Did You Know?


Did you know that Hartland High School graduated 410 seniors on June 5th? We had 87 students who earned the recognition of Summa Cum Laude and 75 students who earned Magna Cum Laude.  We also had approximately 270 awards given out during Senior Honors Night.  Our seniors earned over $7,900,000 in scholarship money!

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Welcome to Hartland High School!

Welcome Back, HHS Students!!!

A few key dates for the fall and the 2015-16 school year are:

School Picture Re-take Day - October 6th during lunches
Haven't ordered your HHS 2015-2016 Yearbook yet??  Click here!  
Election Fast Facts for Tuesday, November 3rd   (Click here for Fast Facts)
Christmas Break - 12/21/2015 through 01/01/2016
Mid-Winter Break - 02/26/2016 through 02/29/2016
Easter Break - 03/25/2016 through 04/01/2016

Parking Registration

To register an additional vehicle to a student's purchased parking space, please go to "Parents", "Registration" at the top of this page, and scroll down to "Parking Permit Application" under your student's grade. You may register as many vehicles to one space as needed.  Your student must, however, move his/her parking hang-tag to the vehicle he/she drives that day. 
All parking zones are full at this time.  If you have any further questions, please call 810-626-2200.  Thank you!

SAT Information for 2015-16

Parents and Students,

As most of you have heard, the State of Michigan has changed the testing requirements of 11th
graders to include the use of the SAT, instead of the ACT, starting next year.  In addition, the SAT is
going through a complete overhaul and will be completely different starting in the fall.  This SAT exam
is used for college admission purposes at every college and university in the United States.

In order to best prepare our families for this important change, we are posting information about the
new SAT as we receive it onto the SAT page of the Hartland High School Counseling webpage.  
Recently, SAT announced a partnership with Khan Academy.  Khan Academy will be the only
organization the College Board (the makers of the SAT) partner with for test prep materials.  College
Board has created this partnership to make sure that every student is able to access high quality test
prep materials for the SAT free of charge.  Khan Academy will be rolling out their free SAT test prep
program in early June, and we recommend that all of our current tenth grade students take advantage
of these free online test prep materials over the summer to best prepare themselves for the upcoming
SAT exam next spring.  

The Khan Academy SAT website is: https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

In addition, the PSAT has also been redesigned to match the new SAT.  In October, all eleventh grade
students will have the option of taking the new redesigned PSAT.  This is the official practice test for
the SAT, and will be given one day only, on Wednesday, October 14th.  This test does cost $20.00 to
take, and if you want your student to take the exam, you will need to register them on the Pay-For-It
website as part of their school registration in August.

We know you and your student want to do their best on the SAT, and hope that the websites and
information we put together help in preparation for this important test.  You can find information on all
of these standardized exams and more at the Hartland High School counseling website at:


We hope you have an enjoyable summer.  


Hartland Counselors

Jodi Wilson A-E  810-626-2229
Heather Borst F-L 810-626-2228
Helen Kenney M-Q 810-626-2239
Erica Empie R-Z 810-626-2232

#GetYourColorOn a Huge Success!

Thank you parents, students, and teachers who help make the 2nd Annual #GetYourColorOn Fun Run a HUGE success here at HHS!


HHS DECA Dominates Again!

Hartland HS is so proud of our DECA students for representing our school so well at the DECA International Competition in Orlando recently.  Notable accomplishments include:
Kendra Rocha -  International Champion - Human Resources Management
John Moraitis - Top 10 Finalist - Financial Consulting
Betty Jellison - Top 10 Finalist - Sports & Entertainment Promotion
Beau Breault & Colin Roedel - Top 20 Finalist - Financial Analysis Team Decision Making
Jake Bokuniewicz & Brett Borseth - Top 20 Finalist - Financial Literacy Promotion 
Morgan Woodruff & Nick Russell - Top 20 Finalist - School Based Enterprise - Retail Store
Jessie Hinkle - Harry S. Applegate DECA Scholarship Recipient
16,000+ Students Competing from around the globe (US, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, China, South Korea, Germany, Guam)
Each Category has approximately 200 students 
60 Students from Hartland Qualified total - most in Michigan - Next closest was Novi with 33
250,000+ Student Members of DECA worldwide

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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