July 28, 2020, 8:00am - 8:00pm - School Registration

On registration students and parents will visit Homestead with the required paperwork from online registration.  On this day students will accomplish tasks such as taking school pictures, pick up parking permits and gym shirts, deliver medications to the nurse, and pay class fees (cash or check only, no credit cards).

March 12, 2020 at 7PM

The Homestead High School Parent Club invites all 8th grade students and their parents to join us for a special meeting on Thursday, March 12 at 7pm in the Community Room at Homestead. (enter door #1)

We will have a panel of students from all grade levels available to answer your questions regarding the high school experience:

  • How do you get involved in clubs?

  • How do you set yourself apart in a school of 2000+ kids?

  • What’s the best way to choose your classes?

  • What is the best way to ensure a strong start to high school?

  • Can I get good grades and still be in a club or sport?

This will be a casual, fun, question & answer session!

Parent Club Meetings 2019-2020 School Year

Posted July 20, 2018


The Parent Club Meetings are once a month, typically held on a Thursday at 11:00 am in the Homestead Community Room, with two evening meetings at 7 pm.  Join us as we receive updates from Principal Ginder as well as information from our guest speakers. Meeting dates are:

  • Thursday, September 12th at 11 am 

  • Thursday, October 10th at 7 pm 

  • Thursday, November 14th at 11 am 

  • Thursday, January 16th at 11 am 

  • Thursday, February 13th at 11 am 

  • Thursday, March 12th at 7 pm 

  • Thursday, April 16th at 11 am  

Stay up to date on the HHS construction project here


A New Homestead High School = NO TAX INCREASE 

At a recent informational meeting at Homestead High School (HHS) Southwest Allen County Schools’ (SACS) district leaders spoke to the community about The Homestead High School Construction Project. 

If all goes as planned, beginning late 2020 or early 2021, Homestead will undergo a three-to four-year construction project that will result in an essentially new building for a maximum cost of about $168 million. District officials expect about 20 percent of the existing building will be repurposed. The new layout will be more student-friendly and that the project will address traffic flow on campus. It will also address the original mechanical systems and overall limitations of the school due to the district's growth since HHS originally opened in 1971.