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Gallery Night

We cordially invite everyone in the Hazleton Area School District to visit the Hazleton Area High School, the Hazleton Area Career Center, and the Hazleton Area Academy of Sciences for its first annual Gallery Night. All visitors will have the opportunity to view students’ work, which will be displayed throughout the high school buildings, for all courses and subjects. We welcome everyone to visit between the hours of 6:30-8:00 PM on the following dates:

Monday, May 4, 2015 @ Hazleton Area Academy of Sciences

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 @ Hazleton Area High School and Hazleton Area Career Center

 
Class of 2015 


exclamation GRADUATION CAP& GOWNS:

Cap and Gown money is now overdue.  Please bring your payment to Mrs. Reggie in room 140 as soon as possible.  The cost of the gown is $14, cash or check. 

 
YEARBOOKS:

You may purchase your 2015 yearbook in the library! Yearbooks will be on sale for $70. Checks should be made payable to “Hazleton Area High School Yearbook.” Don’t miss out on this opportunity to preserve your treasured high school memories.

The date for Senior Portrait submissions has been extended to March 31. There is a list of portraits submitted to the yearbook outside of room 110 in the high school. If you have submitted a portrait to the yearbook, please check the list.

All seniors who purchase a yearbook before March 31 will have their name entered in a prom prize give away. At the end of the month we will be giving away a number of great prizes to students who have purchased a 2015 yearbook. Please purchase a yearbook to be eligible for this prom prize give away!

Yearbook staff is looking for your baby pictures! Seniors, please submit baby pictures for the “Guess Who” section of the yearbook. Photos may be emailed to Mrs. Caccese at her teacher email address or submitted in person to room 110.


     
 
 
Hazleton Area High School
Mission Statement
Through a dynamic partnership of educators, learners, and community members, Hazleton Area High School students will develop the skills necessary to become life-long learners in a culturally diverse community.
Individuals will be challenged to develop self-responsibility and to reach their highest potential in a safe and supportive environment using technology in a comprehensive curriculum.
 
 
 

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