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Quarter 3 Orientation - Friday, January 15 - 5:30 p.m.

Friday - January 15 - 5:30 p.m. - Zoom
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Non Student Day - Textbook Return

All students who have checked out textbooks during 1st and 2nd quarters must return them to Hare on Friday, January 22nd (Non Student Day). Click above to view schedule.
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Return to Distance Learning

Dear Families, Recently, the county informed us that schools that have fully reopened for in-person instruction may temporarily implement distance learning and resume in-person learning at any time in the future, regardless of the county's tier stat…
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Back-To-School-Night: Classroom Videos

Wednesday, September 23 Welcome to our Hare High School Back-to-School Staff Video Presentations Since we cannot hold our traditional "Back to School Night' this year, we have gathered together a quick video or slideshow presentation from each of…
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Graduation Ceremony - June 11, 2020

With the situation we found ourselves in with COVID-19, our annual graduation ceremony was held virtually - but it was just as memorable as ever!  We are so proud of all our Husky graduates!  If you didn't get the chance to see it on June 11, you can…
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High Honors for Hare High School

Representatives from OCDE surprised Hare High School teacher Tam Do with the 2019 Advisor of Excellence award. Mr. Do was celebrated for his dedication as an advisor for the Hare leadership class and the work that they do alongside the Friday Night L…

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Dear Parents, Guardians, Community Members, Students and Friends:

Welcome to Hare High School and the beginning of a new school year!  We are eager to meet you, get to know you and welcome you to our PACK Family! Here at Hare High, we pride ourselves in providing students with an exemplary education in an accelerated format that allows students to refocus on high school graduation and the attainment of a high school diploma.  Life brings us many obstacles and challenges that can sometimes lead us off course.  At Hare, we support students in working through life's challenges, helping students to process and learn new skills, all while working toward completing Garden Grove Unified School District's rigorous graduation requirements.

 

2020-2021 Juniors and seniors, high school is a time of self-discovery and a time for you to uncover your strengths and interests. Unlike others, you have experienced adversity and by attending Hare High have already begun the path to renewed sense of self.  We look forward to working with you, witnessing your growth, strength of character, and your desire to learn. No matter how long your tenure with us may be or if you return to your home high school, we have a saying at Hare High, that speaks to the heart of our school and team:  "Once a Husky, Always a Husky". May you all have a wonderful year ahead and know that the Hare High School PACK Family welcomes you!

 

Mrs. Lydia Machado, Principal

Our School

Hare High School is Garden Grove Unified School District’s Continuation High School, providing high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get back on track with credits to earn their high school diploma from Hare or their home high school. We serve students from all seven GGUSD high schools. With small class sizes, highly trained staff, and a caring atmosphere, Hare provides its students with both academic and socio-emotional supports to graduate ready for their next step into either college or career.

Hare High is a PBIS School, where Hare Huskies are a PACK - We Persevere. We are Attentive, Cooperative, and Kind. Hare High School received Silver recognition status from the California PBIS Coalition in 2019 for our implementation of PBIS. We have also been named a California Model Continuation High School, a three-year title, both in 2016 and 2019.

We provide a variety of enriching and helpful classes, activities, and programs for our students including:

  • Graphic Design and Med Core CTE classes are offered throughout the day.
  • Dual Enrollment Courses, where students receive both high school and college level credits due to our partnership with Golden West College.
  • Our ASB is very active in the community, and partners with OCDE’s “Friday Night Live”, participating in leadership training opportunities and community service
  • Our video production class produces a weekly series called "Top Dawg," where students are responsible for writing, producing and filming the show to broadcast to our student body
  • Hare High works closely with "Project Kinship," a non-profit organization who provides Restorative Practice Intervention Services for our students
  • GGUSD's Infant and Toddler program is housed at Hare High School, providing free of charge child care for students in our district that have children

We are especially proud to recognize our students for their successes at multiple times throughout the year. Each week, we recognize our "Top Dawg," who is randomly selected from a list of teacher nominations. We also recognize our student of the quarter, where one student is selected from a list of teacher nominations who demonstrated strong academic performance, as well as embracing all elements of the "PACK." In addition, each quarter we award students with Husky Honor Roll, for students who achieve a GPA of 3.0 to 3.49, and Principal's Honor Roll, for students who earn a GPA of 3.5 to 4.0. Quarter Nominees and Principal Honor Roll students are also invited to an awards celebration.

Hare High also offers a variety of parent workshops throughout the year with information on FAFSA applications and a 10 Parent Educational Commandments workshop series.
 
Hare High is committed to preparing students for a successful transition into college or career! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please visit our office.