Mission Statement

The Mission of Haines City High School is to effectively engage students in the process of learning in order to ensure the opportunity for ALL students to graduate and become productive citizens.

Updated Student Sign Out Procedures

No Sign outs during the following times:

A Lunch: 10:45-11:13
B Lunch: 11:40-12:08
After 1:30pm

Please have your ID Ready.

Thank you.

Haines City Hornets

Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to the students that were selected to represent Haines City High School in the Youth Leadership Program.

Oluwotoyosi Adigun
Melanie Carvajal
John Crudo
Ashley Franco
Myles McCants
Aria McDaniel
Alyssa Moore
Stanley Pierre


Youth Leadership Program Candidates

The Youth Leadership Program is a prestigious program that allows students to gain knowledge about the city and state government. Students also learn valuable leadership and networking skills and opportunities. 14 students applied and were interviewed for the program yesterday and will find out if they were selected to be a part of the program by the end of the week. Here are a few pictures of the applicants and the goodies and décor put together by Becky Rhodes our Title I specialist! Please give these kids your support as they wait to hear back if they made it!


Student ID Replacement Reminder

This is a friendly reminder that student IDs must be worn at all times at Haines City High School. A replacement ID costs $5.00 each time a student must have another one printed. This amount is added as an obligation if the student can not pay the $5.00 on that day.


School Volunteer Background Check Fees to Increase Nov. 1

Starting Nov. 1, 2018, the price for Polk County Public Schools volunteer background checks will increase from $25 to $40.

To coincide with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, we’re tightening security measures to protect our students, faculty and staff. The increased price for background checks will include: a national background check, Social Security number verification, address verification, multiple name/alias check and terror watch list check.

Volunteers are required to reapply and renew their background check every five years from the date of their application approval.

As a benefit of the new system coming in November, volunteers will be able to apply and make payments online, and the application process will be faster and more efficient.

For now, those wishing to become an approved volunteer should visit www.polkschoolsfl.com/getinvolved, print an application, fill it out, and submit it to the school where you would like to volunteer.

Please see the attached flyer or visit https://tinyurl.com/ybhlb3dv for complete details.


Parent Survey

We would appreciate your feedback and/or input on our district Parent and Family Engagement Plan(PFEP).

You can review our DRAFT PFEP at the list link and then take a few minutes to complete the survey below.
Input on Polk District Parent and Family Engagement Plan

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Agradeceríamos su reacción y/o comentarios sobre nuestro Plan de Compromiso Paterno y Familiar (PFEP).

Puede revisar nuestro Bosquejo del PFEP en el enlace de la lista y luego tomarse unos minutos para completar la encuesta a continuación.
Comentarios sobre el Plan de Compromiso Paterno y Familiar


2016 – 2017 School Climate Survey Results

1741 Parent Climate Results
1741 Staff Climate Results
1741 Student Climate Results
1791 Parent Climate Results
1791 Staff Climate Results
1791 Student Climate Results


2017 Economic Security Report

Description – Department of Economic Opportunity’s economic security report of employment and earning outcomes.

http://www.beyondeducation.org/temp/ER_Report.pdf


School Public Accountability Report

The School Public Accountability Report is now available for review at the link below.

FLDOE SPAR