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Hillsborough High School Guard Enrollement
April 20th Hillsborough Guard Enrollment. Anyone interested in joining the Hillsborough Guard is invited to attend an information meeting at Hillsborough High School from 7pm to 9pm on April 20th. Enrollment is open to all students who will be in grades 8 through 12 during the 2012/2013 school year.
During the meeting parents and students will be provided with an information pack and will have the opportunity to chat with Guard Director Joe Dobis and his staff. There will also be an opportunity for students to try their hand at spinning flags.
The Hillsborough Guard also invites all attendees to watch them perform their award winning 2012 Winterguard shows:
“Statuesque” – Hillsborough High School Novice Guard
“The Breaking of Dawn” – Hillsborough High School SA Guard
There is no charge to attend and you are welcome to bring parents and friends.
2012 has been an exciting year for the Hillsborough Guard. It was the first time in the organizations history that it fielded two competing Winterguard’s, one guard competed at the local and national level in the Scholastic A class. The other guard competed at the local level in the Scholastic Novice class. This new format has allowed all interested students to participate in guard regardless of skill level. In addition for the first time ever the Scholastic A guard competed at the WGI World Championships in Dayton OH.
More About Hillsborough High School
Situated on the road bearing the name of school's mascot, the Raider, Hillsborough High School is led by Principal Karen Bingert. Students attend college preparatory, enriched or advanced placement courses in English, math, science, history, art, music, foreign languages and a variety of elective courses. Electives include psychology, sociology, genocide and holocaust studies, and technology and computer courses.
In addition to the academics, the school boasts several award-winning extracurricular programs including its marching band, debate team, robotics team, and others. The school has 29 athletic teams, and boasts two grads who are now professional football players — Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Ricky Proehl and New York Giants center Shaun O'Hara. The school's annual Spirit Night, Shelter from the Storm fundraiser, and school musical have become traditions for many students.