Hollis/Brookline High School
is a public school located in Hollis
, New Hampshire
, serving the towns of Hollis and Brookline
. It is administered by New Hampshire
School Administration Unit (SAU) 41.
The current high school building on Cavalier Court opened in 1997. A multi-million dollar addition was opened in the fall of 2001. The former high school building on Main Street is now the Hollis/Brookline Cooperative Middle School
Hollis/Brookline High School offers accelerated courses in all departments, and has an advanced placement
(AP) program including English Literature and Composition, English Language and Composition, Calculus, US History, Statistics, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry, and Biology. HBHS was named a blue ribbon school in 2010 and has appeared on the Newsweek
list of top high schools in America for four consecutive years.
Hollis/Brookline High School has three computer labs, 3 traveling computer labs with thirty laptops each, and other computers in the library. In addition to an assigned netbook, traveling projector carts are available for teachers, as well as an ELMO projector or SMART board.
Some students attend vocational
courses held in neighboring towns. Hollis/Brookline High School, itself, offers Principles of Engineering, Robotics, Video Production and several computer programming classes.
Hollis/Brookline is a member of the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic......