Johnson High School



  •  Final Important Date for Seniors

    May 31 - graduation 6 PM at Strahan Auditorium and project graduation to follow at JHS

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    JHS Social Studies Summer 2022 Assignments

    Students, join the Schoology Course Code: RX6J-GN8P-2FBTW

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    2022 AP European History find assignment here.

    2022 AP World History Modern find assignment here.

    2022 AP Human Geopgraphy find assignment here.

    2022 Advanced World History and Geography find assignment here.

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    Dear JHS Students and Families,

    The Johnson High School English Department will not be requiring a summer reading assignment for 2022. We hope to be more equitable to all students, returning and newly enrolled, by beginning instruction on the first day of school.  We look forward to everyone returning rested and ready for the new school year.

    As always, English teachers encourage all students to continue reading over the summer.  For those students who want to build their reading repertoire to support the AP Literature and Composition exam, please select titles from this list.  Students taking AP Language and Composition should read non-fiction articles, journals, speeches, and essays.

    Enjoy your summer,

    JHS English Department


    Prismatic Literary Magazine

    or Click here to view magazine.


    JHS Choir

    To see the recordings of the spring Choir Pop Show, please click:

    Part One

    Part Two


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    Check out the Jag Journal created by the JHS Journalism students here. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


    Jag News

    For the most recent newsletter, click here.

    100 % Hays CISD

    See Dr. Wright's message.

    College and Career Center

    See the monthly events here.


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    Click here to view the JHS Federal Report Card.

    Click here to read JHS letter in English , hacer clic aqui para Espanol.

     Information for parents from our counselors
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    Please take note : we will no longer print progress reports (or report cards) at JHS.  

    • Parents can access Progress Report and Report Card grades via Parent Portal.  

    • If a student needs a printed copy to take home they can pick one up at the counseling center ~ they will need to present their ID at the time of the request.

     Parents can email with any questions regarding parent portal OR  click here: Parent Self-Service Portal for instructions.



  • 2022-2023 Online Student Registration!

    Student Registration 2022-2023: Online registration for the 2022-2023 school year is OPEN for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information and to register.

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  • Summer at Hays CISD

    Click headline to learn about the FREE Summer Feeding Program, Summer School 2022 and secondary Summer Reading assignments.

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  • Salazar Named Hays High School Principal

    Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Monday that Kristina Salazar will serve as the new principal for Hays High School. At a meeting on Monday, the Hays CISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring decision. Salazar is an accomplished educator with 30 years of experience in education. She has also been a Hays CISD community member, residing in Kyle for 14 years. Salazar replaces the long-time Hays High School principal, David Pierce, who was recently promoted in Hays CISD to a deputy academic officer position.

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  • Mentors Needed! Be a mentor..... change a life!

    Mentors support the emotional and social development of students through the power of relationships! Hays CISD is recruiting individuals in the community interested in changing the life of a child. Research shows that meaningful relationships are a powerful part of young people’s lives, given that mentoring encourages students to develop self-awareness and to foster their passions. Please click headline or "Read More" to learn how to become a Hays CISD mentor!

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  • Girl Talk / Boy Talk - for parents & students grades 6-8 on May 4, 2022 at the PAC

    WHO?: Parents & students grades 6 - 8 | WHEN?: May 4, 2022 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM | WHERE?: Hays CISD Performing Arts Center (PAC) Talking about puberty and sexual health with your child can be difficult. Want to start the conversation without having to say a word? Join us this Spring for our Girl Talk / Boy Talk Program. Our panel of experts will answer questions so you can get the conversation started. Events will be held at the PAC in separate rooms for boys and girls. Click headline or "Read More" for additional information.

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