Hatzic Secondary is a comprehensive high school located in rural Mission, approximately 4 km east of the City of Mission, British Columbia, Canada. Overlooking the Fraser River with the Westminster Abby in the background, Hatzic Secondary is situated in a beautiful location. Our 800 plus students come from both city and rural areas, bringing with them diverse educational interests and challenges. Our academic year is from September to June with students in Middle School (Grades 7 - 9) and Grad Program (Grades 10 - 12).
The Hatzic Volleyball Leadership class is selling “The Great Little Coupon Book” as a fundraiser for their program. The coupon book is full of great deals from A&W to Mission Springs to golfing and more! The cost of the book is only $10.00 and will pay for itself with just one use! “Click here” to check out the coupon book offers, ….. and “click here” if you would like to place an order.
We thank you for your support - The Volleyball Leadership Class
Today, the emergency fire and ambulance required access to Hatzic Middle Secondary's front field. There was an accident, unrelated to the school, that required an Air Ambulance helicopter to utilize the field. Students and staff were instructed to remain in the school during this time, and everyone showed their H.E.A.R.T. and responded with care and respect. Well done Hatzic!
Attention GRADE 12 students and parents. The next DRY GRAD meeting will be on Wednesday, October 15th, at 7pm. The meeting will be held at Hatzic's Library.
Homework Club is up and running! Students will be able to access homework club in the Aboriginal Room on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A late bus will promptly pick students up at 4:30pm.
Please note that Tuesday, October 14th Homework club is CLOSED, but late buses will be running.
Order forms are still available in the office if you wish to purchase a photo package.
Thank you to all Grade 7 parents and middle schoolers who attended a fun and fantastic evening. If you were not able to attend, the following link will direct you to the Prezi presented that night: Prezi. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Administration.
The GW Cooke Awards Presentation at the Clarke Theatre is rescheduled for November 17.
The following update to Parents and Guardians can be viewed by clicking on the following link: September 2, 2014
Please click on the following link to view the previous news letter from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Bill Fletcher: Link to letter. For further informaiton, please go to: http://bcparentinfo.ca/latest-news
Please download a copy the 2014-2015 Grad Transitions document in the GRADUATION tab.
Parents - Please remember to call the office at 604.826.3651, within 48 hours, if your child will be absent, or if your child has an appointment. Any student that does not have a parent's permission to be excused will be marked away with an unexcused absence. Also, please take note that we DO NOT accept email or text messages, a parent must call in.
When registering, please bring a copy of the student's last report card, a birth certificate and a document containing your address (proof of residency)with you. Registration Forms may be found here and course selection forms may be found here.
Families are advised that registration of students who will be seeking bus transportation must do so, in person at the School District Office at 33046 Fourth Avenue during regular business hours 8:00am – 4:00pm M-F. If you are unavailable during those hours, alternate arrangements can be made by calling 604.826.6286 ext. 3246
Students that qualify to use district transportation services but who have not registered by June 30th will not be guaranteed a seat on a bus. Any registrations received after the June 30th deadline will incur a 20% surcharge fee.
Parents/guardians are advised to listen to one of the following radio stations for updates on weather conditions, with winter weather approaching:
Decisions about school schedules and bus route changes are almost always made in the early morning before school. This allows for the most current weather information to factor into the decision. This information is communicated immediately, generally before 6:30 a.m., using the methods above.
Students may use these devices before school, after school and during the lunch hour. Devices may not be permitted in the classroom without teacher permission.
Hatzic Middle Secondary School
34800 Dewdney Trunk Rd
Mission, BC V2V 5V6
email: Shirley Gibson
Grades 10 - 12
email: Andrew Merry
Grades 7 - 9
email: Wayne Chow
Year at a Glance
October 13 - Thanksgiving
October 15 - Dry Grad Committee Meeting (7pm in the Library)
October 22 - Me to We in Vancouver
October 24 - Pro-D. Day
October 27 - Drop Everything & Read (12:30pm-12:50pm)
October 29 - Halloween Dance
October 27-31 - Spirit Week
November 3 - Photo Retakes
November 3 - Post Secondary Evening at HPSS
November 4 - Courtyard and Aboriginal Garden Opening
November 7 - PAC meeting (9am in Cafeteria)
November 27 - Parent-Teacher Conferences
June 5 - Hatzic Prom
June 13 - Hatzic Commencement