What's New

"Hartland Women In Technology" is a new club at HHS this year that promotes, educates, and encourages women in technology.  HWIT participated in Lawrence Tech University's Robofest competition and took 1st place, Exhibition Category, at their Regional.  On Saturday, April 30, they will advance to the state competition.  For their competition, the girls programmed two robots to play checkers.  They created the entire program - a "checkerboard", playing pieces, and a presentation board.  During competition, they gave a four-minute speech explaining how they used STEM to create the program and problem solve, describing how their program could be used in real life and demonstrating their robots.  Team members included: Taylynn Woodruff, Sally Parzuchowski, Gina Rechul, and Madison Wright.  They were one of only two all-girl teams at the competition!  Nice job HWIT!!!

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Welcome to Hartland High School!

2016 Childhood Cancer Awreness Initiatives

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2016-2017 Parking Information - N E W !
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Authorization for Medication, NEW!  click here
School Picture Re-take Day:  October 4th, 2016
Class of 2017 Senior Picture Requirements and Dates, click here
Interested in ordering your 2016-2017 HHS Yearbook?  click here
Are you a Sophomore, Junior or Senior this year?  Interested in ordering a HHS Class Ring?  Please click here, or stop in the main office and pick up a packet from Josten's.
Class of 2020, do you want to receive important information regarding Spirit Week Activities and Pre-Game info?   You may sign-up to receive text or push notifications.   Click here for directions.
HHS 2016-2017 Homecoming Week, Sept. 26th to October 1st, 2016
     Powder-Puff Game - Wednesday, Sept. 28th @ 6:30 p.m.
     Homecoming Assembly - Friday, Sept. 30th, 2016
     Homecoming Game & Crowning - Friday, Sept. 30th, 2016
     Homecoming Dance - Saturday, October 1st, 2016, 7:00-10:00 p.m.
          (Homecoming Dance Guest Application - click here)

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The Hartland High School Counseling Office oversees all transcript orders.  Click here to learn how to order your high school transcript. 
Current Students can have transcripts mailed at no cost. 
Alumni should expect a $5.00 fee per transcript requested. 
Please follow the directions here to have your transcript sent. 

School Information

Attendance Line:
(810) 626-2205
Instructional time:
7:20AM - 2:20PM
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


Mr. David Minsker
Mrs. Kate Gregory
Asst. Principal
Mr. Chris Chanavier
Asst. Principal
Mr. Jason Reck
Dean of Students
Mr. JD Wheeler
Athletic Director
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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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    We Believe that...

    • 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