Answered by Traci, Hiring Expert at Accenture, on Friday, April 1, 2016
Now this is coming from just one recruiter, but no, there shouldn’t be information (jobs, clubs/organizations, accolades) from high school on your resume after graduating from college. I would dare say that there shouldn’t be information from high school on your resume while applying to internships and full time positions while still in college, but it very much depends on what it is you want to include and how far along in your undergrad education you are. Think of all of the experiences you gain in your undergrad years as replacing those in high school. As a freshman, it’s still appropriate to include high school, as this is still the vast majority of your most recent background. As you progress through your college years though, you should be replacing more and more of that high school information until you reach a point (maybe around the end of sophomore year) where you no longer need to rely on your high school self.