Start your child's journey of excellence by choosing traditional or open enrollment. Forms are available on the link below. You may download the forms and scan to email@example.com or fax to Counseling at (602) 449-6006.
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 scanned to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to Counseling at (602) 449-6006.
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
By state law, this document of proof must be submitted within 30 days of registration.
Other Necessary Registration Documents:
- Birth Certificate
- 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 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.
Open up one of the following options to read the information that pertains to your current (or soon-to-be) grade level:
We provide our members with opportunities to serve, build character, and develop leadership. Meetings are held in room C117 during the lunch break on the Second Wednesday of each month. Contact Ms. Kristin Baker at email@example.com or visit the Key Club Website 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 of Key Club.
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. Please visit our National Honor Society website at HorizonNHS.com for more detailed requirements.
Society of Women Scholars
Eligibility requirements are as follows:
Sophomores will be invited to join with a 3.95 Weighted Grade Point Average or higher.
Juniors and Seniors will be invited to join with a 3.85 Weighted Grade Point Average or higher.
Students with discipline issues the previous year will not be invited to join.