Hinkley High School

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Hinkley Mission Statement

Students will demonstrate positive character and will be academically and socially prepared to successfully participate in our community and the ever-changing world.

Los estudiantes demuestran carácter positive y estarán académicamente y socialmente preparados para participar con éxito en nuestra comunidad y el mundo en constant cambio.

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Hinkley High School is excited to announce the date, time, and place of our graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021

Football: Hinkley gets $10,000 donation, surprise virtual visit with Broncos’ Drew Lock

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Celebrate the Class of 2021

As you are aware, last year's graduation ceremonies were vastly shut down due to the pandemic. We are encouraged to see that this year, with adjustments made, we may be able to celebrate the achievements of our students this year. Families are still looking for their own way to celebrate their graduate through yard signs to display. We at DR Photo were able to meet those needs last year, and are continuing this again this school year.


Families, we have partnered with DR Photo to offer families yard signs and banners to celebrate your graduate. If you would like to order a sign or banner please use the link below.

https://www.prepaysystems.com/view/Z8Nseej3/dr-grad-no-session


DR Photo also offers families graduation portrait sessions. You can schedule a private session at their Littleton studio by following the link below.


https://www.prepaysystems.com/scheduling/WEBs1GO9:dr-cap-and-gown-portraits


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April EPAC Meeting


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Summer Opportunities

2021 Alliance Summer Institute's

Applications are OPEN

Take a moment and check-out some Amazing Summer Opportunities

Online Application now open for the:


Alliance 2021 Women in Construction Management Virtual Summer Program

Wednesday, June 2 – Saturday, 5, 2021

Construction Managers work in dynamic teams to take the designer’s vision and make it a reality. This four-day virtual program is for up to 25 high school women interested in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC). Each day participants will engage with professional women representing AEC industries as well as college mentors to work on building their confidence while developing an understanding of construction management and the related career opportunities a post-secondary education offers.

Institute Info:

  • Must be between 15 and 18 years old at time of Institute

  • Must have access to computer or laptop & reliable internet

  • Explore career opportunities in the construction industry

  • Meet successful women in the construction industry

  • Build confidence & have fun!

The 2021 Application is available on our website now





2021 Alliance VIRTUAL Summer Institute Natural Resources STEM Institute:

COLORADO PLAINS TO PEAKS

June 7 - 11, 2021

The Alliance/Warner College Natural Resources STEM Institute is a week long summer program for high school students entering grades 10 and 11 in Fall 2021

The goals of the Alliance Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Institute are to implement virtual activities in Natural Resources to expose high school students to natural resource concepts, and to provide teamwork and leadership opportunities. Students will get a virtual collegiate experience with college student mentors. The program will virtually immerse students in the ecosystems of Northern Colorado from the grassy plains to high mountain peaks and include virtual instruction.

Experience will include:

  • Virtual experience working with CSU scientists and students

  • Expert advice on applying to college, including admission requirements, financial aid, housing, and careers

  • Certificate of Completion

• Exposes students to STEM concepts through virtual learning

• Develops team work and leadership skills

• Encourages students to continue their education beyond high school

This summer we will be using the CSU SLATE online application process: Please use this link to apply, by March 1, 2021:

https://connect.colostate.edu/register/?id=ca16252e-6e00-48d9-8746-672e2d24f014



Alliance Summer Institute Zoetis Veterinary Perspectives Virtual Institute

Monday, June 7 – Friday, June 11, 2021

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is excited to offer a weeklong virtual summer program designed for high school students interested in careers in veterinary medicine. Students will interact with clinicians, college professors, and CSU student mentors as they delve into animal anatomy and physiology. Other topics covered include the exploration of the veterinary profession and pathways into veterinary medicine. Students will also experience virtual learning in specimen dissection labs, virtual reality labs, and suture clinics. This experience also includes insights about college life, the college application process, and financial aid.

  • Virtual experience working with CSU scientists and students

  • Expert advice on applying to college, including admission requirements, financial aid, housing, and careers

  • Participants will interact virtually with peers and college student mentors.


This summer we will be using the CSU SLATE online application process: Please use this link to apply: https://connect.colostate.edu/register/?id=4b698473-2313-42eb-958c-a529523fc9e3

Application Process: Complete applications by March 1, 2021 to New 2021 Alliance Summer Institute Zoetis Pre-Veterinary Virtual Discovery Institute


2021 Alliance Summer Virtual Institute

SOCIAL JUSTICE THRU THE ARTS

Monday, June 14 – Thursday, June 17, 2021

This summer institute will teach basic social justice concepts through arts-based practices. Participants will integrate all they have learned by working with feature artist Eric Aoki to create an art piece from a social justice framework. Students collaborate alongside CSU faculty, students, and community educators through teambuilding, intercultural dialogue, and collaboration across differences, nurturing individual and collective voice, and fostering community dialogue by emphasizing skills that promotes social justice advocacy. In the process they not only learn what a career in the arts through a social justice lens looks and feels like but also how the art fits into their lives and communities by addressing issues of equity, belonging, access, justice and how the creative process is a part of all of our stories.

Experience will include:

§ Experience working with CSU faculty and students through art-based practices.

§ Expert advice on applying to college, admission requirements, financial aid, housing, and careers

§ Certificate of Completion

This summer we will be using the CSU SLATE online application process: Please use this link to apply https://connect.colostate.edu/register/?id=91335fb2-4274-4535-9c23-4b0760cc9dae

For full consideration, completed applications are due March 1st on line to Dr. Caridad Souza: caridad.souza@colostate.edu