HUHS District Profile
HUHS District Profile

Hartford Union High School is one of ten union high schools in the state of Wisconsin, providing a comprehensive high school education to students in grades 9-12, and serves approximately 32,600 residents of the city of Hartford; the village of Neosho; the town of Erin; and a portion of the village of Richfield and towns of Addison, Ashippun, Hartford, Herman, Hubbard, Hustisford, Lebanon, Rubicon, and Theresa.

Our school district includes approximately 225 square miles in the beautiful Kettle Moraine area, with Holy Hill a dominant landmark. We offer the serenity of a rural setting, the advantages of a suburban high school, and close proximity to the cultural, educational, and entertainment advantages found in the Milwaukee urban area.

HUHS has a long tradition of Board of Education, teachers and staff, parents, administration, students, and community members working together to provide a quality education for all.


For more information about HUHS: http://www.schooldigger.com/go/WI/district/06120/search.aspx

Note: Those with inquiries on which school district they reside in should refer to their individual property tax records, which are available on the Dodge and Washington county websites.

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Fast Facts about Hartford Union High School District

Enrollment (2015-16):  1401

Graduates:
50% enrolled in four-year colleges & universities
15% enrolled in two-year & technical colleges
9% headed into employment

Highlights:

  • Offer 20 Advanced Placement Courses, 14 CLEP/Industry Certification Courses, and 12 Technical College Accredited Courses
  • A Level 3 Pacesetter School as described by the College Board for having greater than 10% of our student population complete an AP test with 60% or greater achieving a passing score
  • Every student has a resource hour, at the same time, where every teacher is available for further assistance, make-up work, etc
  • Every student has a flex-hour opposite their lunch that allows for intervention, extended teaching, or a short study hall
  • Freshmen and Sophomore students can meet required course offerings through a cohort model which pairs multiple classes together so that the curriculum can be offered in a more flexible and integrated approach

Mascot:  Ozzy

Nickname:  Orioles

Hours:  7:25am - 2:45pm

  • Hartford Union High School District
  • 805 Cedar Street, Hartford, WI 53027
  • Phone: 262-670-3200 • Fax: 262-673-8943