Parents and students will gather together in the early Fall 2022 to create and update student success plans.
Please share with Mrs. Moots busing questions and to request transportation with your school district. While HCS does not provide transportation HCS will work with your home school of residence to try and arrange busing.
Title IX policies, school policies, permission forms, school calendar, school report card, annual reports, PBIS seclusion and restraint information, and wellness policy are all included for your information.
HCS will be working with the National Dropout Prevention Center to become certified as a trauma skilled school.
Hardin Community School is proud of its 98% graduation rate; an achievement well above the national average of 75% for high schools. We attribute this success to our dedicated faculty and staff who actively teach, help, and support our students in learning how to study, how to share ideas, how to develop life skills and positive habits, and how to experience success.
Perfect for every student and classroom 6-12
HCS offers accredited academic and life skills courses which meet Ohio Standards. Online courses open up a world of content and flexible implementation options. Whether students are at grade level, falling behind, or advanced, our courses are designed for you. And once you sign on, you will be met with a team of professionals dedicated to supporting your unique situation.
Do you feel like life keeps you on a never ending merry-go-round? Call to speak with someone about enrolling today and begin your future !!! 419-673-3210 x1012
HCS will lead, shape, educate, and transform students into self-motivated, engaged, and successful citizens of the Hardin County community.
HCS exists to value, educate, empower and transform the lives of our students and their families.
HCS is an alternative choice for educational success. HCS is designed for middle/high school students grade 6 through age 21.
HCS serves students who are at least a year behind their classmates, who need credit recovery, along with other services (i.e. counseling, accountability).
400 Decatur Street, Kenton, Ohio 43326, United States
Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 2:30pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed