Serving the Hayward, CA community since 1892                                                                                                                      Dave Seymour, Principal

HHS Top 10 * 2016

1 World Languages Cross New Borders Chinese joins World Languages department with Mandarin classes now offered; Spanish students travel to Spain led by Señora Ibarra.
2 Construction is in the Air (and Water) Bathrooms and ramp get makeover; Measure L plans materialize for Farmer Football stadium to be built this coming school year with STEAM building to follow; Mr. Pham's Physics classes design, build and skipper cardboard boats.
3 Tennis Revived After a 9 year absence, trailblazing students and Coach Chilcoat bring back Farmer tennis for girls and boys.
4 Building an Inclusive and Supportive Culture Breaking Free continues to build a culture of empathy and support; new Peer Assistance class provides peer-to-peer counseling while students bond at ropes course; GSA Day of Silence reminds student body to keep working towards inclusion; main office and attendance office provide welcoming, first-class customer service; students network with community partners at Puente's annual Grape Juice and Cheese event; Interact Club officers surpass individual goals, each accruing over 200 hours in community service while raising funds and awareness to combat human trafficking.
5 English Learners Advance English Language Learners reclassify in greater numbers for third year in a row with more ELs earning As and Bs and joining the honor roll compared to last year.
6 Athletics Ascends Girls soccer and boys baseball make NCS playoffs after multi-year drought; 1/3 of student body participates in at least one school sport; Jack Del Rio comes back home to coach the Oakland Raiders while continuing to support his Farmer alma mater; Sep Togiai catapults his way to state track finals, is named WACC Field Athlete of The Year and signs letter of intent to play football at Sac State; Alex Fifita signs with the Atlanta Falcons.
7 Class of 2016 Achieves: By the Numbers 97.7% of enrolled Seniors graduate on time; 14% graduation rate increase for African-American students; 108 Hayward High Seniors collect $246,733 in scholarships; 91% continue to higher education (55% to community college, 32% four-year university, 3% vocational/trade school); 8% will attend UC campus (all campuses except UCI), 19% a CSU; 71% completed FAFSA or Dream Application for public financial aid
8 College & Career Programs Expand Inaugural class of Farmers to Pioneers builds bridge from HHS to CSU East Bay; Biomedical Sciences Pathway debuts; Farmer Alumni in college come back to give back at annual College Talk; College Bound" continues to prepare students for college.
9 Staff Thrive Staff continuation rate for next year one of the highest in recent memory; Office Manager Dolores Fernandez and Counselor Judy Dixon celebrated for 38 years of service as retirement calls; Art Teacher Andy Knight recognized with Hayward Historical Society award; staff groove to "Uptown Funk" at DTR (view video).
10 Resources Increase with Technology Students activate Infinite Campus Portal and Google Apps for Education (GAfE) accounts; students visit Google headquarters in Mountain View; HHS becomes first school in area with its own mobile app for Android and mobile app for iPhone; school meets challenges of inaugural CAASP (Common Core) online state testing.

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Do you need help with next year's schedule?  Counselors will be available for drop-in office hours per the schedule here starting Friday, August 19.  Please see link below to view strict schedule change policy.


FALL Sports begin in August

Football: Aug 8th

Boys & Girls Cross Country, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball: Aug 15th


In order to tryout/participate please go to Athletics page and follow the 4 step registration process.


For information in regards to tryouts/practice schedule please contact individual teams coaches.


Please visit our Registration and Transcripts webpage for more information.


And, please be advised, all registrations are done by appointment only. Please contact our Registrar, Ms. Bennett, to schedule your appointment. Email:

Phone: 510-723-3170 ext. 61141



Please see below for registration packet pick up dates and times:


Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors, your packet pick up dates are August 15 & 16, 8:00-10:00 am and 5:00-7:00 pm.


Freshmen, your parent orientation and packet pick up date is August 17 at 9:00 am OR 5:00 pm


***And, don't forget, in order to pick up your packet, you MUST bring in proof of your current residential address, such as a utility bill. (PG&E, cable, garbage, water, etc.)


All completed packets must be returned Friday, August 19, and will be done in order, by ALPHA. Times are mandatory!

8:00-9:30 am: A-E

9:30-11:00 am: F-L

1:00-2:30 pm: M-R

2:30-4:00 pm: S-Z

Offices will be closed 11:30 am-1:00 pm. 


If you have additional questions, please visit our website or call our main office. 


Check out our AP, H, Acc webpage for all summer work.


If you need a work permit this Summer, visit the main office and speak to Mrs. Parra. Work permits will be issued Monday through Friday, from 9am-12pm. If you have additional questions, Mrs. Parra can be reached at extension 61103. 


Our main office will be open during the Summer, Monday through Friday, from 8am-3pm. 

Summer school office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am-1pm. 


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