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Welcome to Harper Creek High School

June 13, 2024
Commencement Photos Are Now Available

Photos from our 2024 Commencement are now available! Please visit Hollis Conway Photography | GotPhoto . The code to access the gallery is: HCGraduation2024.  Images can be downloaded for free. There is a small charge to order prints that will be drop shipped directly to you .  Enjoy!

June 13, 2024
Yearbooks!

Class of 2024!!! We have extra yearbooks just for you.  Get your freshman-junior years at REDUCED prices.  Stop in the main office to purchase your copy.  While supplies last.

District News

Summer Activities at Harper Creek

Take a look at what is going on this summer at HCCS. 

Open Campus Lunch 

Our seniors have earned the privilege of having an open campus lunch IF the following criteria have been met:

  • Passing all classes,

  • No incidents of ISS or OSS,

  • and have signed parent consent form.

These 12th grade students can leave campus during their scheduled lunch period. Our 12th grade students have been notified, and permission slips are available in the office. Once the form is signed and returned, they will be allowed to leave during their scheduled lunch period. If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office at 269-441-8450. 

Daily Announcements

Harper Creek Men's Tennis 2024

The start of the season is August 12th.  You can bring your physical on the first day of practice or turn it into the athletic office prior to that day.  August 12-15 Practices will go from 8-11.  Bring water, sunglasses, hat/visor, and sunscreen with you to practice.  Facebook: Harper Creek High School Men's Tennis Team.  New athletic website: https://harpercreekhighschool.bigteams.com/ . Remind Class Name: Harper Creek Men's Tennis - Remind Code: @4fgbked . 

Thursday May 30

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Wednesday May 29

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Tuesday May 28

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Friday May 24

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Stop the Silence. Help end the Violence.

All of us can be the eyes and ears of the community and ensure that our children are safe. I encourage everyone—students, staff, parents, and community members— to report potentially harmful or criminal acts using OK2SAY.

To submit a confidential tip:

Suicide & Crisis Hotline Call or Text 988

Harper Creek High School Counselors make every effort to meet the academic, postsecondary, and social emotional needs of every single student at HCHS. We aim to do this by providing individual, small group, and classroom counseling sessions to students across diverse topics as frequently as possible. School Counselors will work with students and parents on scheduling, navigating the complexities of postsecondary planning, career exploration, and managing personal issues. 

School Counselors will also help students to complete their Educational Development Plans (EDP's), provide recommendations, offer occupational guidance, help students to locate information relevant to their plans after high school, and assist with scholarship information. In addition, we are here to assist students with other matters such as: attendance, organization, and motivation. While we do not provide long term psychotherapy, we can help provide referrals to local mental health organizations. 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have!

Counselors

Elizabeth Vernon
Email: vernone@harpercreek.net


Amanda May
Email: maya@harpercreek.net
 

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Local Resources for Students and Families

Below are some state-wide emergency and after-hours resources that students and families may find helpful. 

Summit Point
Summit Pointe Intensive Crisis Stabilization Team
24/7 Crisis Line (269) 441-5945 or 1-800-632-5449 for urgent mental health needs

The Department of Human Services (DHS)
1-800-942-4357
Personnel staffing the statewide DHS number will connect the mandated reporter to the local county DHS office for purposes of reporting the suspected or actual child abuse/neglect directly to the local DHS for investigation.

Common Ground Crisis Line
1-800-231-1127

Listening Ear Crisis Hotline
517-337-1717

Michigan Assault Hotline
1-800-NO-MEANS-NO

Michigan Parent Help Line
1-800-942-4357

RAPLine (Michigan Runaway Assistance Program)
1-800-292-4517

National Resources for Students and Families

Below are some national emergency and after-hours resources that students and families may find helpful. 

Emergency: 911

Referral services: 211 | 211.org

Suicide Prevention (United States): 1-800-273-TALK (8255) | 988lifeline.org

Suicide Prevention (International): befrienders.org

Self-Injury/Cutting: 1-800-366-8288 | selfinjury.com

Eating Disorders: 1-800-931-2237 | nationaleatingdisorders.org

Runaway Hotline: 1-800-231-6946 | 1800runaway.org

Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453 | childhelp.org/hotline/

Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 | rainn.org

Domestic/Relationship Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 | thehotline.org

Trevor Hotline for LGBTQ Youth: 1-866-488-7386 | thetrevorproject.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: SAMHSA National Helpline

Other resources for developing healthy lifestyles, including mental and emotional help: helpguide.org

Crisis Text Line: Text "HOME" to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. Free 24/7

 

Pathfinder

Pathfinder is a free tool that provides information to students, their parents, and guidance staff to make informed choices about educational and career options.

Report an Absence

Call 269-441-8477

Grades

9th - 12th Grade

Office Hours

7:00 AM  -  3:30 PM

Student Hours

Full Day
7:45 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.

Half Day
7:45 a.m. - 10:50 a.m.

Early Release
7:45 a.m. - 1:40 p.m.

School Map

 


Parent Information Requests

Parents have a right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher(s) and where appropriate, the paraprofessionals working with their child.  Requests are to be made in writing to the building principal.