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School Events
Hanover High School
Watch Hanover High School on YouTube!

See what's happening at Hanover High School. View the Hanover High School YouTube Channel.
  • HHS Fever (2008)
    The HHS Promotional Video "HHS Fever" was created by the Music Technology II, Honors course taught by Alyson Greer. There are three exceptional students in this class: Erin Hall, Senior; Peter Fanning, Junior; and Chris Dolan, Sophomore.

    This video started from an assignment the class had to collaborate and create a jingle that promotes the High School. Once the students finished the jingle, they became excited and asked to take the project a step further and to actually create a promotional video. As a teacher I love when students want to take a project and expand it into something better than what I could have thought of.

    The students used Apple Garage Band and Apple's iMovie software to create this promotional video "HHS Fever". It was accomplished in 8 weeks.
  • HHS Orientation (2010)
    View the Class of 2014 HHS Orientation Presentation. This movie was created by HHS students.

Hanover Middle School
Cedar Elementary School
  • Hanover Rap (2010)
    The third grade students at Cedar Elementary School studied a unit dedicated to Hanover. Because of this study, projects were created to show what the students learned. "Hanover Rap" is one example of these student accomplishments.
Center/Sylvester Elementary School
Community Events
John Curtis Free Library
  • Governor Deval Patrick Talks About the "Gas Tax" (2009)
    Massachsuetts Governor Deval Patrick talks about the proposed "Gas Tax" and how it will affect residents in the Commonwealth in this video. The Governor spoke at the John Curtis Free Library in Hanover, Massachusetts on March 3, 2009.
Tag-A-Shelf: Benefit for the Food Pantry
  • Tag-A-Shelf (2011)
    On November 18, 2011, a group of young soccer players, coaches, parents, Hanover Food Pantry Co-Chair Barbara Itz & Shaw's assistant store manager Bob Curtis launched the six week, "Tag-A-Shelf" food drive to benefit the local pantry.