HHES Mission Statement
About Our School
Hernando Hills Elementary is one of twenty-two elementary schools in the Desoto County School District. We are an "A" rated elementary school that services both second and third grade students. Our school is an extension of the diverse local community and HHES strives to create a learning environment that is welcoming for all, regardless of ethnic background or socioeconomic status.
Hernando Hills Elementary is located at 570 McIngvale Road, Hernando, Mississippi.
Traveling South on I-55 (Memphis / Southaven)
Take the Nesbit / North Hernando Exit 284
Exit right on Pleasant Hill. At the 4-way stop, turn left on Hwy. 51.
Continue straight for approximately 3.4 miles (you will pass underneath the I-69 overpass).
Take the next left at Green T Road. This will take you back over I-55.
Turn right on Mcingvale Rd. The school is a half mile down on the left.
Traveling North on I-55 (Senatobia)
Take the Hernando Exit 280.
At that light, turn right on Commerce.
The next light in front of Walgreens, turn left onto McIngvale.
Travel North approximately 2 miles. (You will pass Hernando Middle/High Schools on the left.)
Hernando Hills will be over the hill, on the right, after you pass through the light at Byhalia R
|Take In Time:|
2:30 PM (Fridays at 12:15 PM)
Doors open at 7:00 AM. Students MAY NOT be dropped off prior to this time. There are NO checkouts after 2:00pm.
DeSoto County Childcare YMCA offers before and afterschool care. For more information contact (O)901.505.0959 (E) firstname.lastname@example.org.
DeSoto County Schools
The DeSoto County School District is dedicated to ensuring academic excellence through quality leadership and instructional efforts within a conducive learning environment. The DeSoto County School District provides competent instructional leaders at all levels with ongoing evaluations of performance. All certified staff have received their undergraduate degrees in the field of education or related areas. Over 25% of all certified staff have advanced degrees encompassing masters, specialists, and/or doctoral degrees.
The DeSoto County Public School System is governed by the County Superintendent of Education, elected by qualified voters.
The DeSoto County School District will be regionally and nationally recognized as a system of superior-performing schools that ignite a passion for learning, while inspiring student success through instructional excellence and exemplary leadership.