Tyler Peterson finished 3rd and 4th overall to lead the team at the meet held at the Kearney Country Club. Trevor Matousek …
The Holdrege girls cross country won the Class C State Championship title this afternoon at the Kearney Country Club. The Dusters defeated runnerup Fort Calhoun 48 to 61 in team points. Jirsie Klein led the team with a 13th overall …