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Ed Blasland 
Vice Principal

Shirelle Dowdell
Vice Principal

A. Najah Salaam Jennings-Bey
Vice Principal

Jason Cecile
Administrative Intern

DASA Coordinators:

Shirelle Dowdell
Craig Heckman

Contact Information:

Main Office: (315) 435-4343
Attendance Office: (315) 435-4346
Guidance Office: (315) 435-4350
Nurse’s Office: (315) 435-5878


School Address:

600 Robinson Street,
Syracuse, NY 13206

School Hours:

7:50 am – 2:26 pm

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at Henninger High School include Business Technology, Health Professions and Medical Assisting. To learn more about these programs, visit our CTE program homepage. Henninger is also home to several Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) programs, including Clinical Laboratory Technician and Health Information Technology. To learn more about these programs, visit our Henninger P-TECH page.
School News
Do You Have Back to School Questions? #SCSDCares Do You Have Back to School Questions? #SCSDCares: WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME OUR STUDENTS & STAFF BACK TO SCHOOL FOR THE 2018 - 19 SCHOOL YEAR! As with any new beginning, a new school year comes with questions and unknowns. To serve as a resource for families, several Syracuse City School District departments and offices have compiled their most frequently asked questions - with answers - relating to the back-to-school season. Please see below for these questions, separated by department. If you have ... more >>
Henninger Students Learn Health and Nutrition with Food Busters Program Henninger Students Learn Health and Nutrition with Food Busters Program: Henninger students in Health Professions 100 injected dye into a potato, allowing them to discover the salt contained in it. As part of the ‘Food Busters’ program, students learn from Syracuse University students about nutrition and health issues through hands-on labs and engaging discussions.   ‘Food Busters,’ a partnership between Henninger and the Syracuse University Shaw Center, is now in its third year at Henninger. Through the program, students have also studied ... more >>
Henninger Students Learn Financial Responsibility in ‘Mad City’ Henninger Students Learn Financial Responsibility in ‘Mad City’: Henninger students planned their monthly household budget, taking into account the cost of housing, a car, childcare, vacations and more.   In ‘Mad City,’ a simulation run by Cooperative Federal Credit Union, juniors and seniors in Math and Finance and SUPA Personal Finance classes were each given a job, an income, a credit score and two hours to make hypothetical financial decisions. The goal: to learn about budgeting, credit, negotiating with people who don’t have their ... more >>
SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention: Students from Clary, Corcoran, Ed Smith, ELMS, Grant, Henninger, Huntington, HW Smith, ITC, Nottingham, PSLA and Roberts recently attended the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) National Convention in Pittsburgh, PA. There, they had the opportunity to compete in hands-on engineering and science activities, hear speakers and take part in workshops to help expose them to the possibilities of a career in engineering.   Many were recognized with honors, as our students won in six ... more >>
SCSD Food Committee Seeks Student Input & Action SCSD Food Committee Seeks Student Input & Action: Henninger junior Nolan Spears noticed that some of his classmates were skipping lunch at school. Some would roam the halls, causing disruptions, while others would leave school to go to a corner store or fast-food restaurant to purchase a meal.   “I saw this as incredibly dangerous, both for them and the school,” Nolan explained. “When the opportunity came up to join the Food Committee, I jumped at it. I saw it as a way that I could help those people stay in school and ... more >>

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Receivership Report - 2017-18 Quarter 4