Documents Needed for Registration

You need to bring in the following items before you meet with a counselor for a registration appointment.

This information can be faxed to Counseling at (602) 449-6006.

Immunization Records

By state law, no student can be registered without an immunization history, and all immunizations must be current. During registration, if a student arrives without the proper paperwork verifying vaccine compliance, he/she will not be allowed to complete the registration process.

Students who arrive on the first day of school without documented proof of immunization compliance may be given a one-day schedule. Suspension for these students will commence on the second day and will continue until verifiable proof is presented to the school nurse, at which time students will be given their permanent schedules and allowed to return to classes.

Proof of Residency Within Horizon's Boundaries

Our district will only accept one of the following:

  • Utility bill
  • A rental/lease agreement
  • Purchase/escrow agreement
  • Annual tax statement
  • Driver's license
  • Property tax bill
  • W-2 wage statement
  • Payroll stub
  • Bank or credit card statement
  • Documentation from federal, state or tribal agency
  • Birth certificate

By state law, this document of proof must be submitted within 30 days of registration.

Other Necessary Registration Documents:

  • Custody papers, when applicable.
  • Report cards from 7th and 8th grade if entering grade 9, or an unofficial transcript if entering grades 10-12.
  • Withdrawal papers from the previous school indicating classes and grades when transferring to Horizon during the school year.
  • If transferring from within the state of Arizona, please provide us with AIMS test results.
  • If transferring from outside of Arizona, please provide the name of your state's test and your student's scores (if applicable). This is the test specific to your state's standards.

NOTE: Students who transfer may not be eligible to compete in athletics upon entering Horizon. Please call the Athletic Department at (602) 449-6023 if you have questions about athletic eligibility.

Read About New Student Registration in the PVSchools District

Grade-Specific Information

View Horizon's Various Bell Schedules

Open up one of the following options to read the information that pertains to your current (or soon-to-be) grade level:

Information for Senior Students

Congratulations! You are a senior. This is an important time for you. Visit your counselor or the Student Information Center for any questions or concerns.

Yearbook Portrait for Seniors

Horizon has chosen Grads Photography for the official Yearbook photographer.  All seniors must go to Grads Photography by October 14th to have their portrait in the Yearbook.  You are under no obligation to purchase any photographs.  Please contact Grads Photography and make an appointment for your Yearbook portrait.

Schedule a Senior Yearbook Appointment

Senior 'Ditch Day'

The concept of "senior ditch day" is neither supported nor condoned by the Paradise Valley School District.

Senior 'Trips'

Please be advised that Horizon High school does not in any way sponsor or encourage such a trip. If you have questions about trips or activities, please contact the school to see if the trip in question is school-sponsored. 

Parking Information and Forms Required

Use These Forms for the 2019-2020 School Year

Parking Fee

Cash, debit/credit card or check made payable to Horizon High School are acceptable forms of payment.

Once school starts, parking may be purchased at the following times:

  • Before school or during lunch.
  • The purchase of a parking permit is not allowed between classes, during class time or after school.

Jostens Commencement Needs

Jostens is the vendor chosen for cap and gown requirements. Jostens is on campus a multitude of times to help students order the necessary items for commencement. Dates and times are listed in this section.

21023 North Cave Creek Road #1
Phoenix, AZ 85024
(602) 765-7227

2019-2020 Dates Jostens Will Be on Our Campus

Date(s) Event
September 11 Senior Graduation Cap & Gown information distributed to Seniors in the Auditorium from 10:16 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
September 17 & 18   Senior Cap & Gown and Graduation Product orders are taken during lunch outside the student cafeteria from 11:40 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.
September 17 Family Order Night- from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the student cafeteria.  Orders are taken for Cap & Gown and Senior Graduation Products.
November 13 Sophomore Class Ring information distributed to Sophomores in the Auditorium from 10:16 a.m to 10:45 a.m.
November 19 & 20 Sophomore Class Ring orders and FINAL Senior Cap & Gown orders and Senior Graduation Products are taken during lunch outside the student cafeteria from 11:40 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.
November 19 Family Order Night - from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the student cafeteria. Orders are taken for Cap & Gown, Senior Graduation Products, and Sophomore Class Rings.
March 5 Graduation Product Delivery during Social Studies in the media center all day.  All Graduation products delivered, except Cap & Gown. 
May 20 Cap & Gown delivery from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the student cafeteria.  Free breakfast for seniors only after Mandatory Commencement Rehearsal.
May 21 Make-Up Cap & Gown delivery from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the student cafeteria.
May 21 Commencement Day - 6:00 p.m. in the gym lobby to assist with last minuted Cap & Gown needs.


Information for Junior Students

Parking Information and Forms Required

Use These Parking Forms for 2019-2020

Parking Fee

Cash, debit/credit card or check made payable to Horizon High School are acceptable forms of payment.

Once school starts, parking may be purchased at the following times:

  • Before school or during lunch.
  • The purchase of a parking permit is not allowed between classes, during class time or after school.

Information for Sophomore Students

Parking Information

If you are a sophomore, this information pertains to your class.

If parking spots are available, an announcement will be made during the 4th hour to inform students.

Use These Parking Forms for 2019-2020

Information for Freshmen Students

Mentor Days (6 Half-Days)

The goal of the Mentor Program is to bring together freshmen with upperclassmen to assist with the transition from Middle School to High School.

Horizon values the time all students are in class; therefore, the Mentor days are held when classes are 35 minutes in length.

Each Mentor will spend time (six of the half-days allotted by District) with the freshmen listening to their concerns and support them in making positive decisions. During the meetings, Mentors review upcoming events, discuss the registration process for the next school year, review school rules, offer tutoring services, and answer questions or concerns.

The Mentors meet with the freshmen during the freshmen English class period on half-days only. Teachers escort their class to the multi-purpose room each half-day. It is important for all of our students to be well-rounded academically, as well as socially. Our Mentor Program helps achieve that goal. The Mentors attend extensive summer training and participate in Anti-Bully training, communication skills, and mental health workshops. Mentors are selected based upon grades, attendance, discipline and teacher recommendation.

Being a Mentor is an important volunteer position on our campus. Mentors serve as tour guides to parents and students, as new student guides to all grade levels, and they volunteer during other school events.

Information for Incoming Freshmen Students

Future Husky Night

husky nightIn January, Horizon prepares for our new students. Horizon hosts an evening open to all new students and parents who are interested in or will be attending Horizon. The evening starts off at 5:30 p.m. with a mini-expo of our electives and our sports program. Teachers and coaches are available to answer any questions you may have.

At 6:00 p.m., the main program starts in our Performing Arts Center. This part of the program goes into detail regarding credits and many opportunities for our students at Horizon High. Our school store is open for your Horizon bling and clothing needs. Tours of our campus are given from 5:15 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. 

If you plan to attend Horizon, we welcome you to this evening event. We offer a day event in January for our feeder schools, but any school parent/student considering attending Horizon is welcome to attend. A parent must stay in attendance with their student.

For more information on these events, please contact Linda Spencer at (602) 449-6014.

Husky 101 - Ms. Amber Strang

husky 101Horizon offers our incoming freshmen a three-day camp led by upperclassmen leaders to create a sense of community, dispel myths and gain familiarity with our campus culture. This camp is held the last week of July and there is a fee attached. A flyer and more information will be posted on the homepage of the website.

During the camp days, only freshman students are given their schedule and have their ID picture taken. This opportunity allows them to find their classes and get the assistance of upperclassmen. Husky 101 is a great way to become more familiar with our campus. 

For more information on this awesome event, please visit the Husky 101 website.

Key Club

key clubWe provide our members with opportunities to serve, build character, and develop leadership.  Meetings are held in room C117 at 7:10 a.m. on the Second Wednesday of each month.  Contact Ms. Kristin Baker at for more information.

Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. In partnership with their local Kiwanis club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities.

Below are forms students will need to complete requirements as members in Key Club.

Key Club Activity form

Key Club Community Service form 

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.

More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. At Horizon High School, we are proud to have more than 200 members in our National Honor Society.  Our staff Advisers devote time to our qualifying members by holding monthly meetings and events that give students leadership training, information regarding scholarships, and college planning skills.  You may visit our National Honor Society webpage for more detailed requirements created by our staff member Linda Nelson.

Visit Ms. Linda Nelson's Horizon National Honor Society website

Homecoming Information

Highlight the Night 2019

Homecoming game will be held on October 4th against North Canyon. 

Homecoming Dance will be held on October 5th from 8 pm to 11 pm on our Horizon campus. The dress for the evening is dressy.  

Please purchase your tickets on the Webstore. Once you purchase your ticket(s), stop by the Student Information Center and pick up the free FASTPASS.  This pass along with your school ID will give you faster access to the dance.  It is not mandatory but you will need to bring your receipt to the dance or use the FASTPASS.

If you plan to bring a NON-Horizon student to the dance you must submit a Guest Contract.  The guest contract is due to the Student Information Center by October 1st. by 2 pm. Please read the contract in its entirety.  You will be allowed to attend the dance but if you do not complete the guest contract on time, your guest will not be allowed to attend.

Please download the Guest Contract, complete and submit to Spencer in the Student Information Center.

Math Lab

Need help on your Math homework? Need to work on On-line assignments?

Sign up for the Math Lab on our HHS Webstore

Cost: $25

Room C201

2:20 pm to 3:10 p.m., Monday-Friday

View the flyer for more information

Summer Assignments Info

Visit the Summer Assignments page