With their senior year almost halfway completed, ten students from Harlingen High School South are looking back at their hard work with pride as they recently have earned one of the highest recognitions a student can receive.


These students were named official selections for the 2013 - 2014 National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) by College Board. Tristan Barrera, Eluid Cardenas, Efrain Garza, Francisco Gonzalez, Jeffery Guevara, Teodoro Mendez, Adelina Ramirez and Guillermo Tamez were named as National Hispanic Scholars, which is the highest honor of the program. Seniors Diego Andrade and Joshua Teruneh were named National Hispanic Honorable Mention.


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Teacher of the Week: Garcia brings her childhood experiences into the classroom


As a young girl growing up in Mexico, Noelia Garcia always knew she wanted to help people, but what she didn't know, is that she would have the opportunity to help students while paying tribute to her background.


Garcia is a second grade bilingual teacher at Crockett Elementary School, and sees students each day that remind her of childhood experiences, she said.


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High School marching bands stay on key at RGV music competition


This past weekend, the Harlingen High School and Harlingen High School South Marching Bands competed at the San Benito Tournament of Champions Regional Marching Contest.


HHS and HHSS both performed magnificently with first and second place awards to showcase, respectively. With their first place award, HHS also earned the title of Grand Champion.


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HHSS Tennis Team qualifies for 20th trip to regional tournament


The Harlingen High School South tennis team had an outstanding performance at the Area Playoff on Oct. 11 and Oct. 12.


In the first round, the HHSS earned victory over PSJA High School with an overall score of 10-1. For their final round, the team soared over  the Mustangs from McAllen Memorial with a score of 10-4.

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HCISD, Valley Baptist Health & Fitness partner to benefit school employees



Getting to the gym just got easier after Harlingen's two largest employers came together to provide $9.99 per month gym memberships to all Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District employees.

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High school engineers make a splash at NAVY Seaperch Competition


As participants of the NAVY Seaperch Competition at the University of Texas - Pan American, the Harlingen High School and Harlingen High School South engineering teams made quite a splash at the competition.

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Help HCISD Name the New School of Health Professions



The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District invites the community to submit nominations for the name of the district's new School of Health Professions opening Fall 2014.


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