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    Hale HSThe Nathan Hale High School curriculum offers students a balanced educational experience focusing upon developing critical thinking and communication skills so that our students become members of a responsible, democratic citizenry.

    Our school is nationally recognized as a leader in school reform efforts that result in providing a rigorous and relevant education for our young adults that is intentional, integrated, and collaborative in nature.

    Students will graduate with the greatest number of opportunities open to them. Honors, Advanced Placement, and modified transcript designations are awarded for work in our full-inclusion classrooms and are available across the curriculum.

    We invite you to consult our website at https://halehs.seattleschools.org/ to learn more about our “best practices” as outlined by our school philosophy, the Coalition of Essential Schools, and Small Learning Communities.


    Relevant Academic Links:

    Graduation Requirements

    Course Catalog

    Student Handbook

    Independent Reading Requirement - (at bottom of NHHS Library page)

    Ninth Grade Academy

    Tenth Grade Integrated Studies

    Nathan Hale Biology

    Nathan Hale Music

    Nathan Hale Drama

    Harlem Renaissance Project