Ha:ṣan Preparatory & Leadership School is designed to serve as an academically rigorous, bicultural, and community-based high school for Native youth.
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    10am-2pm

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  • 16 Sep

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 09 Oct

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    Monthly governing board meeting.

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  • 18 Nov

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 16 Dec

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 20 Jan

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 17 Feb

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 17 Mar

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 21 Apr

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 19 May

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 16 Jun

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 21 Jul

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 18 Aug

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 15 Sep

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 20 Oct

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 17 Nov

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 15 Dec

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 19 Jan

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 16 Feb

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • 15 Mar

    Monthly governing board meeting.

  • New Student & Freshmen Orientation
  • Good morning.
    Good morning.

    Our kids are doing very well here and are digging it.  All the students in the conference vote on a leader of the day each day.  Elyssa won day 2 and Gabby won day 3 in addition to winning first prize in a personal finance activity.   They did presentations on their clan banners yesterday, and I have footage all of them doing their prepared piece.  Aiden's was great.  

     

     

  • Ha:san 2014 Orientation

     

     The New Students & Freshmen Orientation
     Saturday, August 23, 2014
    10am - 2pm
    at HPLS campus
    Come and join our upcoming event. There will be a tour around the school and also snacks!
    For more information, please call the school at (520)882-8826
     
  • Ha:san Tas 2013

    Ha:san Tas in a school event that brings everyone together. It's also the time to share, play traditional games, sing traditional songs, and get to know our Himdag. For fun, each grade competes with each other in games such as "Toka" (Women's traditional game) or "Wuicuda" (Men's traditional game). It's a time of becoming a family and during the event our new Mr and Miss Ha:san are crowned. 

  • Our new Mr Ha:san 2013-14
    Our new Mr Ha:san 2013-14

    Mr Ha:san Dewey Francisco 

  • Our new Miss Ha:san of 2013-14
    Our new Miss Ha:san of 2013-14

    Miss Ha:san Ashley Bailey

15 Aug 2014

Intertribal Youth Gathering

Intertribal Youth Gathering - Saturday Aug 16, 9am to 5pm at the Pascua Yaqui Wellness Center:

Discussions and workshops about education, experiences with school, alcohol/substance abuse, stereotypes and bullying, young men's/young women's perspectives. Icebreakers. Live art. Open Mic. Breakfast and Lunch provided!

14 Aug 2014

BACK TO SCHOOL

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

 

14 Aug 2014

New Student & Freshmen Orientation

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 from 10am-2pm

 

19 Jun 2014

Ha:san 2014-2015 Enrollment Packet

Click Here to download the Ha:san 2014-2015 Enrollment Packet

Click Here to download the Free & Reduced Lunch Application

18 Jun 2014

Welcome to Ha:san fishies!

This aquaponic garden is a collaborative effort between the Universtiy of Arizona's Early Outreach Program and Ha:san. All classes will have the ability to take part in this experience and teachers are encouraged to create lessons involving our new aquaponic garden. We want to thank the U of A for partnering with us to bring this educational tool to our campus.

 

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  • Bell Schedule 2013-2014

    This year Ha:ṣañ has modified its bell schedule.
    The regular class schedule is as follows:

  • Focus School Information

    Dear Parent/Legal Guardian:

    In July 2012, Arizona was granted a Flexibility Request under the provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), formerly known as No Child Left Behind, which allows Arizona flexibility in designing and implementing a school accountability system.
    The purpose of the Flexibility Request is to improve educational opportunities for all children attending a Title I school.

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  • Impact AidForms

    Impact Aid forms have been sent out, please complete both sides of the form and return to Ha:ṣañ as soon as possible.

  • Ha:ṣañ SportsForms

    To participate in sports the following forms need to be filled out and returned to Ha:ṣañ

    Click Here to view sports forms

Student / Parent Portal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PowerSchool for Parents and Students Apps Now Available!

New Online Menus With nutrition information

Donate

Here’s how to make your donation:

 Tax Credit Donation Brochure

 

Contact Us

1333 E 10th St.
Tucson AZ 85719
United States

Phone (520) 882-8826
Phone 1-888-84HASAN
Fax (520) 882-8651
schoolinfo@hasanprep.org

Who We Are

A bicultural public high school designed for Tohono O'odham youth and Native students interested in a college prep curriculum sponsored through the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools

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