Sageser said the large “H” on the front of the building is the symbol of school pride.
“Each day when students enter our campus, they see that ‘H’ and know they are a part of a greater Wildcat community,” Sageser said.
As students enter the building, they see a school crest that reminds them of their responsibility in growing their own educational excellence, Sageser said. And in the cafeteria, students see that they are in their school home, the “Home of the Wildcats.”
New signage at the entrance of the Center for Educational Options lets students in that program know they are not only included, but an important part of the Wildcats.
“Our pride extends to every student that walks the halls of HCHS,” Sageser said. “Each addition shows our students, staff, and community that we simply can’t hide the pride in being a Henry County High School Wildcat.”