“It’s That Time!”, the morning announcement team proudly boasts as they garner the attention of all present in Jaguar Nation. This cheerful sing song tone lets everyone within the sound of the dynamic trio’s voices know that the 7:50 academic day has begun. Immediately after the district wide mantra is voiced, the announcement team asks students to stand and repeat the Jaguar Creed. That creed in essence reminds students daily that each and every one of them can and WILL leave Holmes, prepared for the college or the career of their choosing. Holmes County Central High School is the newly consolidated Holmes County Consolidated School District’s sole High School with approximately 860 students ranging in grades nine through twelve, with a faculty and staff of over seventy dedicated individuals.
October 8, 2018 – October 12, 2018: HCCHS Homecoming
October 17, 2018: FAFSA Application Workshop from 9AM-3PM
November 14, 2018: ASVAAB Testing from 8AM
Our aim is for all students to make excellent academic progress, and to engage fully in school life through programs and extracurricular activities.
HCCHS offers a plethora of student organizations, including: Student Council; Freshmen-Senior Class Officers; Chess Club; The Book Talk Book Club; Drama and Debate and Dance; Beta Club; National Honor Society; Jobs for Mississippi Graduates; Teacher Academy; Junior ROTC; Pep Squad; and Choir
October 24, 2018: Cap and Gown Picture will be taken with Robinson-White Studios on beginning at 8:15 AM.
October 25, 2018: Herff- Jones Graduate Supply Senior Presentation at 9:00 AM in the HCCHS Cafeteria.
November 2, 2018: Cap and Gown Rental Fee and Graduate Supply orders will be placed on @ 8AM. $80 Deposit.
Holmes County Central High School requires seniors to participate in a multidisciplinary school calendar year long project in which students connect their study of college and career readiness with community service. This project asks students to think globally, while serving locally.
HCCHS offers a total of 9 athletic programs, including: Varsity Football; Varsity and Junior Varsity Girls’ Volley Ball; Slow Pitch Softball; Boys’ and Girl’s Powerlifting; Varsity and Junior Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball; Varsity Cheerleaders; Baseball; Track/Cross Country; and The Marching Jags Band.
“The Jaguar Creed in essence reminds students daily that each and every one of them can and WILL leave Holmes, prepared for the college or the career of their choosing. ”
HOLMES COUNTY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL