Hagerman Junior & Senior High School

150 Lake Street West   |   Phone: 208-837-4572   |   Fax: 208-837-6502


Welcome back High School Students!

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Spring Semester 2022 Schedule

There are 2 learning options this year for the 2021-22 school year:

  1. Students can attend full-time at Hagerman JH/HS.
  2. Students K-8 can attend online home school through Hagerman Joint Virtual School with Venture Upward

What is distance learning? 

Distance learning is when students will be attending regular Hagerman JH/HS classes virtually from home. These will be requirements of distance learning students:

  1. Students will be required to be logged on their Chromebooks during regular class start times. If students are not in attendance on their Chromebooks when class begins, they will be marked absent/tardy. Students will fall under the tardy/absence policy of Hagerman JH/HS if they chose distance learning.
  2. Students will be required to submit and complete assignments as per the request of each Hagerman JH/HS teacher.
  3. If students do not have internet service at home, Hagerman JH/HS will do their best to find a service option for the student. Parents and students will be responsible for picking up and turning in assignments at the school. COMMUNICATION will need to be exercised during distance learning to ensure the success of the student.


We encourage students to be responsible and keep informed on important topics. Follow the link to learn more about the school handbook, Senior Projects, the technology handbook, graduation requirements, and more.

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Learn about registering your student with the Hagerman School District and become a Parent-Teacher Volunteer!

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For Hagerman Jr. & Sr. High Students

Programs at Hagerman Junior and Senior High School

Core knowledge is extremely important in every student’s development. Equally important is their ability to express themselves and learn new skills that might not otherwise be available. Click each title below to learn more about some of the electives we offer.

Every Wednesday after school, students are provided the opportunity to expand their artistic abilities by participating in the “After School Open Art Studio”. In addition to art, students come together to imagine, be creative and problem solve.

Student Survey 2020/21

Student Engagement Survey

Renaissance Reader

Renaissance’s Accelerated Reader program is a student-driven and teacher-guided program that engages students with quizzes and activities to help sharpen students’ reading skills with authentic practice - encouraging growth. 

Renaissance Star Reading, a comprehensive reading assessment tool, is ideal for in-person, remote, and hybrid instruction.

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Clever is a digital learning platform for K-12 schools--one friendly place for single sign-on, messaging, analytics, and more.

Among the applications we can log in to with clever are:

  • Google
    E-mail, Drive, Calendar, etc.
  • code.org
  • iStation
  • Kids Discover Online
  • Learning Farm
  • PBS Kids
  • Powerschool
  • Prodigy Game
  • Renaissance Place
  • Scratch
  • Sora (online library)
  • Tynker
  • Typing.com
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Senior Project

In addition to being required for graduation, your Senior Project is an opportunity for developing lifelong self-directed learning habits build on previous knowledge, skills, and interests.

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

Scholarships are ongoing throughout the year, please be sure to check back on a regular basis.  

Letters of recommendation are an important part of applying for scholarships.  Be sure to use this Personal Data Form to request a Letter of Recommendation from a teacher, counselor, coach, employer or community member.

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Dual Credit Courses

Hagerman High School strives to provide educational opportunities for students at all learning levels. One of these options is dual-credit courses through the College of Southern Idaho (CSI). A dual credit course is a college course taken by a high school student for which the student earns both college and high school credit; thus progressing towards a college degree while finishing high school and saving on the overall cost of their college education.

HHS has 5 teachers certified to teach dual credit courses, allowing students to earn 30+ college credits before they graduate from high school. The following dual credit courses are available for the 2020-21 school year:

  • AGRI 109: Principles of Animal Science
    Counts towards HS Elective and AG Degree
  • AGRI 201: Wildland Plant Identification
    Counts towards HS Elective and AG Degree
  • AGRI 126: Fundamentals of Geographical Information Systems
    Counts towards HS Elective and AG Degree
  • AGRI 180: Food System Science
    Counts towards HS Elective and AG Degree
  • AGRI 203: Principles of Range Management
    Counts towards HS Elective and AG Degree
  • ALLH 100: Introduction to Allied Health
    HS Elective course and Health Science Pathway
  • ALLH 101: Medical Terminology
    HS Elective course and Health Science Pathway
  • ALLH 160: Cultural, Historical, and Philosophical Concepts in Sport
    HS Elective course and Health Science Pathway
  • BIO 100: Concepts of Biology
    Counts towards HS Biology Credit and Health Science Degree
  • BIO 105: Human Structure and Function
    HS Science Elective course and Health Science Pathway
  • COMM 101: Fundamentals of Oral Communication
    HS Speech Credit and CSI Academic Certificate
  • ENGL 101: Writing and Rhetoric I
    HS Language Arts Credit and Academic Certificate
  • GNED: Introduction to General Education
    HS Elective course and CSI Academic Certificate
  • MATH 123: Math in Modern Society
    HS Elective course and CSI Academic Certificate
  • MATH 143: College Algebra
    HS Elective course and CSI Academic Certificate
  • MATH 153: Statistical Reasoning
    HS Elective course and CSI Academic Certificate

Note: Students can use IDLA classes as dual credit courses if they are recognized as such.

2020/2021 Student Handbook

The student handbook is written in an effort to share with you information, services, activities, and policies of operation in our school. The purpose of the procedures and regulations has been developed with the welfare of our students, parents, and staff in mind.

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Student Handbook

Student Graduation Sheet

Starting in the 9th grade, there are requirements that need to be completed prior to graduation.

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Four-Year Graduation Plan

This is a great resource to have to know what is required of Hagerman High School students.
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Parent/Student Laptop & Technology Handbook

It’s not a technology initiative...it’s a learning initiative...a 21st-century learning initiative

We believe that the essential skills need for students to be College and Career ready are:

  • Study Skills
  • Growth Mindset
  • Collaboration
  • Persistence
  • Ownership of Learning (student-centered)
  • Technology Proficiency
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For Hagerman Jr. & Sr. High Parents

Student Registration & Fees

Follow the link for a tool to help accurately calculate the registration fees for one student at a time. When you are ready to pay, please fill out this form (download here), and submit it with payment to the Hagerman Junior & Senior High School.
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Parent-Teacher Volunteers

Parent involvement is a great way to show your kids that you take an interest in their education; whether it be in elementary or jr/sr high school. It also sends a positive message to the student that you consider school a worthwhile cause.

Many schools are in the position to have to raise their own funds for activities.  Parent volunteers are essential to organizing and chaperoning fundraising events and other school activities.  

Even if you haven’t been involved in the past, it is not too late to start.  Contact your child’s teacher and/or school principal to discuss how you can volunteer today!


More Information About Hagerman Junior & Senior High

Fall Semester 2021 Schedule

High SchoolPeriod 1Period 2Period 3Period 4Period 5Period 6Period 7
Johnson12th LA11th LAPrep12th LA11th LAEng 101 DCSpeech
Henslee10th LAPrep9th LARem. 9-10 ELA Achieve10th LA9th LAYearbook/Journalism
PriebeInteractive MediaPersonal FinanceHS Computer Tech.HS Bus Apps.Web DesignJH ComputersPrep
MakiMath 123 DcGeometryAlgebra 1Math 143GeometryPrepAlgebra 1
StrongWorld HistoryPrep7th Idaho/US Hx.8th GeographyPoly Sci 101 DCUs HistoryUS History 111 DC
EasterdayALLH 100 DC (Health Occ.) (MW) ALLH 101 DC (Med Term) (T,TH)PhysSCI 9BIO 100 DC (College Biology)Bio 108th Science BAdminPrep
BrownWellness 100 (Yoga) DC8th JH Life TIme Sport - GirlsPrepLifetime FitnessLifetime FitnessWellness 255 (Health) DCBody Conditioning
ScottHS ArtHS ArtHS Art7th ArtELEMELEMPrep
GossiPrepModern BandELEMELEMxxxxxxx
Academy of Ag & Food Science
KnappPrepAGRI 203 Range DC10th AG9th AG/SpeechAG Leader/MechJH FSWelding
MartinPrepAGRI 180 Food Sci DC10th Food Sci.9th Food SciFood Sci.JH AGAGRI 180 Food Sci DC
Junior High School
Solosabal7th Science A7th Math C8th Math Rem7th Drama8th Science AWadsworth8th Life Skills
Brooks8th English A7th English A8th English B7th ELA Achieve7th Math BWadsworth7th Keyboarding/ Study Skills
Owsley8th Math A7th Math A8th Math B7th Sewing7th Math BWadsworth7th Keyboarding/ Study Skills
Wadsworth7th Science B
Pope8th JH Life Time Sports - BoysAlgebra 1WadsworthELEMELEMELEM
CSI - M/W ENGL 101 / 10:00 - 10:50 am ENGL 101
10:00 - 10:50 am
CSI - T/Th MATH 143 / 9:30 - 10:50 am MATH 143
9:30 - 10:50 am
CSI - T/W PSYCH 101 / 7:30 - 8:50 am PSYCH 101
7:30 - 8:50 am
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Bell Schedule

Period 1 8:00 - 9:00 /
60 minutes
Breakfast 9:00 - 9:15 /
15 minutes
Period 2 9:18 - 10:18 /
60 minutes
Period 3 10:21 - 11:21 /
60 minutes
Period 4 11:24 - 12:24 /
60 minutes
Lunch 12:24 - 12:54 /
60 minutes
Period 5 12:57 - 1:57 /
60 minutes
Period 6 2:00 - 3:00 /
60 minutes
Period 7 3:03 - 4:03 /
60 minutes