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Contact Info
Phone:
Registrar's Phone 620-615-4110
Registrar's Fax: 620-615-4201
Fax: 620-615-4200
Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. to 3:24 p.m.
Address: 810 East 13th
Hutchinson, Ks 67501
Main Office: 620-615-4100


ATTENDANCE CALLS
Last Name A-F: 620-615-4119
Last Name G-O: 620-615-4117
Last Name P-Z: 620-615-4115

Principal: Ronn Roehm
Assistant Principal: Paula Rice (A-F)
Assistant Principal: Lance Lusk (G-O)
Assistant Principal: David L. Patterson (P-Z)

Hutchinson High School

Hutchinson High School serves approximately 1,400 students with more than 150 certified and classified staff members. The diverse student population offers many options on the paths to success. These options include an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, extensive Honors program, a wide range of vocational and technical classes and numerous elective courses.

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We have created an email address as a service to students and alumni who wish to request a transcript:
hhstranscripts@usd308.com 
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Athletic Physicals


If you plan to participate in a spring sports activity and have not gotten a physical yet, the form is available at www.kshsaa.org/Public/PDF/FORM-PPE.pdf..

For 2013-14 school year activities, the form will need to be filled out by your physician AFTER May 1, 2013.


HHS to apply for IB Career-Related Certificate


Hutchinson High School and the Career and Technical Education Academy have applied to become an International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate school as early as the 2014-15 school year.

Working with computerized mannequinHutchinson High School has been an International Baccalaureate school for nearly a decade, graduating its first full diploma students in 2006. IB is an academically rich and challenging curriculum. HHS students have the opportunity to take a portion or the entire curriculum. An IB diploma is accepted worldwide as evidence of educational excellence.

The IB Career-related Certificate prepares students to follow their chosen pathways in life. Specifically, HHS/HCTEA has applied to begin the IB Career-related Certificate Programme with the medical path.

The IBCC enables students to

  • Consider new perspectives,
  • Engage in learning that makes a positive difference,Taking vitals
  • Develop a combination of academic and practical skills,
  • Think critically/creatively in rapidly changing and global workplaces,
  • Communicate effectively,
  • Work both independently and collaboratively,

 And become self-confident individuals who are resilient and flexible.

The IBCC framework includes Diploma Programme courses, career-related studies and IBCC core classes.

If you are interested in the IBCC, please contact Todd Ray, IB director at HHS, at 620-615-4100.