Did You Know?


Did you know that Hartland High School participated in College Application Week in November?  This endeavor included teachers sharing their college experiences with students and then all senior students at HHS applying for some post-high school training including college, trade or specialty schools, or the military.  During the week, many colleges waived their application fees and HHS seniors were all able to apply somewhere.  What a great job by the HHS counseling department to pull off such a great event!

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Welcome to Hartland High School!

HHS Parent Grading Workshop

Have you ever wondered why some of the teachers at HHS are using grading and reporting practices that are a little different?

Do you have questions about why a teacher would utilize a 4.0 scale or offer students the opportunity to re-take a test? 

Do you simply want to gain a better understanding of how teachers are coming up with grades for your student?

If so….

 This workshop is for you!

 Teachers and administrators from HHS will present some of the work being done around standards-based grading and reporting and what that means for hhs students.  The workshop will be interactive and fun, so be prepared to participate and work with others!

When: Thursday, December 4, 2014 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: Hartland High School Media Center (Library)

Mrs. Hasseld - Michigan Marketing New Professional of the Year!

Hartland High School is so fortunate to have an amazing staff!  One of our new marketing teachers, Mrs. Anne Hasseld has just been awarded the Michigan Marketing New Professional of the Year!  Congratulations Mrs. Hasseld, and thank you for all you do to inspire our young entrepreneurs and business students!


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Spectatular Band and Chior Concert Held at HHS!

This past week was our Fall Spectacular Concert where our band and choir students performed for an outstanding crowd.  We would like to thank everyone who came out to support our musicians and vocalists and especially to our students who have worked so hard this year!


Thanksgiving Break

Hartland Schools will be out of school beginning Wednesday, November 26th and resume on Monday, December 1st for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Enjoy the time off, and we will see you on Monday the 1st!

High School Math Calculators:

It is recommended that students have a TI-84 Plus Calculator for their math and science classes at HHS.

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College Bound? 

Now you can order transcripts online. Click here to request transcript.

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School Information

Attendance Line:
(810) 626-2205
Instructional time:
7:24am - 2:15pm
Front Office:
(810) 626-2200
Front Office Fax:
(810) 626-2201
Counseling Office:
(810) 626-2225
Counseling Fax:
(810) 626-2226
Athletic Office:
(810) 626-2300
Athletic Fax:
(810) 626-2301
Aquatics Center:
(810) 626-2279
Aquatics Fax:
(810) 626-2281

10635 Dunham Road
Hartland, MI 48353


Mr. Benjamin Mainka
Mrs. Alice Lashbrook
Asst. Principal
Mrs. Kate Gregory
Asst. Principal
Mr. Chris Chanavier
Dean of Students
Mr. Jason Reck
Athletic Director
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    Hartland High School: The Premier Learning Experience

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    To provide the opportunity and encouragement for each student to become a caring, productive, and successful member of the global community.

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    • All students can learn
    • All individuals are equally worthy
    • A good self-concept is essential for success
    • A safe, clean, supportive, and orderly environment is essential for effective learning
    • High expectations that are clearly stated promote success
    • Teachers should provide a varied and challenging learning environment
    • Students should accept responsibility for their own learning
    • Success is best achieved when home, school, business, and community work together
    • It is important for students to develop attitudes and skills that promote lifelong learning
    • It is important that educators help students become caring, responsible members of the global community