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).
An annual survey of students in grades 4, 7, 10 and 12, their parents and school staff administered since 2002 in British Columbia public schools. (Click on the image above to access the survey)
The Survey was developed with input from partner groups, experts in educational measurement and special education, and teachers of early grades. Each year feedback from participants is considered in order to improve the survey questions and features.
Parents may access login information if you contact the school: email@example.com
Principals have password secured access to their school's interim reports immediately after the surveys are completed from www.bced.gov.bc.ca/sat_survey/results.htm Public reports are subsequently provided at www.bced.gov.bc.ca/reporting/
Food Hampers were delivered to Station X for Christmas - THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE HATZIC COMMUNITY for your generosity in helping out the less fortunate of our community!
In the New Year, we will be announcing the Homeroom which collected the most items for the food drive, and that Homeroom will be having a Pizza Lunch!
The Senior Girls Team finished 9th in this year's BC School Sports AA Provincial Championships. They competed with the top 16 teams from the province, and played extremely well. Click on the link to visit the website with more information on the official tournament results: VOLLEYBALL PROVINCIALS
Congratualtions on a fantastic year Girls, and thank you to the parents and staff for your support this season!
Please click on the Youtube link to view the "Affects More Than You" video produced by Miss Gregoris and Hatzic's Theater 12 class. Please note the serious message regarding driving responsibly that is expressed by our Senior students to all who watch the video. The contest winners will be announced November 27th, and the top prize is $6000. The more views, the better our chances of winning a prize!
Thank you Mrs. Lewington's Art Class for the wonderful murals that now adorn our Main Hallway and the West Wing of the school.
Parents - Please remember to call the office at 604.826.3651 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 or at the School District Transportation Department located at 7152 Horne Street (next to Liquidation World).
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.
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
March 13 - Dry Grad Bottle and Battery Drive (10am-2pm)
March 17-21 - Spring Break (Students not in session)