About Our School...
Hewitt-Trussville High School is a four-year public high school serving more than 1,600 students in grades 9-12. Among its many honors, Hewitt-Trussville High School is a National Blue Ribbon School. The campus is beautifully situated on wooded acreage along the Cahaba River in northeast Jefferson County. The city of Trussville (population of approximately 27,000 and growing) forms part of the Birmingham Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) - a seven-county region with a population of more than 1.1 million residents.
205-228-4000 - main line
Principal: Aaron King
Academies Director: Joy Young
Administrative Assistant: Katelyn Windsor
Registrar: Lauren Cooley
CEEB/ACT Code: 012675
National Board-Certified Teachers (NBCTs): 5
AHSAA Classification: 7A
EXAMPLE CLASS PROFILE (2021):
- 369 Graduates
- $14,198,000.00: Scholarships offered
- 59 colleges/universities represented
- 7: Military-bound graduates
- 3: National Merit Finalists
- 1: National Merit Commended Scholar
- 21.91 Average ACT score
English 9; Pre-AP English 9
English 10; Pre-AP English 10
English 11; AP English 11 Language & Composition; English 12; AP English 12 Literature & Composition; Dual Enrollment English 101 & 102
Algebra I A; Algebra I B; Algebra I; Pre-AP Algebra I; Geometry; Pre-AP Geometry; Algebraic Connections; Algebra II w/Trig; Pre-AP Algebra II w/Trig; Pre-Calculus; Pre-AP Pre-Calculus; Discrete Mathematics; AP Statistics; AP Calculus AB; Math Investigations; AP Calculus BC; Computer Science Principles; AP Computer Science; AP Computer Science A, Dual Enrollment Precalculus
Math Electives: Math Team
Biology; Pre-AP Biology; Physical Science; Chemistry; Pre-AP Chemistry; Environmental Science; Earth & Space Science; Anatomy & Physiology; Physics; AP Biology; AP Chemistry; AP Environmental Science; AP Physics I; AP Physics II; AP Physics C
World History; Pre-AP World History; AP World History; US History I; Pre-AP US History I; US History II; AP US History; Government & Economics; AP Government; AP Economics;
Health; Career Preparedness
French I; French II; Pre-AP French III; Pre-AP French IV; Latin I; Latin II; Pre-AP Latin III; AP Latin IV; Spanish I; Pre-AP Spanish I; Spanish II; Pre-AP Spanish II; Pre-AP Spanish III; Pre-AP Spanish IV: AP Spanish V; American Sign Language II
Psychology; AP Psychology; Dual Enrollment Psychology 200 & 210; Speech; School Publications; Driver’s Ed
LIFE PE; Aerobics; Team Sports; Recreational Sports; Weight Training; Athletics; Cheerleading; Lacrosse; Cross Country Biking
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered predominantly to juniors and seniors. Almost 50% of that population enrolls in an AP course and takes the culminating AP test. Please see course descriptions on the College Board website.
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science Principles
AP English Literature and Composition
AP English Language and Composition
AP Environmental Science
AP Government and Politics
AP Physics I
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design
AP Studio Art: 3-D Design
AP Studio Art: Drawing
AP U.S. History
AP World History
Pre-AP coursework is offered to students in grades 9-12 in English, social studies, mathematics, science, art, and world languages.
HTHS partners with Jefferson State Community College (JSCC). JSCC instructors conduct classes on the HTMS campus.
Dual Enrollment English 101/102
Dual Enrollment Psychology 200/210
Dual Enrollment Principles of Accounting 241-242
Dual Enrollment Speech
We offer two programs which provide skilled-trades training for students. These programs culminate in a certification test in order to pursue a career immediately after high school or further their college education in these areas:
Emergency Medical Technician Training Program: JSCC – EMS 118 Emergency Medical Technician and JSCC-EMS 119 Emergency Medical Technician Clinical (Jeff State CC collaboration).
Fire Science Program: Fire Science/Fire Fighter I Training Course (Trussville Fire Dept collaboration)
GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA), RANKING, AND GRADING SCALE:
The official GPA is based on yearly averages in all classes, and an extra quality point is allotted to advanced coursework:
F (59 and below)
Athletic programs include basketball, baseball, cross country, golf, football, lacrosse, mountain biking, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling.
Visit the HT Huskies website for all program details, rosters, schedules, and more.
Band, Chorus, Drama, Yearbook, Student Council Association, Robotics, Photography, Debate, Scholars Bowl, Heritage Panel, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, etc.