Influenza (Flu)

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has notified the school district that any students or staff members diagnosed with influenza will need to be isolated for 7 days from the time of the onset of symptoms. If your child is diagnosed with the flu, or you are a staff member diagnosed with the flu, please check in with your school nurse to determine when it is appropriate to return to school.

If you would like more information about seasonal influenza, visit the Kansas Department of Health and Environment by clicking HERE!


Parent-Teacher Conferences

Haysville High School Recognized as a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools Award Winner!

Tri-City Receives the Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase School AwardWith this award, the Flippen Group seeks to recognize and celebrate schools that go the extra mile each day, building an environment where students and staff feel safe and connected.


Our New Building is Open!

How has the new school impacted the students?

This video, assembled from over 19,600 images taken by our Arecont security camera, DJI drone aerial video, and Principals' interview footage, addresses the positive impact the new facility has on the students. This project was made possible by the passing of the 2015 bond election.

Produced by students Cole & Jordan of the Campus High School 060 Team.


HHS students will continue to benefit from the strong partnership which exists between HHS and WATC as we continue to offer Dual Credit College English for college credit and concurrent credit for Senior English. We will also offer College Algebra for dual credit in the Spring. College English, which will begin at the start of the second nine-weeks on October 23rd is taught by Mrs. White, and will end on December 20th. Dr. Gross is our instructor for College Algebra which will begin on January 5th. College Algebra unlike College English lasts for 18 weeks. Both courses, through WATC, are part of the Kansas Board of Regents Seamless Transfer System and are guaranteed to transfer to public Kansas colleges and universities. The cost of these courses is a very affordable $69 per credit hour ($207 total for 3 credit hours). Our students will not have any textbook fees as they will be able to use loaners provided by HHS. The same courses at WSU would cost $638 plus books. This is the fourth year we have offered college courses on our campus for dual credit and it has been a huge success. It is very exciting to see students grow in their confidence as they embrace and achieve the challenge of earning college credit. If your student is interested in taking these courses please contact Kelly Rummery, School Counselor at 554-2231 or via email at

Kansas regulations now require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI"). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.

Get Kansas policy here



Haysville High School is an expanding program, servicing students who may have struggled in the traditional high school setting. Students choosing to participate in one of the various programs have the support of a knowledgeable, flexible, and caring staff. Our goals are to help students develop a foundation on which to build knowledge, develop skills of use for the future, and create a desire to learn. Students are encouraged to establish goals to proved direction and motivation to stay in school and earn a high school diploma.

Haysville High School is under the direction of CHS Assist. Principal, Mark Foster.

Programs Offered

  • Charter Program
  • Special Education
  • Job Training Partnership

Student Handbook


Haysville High School is dedicated to preparing students to be
life-long learners and responsible citizens in a changing world.

HHS is designed to engage students as participants, not as spectators, in the learning process.
Working together through the steps of the admission process, students see firsthand the uses and needs for problem-solving skills, particularly when they are involved.

  1. Interview with counseling staff and administration at CHS. Obtain a referral.
  2. Pre-Testing at HHS (math, reading & writing). (Students will be required to be enrolled in tutorial classes for reading, math, and writing until they satisfy proficiency requirements.)
  3. Entrance Interview
    1. Student must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
    2. Complete student profile.
    3. Discuss HHS student expectations.
    4. Discuss and identify academic, personal, and professional goals.
    5. Evaluate transcript and educational options.
  4. Determination of admission
    Develop academic course of study
    Student/Parent contact
  5. Determination of schedule
    Full schedule or shortened schedule with Job Training Partnership for those who qualify.

Mark Foster, CHS Assistant Principal

Mark Foster



In the Office

Liz Sanford



Connie Bise
Attendance Secretary




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To report an absence:

call 554-2231