At Archbishop Hannan High School we are preparing our students to make a difference in the world today by providing them with intellectual tools to transform the community right here and now. The student at Archbishop Hannan understands that academic discipline and achievement not only satisfies a report card, but satisfies a personal quest for success in life. We invite your child and entire family to visit our beautiful 21-acre campus and discover the Hannan Experience for yourselves. Consider the following opportunities for you and your child to learn more about Archbishop Hannan High School.
Spend Some Time at Our Open House
We invite you to join our students, faculty and staff for our Open House, Thursday, October 18, 2012. During this fun and informative evening you will have an opportunity to meet with the parents, administrators, teachers, coaches and students who bring Hannan to life everyday. They will gladly answer any and all of your questions. Various informational sessions allow your entire family to discover the distinct characteristics that define the mission and vision of Archbishop Hannan High School.
Schedule a Visit for Your Child
Our Shadow Day Program offers the prospective student a day to experience life as an Archbishop Hannan student. Hosted by our Student Ambassadors, the Shadow Day Program offers an additional opportunity for your child and family to make an informed decision regarding Archbishop Hannan High School. Click here for more information on our Shadow Day Program.
Learn About Our Academic Programs at Academic Information Night
Join us November 8, 2012 for an evening which will focus on the academic programs at Archbishop Hannan High School. Principal Fr. Charles Latour and Dean of Academics Dr. Donalyn Hassenboehler will present on topics of academics and curriculum in great detail.
Archbishop Hannan High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.