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Committed to providing the finest education possible for more than 9,900 students, HMS has transformed public education by raising academic standards, lowering drop-out rates and engaging students in hands-on learning.

  roller coaster
Freshmen Lance Martin, Adrian Serna and Stephanie Gallegos on Tuesday morning put the finishing touches on their Jurassic Park roller coaster - a science class project that is teaching students physics, including the laws of inertia and motion.
The HHS band was in Albuquerque at University Stadium on Saturday to compete in the Zia Marching Band Fiesta. One of the largest bands in the state did not advance to final competition, but put on a great performance nonetheless.

cross country
Cheered on by a home crowd at Harry McAdams State Park, HHS senior Carlos Oregon crosses the finish line well ahead of the pack at Thursday's Hobbs Invitational cross country meet. Oregon won an individual title while the boys team also collected a first-place trophy. The girls team finished sixth. Click on the photo for meet highlights.

  rachel's challenge
Chris Mowery, a spokesman for the Rachel's Challenge program, outlines tactics for Heizer students to thwart bullying on Monday morning. Named for Rachel Scott, the first student killed during the Columbine High School shooting, Rachel's Challenge is an anti-bullying program that will be presented to the community at  6 p.m. Tuesday at the HHS Commons. Grades six and above are the target audience.

Bullying is a serious matter. At least it is for Hobbs Eagles Stop Bullying Speak Up program coordinator Shelby Reeves and participants Breeana Ellison, Trey Nelson and Amber Huerta. The group is urging all Hobbs students, staff and businesses to observe the national Anti-Bullying Day next Wednesday, Oct. 22,  by wearing Orange.
  urenco Freshman Brenden Strickland helped host URENCO administrators who toured Hobbs Schools on Thursday morning. The group toured science and consumer trades classrooms at the Freshman High School and HHS.   fall festival
Will Rogers students and their families turned out by the hundreds on Thursday night for the school's Fall Festival. The event - which featured game booths, prizes and food - served as a fund-raiser for future activities.




An archive of sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

Tells story of Columbine High School shooting victim 
The 2014 Homecoming Queen will be crowned at halftime of Sept. 19 football game 
HMS has been filling principal vacancies over the summer 
Cliff Burch and Dixie Vejil among new promotions 
Five HMS teachers received $5,000 checks and crystal apples at the Veteto Foundation Excellence in Education Awards banquet. In addition, Principal Michael Hunt won a special director's award 
55 Students submit winning compositions 
Houston students benefit from volunteer instructor 
Trio writes their own songs - which are then arranged by professionals and performed by choirs 
HMS pair wins state championship 
HMS website adds bullying- violence reporting options 
Nineteen in running for the crown 
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