A Flight Above The Rest

 Where Thunderbirds Learn to Fly




Hinkley High School

Mission Statement

Students will be academically prepared for post secondary education, be socially prepared for life in the community, be personally prepared with a vision of their future, and possess the resources for a well balanced life.

Important Dates

November 26 - 28     NO SCHOOL


December 11     Choir Concert     6:30 - 8:30


December 18     Last Day Quarter 2


December 19 - January 4   WINTER RECESS



Restorative Justice





AMAZING T-BIRDS                                                                         


A World Class Athlete in our T-Bird Family!

Our very own Intahntea Hopson has been named a High School All-American for her performance in the Paralympic 200m this past year.  She is a truly amazing young woman who deserves this recognition for all of her hard work on the track and in the weight room these past 3 years.  In addition to this honor, she was also the State Champion in both the 100m & 200m, while running the 6th fastest time in the WORLD for her classification.  This coming year we expect even faster times as she sets her sights on the National Championships in July.  If you see her, please take a moment to congratulate her!Intahntea 


This year, we have two students who have been nationally recognized for their outstanding Academic Achievement.   


First, Salina Tesfay has been selected as a Semifinalist in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program.  She is one of only 1,600 Black American high school students in the nation who have been selected to compete for this, one of the most prestigious scholarships available in the country.


Second, Morgan Zugelder has been awarded the honor of being chosen as a scholar for the National Hispanic Recognition Program.  If you know or see either of these amazing students, please congratulate them!




Hinkley's debate team at North High School. We received the 9th, 8th, and 1st place speakers in the tournament!

debate 1 debate 2



"Sandwiches for the Homies"

Hinkley HS students and alumni took time out of their weekend Saturday to feed the homeless.

Feeding homeless




CONGRATULATIONS Kenneth Powell! You deserve a high five!  Kenneth was honored this season at a Rockies game by Wells Fargo for his outstanding academic achievement last school year.  Kenneth maintains a 4.0 GPA. Kenneth was nominated through “Men At Work” group. It was a proud moment for Kenneth. Way to go Kenneth!!!!

 kenneth Powell




Hinkley HS Artwork displayed in the district! Way to go ART classes!

Art displayed







Hinkley H.S. Community Garden

If you are interested in volunteering in our community garden please contact Jessica Olsen for more information.

Contact:    Jessica Olsen

 VP of Community Gardens for BRANCH


(970) 901-0885




 2014-2015 Student Handbook


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