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Our Purpose

Upon graduation, Happy Camp High School students will be college and career ready. Our mission is to prepare students to meet that goal by providing a positive environment with useful tools for life-long learning and productivity.

Staff Appreciation

Carissa Bussard - English, PE teacher

Spring 2016

Recent Events

We've done it again!!

Happy Camp High School was recently named as an 2015 Honor Roll School, and it was just released that we won our division in the California's Most Informed Schools competition! Take a look at this email, announcing our win: 


Hey Everyone,
Your school has won! We are excited to announce the results of California's Most Informed School competition which finished Friday night after 40 days of exploring.


The State Champions for Spring 2016 are:

  • Triple A -  JOHN F. KENNEDY (MT. DIABLO)

During the competition high school students from across California engaged with college & career webpages, exploring their future options. 


Here are some cool stats:

  • Over $2600.00 was earned by top schools
  • Students explored college websites over 8300 times
  • Over 500 students from 4 grades participated
  • Top individual points and California's Most Informed Students are:
    • AAA: College Park High School - Cole N., 24250 points, John F.  Kennedy - Lauren B., 22900 points
    • AA: High Tech High School - Ariana R., 18000 points, Ivy T., 14900 points
    • A: Happy Camp High School - Walter B., 7850 points
  • A shout out Happy Camp High School that came to the competition late but had the top point total of 211,450.
    • Nearly 100% of their students (59/60) were in the game
    • An outstanding 3524.17 points per students average was earned.



Our Teams Need Parent Volunteers

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Without Parent Volunteers we will have fewer opportunities for our athletes and enrichment opportunities. Come in to see Carol about being a volunteer driver. 

Today: 7/28/16

Helping Youth Succeed: A Guide for Parents and the Community

Includes Healthy Kids Survey Results