Welcome to Howell High School


The transition from middle to high school can be a difficult coming-of-age change. That’s why Howell Public Schools has designated programs to help middle school students adjust and get ready for the academic and social demands of high school. Preparing our high school graduates for future careers couldn’t be a higher priority— whether their next step forward is college, a professional trade, or entrepreneurship.

> Through our dual enrollment and advanced placement programs, college-bound juniors and seniors can skip basic courses, advancing to higher-level courses and saving their families money.

> We connect students pursuing highly valued skilled trades with businesses and municipalities recruiting local talent. These opportunities show how students put school knowledge to real-world use. Here are a few:
- Award-winning building trades program
- Firefighter training to prepare for a career as a firefighter or emergency response professional
- Ground school aviation training toward future pilot certification
- Graphic design for today’s visual web world

What's Happening

A group of happy students posing in a gymnasium with a large ceremonial check. The check is for $204,479.95, made out to "Community Catalysts," and is dated April 28, 2024, indicating the successful completion of a fundraiser by Howell High School. The students, some wearing colorful bandanas, shirts labeled 'Senior Survivor,' and various costumes including a carrot suit, are smiling and standing or kneeling in two informal rows. They are in front of brown bleachers, and the scene suggests a celebration of their achievement.
Howell Senior Survivor Raises $204,479.95 for Howell-Based Non-Profit
Posted on 04/26/2024
Community Catalysts plans to use funds raised to support affordable housing for young adults within Livingston County. ...