Haslett High School
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|Haslett High School|
The school in September 2015
|5450 Marsh Road
Haslett, Michigan, (Ingham County) 48840
|School district||Haslett Public School District|
|Number of students||910|
|Color(s)||Blue & Gold|
|Mascot||Victor the Viking|
Haslett High School is a 9-12 public high school in Haslett, Michigan. It is the only high school in the Haslett Public School District, as the other high school, Meridian Alternative High was closed at the end of the school year in 2009. It is located a few miles northeast of the main campus of Michigan State University, on Marsh Road between Haslett Road and Grand River Avenue.
In their 2014 Top Schools report, Newsweek ranked Haslett High School as the fifth best high school in the state of Michigan, as well as 62nd best in the country in college readiness. Haslett scored a 95.95 in college readiness and graduated 93.13 percent of their senior student body.
- Band - Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Jazz Band, and Pit Band (Extra-Curricular).
- Choral - Chorale, Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Varsity Choir, Select Women's Ensemble (Extra-Curricular), Men's Chorale (Extra-Curricular)
- Media - Haslett Media Productions (TV Station), Dixit (yearbook), The Longboat (newspaper)
- Clubs - Anime Club, Art Club, Black Student Union (BSU), Cards Club, Diversity Council, Green Club, Equestrian Club, French Club, Gay-Straight Alliance, Harry Potter Club, Spartan Swim Club, Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Spanish Club, Student Council, VEX Robotics team, Model United Nations
- Scholastic - National Honor Society, Key Club, Peer Assistance Leaders (PALs), Speech & Debate Team
- Theater - Musical, Non-Musical, Theater Tech Club
- Sports - Football, Volleyball, Basketball (men's and women's), Golf (men's and women's), Ice Hockey, Competitive Cheer, Swimming (men's and women's), Cross Country (men's and women's), Track and Field (men's and women's), Tennis (men's and women's), Bowling (men's and women's), Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse (men's and women's), Soccer (men's and women's), Wrestling
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