Haverhill High School is an American High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts. It enrolls about 2,200 students in grades 9 through 12. The school offers a variety of Advanced Placement classes, a wide range of clubs, a number of varsity and junior varsity sports, as well as a program entitled the "Classical Academy". The Classical Academy is a school-within-a-school program and has a prescribed curriculum. It offers a rigorous curriculum consisting of entirely honors and AP classes. The Classical Academy is currently underway in its fifth year, and will be offered to future students via a test. The school also offers other services. The campus includes the Charles C. White Swimming Pool, the Manuel Epstein Library Media Center HHS/LMC and the Veterans' Memorial Skating Rink. At the school's entrance is a replica of one of the famous statues by Michelangelo in Tomb of Leorenzo De' Medici, affectionately nicknamed "The Thinker".
Haverhill High Mission Statement "The Mission of Haverhill High School is to produce self-directed learners who read, write, and speak effectively in Standard English and who apply analytical and technological skills to interpret information and problem solve."
Bob Montana, the creator of Archie Comics, who attended Haverhill High, based the high school featured in his popular comics, Riverdale High School, on Haverhill High. Even the comic's school newspaper, The Blue and Gold, indirectly references Haverhill High's student paper, The Brown and Gold. The high school in the comics is based on Haverhill High's old building, which has since become Haverhill City Hall. Haverhill High School relocated to 137 Monument Street.
|Haverhill High School|
137 Monument Street
Haverhill, MA 01832
|Motto||Global, Responsible, Engaged, Accepting, and Tenacious|
|School district||Haverhill Public Schools|
|Color(s)||Brown & Gold|
|Athletics||Merrimack Valley Conference (MVC)|
|Mascot||none: The Thinker is de facto; nickname: 'Hillies'|
|Website||Haverhill High School Website|
The school's mascot is Michelangelo's "The Thinker"(Il Penseroso) but is commonly mistaken for Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker."
The athletic teams are called the "Hillies," which is short for "Hilltoppers" - the cannons on the top of hills to defend against infidels during war periods.
The school colors are brown and gold.
There are 19 varsity level sports at the school: field hockey, cross country (recently ranked one of the best teams in the state), golf, swimming, football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, football and basketball cheerleading, crew, indoor track, outdoor track, skiing, wrestling, ice hockey, baseball, softball, tennis, and lacrosse. Haverhill High School engages in a biannual dodgeball tournament. A previous year's autumn tournament victor was The Kings whose name had to be shortened due to obscenities. Haverhill High competes in the Merrimack Valley Conference and is a member of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA).
There are about 35 teams, clubs and activities in which students can participate. Of which is included, Haverhill Robotics, which in 2013, along with their alliance round partners, was awarded first place in simulation rounds in the USA for the Zero Robotics Competition run by NASA and MIT. The club features both middle and high school students.
Haverhill High School's Model UN team is run by Mr. Zachary Simmons who has received tremendous praise for his dedication to the students. Having earned the praise and respect of many after their victory in the first annual Boston College Model UN tournament, Haverhill's Model UN team now annually competes in the National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) held in New York City. Deemed by the students on the team as Haverhill High School's most successful athletic team, Haverhill's Model UN program has led to numerous students choosing to enter academic fields within the realm of International Relations and Global Studies.
Amesbury High School is a coeducational public high school in the city of Amesbury, Massachusetts, serving as the primary high school for students from Amesbury and, South Hampton, New Hampshire, along with also drawing some students from other parts of the lower Merrimack Valley region.
It is in the Amesbury Public Schools district, and serves grades 9 through 12. The school mascot is the Indian, the colors are red and white. The yearbook is called the Powwow. There are around 620 students, and almost 60 members of faculty and other staff.Bob Montana
Robert William Montana (October 23, 1920 – January 4, 1975) pen name as Bob Montana, was an American comic strip artist who created the original likenesses for characters published by Archie Comics and in the newspaper strip Archie.Bradford, Massachusetts
Bradford is a village and former town, in Essex County, Massachusetts, United StatesFrank Emilio (politician)
Frank A. Emilio (born August 31, 1935 in Haverhill, Massachusetts) is an American politician who represented the 3rd Essex district in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1981–1991. Prior to serving in the House, he spent six years as a Haverhill City Councilor.Emilio was defeated by Haverhill City Councilor Brian Dempsey in the 1990 Democratic primary.Garin Veris
Garin Lee Veris (born February 27, 1963 in Chillicothe, Ohio) is a former American football defensive end in the National Football League, mainly for the New England Patriots.
Veris graduated from Chillicothe High School, where he starred in football (playing offense and defense) and basketball in 1981. Veris also starred in track and field, winning the OHSAA Class AAA shot put and discus throw titles in 1980,then repeating in each event as champion in 1981. After high school, Veris went on to Stanford University where he had an outstanding performance which culminated in his induction into the Stanford University Athletics Hall of Fame. Veris was on the Stanford football team during the 1982 game against Cal where Cal won the game on a final play known as The Play. He was taken in the second round of the 1985 NFL draft by the New England Patriots. During his rookie season, he recorded 14 sacks—including four in the playoffs—and started in Super Bowl XX, where his team lost to the Chicago Bears. He finished his career in 1992 with the San Francisco 49ers and later was named to the Patriots' All-1980s team.
Since March 5, 2013, Veris has worked as the director of external business development & marketing for UMass Boston Athletics.
He was athletic director at Massachusetts Maritime Academy from November 2015 until March 2018.
Veris served as the athletic director and at-risk coordinator at his alma mater Chillicothe High School in Chillicothe, Ohio in 2011–2012. He previously served as the AD at Haverhill High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 2009–2010.Gene Goodreault
Eugene Joseph "Gene" Goodreault (July 31, 1918 – July 13, 2010), was an American football player. He played at the end position for Boston College from 1938 to 1940 and was selected as a consensus first-team All-American in 1940. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1982.George M. Harding
George Milford Harding (1827–1910) was an American architect who practiced in nineteenth-century Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.John C. O'Connor
John Christopher O'Connor (December 21, 1878 – January 5, 1922) was an American football player, coach, and physician. He served as the head football coach at Bowdoin College from 1902 to 1903, at Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute (VPI)—now known as Virginia Tech—in 1904, and at Dartmouth College from 1907 to 1908, compiling a career college football record of 26–14–2. O'Connor played football at Dartmouth from 1898 to 1901, and captained the team in 1901.O'Connor was born in Bradford, Massachusetts on December 21, 1878. He graduated from Haverhill High School in 1898, Dartmouth College in 1902, and the Bowdoin Medical School in 1905. O'Connor served on the staff of the Eliot and Balch hospitals in Manchester, New Hampshire. He died there on January 5, 1922.John H. Reed
John Hathaway Reed (January 5, 1921 – October 31, 2012) was the 67th Governor of Maine, holding office during the 1960s. He was once an Aroostook County potato farmer. Reed was a Republican who took office following the death of Governor Clinton Clauson.Johnny Gilroy
John Roland Gilroy (March 5, 1896 – July 20, 1952), also known as "The Great Gilroy", was an All-American football halfback for Georgetown University and a professional football player for the Canton Bulldogs (1920), Cleveland Tigers (1920), Washington Senators (1921), and Boston Bulldogs (1926).List of the oldest public high schools in the United States
The following are the oldest public high schools in the United States that are still in operation. While some of these schools have operated as private schools in the past, all are currently public schools. The list does not include schools that have closed or consolidated with another school to form a new institution. The list is ordered by date of creation, and currently includes schools formed before 1870.
Boston Latin School (1635), Boston, Massachusetts
Hartford Public High School (1638), Hartford, Connecticut
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (1648), Cambridge, Massachusetts
Hopkins Academy (1664), Hadley, Massachusetts
Academy of Richmond County (1783), Augusta, Georgia
Glynn Academy (1788), Brunswick, Georgia
Canandaigua Academy (1791), Canandaigua, New York
Westford Academy (1792), Westford, Massachusetts
Oxford Academy and Central Schools (1794), Oxford, New York
New London Academy (1795), Lynchburg, Virginia
Newburgh Free Academy (1796), Newburgh, New York
Woodstock Academy (1801), Woodstock, Connecticut ("a quasi-private, independent school")
Bacon Academy (1803), Colchester, Connecticut
Hampden Academy (1803), Hampden, Maine
Pinkerton Academy (1814), Derry, New Hampshire (not strictly public, yet not private)
Columbia High School (1814), Maplewood, New Jersey
Cony High School (1815), Augusta, Maine
Delaware Academy (1819), Delhi, New York
English High School of Boston (1821), Boston, Massachusetts
Portland High School (1821), Portland, Maine
Kentucky School for the Deaf (1823), Danville, Kentucky
Prattsburgh Central School (1823), Prattsburgh, New York
New Bedford High School (1827), New Bedford, Massachusetts
Norcross High School (1827), Norcross, Georgia
Keene High School (1828), Keene, New Hampshire
Elyria High School (1830), Elyria, Ohio
Lahainaluna High School (1831), Maui, Hawaii
Leon High School (1831), Tallahassee, Florida
Lowell High School (1831), Lowell, Massachusetts
Newburyport High School (1831), Newburyport, Massachusetts
Woodward High School (1831), Cincinnati, Ohio
Cambridge High School (1834), Cambridge, Illinois
Medford High School (1835), Medford, Massachusetts
Bellevue High School (1836), Bellevue, Michigan
Central High School (1836), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Auburn High School (1837), Auburn, Alabama
Windsor High School (1837), Windsor, New York
Barringer High School (1838), Newark, New Jersey
Cohasset High School (1838), Cohasset, Massachusetts
Nantucket High School (1838), Nantucket, Massachusetts
Taunton High School (1838), Taunton, Massachusetts
Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind (1838), Staunton, Virginia
Baltimore City College (1839), Baltimore, Maryland
Gloucester High School (1839), Gloucester, Massachusetts
Middletown High School (1840), Middletown, Connecticut
Brighton High School (1841), Boston, Massachusetts
Haverhill High School (1841), Haverhill, Massachusetts
Warren Easton Charter High School, formerly known as Boys High School (1843), New Orleans, Louisiana
Brookline High School (1843), Brookline, Massachusetts
Classical High School (1843), Providence, Rhode Island
Drury High School (1843), North Adams, Massachusetts
Tennessee School for the Deaf (1844), Knoxville, Tennessee
Western High School (1844), Baltimore, Maryland
Charlestown High School (1845), Boston, Massachusetts
Lyons High School (1845), Lyons, New York
Mary D. Bradford High School (1845), Kenosha, Wisconsin
New Braunfels High School (1845), New Braunfels, Texas
Windsor High School (1845), Windsor, Vermont
Chelsea High School (1846), Chelsea, Massachusetts
Concord High School (1846), Concord, New Hampshire
Georgia School for the Deaf (1846), Cave Spring, Georgia
Manchester Central High School (1846), Manchester, New Hampshire
Pine Tree High School (1847), Longview, Texas
Biddeford High School (1848), Biddeford, Maine
Lockport High School (1848), Lockport, New York
Philadelphia High School for Girls (1848), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
B.M.C. Durfee High School (1849), Fall River, Massachusetts
Charlotte High School (1849), Charlotte, Michigan
Fitchburg High School (1849), Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Lawrence High School (1849), Lawrence, Massachusetts
Rockport High School (1849), Rockport, Massachusetts
Waltham High School (1849), Waltham, Massachusetts
Ypsilanti High School (1849), Ypsilanti, Michigan
New Albany High School (1853), New Albany, Indiana
Arundel High School (1854), Gambrills, Maryland
Norwich Free Academy (1854), Norwich, Connecticut (a "quasi-private school," "privately governed, independent secondary school")
Andover High School (1856), Andover, Massachusetts
Louisville Male High School (1856), Louisville, Kentucky
Lowell High School (1856), San Francisco, California
Pioneer High School (1856), Ann Arbor, Michigan
Peoria High School (1856), Peoria, Illinois
Texas School for the Deaf (1856), Austin, Texas
University High School (1857), Normal, Illinois
Braintree High School (1858), Braintree, Massachusetts
Ravenna High School (1858), Ravenna, Ohio
Hillhouse High School (1859), New Haven, Connecticut
San Jose High School (1863), San Jose, California
Shortridge High School (1864), Indianapolis, Indiana
Saint Paul Central High School (1866), Saint Paul, Minnesota
Hastings Senior High School (1866), Hastings, Minnesota
Parkersburg High School (1867), Parkersburg, West Virginia
Round Rock High School (1867), Round Rock, Texas
Holly High School (1868), Holly, Michigan
Theodore Roosevelt High School (1868), Kent, Ohio
Morristown High School (1869), Morristown, New Jersey
Lincoln High School (1869), Portland, Oregon
Hunter College High School (1869), New York, New YorkNoah Vonleh
Noah Vonleh (born August 24, 1995) is an American professional basketball player for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Indiana Hoosiers.Nolan Godfrey
Nolan Patrick Godfrey (born March 31, 1981) is an American professional lacrosse player, most recently for the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse. A former All-American at Merrimack College, he has experience in Major League Lacrosse, the National Lacrosse League, Senior A level box lacrosse in the Western Lacrosse Association, and for USA Indoor. Godfrey began playing the sport one month short of his 21st birthday. Four years later he was an NCAA All-American and the year following was drafted to the MLL in the 1st Round. One of the greatest north shore lacrosse players in Massachusetts history (#2 is Bob Menery) .Godfrey is also the president of Elite Player Development, LLC. His company provides lacrosse development and college recruiting programs throughout the United States, and Europe.
Godfrey has a background in the entertainment industry with Hollywood film acting experience along with acting, stunt performing, and production work in television. He was recently involved with MTV's Teen Wolf series as a sports action coordinator and technical advisor, stunt double, actor, and camera operator for several episodes during the show's initial season that debuted in the summer of 2011.Northern Essex Community College
Northern Essex Community College (NECC) is a public community college in Essex County, Massachusetts. The college serves residents of the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire. It has campuses in Haverhill and Lawrence. The college is part of the Massachusetts Higher Education system. More than 6,600 students are enrolled in 70 credit associate degree and certificate programs and another 3,400 take noncredit workforce development and community education classes on campus, and at businesses and community sites across the Merrimack Valley.
Northern Essex was the first Massachusetts community college to offer Competency Based Education. It is also host to the Northern Essex Community College Police Academy, and the Essex County Sheriff's Academy.
Northern Essex offers an active athletic program. It offers men's basketball, baseball, track & field, and cross country. There is also women's volleyball, softball, track & field, and cross country.Red Howard
Albert Franklin "Red" Howard (November 23, 1900 – May 29, 1973) was an American football guard who played two seasons in the National Football League with the Brooklyn Lions and New York Giants. He first enrolled at the University of New Hampshire before transferring to Princeton University. He attended Haverhill High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Howard was also a member of the Brooklyn Horsemen of the American Football League.Robert Consoli
Robert Consoli (August 21, 1964 - March 5, 2005) was an American actor and musician.
Robert Consoli (sometimes credited as Rob Consoli) was born and raised in Bradford, Massachusetts, in a family of Italian heritage. After graduating from Haverhill High School, he moved to California in the late-80’s to pursue live stage acting. Consoli’s acting ability and charisma earned him roles in several plays.
Rob studied with Estelle Harman and Ari Barak and has appeared in movies such as God's Army (2000) directed by Richard Dutcher, Girl Crazy (1997) directed by Richard Dutcher, and Falling Words (1997) directed by Jason Phillips. He has also performed with Canadian singer Norman Iceberg both as an actor and musician, adding a very warm and theatrical touch to the shows.
After being diagnosed with leukemia in 2004, Robert died on March 5, 2005, at his house in Silver Lake, California.Stand Up and Cheer (song)
Stand Up and Cheer was written by Paul P. McNeely in 1909 for use at the University of Kansas, where it is still played today as a secondary fight song, and used as the primary fight song at Ohio University, Athens. It is also played as a secondary fight song at Columbia University.Another version was created by popular songwriters Lew Brown (lyrics) and Harry Akst (music) for the 1934 film Stand Up and Cheer! starring Shirley Temple.
It is the fight song of:
Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky,
Ohio University in Athens, Ohio,
Montana State University in Bozeman, MT,
Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota,
Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota
Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana
Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma
Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia,
Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania,
Haverhill High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts,
Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in South Paris, Maine
Walter L Sickles High School in Tampa, Florida,
Clarksville High School in Clarksville, Tennessee,
South St. Paul High School in So. St. Paul, MN
Martinsburg High School, in Martinsburg, West Virginia,
Westlake High School, in Westlake, Ohio,
South Charleston High School in South Charleston, West Virginia,
Lawrence High School, Lawrence, Kansas
Fenton High School in Fenton, Michigan,
Madisonville North Hopkins High School in Madisonville, Kentucky,
Bell County High School in Pineville, Kentucky .
Oakwood High School in Dayton, Ohio.
Midpark High School in Middleburg Hts., Ohio.
North Plainfield High School in North Plainfield, New Jersey
Quincy Senior High School in Quincy IL.
Ona Junior High School in Ona, WV.(formerly)
duPont Manual Magnet High School in Louisville, Kentucky.
Palo Verde High School, Tucson, AZ
Upper Arlington High School, Upper Arlington, Ohio,
William Mason High School, Mason, OH
Zeeland East High School, Zeeland, MI
Franklin Heights High School, Columbus, OH
Glenwood High School, Chatham, IL
Orchard Farm High School, St. Charles, MO
Thomas Worthington High School, Worthington, Ohio
Worthingway Middle School, Worthington, Ohio
Kilbourne Middle School, Worthington, Ohio
Canal Winchester High School, Canal Winchester, Ohio
Westerville South High School. Westerville, Ohio
Clinton High School in Clinton, Michigan
Wichita East High School in Wichita, Kansas
New Lexington High School, New Lexington Ohio
Marion-Franklin High School, Columbus, Ohio
Hiawatha High School in Hiawatha, KS
Madison Plains High School, London, Ohio
Ottawa Hills High School in Ottawa Hills Ohio
Wahama High School in Mason, West Virginia
Warren G. Harding High School in Warren, Ohio
Everett Jr. High/Middle School in Columbus, Ohio
Camp Hawthorne in Raymond, Maine
Galion High School in Galion, Ohio
Summit High School in Summit, New Jersey
Summit High School in Spring Hill, Tennessee
Benton High School, St. Joseph, MO
Fulton High School, Middleton, MI
Danbury High School in Marblehead, Ohio
Canandaigua Academy in Canandaigua, NY
Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Ohio
Union College in Barbourville, KY
Pulaski County High School in Somerset, KYTimberlane Regional High School
Timberlane Regional High School is located in Plaistow, New Hampshire, and serves as a regional high school for the towns of Atkinson, Danville, Plaistow, and Sandown, New Hampshire. The school was built in 1966 and is a part of the Timberlane Regional School District. Timberlane Regional High School is a co-educational school for grades 9-12. The school has won the 1996, 1997 and 2014 Excellence In Education Award. As of 2005, the school has approximately 1,400 students on roll. The school mascot is the owl. The school is regionally accredited for its award-winning wrestling team, which holds 23 NH State Wrestling Champions titles, as of 2015.
Massachusetts public high schools
Italics indicates closed schools