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Healdsburg High School

Healdsburg Unified School District

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    covid-19 (nOVEL cORONAVIRUS) uPDATE

    Healdsburg Unified
    School District will suspend
    site-based learning
    at all schools beginning at Spring Break, from
    March 16 - May 1, 2020.


    Please click here for more information.
     

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    grab and go food 

    HUSD will provide grab and go meals during site closures due to COVID-19. All children
    ages 1 to 18 will receive a free breakfast
    and a free lunch at the following sites:

    Healdsburg High School  - 1024 Prince St.
    Healdsburg Elementary School - 400 First St.

    Monday-Friday
    March 23 – April 4, 2020
    9:00 am to 12:00 pm

    Question? Please contact Erika Mendoza at 707-431-3434 or erikamendoza@husd.com

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    About Our School

    Founded in 1888, Healdsburg High School remains the only comprehensive public high school within the Healdsburg City limits and, as such, is a cornerstone of the community.

    Through commitment, collaboration, and pride, Healdsburg High School is built on rich traditions and a strong school culture that values individual expression, cultural diversity, and academic excellence. Healdsburg High School is known for its welcoming atmosphere, dedicated staff, rich programs, student leadership, and safe environment. 

    Healdsburg High School is committed to holding high standards, to educating the whole child, and to ensuring that all students meet their potential. We offer courses to meet a wide range of abilities and interests. Academically advanced students are encouraged to challenge themselves by taking Advanced Standing (AS) and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. In addition, we offer a complete high school program, which includes college preparatory courses and a variety of community supported programs, such as an FFA Agricultural Science Program and CTE courses in Digital Multi-media, Automobile Technology, Engineering, Construction, and Culinary Arts. 

    HHS supports the intellectual and social growth of all students, encouraging and preparing them to reach their full potential and to be contributing citizens in an ever-changing world.