A Flight Above The Rest


"A Flight Above the Rest"




College and Scholarship Information HERE



Construction on our building addition started in early December and will continue throughout the spring semester.


Please be assured that there will be no disruption to student learning. However, construction has had an impact on traffic and parking. Because of this, traffic during peak hours will be more congested than usual.


Student and staff safety is a top priority at Hinkley and I would like to remind students, staff and parents to continue to exercise caution when in our parking lot.


As a reminder, we ask every driver to make only a right-hand turn when exiting Hinkley’s parking lot between the hours of 7:00 - 8:00 am and 3:00 - 4:00 pm.


We look forward to the new improvements at our building and appreciate your patience during our bond-funded construction project!


Prepare Your Students for State Testing

Many of our students will participate in state testing this spring. Participation is important because results help students, parents and teachers understand whether students have mastered the content they need to know by the end of the school year to be on track for college and career success. Please help your students prepare to do their very best on these upcoming assessments.

To view the testing letter and related information, please visit aurorak12.org/testing.


Prepare a sus hijos para las pruebas estatales

Muchos de nuestros estudiantes participarán en las pruebas estatales durante esta primavera. La participación es importante porque los resultados ayudan a los estudiantes, padres de familia y maestros, a comprender si los estudiantes han dominado los contenidos que deben saber para el final del año escolar, para así estar preparados para el camino a la universidad y una carrera.  Por favor ayuden a sus hijos a prepararse y que tengan su mejor desempeño en las pruebas que vienen.

Para leer la carta sobre las evaluaciones estatales, y toda la información relacionada, acuda al sitio: aurorak12.org/testing.


Bella Boutique is based in Denver, Colorado and is the region’s leading provider of free dresses to area teens that otherwise would not be able to afford a gown.  If you are in need of a Free Prom Dress please see Ms Gallington (2306), Ms Birdie (bookkeeper), or Ms Cathy or Ms TJ (main office) for more information.

If you are interested in pursuing a business career registration is now open for JA Business Week. This  program is a one-of-a-kind summer program that lets high school students experience the business world, develop leadership skills and focus on their futures. It will be held at Johnson & Wales University in June. To learn more visit: www.JABusinessWeek.org


Click HERE to learn about the internship opportunity at Children’s Hospital/Denver Health, for sophomores interested in the health care field. This internship program is phenomenal! See Ms. Lopez if you need help submitting your application.

The Medical Career Collaborative (MC2) program propels high school students toward careers in healthcare through hands on experiences and professional development opportunities. If you are interested in applying click here for more information.

Are you struggling emotionally? Do you need help?

When you don't know where to start, START HERE.

If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use or emotional help for yourself or someone you know—start here. Colorado Crisis Services provides confidential and immediate support, 24/7/365. If you are in crisis or need help dealing with one, call this toll-free number 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.

When you call  the Colorado Crisis Services Center, you will be connected to a trained crisis counselor. We offer translation services for non-English speakers, we engage in immediate problem solving, and we always make follow-up calls to ensure you receive continued care.

Receive Help in Person:

Aurora Walk-in Crisis Services
2206 Victor St.
Aurora, CO 80045

After School Tutoring is happening daily from 3:30-5:00pm, Monday through Thursday in the media center. This is a great way for all students to get help on classroom assignments, homework and upcoming projects. Don't wait until the end of the quarter to try to catch up! 


Fitzsimons Credit Union is committed to helping the youth in our community pursue higher education by offering five scholarships annually. A non-renewable scholarship may be awarded to one graduating senior from each of the five Aurora public high schools: Click Here for more information!




Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Want to hang out with other students who are?  Join HOSA – the club for FUTURE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS.  We compete in events such as Biomedical Debate, Career Displays, Medical Math, Medical Terminology and Medical Spelling, just to name a few!   Questions – See Mrs. Mumford-Hartley or Ms. Van Gundy.

Do you need to get involved??? Well then join a Club or support your class!!!
HERO Club will be meeting     *After school on Tues. in Rm 2513 (3:30-4:30) 

Art/Photo Club will be meeting  *After school on Thurs. in Rm 2306 (3:30-4:30) 

The Junior Class will be meeting in room 2306 *During Lunch (B-Lunch) on Wed.

Hey all you T-Bird Chess Ninjas! Chess Club starts THIS WEEK on Thursday after school! Just come to Room 2312 from 3:30-5:30 to hone your skills!

The Latino club meets on Tuesdays  afterschool from 3:30 to 4:30 in Thompson's room, 2218.


The Lunch Bunch - Come learn about how to transition into high school and make these two first years as successful as possible! We meet in the College and Career Center at LUNCH! -  click here for more information

The Film Club meets every other Wednesday in room 2220 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Stop by if you are interested in joining us!