The staff of Hoffman Estates High School welcomes you to the 2017-2018 school year. We are excited to provide our community with extraordinary opportunities, innovative teaching, and we invite you to join us for exceptional learning.
We strive to ensure student success through involvement in rigorous academic courses, competitive athletic teams, and participation in extracurricular clubs and activities. Hoffman Estates High School currently offers students the opportunity to enroll in over 20 AP courses, 17 dual credit courses, and over 60 career and technical preparation courses. We also continue to increase our student participation in our 32 athletic programs that consist of 120 different levels of participation. In addition to our competitive athletic programs, we also offer students the opportunity to participate in over 60 competitive and noncompetitive clubs, activities, and fine arts programs.
The 2017-2018 school year marks the 44th year that Hoffman Estates High School has served the community. The building opened in 1973 with freshman and sophomore classes and became a four-year campus in 1975. The original building has undergone many construction projects since opening, including the addition and remodeling of our fine arts facilities, remodel of our science laboratories, and additions to our media center and main entrance. We have also updated our athletic facilities to include an artificial turf field, multiple gym spaces, and a redesigned swimming pool.
School Motto: Promoting excellence through knowledge, confidence, and achievement
Team Name: Hawks
Colors: Royal Blue and Burnt Orange
Hawk Fight Song:
You’ve got to Fight! Fight! Fight! For Hoffman High. Let every loyal Hawk fan sing.
You’ve got to Fight! Fight! Fight! For Hoffman High. Until the walls and rafters ring.
You’ve got to Cheer! Cheer! Cheer! For Hoffman High. So that the spirit of the Hawk screams with pride.
You’ve got to Fight! Fight! Fight! For Hoffman High. For the Orange and Blue.
School Report Card
The school report card is provided annually by the Illinois State Board of Education for each regular public school, in compliance with Section 10-17a of the Illinois School Code. With the passage of the federal No Child Left Behind law in 2001, report cards are also released for districts and the state. The school report cards contain numbers and averages at the school, district and state levels for various data elements.