Holbrook
High School
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Holbrook High School

Mission Statement
Helping students Help themselves Succeed

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We take great honor in providing students a 21st century education
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HHS Whole Student PASS Formula
Personal  Academic  Social-Emotional  Success
Staff Information and Student Demographic and Class Size Data
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“What is Kindness”
(Created by Demi Phaturos, HHS Class of 2015, in AP English 12)
Les Miserables
Tickets for Les Miserables are on sale now. You can purchase your tickets online here.
 
 
FBLA Team Takes Home 1st Place
The FBLA team of Bryana Brown, Troy Hill, Jordan Platero, Raylynn Thomas, Anslee Tsosie, and Alvin Yazzie, captured 1st place at the FBLA 2018 State Leadership Conference in the On-line Testing Tournament.
 
Pictured left to right: Alvin Yazzie, Troy Hill, Anslee Tsosie, Jordan Platero, Bryana Brown.
Not in picture: Raylynn Thomas 
 
 
Troy Hill Places 2nd and 5th at FBLA Conference
Troy Hill placed 2nd in Journalism at the FBLA State Leadership Conference and qualified for national competition. Troy also placed 5th in Business Law.
 
 
Students attend the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Tucson
Several Holbrook High School students recently traveled to Tucson to attend the FCCLA State Leadership Conference.  FCCLA (family, career and community leaders of America) is a national career and technical student organization with the mission to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
 
 
Rep. Tom O’Halleran Visits Holbrook High School
Rep. Tom O’Halleran Visits Holbrook High School, Reinforces Value of Financial Education for Students Participating in SIFMA Foundation’s Capitol Hill Challenge.™
Grayson Begay brings home Gold at the 2018 Arizona SkillsUSA Welding Competition
Out of 70 competitors from across the state, Grayson Begay (left) captured the Gold medal at the 2018 Arizona SkillsUSA welding competition and has qualified for the National SkillsUSA competition in June.

HHS Robotics Finishes Strong
Devin Etsitty and Ambros Jackson qualified for the AIA VEX Arizona State Championships based on their scores obtained during Skills Competitions throughout the year.
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Madison Chappell selected as 3A East Player of the Year
HHS girls’ basketball standout Madison Chappell was selected as the 3A East Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
 
 
Students attend Regional Skills Day event at Show Low NAVIT Complex
On February 2, three Holbrook High School auto students travelled to the Regional Skills Day event at the Show Low NAVIT complex where they individually competed in eighteen different stations. John Heward placed fourth out of 33-competitors.

Pictured left to right are John Heward, Emily Knight, and David Ward.


HHS Students participate in the North East Region Honor Band and Choir Festival
Following a rigorous audition process, several Holbrook High School students were chosen to participate in the North East Region Honor Band and Choir Festival, which occurred on Saturday, February 17, at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center.
 
 
CTE Regional Skills Day competition
CTE Regional Skills Day competition: HHS welding fabrication team of Ryan Martin, Devin Etsitty, and Destany Salazar placed 3rd and John Heward finished 4th in automotive.
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Students do well at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Conference

On February 3, the Holbrook High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to the Region 2 Conference held at the Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus in Mesa. The students competed in individual testing and performance events. The conference was attended by approximately 350 FBLA members, advisors, and supporters from 30 different schools. It was a successful day for the Roadrunners with Troy Hill placing 1st in Business Law and 1st in Journalism and the HHS FBLA team finishing 1st in the Online Testing Tournament. 

Pictured (from left to right) is Historian Angel Bates, Advisor Jeremy Madison, President Troy Hill, Vice President Jordan Platero, and Reporter Anslee Tsosie.


NPC Juried High School Art Show
NPC Juried High School art show: 141 students from seven northern Arizona schools submitted works of art and 82 were accepted and put on display. HHS had 21 accepted, which was the most by any school. Stacey Jackson placed 1st in drawing; Cassy Yazzie finished 2nd in drawing; Jolene Ayze placed 3rd in painting; and Kearstin Saxton and Tierra Tsosie received honorable mention in painting.
 
 
Devin Etsitty and Ambros Jackson qualified for the Arizona Vex Robotic state competition
Holbrook High School Students Attend Leadership Conference
On February 9, 2018, five Holbrook High School students participated in the 16th Annual Arizona African American Legislative and Leadership Conference at the Arizona State Capitol.
 
 
Congrats Girls Basketball – 3A East Regular Season and Tournament Champions!
 
 
Holbrook High School Students are Upward Bound
HHS officials were recently informed that HHS UBMS students were at 100% in completing all of their assignments and their CAP average is a 4.0 and that we were the only participating regional school in which not a single student was placed on a plan of improvement for the past semester.
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Holbrook High School 1st Semester Perfect Attendance Students

Standing left to right: Ashton Bishop; Shaun Wayne; Cruz Denetso; Harrison Williams; Simon Liu; and Kamal Yazzie Jimerson

Seated left to right: Isabel Pena; Ciera Irving; Jyllian Hall; Wyatt McLaws; Lauryn Hall; Whitney Apodaca; and Emmarosa Catron.

HHS 1st Semester Honor Roll Students
The Honor Roll at HHS consists of the Principal’s and Superintendent’s List.  The Principal’s List is comprised of students who have earned a minimum 3.0 GPA with a minimum of one (1) C grade offset by an A or a weighted class.  The Superintendent’s List is comprised of students who have earned a minimum 4.0 GPA with a minimum of one (1) B grade offset by a weighted class.
Three schools compete at the inaugural “Painted Desert In The Zone – VEX Skills Robotics Competition
Blue Ridge, Holbrook, and St. Johns High Schools participated at the inaugural “Painted Desert In The Zone – VEX Skills Robotics Competition,” which was held in HHS’s Munoz Gymnasium on January 13th, 2018.
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Real World Construction Project
Students in Mr. Tubbs’s CTE construction classes are currently engaged in building a restroom and locker area near the softball field.

Justin Ahasteen, HHS Class of 2014, has been selected as the USO’s Marine of the Year.
When one Roadrunner succeeds, we all succeed.
 
 
Holbrook High School Students are Upward Bound
The Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. The goal of UBMS is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.

HHS officials were recently informed that HHS UBMS students were at 100% in completing all of their assignments and their CAP average is a 4.0 and that we were the only participating regional school in which not a single student was placed on a plan of improvement for the past semester.  

HHS Upward Bound Math and Science participants in photo:

Left to Right Back Row: Meredith Huskey, Jovon Boling, Hailey Guttery, Abigail Hamilton
Left to Right Middle Row: Abbie Harmon, Whitney Apodaca
Kneeling in Front: Meghan Little

Not in photo: Tamika Begay and Georgia Benally
Cristen Halwood to receive “Student of the Year” award from NAGSA
Holbrook High School senior Cristen Halwood has been selected to receive a “Student of the Year” award from the Native American Grant School Association (NAGSA) on Friday, December 15, 2017, at the 22nd NAGSA Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Cristen was nominated by Tiisyaakin Residential Hall official Ms. Desirae Lewis based on the following criteria: G.P.A., demonstration/participation in Native culture and language, academic growth, leadership skills, philanthropy, and sportsmanship.  Cristen is the daughter of Cheryl and Victor Clark from Chinle, Arizona.  “Cristen is not only a model student at HHS but an outstanding human being who vividly displays our motto to be good to one another,” commented HHS Principal Lance Phaturos.
Josh Kishbaugh won 1st place in the Technology in Teaching category in Washington D.C.
Josh Kishbaugh, a student at Holbrook High School, traveled to the FCCLA National Cluster meeting in Washington D.C., November 9-12, as a member of the FCCLA state officer team.  While in Washington D.C., Josh competed and won 1st place in the Technology in Teaching category of the skills demonstration event. FCCLA, (family, career and community leaders of America), is a national career and technical student organization with the mission to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of the family member, wage earner, and community member, students develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation.  Josh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kishbaugh of Holbrook.
 
2017-18 Members of the Holbrook National Honor Society
HHS Students selected for All-State Choir
Holbrook High School Show Choir students Harry Edwards, Tyler Christensen, and Harrison Williams (pictured left to right) were selected after a rigorous audition with hundreds of students from across all Arizona school classifications to participate in the All-State Show Choir festival, which will be held at Desert Vista High School November 16-18. When one Roadrunner succeeds, we all succeed!
Mr. Jeremy Madison wins “New Business Education Teacher of the Year for 2017-18”
Holbrook High School business teacher Mr. Jeremy Madison was selected as the Arizona Business Education Association (ABEA) “New Business Education Teacher of the Year for 2017-18."
 
Choir Ice Cream Social
Fall Choir Festival
Holbrook Unified School District #3
Address: 455 N 8th Ave, Holbrook, AZ 86025
Phone: (928) 524-2815
Fax: (928) 524-3537 
Upcoming Events
May
15
HS Choir Concert
Tue May 15 2018
May
25
HHS Graduation
Fri May 25 2018
From the Desk of Mr. Phaturos
 2017-18 Back to School Parent Mtg PowerPoint
Download a pdf of this PowerPoint here Back to Sch Parent Presentation.pdf.
HHS Site Council to Center on College and Career Readiness Index 
Download a copy of this document  HHS Site Council CCR Index.pdf.