Dean McNamee 2021-2022 Academic and Scholarship Awards Ceremony
The Dean McNamee 2021-2022 Academic and Scholarship Awards Ceremony will take place on May 19th, 2022. The event will be held in the GGPAC and begin at 6:00pm.
Online Yearbook Sales
The Yearbook for this school year can be purchased online at this time. If you purchase a yearbook online you will be notified when the yearbooks arrive at the school so you can pick your book up. Yearbooks can also be purchased at the high school bookstore when they arrive.
The link to buy the yearbook is: https://store.shopyearbook.com/holbrook
Online sales will close on June 4th.
Jr. High Promotion
If you want to attend the Jr. High Promotion on May 26th, there is a permission slip available in the office. Your parents will not have to come to the school to check you out if you get this permission slip signed and return it to the office by Wednesday, May 25.
Seniors Interested in becoming a Teacher
Any senior that is Female and interested in becoming an Educator still has the time to sign up. female senior who is planning to enter into a helping profession? We have extended the deadline to May 6th. https://forms.gle/HJLC1RvdZCEKKZeM7 please see Mrs. Warner for the DKG Scholarship Application.
Grow Arizona is here to assist any student needing assistance in exploring their career pathway after high school. We can assist any student from Freshman to Seniors in helping them take advantage of the many resources available in our community and in their field of interest. Grow Arizona office hours are Tuesdays and Thursday from 1:30pm - 4:00pm and Fridays 8:00am - Noon. We are also available by appointment if needed.
KCC (Korean Culture Club)
The KCC (Korean Culture Club) is a new club and will be meeting every Wednesday during lunch in Ms. Austria’s room (B22).
NPC Courses this Summer
Current HS underclassmen interested in taking NPC courses this summer have an opportunity to receive the Early College Waiver to cover tuition and fees.
If you are interested go see Ms. Warner and she will get you in touch with our early college rep from NPC.
Camp Tatiyee Summer Jobs
Camp Tatiyee, a Lion's Club Camp for disabled youth and adults located in Lakeside, AZ, is in need of camp counselors and camp staff. High school students are encouraged to apply to fill these positions. You will live on site in the cool pines of the White Mountains while working to help others. Experience of this type looks excellent on a job and college resume. If you are interested in working at Camp Tatiyee for the Summer, please contact Mrs. Pam Swanson at email@example.com or at (480) 202-7062 OR (480) 380-4254.
Navajo Technical University
The Navajo Technical University will be conducting a FREE Camp that will provide hands-on experiences in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Natural Resources Management, Environmental Science such as Wildlife Biology, Plant Science, and Animal Science. This program is offered to ALL students regardless of race or ethnicity. You do not have to be Native American to attend. Students who have attended this camp in the past thoroughly enjoyed the experiences. If you are interested in participating, please see Mrs. Campbell for more information.
Indigenous Summer Enhancement Program through Dine College
Dine College is sponsoring an Indigenous Summer Enhancement Program to introduce students to careers in public health research and service learning in local communities. Those students who participate in the program will receive a 2-week stipend and mentorship from Navajo Public Health Professionals. If you are interested, please stop by and see Mrs. Campbell for more information.
Nizhoni College Preparation Academy
The applications for the Nizhoni College Preparation Academy for Summer 2022 are now available. This is a wonderful academy sponsored by the Northern Arizona University Talent Search Program. If you are interested in attending, please stop by and see Mrs. Campbell for an application or visit Mr. Eugene Begay on one of his visits to our campus to learn more about this program.
The Holbrook High School Career Center is located in the B Building center hallway, room B-30. It is staffed by Career Technician Teri White and is available for all Holbrook High School students.
The Career Center is available to assist students with information on careers, colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships, scholarships, and the military.
The HHS Career Center provides meeting space for college and military recruiters.
Mrs. White is available to assist students with resumes, job applications, application portfolios, college applications, and finding jobs after high school.
The Career Center is the NAVIT information source. Mrs. White assists students with NAVIT information and applications.
Sophomores and Juniors interested in enrolling in NAVIT programs for the 2022-2023 school year are encouraged to meet with Mrs. White now. The application for NAVIT programs will begin in January 2022.
After School Tutorials
Students who are doing math in General Tutorial need to go to Math Tutorial while they are doing math. The General Tutorial teacher will give them a pass to Math Tutorial and then the students will return back to General Tutorial when they are done.
Students attending after school tutorials MUST arrive by 3:45 or have a note explaining their where-abouts, or they will not be admitted to tutorial?
Please remember that General Tutorial is a privilege not a right, and excellent behavior is expected and will be enforced.
The Math Department is hosting tutorials after school from 3:30pm to 6:30pm according to the following schedule:
Monday - Mr. Nez Rm. B6.
Tuesday - Mrs. Jensen Rm B4.
Wednesday - Mrs. Hatch Rm B1.
Thursday - One of the above three classrooms.
Planning to go to College?
Please see, or email Mrs. Warner if you plan on applying to ASU, NAU, or UoA this year. Her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org