All posts by Hanover Indian Administrator

Instrumental Music Program Hits High Notes

Hanover High School's instrumental music program has shown its dedication and talent in several recent performances and competitions, according to band director Matt Harden.
The Jazz Ensemble had an extremely positive experience and an excellent performance at the MAJE Cape Cod/Coastal Jazz Festival on Feb. 28, Harden wrote in an email to the school community. Seniors Megan … Continue Reading ››

Drama Club Performs at Festival

Hanover High's drama club made its debut this year in the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Festival at Duxbury High School on Saturday, Feb. 27. Other schools competing included Hingham, Nauset, Rising Tide Charter, Xaverian Brothers, South Shore Charter, Scituate, and Duxbury. Under the guidance of drama teacher Jake Plummer, the cast performed Tracks by Peter Tarsi. The 40-minute, one-act play tells the story of … Continue Reading ››

Ten Students Earn Spots in Band Festivals

Ten Hanover High School students were selected by audition to participate in the 2016 South Eastern Association School Bandmasters Association Festivals. Over 1,300 students from across the region auditioned last Saturday for SEMSBA. The senior festival is held April 8-9 at Milton High School and the junior festival will be May 6-7 at Whitman-Hanson Regional High … Continue Reading ››

Josh Nichols’ Advice Column

In this new feature, staff member "Josh Nichols" will take questions from HHS students and try to provide helpful advice. If you have any questions you'd like the column to address, email them to hhsindian@hanoverschools.org or smchugh@hanoverschools.org. Questions can be published anonymously. Anonymous: Hey Josh, I'm a junior at Hanover High School and I'm taking SATs in … Continue Reading ››

Elementary School Switch-Up: Explained

By Kristen Plahn and Chris Acampora Fun Fact: Sylvester School opened as a high school in 1927. It next became a junior high school, then a middle school for grades 5 and 6. The building then housed fourth graders and half of the fifth grade, before finally becoming what we have now: a school for third and fourth graders. With Center School teaching k-2 … Continue Reading ››

Fall Sports: Success Measured Not Just in Trophies

HHS fall sports teams have shown grit and determination, overcoming injuries and tough opponents, to have memorable seasons. Below is a recap of each team:   Senior Flynn Posts Strong Finish at XC States Senior Steph Flynn finished 38th out of 178 runners in the All-State Championship held Nov. 21 at Franklin Park. She completed the 5K course in 19:34.07, … Continue Reading ››