Hartland High School is a large Division 1 high school with approximately 2000 students, grades 9-12, on campus. Over 125 staff members, including administrators, teachers, secretaries, paraprofessionals, security personnel, food-service workers, custodians, coaches and other support staff, work with students each and everyday. We offer a wide variety of programs for students to help them prepare for college and career readiness. We have a full array of extracurricular activities including athletics, music, arts and drama.
Hartland High School an 8 semester high school with 7 hours per day. School begins at 7:20am and ends at 1:20pm, Monday through Thursday. On Friday, school dismisses at 1:20pm and our staff participates in professional development.
Hartland High School (HHS) is a college preparatory program which incorporates career educational pathways into the individual student education plan. An applied technology program which offers a multitude of job skill training situations is available to those students interested in career and technical education. Honors and Advanced Placement courses are available through: Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II and Trigonometry, Honors English 9, Honors English 10, AP United States History, Honors Chemistry, Honors Physics, Spanish I-IV Honors, French I-V Honors, German I-V Honors and American Sign Language III Honors. College credits are possible through A.P. Biology, A.P. Chemistry, A.P. Physics C, A.P. Calculus AB, A.P. Calculus BC, A.P. Statistics, A.P. Language and Composition, A.P. Literature and Composition, A.P. European History, A.P. Psychology, A.P. US Government & Politics, A.P. Comparative Government & Politics, A.P. Computer Science Principles, A.P. Computer Science A and AP Spanish.
The counseling department is devoted to helping our students determine their post-secondary plans. Each counselor devotes one-on-one time with each student every year to ensure post-secondary goals align with courses offered and graduation requirements are being met at HHS. College and Career Readiness is a course available to students to support post-secondary awareness.
Hartland High School is participating in the Early Middle College program within Livingston County. Students in their junior year of high school have the opportunity to apply for the program which includes a 13th year of high school. By committing to and being accepted in this program, students will complete their high school experience with a high school diploma along with a college certificate and/or industry credentials.
Hartland High School partners with the University of Michigan-Flint to offer advanced-level multi-course dual enrollment sequences for qualified & motivated students interested in the fields of Medical Science, Engineering, Business/Economics, or General Studies. This initiative is titled the Dual Enrollment Educational Partnership, or DEEP, program. Participating DEEP students enroll in four UM-Flint courses, two each semester. Courses are taught by regular University of Michigan-Flint faculty members. All courses taught under this arrangement are selected from the university’s current course catalog and adhere strictly to the University’s customary content and student performance expectations. The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has formally recognized UM-Flint’s DEEP program. Courses completed by DEEP students are transferable to UM-AA pursuant to the same performance and other guidelines governing transfer of any regular UM-Flint coursework to Ann Arbor. (Most UM-Flint courses transfer to UM-AA.) DEEP program completers are issued official UM-Flint transcripts. These courses also appear on the Hartland High School transcript and are noted as UM-Flint DEEP and Name of Program
Clubs and Organizations play an important role in our building. We believe that all students should feel connected to the school they attend and should be involved in an extracurricular activity to help foster positive relationships with classmates and staff members.
Hartland student athletes participate in the Kensington Lakes Activity Association (KLAA). The HHS Athletic Department currently offers 28 sports programs from the 7th-12th grade. Over 1,300 students athletes proudly represent the blue and gold each school year. Our mission is to promote the education and development of students through athletic competition. We promote a culture of discipline, sportsmanship, integrity, and leadership to our student-athletes.