Mr. Hornbeck’s Op-Ed – Critical school poverty rate miscalculated in Md; here’s how to fix it

Local girls’ volleyball team comes off an undefeated season thanks to their coach

We are the champions!

Good Morning from Hampstead Hill Academy!

Maryland State Department of Education Report Card for Hampstead Hill Academy

MSDE Star Rating System featuring HHA

Sun Editorial that hits the right notes on equity

‘Like being in a family’: Hampstead Hill Academy earns 5 star rating

In Maryland, some schools overcome challenges to stand out in new rating system

Running a Baltimore school, Part I: Matt Hornbeck, Hampstead Hill Academy – Baltimore Sun

A chance to reshape Maryland’s schools – Baltimore Sun

Students in East Baltimore walk out of school – WYPR

Principal Hornbeck advocates for undocumented immigrants – Baltimore Sun

Do drink the water: Baltimore school system aims to make the fountains safe again – Baltimore Sun

Read about HHA’s Involvement in a Pilot Study to Compare a Mushroom-Soy-Beef Burger to an All-Beef Burger in School Meals – School Nutrition Association

Baltimore Schools Program has Provided 1,000 pairs of Free Glasses to Students  – Baltimore Sun

Unveiling of the Leaders Go Places Mural – Vimeo

Baltimore City Public School Implements Food Literacy for All Students – Center of Nutrition Studies

HHA Featured on WYPR

HHA Students are Part of a Pilot Program for Students to Get Free Glasses – Baltimore Sun

New Initiative Aims To Provide Struggling Students With Free Glasses, Screenings – CBS

HHA Awarded Distinguished EGATE Status by MSDE
City Schools’ Press Release

An Op-ed in the Sunpapers by Mr. Hornbeck Regarding Charter Funding

Principal Hornbeck discusses Charter funding with Marc Steiner

Mayor and Superintendent Visit HHA – WBAL TV

School boundary lines could change in the city – Baltimore Sun

In Baltimore riots’ wake, would-be homeowners still want to buy in city – Baltimore Sun

The “free-range kids” Debate in an Urban Environment – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore to Fine Parents $250 for Double-Parking at School Drop Offs – Baltimore Sun