CREATING A BETTER WORLD
ONE  STUDENT AT A TIME

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Welcome to Hanover-Horton School District where we are creating a better world, one student at a time.

At Hanover-Horton, we are committed to academic excellence. Our graduating class of 2019 had nearly 60% graduate with at least a 3.0 GPA. As a group, they qualified for over $2 million in scholarships and grants. Our high school offers students the opportunity to take college and Advanced Placement courses, participate in our engineering classes and choose from a wide variety of elective courses. Hanover-Horton High School has consistently scored among the areas best on the ACT and SAT for several years in a row!

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Alexie Milukhin is the current Miss Jackson Crossroads 2019. She spoke to out 8th graders in their Language Arts class about college and working hard to be successful. She shared her interesting background with students and gave them excellent pointers on how to earn scholarships and apply for other financial aid for college. ...

Alexie Milukhin is the current Miss Jackson Crossroads 2019. She spoke to out 8th graders in their Language Arts class about college and working hard to be successful.  She shared her interesting background with students and gave them excellent pointers on how to earn scholarships and apply for other financial aid for college.

 

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My Sophia loved her and was the only one in her 1st hour that knew who she was because she follows her on Instagram! I was told that she was very excited that Sophia actually knew who she was and that it eased her nerves just a little this particular morning!

Julissa Garcia Milukhin, Alexie Milukhin

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It is the policy of the Board of Education not to discriminate on the basis of Protected Classes in its educational programs and activities and employment. Protected Classes generally include race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age, religion, height, weight, marital status, military status, ancestry, genetic information and such others as are defined in federal or state law. More detailed information can be found in the Board of Education Policies on this website. Inquiries and complaints regarding discrimination in programming and employment may be referred to any of the following: John Denney, Superintendent, 517-563-0100 or Denise Bergstrom, Middle School Principal, 517-563-0102.