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  Mission Statement  


Humboldt High School will be the school of choice because of its leadership in educational excellence. 

  About The School  

We are the Vikings!

Humboldt High School is the Home of the Mighty Vikings.

This is where your child's education is recognized for their hard work and efforts in receiving and earning a high school diploma. Humboldt High School is committed to making your child college and career ready. They will be prepared for the road ahead and be productive citizens. 

Admission of Students

Admission of Students

Any student entering school for the first time must present:

  • A birth certificate or officially acceptable evidence of date of birth at the time of registration.
  • There shall be a complete medical examination of every student entering school for the first time.  This applies to kindergarten, first grade, and other students for whom there is no health record.
  • Evidence of state-required immunization.
  • Social Security number.

The name used on the records of a student entering school must be the same as that shown on the birth certificate unless evidence is presented that such name has been legally changed through a court as prescribed by law.  A student may transfer into the Humboldt City School System at any time during the school year if the student resides with a parent or legal guardian and lives within the geographical boundaries of the school system.  If the student lives with anyone other than a parent who has legal custody, guardianship papers must be provided at the time of registration.  If papers cannot be provided, the student will be denied admission.

Parking Information

Students park in the large, northeast lot between the CTE building and the gymnasium.  A parking decal is required and can be obtained from the CTE Office.  There is no fee for the parking decal that must be displayed on the student’s vehicle at all times.  A valid Tennessee Driver’s License and proof of insurance is required and must be shown at the time the parking decal is issued.


Students are expected to comply with all aspects of responsibility with their vehicles.  Students are expected to drive slowly, safely, and courteously at all times.  The speed limit on the parking lot is 10MPH.  Students are not allowed to linger in a vehicle beyond the time required to gather items needed for the school day (generally 1 minute).  Students are not allowed to return to their vehicles without the permission of a school administrator.  The use of cell phones when driving on campus is prohibited.  Stereos and radios should be at a low volume until completely off campus.


Students will use the appropriate lanes to enter and exit the campus.  It is the student’s responsibility to watch the person directing traffic and to respond accordingly to those directions.  It is imperative that students watch for elementary age school children that are crossing traffic lanes and help us keep them safe.


Failure to comply with any or all of these rules will result in the following actions.

            ·  1st Offense   Warning

·  2nd Offense  Student will serve two days D-Hall.

·  3rd Offense  Student will serve four days D-Hall and parent(s) will be notified.

            ·  4th Offense  Student will lose campus parking privileges for five school days.

            ·  5th Offense  Student will lose campus parking privileges for ten school days.

·      6th Offense  Student will lose campus parking privileges for the remainder of the school year.  If student parks on campus anyway, the car will be towed at the student’s expense.


            With reasonable suspicion, students’ cars are subject to search by school officials.