A Flight Above The Rest

 Where Thunderbirds Learn to Fly


ON A MISSION

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

April 9 - Parent Teacher Conferences

April 28 - ACT Test Day

May 19 - Graduation - 2pm

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ENERGY CONSUMPTION

 

Click Here to go to Hinkley's DASHBOARD

 


 Graduation Information (PPT)

Senior Will Example - click here


 

SPRING NEWSLETTER

 


 

AMAZING T-BIRDS    

 

APS FOUNDATION

Scholarship Winners 

Bob Caviness Scholarship

Damian Lopez damian

Gerkin Family Expository Writing Scholarship

  Salina Tesfay Salina Tesfay

Jack Knapp Memorial Scholarship

Maribel Ramirez  maribell

                


 

 

Daniels Fund Scholarship Winners 

 

Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded the prestigious Daniel's Fund Scholarship. The Daniels Scholarship Program is a four-year annually-renewable college scholarship for graduating high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership, and a commitment to serving their communities.  WAY TO GO T-BIRDS!!!

 

OscarBriones Victor Mendez Salina Tesfay
Oscar Briones Victor Mendez Salina Tesfay

 

In addition to being a Daniels Scholarship Winner, Salina has also advanced to the finalist round for the Gates Millennium Scholarship which will afford her the opportunity to continue on to graduate level study. In addition she has been accepted into Brown University and its Program in Liberal Medical Education.  This program is a “combined baccalaureate-MD program in the Ivy League and a major route of admission to the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.”

For more information about the Daniel's Fund click HERE.


 

 

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY WINNERS

 

Some of our T-Birds demonstrated academic excellence at the National History Day competition March 14th with 2 Honorable mentions, 6 finalists and 2 of those advanced to the last round May 2nd to determine who will represent Colorado at the National Competition in Maryland this summer.

 

HONORABLE MENTION:

Jazmin Cordova and Kevin Martinez earned special recognition for "professor-like" presentations on Anita Hill and Chairman Mao

FINAL ROUND
:

Tania Rodriguez and Massiel Moncada- Group Exhibit on Rodolfo Gonzales

Tiye Garrett Mills -  Website on Patrice Lumuba and the Congolese Nationalist Movement 

Abuid Garcia - Individual paper on Benito Mussolini’s Military Failures and Legacy 

Tanadeeba Gbi-U was a Documentary finalist (John Lewis)

 

ADVANCED:

Jasmine Tanguy, Sandra Appiah, Miriam Jimenez- 3rd place: Group Exhibit on Oskar Schindler's Trail to Success

Abena Antobre - 3rd place Individual Exhibit on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment


A T-BIRD MEETS THE PRESIDENT!

Tiye Garrett-Mills was chosen to share her science fair project (completed before arriving at Hinkley) with President Obama! Take a moment to congratulate her on her amazing accomplishment!Pres pic


 

 

Hinkley H.S. Community Garden

Next workday will be Saturday April 18, 9 am - Noon.

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

Contact:    Jessica Ponder

  VP of Community Gardens for BRANCH

jessica.ponder@ucdenver.edu

branch4health@gmail.com

 

 


 

 2014-2015 Student Handbook

 

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