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The COLORADO WILDERNESS TRIP is a reward to students who successfully complete their Passport to Lead activities toward leadership endorsement on their diplomas and a scholarship at graduation. These students have completed more than half of their 25 leadership activities in the five leadership dimensions: Spiritual, Personal, Interpersonal, Managerial, and Organizational.

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Spirit of Leadership Annual Fund

Grandparent Giving

2008-2009 Annual Report

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In-Kind Gifts The following donors chose to support HCHS by making a tangible gift or donating a service to HCHS. Estate of Jack and Virginia Calkins Valerie and Allen Cecil Gail and James Collins Dana Dawkins Ginger and Larry Driver John Frye Mary and John Hasenbank Susan Molzan Andrea and Hardie Morgan Dorothy Murphey Marlene and Kurt Nondorf Petrasystems, Inc.-Tericia and Wesley Geloneck Lisa and Wayne Prejean Cindy and Jeff Reeter Janet and Stacy Taylor The Texas Financial Group, L.P. Wynne and Brian Weeks

HCHS students (from l to r), Oliver Clawson, Skip Harpold, Ben Lynch, Kristi Handel, and Elizabeth Rosson, cut the ribbon of the new lacrosse-soccer stadium and Victory Tennis Center at the dedication on March 3, 2009.

Restricted Gifts Capital Gifts

Westleigh Cutts, Waverly Walla, and Aston Marsh enjoy “The Blob� at Forest Glen Christian Camp during Camp Mustang.

HCHS history teacher, Casey Bourland, is surrounded by Christopher Tutunjian, Conner Walker, John Joubert, Dale Wallace, Jason Brown, Andrew Torres, Sam Voncannon, and Henry Gebhardt as they take a break from working at Generation One during Spiritual Emphasis Week in February 2009.

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Pierre and Nancy Tutunjian, Celebration Chairperson.

HCHS parents Cindy and Jeff Reeter (HCHS Trustee) and Janene and Michael Humphey (HCHS Trustee).

HCHS parents James and Susan Garman and Doug Rommelmann.

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Honor Community Heritage Scholarship



HCHS Life Winter 2010 Newsletter