Hot Springs High School
is a public secondary school
located in Hot Springs, Arkansas
Hot Springs High School is part of Hot Springs School District
(HSSD), and is located in central Hot Springs, Arkansas and enrolls approximately eight-hundred students in grades nine through twelve. The high school offers Advanced Placement
(AP) courses in English Language and Composition, Statistics, Physics and Psychology. Students are also able to earn concurrent college credit through National Park Community College, a local community college. Hot Springs High School has been an authorized International Baccalaureate
(IB) School since 2004; its students can participate in the Middle Years Program and the Diploma Program. Special courses offered include Spanish, French, Chinese, digital imagery, computer graphic design, fine arts, guitar, business, Theory of Knowledge for IB students, ROTC
, and family and consumer sciences.
The Hot Springs Trojans compete in several sports, including football, basketball, baseball, golf, band, volleyball, bowling, weightlifting, track, softball, soccer, dance, cheerleading, and tennis. The Trojans' school colors are black and gold.
The football team made the playoffs for the first time in five years, but has not won a playoff game in 24 years. Their record for the 2007 season was 7-4 overall, counting the one playoff game against the Monticello Billy Goats, and 7-3 in the regular season.
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