Monday, 11/18/19, No school for students but there will be Parent-Teacher conferences; Main Campus (6th-12th) 11:30 am - 7:30 pm, Denver Campus (3rd-5th) 7:30 am - 3:30 pm, Happy Hill Campus (K4-2nd) 9:30 am - 5:30 pm. Interested in working at HAPA? We have a few job openings. Please call Mrs. Mai Shoua Xiong at 414-383-4944.

Clubs & Athletics

K-12

Clubs & Athletics

Activities

Planning activities into the student’s academic experience helps students connect to the world around them. Sports teach team work and cooperation among many additional skills. After school clubs, field trips, and extracurricular experiences help students see the new dimensions learning can take. As the students engage in the various activities, they find that learning contributes to every area of life.

Activities at the high school levels are offered in variety. Three times a year new sports and club activities are hosted at the school. Tutoring opportunities are also available for those who need the extra support or for those who appreciate having a staff member nearby to help with the translation of homework questions.

Additional family activities take place throughout the year in which all members of the family can participate. Field trips, including the annual Washington D.C. trip provide students with first hand experience in the areas of their study and exploration. Hmong American Peace Academy strongly encourages students to live well-rounded lives by balancing their rigorous education with refreshing and talent cultivating activities.

Clubs at HAPA

Club activities meet after school on Mondays or Thursdays and are supervised by HAPA staff members. Club participation requires transportation arrangements on the part of the student and parental permission.

HAPA is in the process of developing activities and after school programming for the high school students. To date, students have participated in choir, yearbook, open gym, The Financial Challenge Bowl, drama, knitting, and Hmong dance in addition to participating in after school study groups. Future plans include activities that build academic, social and practical skills.

Other activities surround college and career preparedness. HAPA hosts an annual college fair. Additionally, students visit local universities to learn about college readiness and career options. Many students choose to participate in weekend pre-college programs, summer college and work programs.

Athletics Sports available for students in grades 6th through 12th

The school provides athletic opportunities to all students. Students have the option of joining girls’ or boys’ basketball, volleyball, soccer, and/or flag football. Both our boys’ and girls’ basketball, flag football, and volleyball teams have competed with other charter and private school teams in the community. As the school looks forward to expanding, students will have even more opportunities. Athletic participation requires transportation arrangements on the part of the student and parental permission.

HAPA occassionally has Open Gym from 2:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. for students in middle and high school. Students may participate in Open Gym with parental permission and an understanding of the following expectations:

  • Students will observe all school rules and regulations including dress code and bus ridership.
  • Students will exemplify a peace builder character both in and out of school.
  • Students must have parent’s written permission.
  • Parents must provide transportation with pick up promptly at 4:45 p.m.
  • Students must have a “C” or better grade in all school subject area.
  • HAPA reserves the right to cancel Open Gym at any time.

Students will need to complete a permission slip to participate in Open Gym.