Hanford High School provides a safe and positive learning community that promotes innovation, intellectual curiosity, and citizenship in order to allow students to realize their full potential and to become life-long learners.
Office hours: Monday-Thursday 7:00 AM-3:00 PM
Fridays 7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Bookkeeping office will be closed on Friday (4/29) from 11-1
And on Wednesday May 11th at 2:00 PM
No School Friday May 29th
Thank You 7-11 For Donating $711 to HHS AVID Program
The 7-11 Corporation and the local 7-11 franchise donated $711 to Hanford High School so AVID students can attend the National College Fair this fall. The District’s AVID program helps students improve academic and organizational skills for success in college. Most of the students will be the first generation in their families to attend college.
Amazing Job By HHS Math Team
On Saturday, April 23rd in Ellensburg at the Washington State Math Council Competition the math team did an amazing job. The following students were awarded: 2nd Place Knowdown Alex Fang (11), 5th Place Topical Problem An Wang (12), Omar Ibrahim(11), Michael Shuen (10)
In the Ad-Hoc teaming the following students were awarded: 2nd Place Topical Problem Abum Okemgbo (11) 3rd Place Team Problem George Zhang (11)
Panda Express Fundraiser Being Held The Day Of Prom
Help Support the HHS PTSA. Visit the Panda Express on Saturday, April 30th from 11AM-10PM
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Hanford High School Media
Hanford High School media studentsearned a number of top awards at the National High School Journalism Convention last week in Los Angeles. The student newspaper The Altitude earned a Best of Show 3rd Place Award. Seniors Caroline Waring and Emily Tan (shown at left) are the editors-in-chief. Nine other students earned individual awards (see list).
“I’m proud of these students who show critical thinking, initiative, and creativity in their work,” said faculty advisor Nancy E. Smith.
Beautiful Artwork by Hanford High School senior Isabel Lin
Isabel used colored pencil to draw this piece which explores women, culture, costume, and time. This work is part of Isabel’s portfolio for Advanced Placement Studio Art.
Kiera Lucas earns WSU cheer spot
Congratulations to Hanford High School senior Kiera Lucas on earning a spot on next year's Washington State University cheer squad. Kiera has been an integral member of the HHS cheer squad the past four years. She carries a 3.9 GPA while being active with Key Club, National Honor Society, and student leadership. "Kiera is the epitome of what a student-athlete should be," noted Kim Mayer, HHS cheer coach.
RSD Summer School Information
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If you have any further questions, please contact RSD Summer School Contact: Dave Filipy - 967-6429 or Dave.Filipy@rsd.edu
Student Sports Physical Clinic June 11 $5.00 Sports Physicals Offered
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Hanford High Center Stage is proud to present:
Our Town. This is a play within a play that features a helpful narrator (Stage Manager) who tells the audience exactly what is happening. The story comes in three acts: Daily Life, Love and Marriage, and Death and Dying - the same three acts of life itself. Our Townis a minimalistic play that allows the audience to use their imagination to picture the set, giving each person a unique experience every time.
Urinetown. This is a unique, satirical musical about a town suffering through a drought. During this drought, a big corporation has decided that to properly conserve water, everyone has to pay to use the bathroom. As the rates increase, the townsfolk become more and more angry leading them to a rebellious revolt. But, was the enemy really all that bad? Urinetown is a hilarious musical that jokes about naturally occurring bodily functions. This show is rated PG-13 for frank discussions of bodily functions.
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School Delay Information
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