About Williams Field High School
We are Black Hawks! Opening in August 2007, Williams Field High School is a community of educators, students, and supportive parents who strive to be leaders in the Arizona educational landscape. Williams Field High School staff are proud to offer a competitive student experience, as evidenced by the U.S. News and World Report ranking our school as one of the “Best High Schools” in 2015, 2016, and 2017. As a staff our goal is to "Connect, Engage and Inspire our students to Achieve Excellence in Every Endeavor,” and we empower students with high expectations within an inclusive atmosphere that addresses the needs of the entire student. Courses offered include 24 Career and Technical Education programs, 21 dual enrollment courses, and 23 Advanced Placement classes. For athletics and activities, we offer 53 sports and clubs that fit a wide array of interests, and we consistently compete at high levels in many. Our students are proud to be a part of the Black Hawk Family, and they seek to DOMINATE in all aspects of their educational experience.
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Front Office Item Drop Off
If it is necessary to drop off an item for your student, you may place it on the designated table in the front office. Your student can come and get their item between classes or during lunch. Please note that we are not responsible for items that are dropped off. The front office will not disrupt classes to deliver items to students.
Please note that parents/students are not allowed to order Door Dash, Grub Hub, etc. to be delivered on campus. Any orders that arrive on campus will be collected and held for pick up after school in the front office.
HUSD Takes Proactive Approach to Ensure Students Thrive Academically and Emotionally
To increase awareness of mental health challenges among young people, Higley Unified School District has implemented a Healthy Higley Wellness Initiative. This initiative is designed to provide community members in the Gilbert area with the resources needed to ensure students thrive academically and emotionally.
As part of Higley Unified School District's updated strategic plan, maximizing each student's academic and social-emotional growth is of the utmost importance.
HUSD has taken a proactive approach to ensure the District is providing resources to support the social-emotional growth of each student and the development of positive student behavior. To do so, HUSD has developed and implemented a K-12 comprehensive counseling program, with additional counselors available to all students. This increase in counselors includes the addition of one District led counselor to support the K-12 counselor group, three counselors to service all nine elementary schools, and a District behavior coach. This model enhances the ability for all students to fully utilize all the opportunities that are available to them related to emotional well-being.
The District has also improved its process of training employees, families, and students on social-emotional growth. This year's focus is resiliency, which includes proactive and preventative ways to overcome obstacles and develop positive life skills.
Additionally, the District is focusing on suicide awareness and drug prevention. One of the strategies the District is using to increase suicide awareness is through additional training for all school site employees. HUSD is currently developing and refining its process associated with Suicide Risk Management, which includes training K-12 employees with step-by-step guidelines to better help them observe concerning behavior and respond appropriately. Administrators have already received additional training on this process earlier this school year, but all K-12 employees will be trained with these additional steps starting in December 2022.
6:00 AM Cross Country Training/WF Track
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Boys Soccer Practice/Field
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Boys Soccer Practice/Weight Rm
Headlines & Features
HUSD Teacher Helps Students Learn French Through Pen Pal Program
Mrs. Inman, who teaches French at Higley High School and Williams Field High School, started the program during her first-year teaching at HUSD in 2016. She currently has 13 students in advanced French classes participating in the pen pal program this year.