"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn life around."

-Leo Buscagkua

Officer Chris Bumgarner

School Resource Officer - Hibriten High School



Student Vehicle Transportation Procedures for WLMS and HHS

No student, middle or high school, will be walking between campuses. Parents with students at both schools will need to drop off at each designated building.
Parents, guardians, and high school students of driving age must adhere to traffic patterns designated by arrows and signs.
WLMS Main Entrance - Wildcat Trail, off Hwy. 64/90 (Taylorsville Rd.)
WLMS Secondard Entrance - Panther Trail, off of Hwy. 18 (Wilkesboro Blvd.
School Start Times
WLMS - Start: 8:05 Dismiss: 3:05
HHS - Start: 7:55 Dismiss: 2:50

Students, welcome back!  I hope that each of you had a great summer and are ready for a successful 2015-2016 school year!  As always, please see me if I can be of any assistance to you.
With the construction of the new William Lenoir Middle School our traffic pattern at Hibriten has changed. To read about the changes, click here For a parking lot diagram and instructions, click here .
Securing Your Future (SYF)
Students are reminded that they are required to be buckled up at all times when driving or riding in a vehicle on campus.  Random compliance checks will be conducted throughout the school year.  Students who are found not wearing their seatbelt will be subject to a loss of driving privileges.  Please refer to the SYF brochure for a complete list of rules / consequences regarding this program.

9th Grade DARE

Lenoir Police Department is very proud of our DARE program, and we look forward to delivering it to all 9th grade students in their Communications Skills classes beginning Monday, September 14, 2015.