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  • Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Registration Information

     
     
    It is time to register for AP Exams! All students currently enrolled in an AP course are encouraged to register for the corresponding AP exam.
     
    Registration begins on Friday, February 15, online through Total Registration. All registrations and payments must be completed through this registration site. No registration or payments will be processed at Hinsdale Central.
     
    This year the initial registration cost is $100.00 per exam and all students are encouraged to register by March 7. Additional important information about the exam, including a breakdown of deadlines and late registration fees, can be found at AP Testing Info . Additional information about exam policies can be found athttps://apstudent.collegeboard.org/takingtheexam/exam-policies/exam-day-policies.
     
    Please contact Karen Jackowiak at kjackowi@hinsdale86.org if you have questions about the registration process. 
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  • Activity/Athletic Night

     

    On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. we will host an Activity / Athletic Night in the cafeteria. This event provides all students including the Class of 2023 students with the opportunity to socialize as a group. They will be introduced to the clubs we offer and the fall sports that are open to their freshmen experience. When the 2019/20 school year starts, we will host a 2nd Activity / Athletic Fair to showcase our winter and spring sports. The February 20th Activity / Athletic Nigh is a way to plan for the 2019/20 school year and get an understanding of our available programs after the D86 Board of Education made program cuts to fund infrastructure repairs, improve security, improve accessibility and upgrade classroom environments.
     
    At the Activity / Athletic Fair, some may notice fewer offerings in both Activities and Athletics. This is a result of the failed November referendum. The Hinsdale Township High School District 86 Board of Education voted December 17 to make cuts to our budget to pay for infrastructure repairs, safety, and security upgrades and improvements to ADA accessibility. Among those cuts were seven athletic programs and a large number of activities. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, football, cheerleading, poms, marching band, wrestling, swimming & diving, bass fishing, water polo, and over 40 of our current clubs will no longer be available programs for student participation. The Board has made clear that these cuts will be in effect unless there is money from a referendum to pay for the repairs or until the repairs are all made, which we expect to take five years without money from a referendum. More information on these cuts can be found on the D86 web site under the 2019-20 Cuts and April 2019 Referendum tabs.
     
    We would like to invite parents and our future freshmen as well as our current parents and students to join us at the Athletic / Activity Night. This event is an opportunity to welcome our new students and also to join me and members of my leadership team on a building tour. You can click here for a list of activities and athletics that will be available to your child in the 2019-2020 school year. All families that attend on February 20th are encouraged to join us at 7:00 p.m. for a D86 Referendum Building Tour. Those attending the tour will receive a pass to our Spring Play Lovesick. The Spring Play pass can be used on one of the three nights that Lovesick is being performed in our auditorium: Thursday, February 21st, Friday the 22nd or Saturday the 23rd.
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  • The Hinsdale Central High School Foundation

     
     
    The HCHS Foundation Hall of Fame Committee is seeking applications for the Hinsdale Central Hall of Fame.
     
    The HCHS Foundation Hall of Fame was established to recognize and honor those individuals who have set themselves above the rest through their accomplishments or service in the arts, athletics, business, education, public service or other endeavors. These outstanding individuals bring much pride to Hinsdale Central and are wonderful role models for its student body and entire community.
     
    The HCHS Foundation Hall of Fame Committee encourages you to nominate any person, whether a Hinsdale Central graduate or not, who has distinguished him or herself and exemplifies the values and traditions of Hinsdale Central. Please be as specific as possible when submitting the application and include as much biographical information about the nominee as possible.
     
    Inductees are selected in June of each year, and the Induction Ceremony is held in conjunction with Homecoming festivities of the same year. Nomination forms for qualified individuals not selected in the current year will not be kept on file for consideration in subsequent years, but nominators are encouraged to resubmit applications.
     
    Applications are due to Hinsdale Central Foundation, P O Box 296, Clarrendon Hills, IL 60514 by MAY 1, 2019 in order to be considered for the Class of 2019 Hall of Fame.
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