Hackett is a Catholic college preparatory high school under the sponsorship of the Diocese of Kalamazoo.
Hackett is accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools and the State of Michigan Board of Education is part of the Catholic Schools of Greater Kalamazoo and the Kalamazoo Valley Athletic Conference.
Hackett was originally staffed by the brothers and priests of the Society of Mary. We continue to emphasize the Characteristics of Marianist Education: formation in faith; integral, quality education; service, justice and peace; adaptation and change, and family spirit.
Hackett was highlighted by The Catholic High School Honor Roll with a Honorable Mention for our Catholic Identity. Hackett has a current service area encompassing 20+ area school districts, providing a diverse background for the student body. Students enter the ninth grade from 30+ different junior highs and travel up to 55 miles to attend HCC.
Hackett is a special place because of all the dedicated people associated with it. Students, faculty, parents, friends and alumni have all contributed to the excellence that this institution has attained since 1964. Its great traditions continue today because of the high expectations its students live up to, day in and day out.
In every metropolitan area there are several academically excellent high schools which - like Hackett - send all of their graduates to colleges across the United States. Yet Hackett is profoundly different than most of these schools.
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