"Your career starts here!"
The Office of Admissions, also known as Student Services, is typically the first place to go in your journey at Haney. Student Services is located on the first floor of the Administration Building (Building 1). Within this area are the receptionist, guidance counselor, career specialist, and cashier.
Information about programs, courses, student records, transcript request, parking decals, class schedules, and more are found in Student Services.
To learn more about a program or enroll, Student Services is your first stop.
A school counselor and a career specialist are available to assist students and prospective students with course selection, educational planning, and any concerns they may have regarding Haney.
Counselors work with students in a confidential manner to explore career aspirations, aptitudes, interests, and any special concerns. Counselors are located on the first floor of Building 1 and are available 7:30am-2:30pm.
The Haney Bookstore is available for all students for books and supplies. All Career and Technical Education programs have a suggested book list showing books and supplies that will be needed for the duration of that program. Before purchasing any books or supplies, please contact the program instructor.
(Bay District School Board Policy 7.307) Students are to park in designated parking areas only. Students who park in unauthorized areas may lose the privilege of parking on campus and/or the car may be towed at the expense of the student. No student may loiter in or around vehicles in the parking area or areas. Students shall not occupy vehicles during class hours, between classes, or before or after school, except as they arrive and leave for the school day. Students may not smoke in their vehicles on school property. If a student fails to observe the procedures herein, the principal may revoke his/her privilege of driving a vehicle to school. Please lock your car while on campus. A Student Vehicle Use Policies form must be signed and a parking decal must be displayed on your rearview mirror. Replacement vehicle tags can be purchased from student services.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) students may request, in writing, an official transcript of their school records. The request should be addressed to Student Services. A Transcript Request is available online Transcript Request here or in Student Services. The transcript will be sent directly to the institution where the student plans to register or to any other official agency. The CTE student may also receive an individual copy of his/her transcript. The cost for each transcript will be $10. Payment can be made in person or via Bay District Schools Online School Payments (opens in new window). Please allow at least five (5) to ten (10) business days for processing. To fax your request, send to (850) 747-5555 or email to Transcripts.
To request a GED® transcript, go to ged.com, click on the Request Transcript link. (Transcripts are not available for Adult General Education courses.)
All visitors to the school must provide a valid form of photo identification and sign in at Student Services in building 1.