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By Mick McCabe, Detroit Free Press The Kensington Lakes Activities Association is putting out a “help wanted” sign, of sorts. With the expected withdrawal of 10 of the 24 member schools made official this week, the league is looking for replacement schools. The league will remain intact with all 24 members for the 2016-17 school

KLAA loses 10 schools

Brad Emons-Hometown Life Divorce proceedings have officially been finalized when it comes to area high school athletic leagues for the 2017-18 school year. The 24-school Kensington Lakes Activities Association will shrink to 14 after nine high schools from four different Oakland County school districts will be forming its own conference, while another from Livingston County,

Hartland Athletics Celebrates HHS Athletes moving on to the College Level

We would like to take a minute to THANK the leaders of our Athletic Department for another outstanding year at HHS. Thank you to Athletic Director JD Wheeler, Athletic Secretary Anna Devitt and  our fantastic co-op student assistant Nicole Germane for the countless hours they put in to making Hartland Athletics GREAT!! LINK TO PHOTOS

Cheer Try Outs-May 31st!

-Cheer-Flyer-CLICK HERE   Be a part of the state qualifying tradition that is Hartland Cheer! All 9th – 11th grade athletes that are interested should join us for Try-Outs on May 31st through June 3rd from 5-7p in the HHS Aux Gym located inside the main gym. See the above flyer for more details or

2015-16 College Athlete Recognition Ceremony

You are cordially invited to attend the 2015-16 College Athlete Recognition Ceremony being held on May 17th at 1 pm in the Hartland High School auditorium. This event is to honor our Class of 2016 athletes moving on to compete at the next level. We have,  23 student athletes that we are aware of,  who

College Campus Tours for HHS Students entering 10-12 grade next fall

You spoke and we listened! Over 300 Hartland High School parents indicated that they would be interested in sending their students on college campus tours over the summer.  We have set up two trips through Hartland Community Ed based on your feedback of which schools to attend.    Each trip can have 50 attendees (first

Financial Aid info for College Bound Athletes

HOMEROOM-The offcial blog of the US Department of Education 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Financial Aid Award Generally, the first step in applying for financial aid is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The schools you listed on the FAFSA will take that information and use it to calculate the

Nothing set in stone on the future of the KLAA

Pinckney AD: ‘Nothing in stone’ on school’s future in KLAA by Tim Robinson To reports of the KLAA’s imminent demise, several athletic directors said Thursday night: Not so fast. The Detroit Free Press reported Friday that 10 schools, including Pinckney will be leaving the league after the 2016-17 school year. “Nothing’s in stone yet,” Pinckney

KLAA to lose 10 schools

Mick McCabe-Detroit Free Press The Kensington Lakes Activities Association is on the verge of losing almost half of its member schools. Ten of the 24 schools have given notice they will be leaving the conference following the 2016-17 school year and are considering forming a new league. If the 10 remain together in a league it