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Healdsburg Junior High School

Healdsburg Unified School District

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    covid-19 (novel coronavirus) update

    Healdsburg Unified School District
    will suspend site-based learning at all schools beginning at Spring Break, from
    March 16 - June 4, 2020.

    Please click here for more information.

    Parent/Family Resource Page

    Grab and Go Meals for HUSD Students

    Online Back to School Registration
    coming this summer. 

    If you haven't already created an Aeries Parent Portal account, please do so now.

    For directions see below: English / Spanish

    healdsburg junior high yearbooks 

    Yearbook students worked hard this year to capture the events and highlights of HJH.

    Please help support their efforts by purchasing a yearbook.  Books can be ordered at for $35.  If you would like to donate a yearbook to a student who otherwise would not receive one, Jostens has that option too. Thank you!




    Our School

    About Our School

    Healdsburg Junior High is the only junior high in the Healdsburg School District. Enrollment for the 2018-19 school year is approximately 350 students in grades six, seven and eight. Students from HJH normally matriculate to Healdsburg High School. Students from four elementary schools representing three districts promote into HJH (Healdsburg Elementary, Healdsburg Charter, West Side School, and Alexander Valley School).

    Our school staff includes a bilingual principal, a dean of students, 18 credentialed teachers, one library technician, one bilingual office assistant, one credentialed counselor, one part-time speech and language therapist, one part-time nurse and 10 classified support personnel. Healdsburg Junior High is supported by an active Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), Governance Council, and the English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC). Our school has a seven period block schedule with two days of extended block instructional periods. Students take a core program of seven classes including English, History, Math, Science, Physical Education and two periods of intervention or enrichment/elective classes. We offer intervention classes in all grade levels of Math and within a grade level combined reading course.

    HJH students can access a safe, enriching after school experience through the City of Healdsburg's "Club H" located on campus and sponsored by the California Department of Education. HJH students also attend Boys and Girls Club and Fitch Mountain Day Camp after school.