Carrie Colglazier Scholarship Application

Hamilton Southeastern High School, in cooperation with the Colglazier family, has established a memorial scholarship in honor of Carrie Colglazier who was tragically killed by a drunk driver on June 6th, 2003. She was an HSEHS two sport, All State student- athlete in soccer and track. She was an active member of the FFA program […]

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2018 PastaBowl sets record

Friendly Mudsock Week competition between schools fuels the largest PastaBowl collection yet.  In total, the 21 HSE Schools collected and donated 20,152 lbs. of pasta to Hamilton County food banks and food service organizations.  This was a new PastaBowl record and an increase of over 6,000 lbs. from last year. On Thursday, September 27, students […]

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PastaBowl food drive starts this week

The annual Mudsock Football game on September 7th between Fishers High School and Hamilton Southeastern High School is one of the most anticipated events each year.  The Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation is selling a limited number of VIP tickets to the game. Another unique element of the Mudsock football game is fans get to see […]

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Mudsock 2018 VIP Tickets on sale now

VIP Tickets are on sale now – click here to order! Join the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation for the biggest gridiron rivalry in Fishers!  The annual Mudsock Game between Fishers High School and Hamilton Southeastern High School will take place on Friday, September 7th.  This year’s VIP event, hosted by Braden Business Systems, will be […]

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HSE Schools Foundation welcomes new Executive Director

The Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce that long-time Fishers community member and non-profit business professional Justin Hirnisey has joined the Foundation as its new Executive Director.  Justin brings with him a wealth of non-profit leadership experience in various industries, with expertise in the areas of strategic planning, community engagement, […]

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Cream of the Crop

The results are in!  Last week, the Hamilton Southeastern School Board joined with the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation to recognize some incredible teacher leaders.  Educators who went above and beyond to recognize an opportunity for enhanced student learning, propose a solution, and seek funding. We are proud to announce 2017/18 grant recipients.  Educators from around […]

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Executive Transition Announcement

EXECUTIVE TRANSITION ANNOUNCEMENT It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that the Board of Directors of Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation announces the resignation of our Executive Director, Freedom Kolb.  As many of you are already aware, the Foundation recently collaborated with Hamilton Southeastern Schools in securing a $2.1 Million Lilly Endowment award to […]

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A $2.1 Million Success Story

A $2.1 Million Investment benefiting all HSE Students By now you may have heard the wonderful news that the Lilly Endowment has awarded Hamilton Southeastern Schools a generous $2.1 million grant as part of the comprehensive counseling initiative for Indiana K-12 students.  This award is the largest competitive grant received in Hamilton Southeastern School’s history. […]

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PastaBowl 2017

On Thursday, September 28, local students, business partners and HSE School representatives convened at the 96th Street Meijer to celebrate the local tradition known as PastaBowl.  The annual collection generated 13,880 lbs of pasta for more than 46 local food banks and food service organizations. Students from Hoosier Road Elementary and Riverside Intermediate joined HSEHS […]

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Mindfulness in Schools

Mindfulness in the Classroom Mindfulness is defined as the quality or state of being conscious or aware. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Focusing your energy and thoughts on the present and pausing for a moment of calm is something we could all do better. With standardized testing on the rise and increased academic pressure, today’s student can […]

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