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Home Access Center (HAC)

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HAC Login

Simply type your HAC username and password and you will be able to find the same data about your student by clicking one of the 5 icons across the top. If you have questions about your student or parent HAC account please contact your school's office.

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Accessing Report Cards from Home Access Center​​​​​​

  1. Once on the STUDENTS & FAMILIES tab of the St. Mary’s County Public Schools website, click the Home Access Center (HAC) link listed under GENERAL RESOURCES.
  2.  Click on the blue Home Access Center button OR scroll down to click “Sign In” under the HAC Login block.
  3. You may also download the HAC Mobile App - “eSchool PLUS Family”.  The HAC Manual and Mobile App User Guide link is on the right-hand side of the page if you need assistance with either of those methods.  The directions in this document are for the web-based version only.
  4. Enter your account User Name and Password.
  5. If you have not logged in recently and cannot remember your User Name or Password, click the “Forgot My User Name or Password” link.
  6. When you click the link, an email including a link to reset your password will be sent to the email address you provided to the school district. You will be prompted to answer your challenge questions when you click the link in the email.  If you need further assistance, please contact your student’s school.
  7. Once logged on to Home Access Center, click the Grades icon.  
  8. Next, click the Report Card tab. You should then see your report card for the current marking period. You may change to a different marking period by clicking the “View the Report Card for Reporting Period” dropdown menu. 
  9. Print the Report Card by clicking the “Print” button on the far right.

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