Renew/Join Hebron PTSA


​​​​Why Join PTSA?

​The number one reason to join the PTSA is to support HHS and your child!  The HHS PTSA is dedicated to supporting Hebron’s efforts to provide a quality educational environment for students.  By joining, you are supporting those efforts.  Studies show that kids perform better in school when parents are involved; grades are higher, test scores improve, attendance increases.  Involved parents are informed parents.

What Does the PTSA Do?

The Hebron High School PTSA provides programs and services to parents, students and teachers.  We publish an electronic newsletter with relevant school and community information.  We coordinate volunteers for needs throughout the school, organize Post Prom so that our students have a safe and fun option available after Prom, and host periodic luncheons to appreciate the efforts of the school’s staff.  We provide scholarships for graduating seniors and support teachers’ continuing education efforts by offering scholarship support to help defray educational costs.  Additionally, we coordinate the National PTA Reflections program to support the arts and will continue to work with Mr. Finch to grow and develop the emerging Dad’s Club.

Why Should Students Join the PTSA?

Students in grades 9-12 can join PTSA and participate in meetings!  Seniors must be a PTSA member at HHS to be eligible to apply for PTSA scholarships.

Did we say PTSA Scholarships?
HHS PTSA awards multiple college scholarships to Hebron seniors each year through LEF (Lewsiville ISD Education Foundation).  To be eligible for scholarship consideration, a student must be a current member of HHS PTSA (current list of Senior PTSA members), have a GPA of 2.75 or higher, and be active in school and/or community activities.  If all else is equal, preference is given to students who have been HHS PTSA members multiple years.


​Benefits for PTSA Members:

​In addition to supporting HHS and our students, you also have access to several exclusive discounts through Texas PTA.​​

Hebron High School PTSA