Senior Ads for the 2022/23 Yearbook
If you are interested in getting a Senior Ad for your graduating student please email Mr. Burks and he will send you the forms you need to fill out to get your ad in this years yearbook. Ads are limited so please do not wait too long. We will stop taking ads requests on February 17th, 2023
Mr. Burks' email address
You can order the 2022/23 yearbook at this time. Click here to place your order.
ACT Science Prep
Dr. Woodward is offering ACT Science Prep for ANY STUDENT wanting to learn how to address the science section of college entrance exams. These are held during 1st HOUR ONLY on ITM Fridays. Students will have opportunities to practice with readings and question sets, and learn strategies to improve their chances of selecting the right answers. This will last as long as there is interest.
Students Against Trafficking
The Students Against Trafficking club will meet today during lunch in Ms. Overson’s room.
AISES Club meets every Wednesday afterschool in Mr. Nez's Classroom. We welcome ALL students to come and check it out. AISES Club is looking for more students that are interested in participating in an Engineering project to help our community. We hope you will come to our next meeting.
Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program
The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program (JBMSHP) is an intense academic program for students interested in careers requiring mathematics, science, and engineering-based coursework who are typically underrepresented in those fields of study. Participants live on the ASU Tempe campus while enrolled in a university-level mathematics or computer science course. Eligible students may apply at jbmshp.asu.edu or see Mrs. Hatch for more information.
Applications are due by Sunday, February 19.
Nizhoni Academy through Talent Search at Northern Arizona University
The applications for the Nizhoni Academy through Talent Search at Northern Arizona University are available for the 2023 Summer Program. This is an excellent opportunity to experience living on a college campus while receiving integrated classroom instruction in humanities, mathematics, science as well as learning study skills, computer literacy, and other skills to improve student academic and personal growth.
Upon completion, the student will earn one elective unit of high school credit. This opportunity is open only to freshman and sophomore students. If you are interested, please pick up an application from Mrs. Campbell. The deadline for submission is February 17, 2023. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
NAVIT Programs Available
Sophomores and Juniors, NAVIT has openings for the 2023-2024 school year in the following programs of study: Welding, Fire Science, Medical Doctors’ Assistant (MDA), Construction, Cosmetology, and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Welding, Construction, MDA, and Cosmetology are two-year programs. CNA is a one semester program. Only seniors are eligible to apply for the CNA program due to State licensure requirements. Fire Science is a one-year program.
These programs require that you attend Northland Pioneer College classes for one-half of each school day and attend Holbrook High School classes the other half of each school day. NAVIT programs require commitment, maturity, and daily attendance. The scholarship value of each program is approximately $2000 per semester.
Students interested in Welding, Construction, Cosmetology, or Fire Science must demonstrate a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0, have no record of chronic disciplinary issues, including insubordination, attendance and tardy issue, drug use, or alcohol use. Cosmetology applicants must also demonstrate that they have successfully passed both semesters of Biology, both semesters of English 9, both semesters of English 10, and both semesters of Algebra I. All applicants must be above 70 in disciplinary points. Students interested in Medical Doctors’ Assistant (MDA), and CNA, must demonstrate a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.6 or must meet qualifying scores on the Accuplacer test.
If you are interested in NAVIT for the 2023-2024 school year see Dr. Haussman for questions regarding the application process or to ask additional questions about the programs.
Seconds (for any meal) are not available until after all students have gotten their first meals. If they do not wait we will be charging $5.00 per meal for seconds.
Open 7:30 am
Closed at the first Bell
Teachers - Please do not send you students to get breakfast after the first bell. Please call Mr. McLaws at 7013 if you have someone that did not get breakfast, or send the student to his office.
Late buses will always be served food.
11:30 release for High Needs SPED
11:40 NAVIT Students
11:55 General Student Population
Closes at 12:15 pm
Doors will be locked at closing.
There is an NAU student on campus to help seniors with their FASFA. Brooke will be in my office (Ms. Warner) from 8-10 every Friday to help support HHS students completing their FAFSA. Parents can also come in at that time and they will have privacy to get the support they need as well.
Monday - English (Overson), Social Studies (Knight), Math (Tomlinson-Lunchtime, Nez-After school)
Tuesday - English (Brosius), Math (Dawson)
Wednesday - English (Thompson), Math (Jensen), Science (Ms. Mitchell)
Thursday - Math (Tomlinson-Lunchtime)
ACT Fee Waivers
ACT fee waivers for both Juniors and Seniors are available at this time. Each student can have two per year. There are over 300 available but don’t wait. They come with a free online instructional course that will help drive their ACT score up. There are also a few paper test booklets left from prior years. There is also a free late fee waiver if a student needs to register for the test late. Any interested Junior or Senior needs to see Ms. Warner.
8th Period Credit recovery is underway. It is available Monday through Thursday and is open to any senior or junior needing credit recovery. See Ms. Warner to sign up.
Juniors and seniors! Begin your career exploration and post-secondary plans by visiting the Grow Arizona Center, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 8 a.m. to 12 noon on Fridays with teacher permission, or schedule a time during lunch, or before or after school, by stopping by the center located across the lawn from the library.