Hurricane Walk-A-Thon 9/29/17

Here is the Hampshire Cares t-shirts, here is the link to purchase a shirt:

Also, the link to donate to the Walk-A-Thon Fundraiser is here:

Anything you can donate helps HHS toward reaching our goal.

Interested in helping out victims from the recent hurricanes but aren’t sure how?!  Well, we have two options available to the students of HHS!

Option 1: Purchase a t-shirt that represents how Hampshire High School students want to make a difference for the victims of the hurricanes! The shirts are a $15 each and can be purchased online. The online store closes September 22nd, at noon. Any questions, see Sydney James.


Option 2: Participate in a walk-a-thon!  All you need to do is register your email address as a fundraising teammate during your lunch period this Thursday or Friday.  You will then be required to provide 10 email addresses of friends and/or family members that may be willing to donate money to this important cause!  If you get registered and provide 10 valid email addresses you get...OUT OF CLASS for 8th and 9th hour the day of the walk!  The walk will happen next Friday, September 29.  See Mr. Whitehouse or Mrs. Wasilewski for any questions.

ALL money raised will be donated to the American Red Cross.  


9/29/2017 6:00 PM

Concession Stand Sign-Ups

The Booster Club is in need of volunteers for the home games for soccer, football and volleyball concession stands.  Please go to  to volunteer!!

10/21/2017 6:00 PM

Whip-Purs Update

Event Details

  • August 25th, 2017

  • 7:00 PM


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Game Summary






Varsity Football wins vs Dundee Crown

Friday night the Whips beat the Chargers from Dundee Crown in a D300 rivalry game, 28-14.  Top performers included, Drew Dalby who threw for 4 touchdowns and 271 yards passing. Nic Rummell with 128 yards receiving, 1 touchdown and 1 interception. Devin Baldridge and Erik Starrenburg also contributed a touchdown and Jake See led the rushing attack.  On defense, Ryan Phelps was everywhere leading the team in tackles and had an enormous interception deep in Whip territory in the first half, allowing the offense to get the ball back with 44 seconds left before half.  The offense then raced down the field and scored to go up 14-7 with only 10 seconds left on the clock. In the second half the Whips scored on their first 2 possessions and put the game out of reach 28-7 by the 4th quarter.  DC managed to score a late touchdown with only a few seconds before the final horn.  The football team wants to thank all the fans that came out and showed their support for the team, the stadium’s atmosphere was AWESOME on Friday.  Come support the Whips again this Friday at longtime rival Burlington Central’s Rocket Hill at 7:00 pm.