High School Programs & Activities

How do I refer my child for school counseling services?

To refer your child to counseling services, please contact the School Counselor working with your child’s grade level and discuss your concerns with them. Both yourself and your child’s teacher(s) will be asked to complete a counseling screening tool.   The Counselor will meet with your student to assess the need for both in school counseling services and outside mental health services. The counselor will then communicate back with the parent/guardian and the teacher. 

More information can be found on the student support page.

After School at the Library

The High School Library will have after school hours with tutors and staff to help students and those that have been on quarantine. It will be open Monday-Thursday from 3:15-5 p.m.

This is a great opportunity to catch up and get additional help when needed.

Any questions, please contact the HS main office at (607) 324- 1303 x 1502.

Extracurricular Activities

HHS offers  a variety of afterschool clubs and activities. Register for the Clubs & Activities using the online registration portal!

Academic All Stars 

Adirondack Club 

Art Club 

Business Club

Chess Club 

Color Guard

DECA Club 

Drama Club 


Dungeons & Dragons


Gender & Sexuality Alliance

History Club 

Interact Club 

Jazz Band 

Jazz Choir 

Kaleidoscope Magazine

Maple Leaf Yearbook 

Marching Red Raiders 

Musical Productions 

National Honor Society 

The National Honor Society promotes recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of academics, character, leadership and service. Membership is both an honor and responsibility. Students selected for membership are expected to continue to demonstrate the four qualities that won them selection through graduation. Membership is an honor bestowed upon the students selected by a faculty council. High School membership is open to qualified juniors and seniors who have a weighted grade point average of 90.0% or higher.

National Junior Honor Society 

The National Junior High Honor Society membership is open to qualified 8th and 9th grade students who have a cumulative grade point average of 89.5% or higher. If the scholarship requirement is met, students can then be considered for selection on the basis of leadership, service, and character. Students must complete the student information packet which is reviewed and evaluated by the faculty council. Candidates receiving a majority vote of the council are inducted into the Hornell chapter during an evening ceremony.

New York State Business & Marketing Honor Society

Pep Band 

Show Choir 

Ski Club 

Special Olympics 

Student Council

The Student Council serves the student body while allowing them to engage in the democratic process. Its mission is to serve the community, act as liaison to the student body and administration and serve as leaders within the school building. Student Council is advised by Mr. Kelleher.

World Cultures Club