Hoopa Valley High School (HVHS) is a
comprehensive four‐year public high school
located within the boundaries of the Hupa
Indian Reservation, in the mountains along
the scenic Trinity River, in northwestern California.
The school is part of the Klamath‐Trinity Joint
Unified School District and is at the center of
numerous schools. The student body represents
several communities, as students come from
five feeder schools: Hoopa Valley Elementary,
Jack Norton Elementary, Orleans Elementary,
Trinity Valley Elementary, and Two Rivers
Hoopa Valley High School experienced an increase
in its API Score for three years straight. We are
the only comprehensive high school to see any
growth in Humboldt County three years in a
row. We have reached a new all-time high with
our API score. Several Hoopa High students
passed advanced placement tests.
Hoopa Valley High School is accredited by the
Western Association of Schools and Colleges
(WASC). Under the accreditation and school site
plan, HVHS will target three areas for
improvement: English, Math and Attendance.
HVHS will target incoming freshmen in the
areas of English and math by providing
additional support classes for students that
are not proficient in these two core areas.
Finally, we will work toward raising our
school attendance rate.