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Hauser Tennis has a great showing at MHC Tournament

The Hauser boys tennis team had a great day at the MHC Tournament, finishing with four second place finishes. Ethan Wallace at #1 singles, Sam Miller and #3 singles, Levi Gollmer and Caleb Hoover and #1 doubles, and Dawson Paul and Alex Pattingill at #2 doubles all finished 2nd in their respective bracket. Wallace, Gollmer,

Jr High and High School Boys Cross Country win MHC!

The Jr High and High School Boys Cross Country teams were both victorious in the MHC Conference meet! The Jr High boys make this back to back MHC conference champions, while the high school boys brought home their first conference title since 2009. Ryan Ault finished 2nd overall in the boys race to lead the

The Hauser Way

The Hauser Way In Hauser Athletics, we are not afraid of failure. We respect our opponents but fear no one. We do everything with a great attitude and as great an effort as we can. We understand that doing things this way will produce successful high school athletes, but more importantly, successful citizens of the

Hauser Athletics Mission Statement

Hauser Athletics Mission Statement Hauser Athletics is committed to excellence in athletics while supporting the educational mission of Hauser Schools. We meet student-athletes at their individual skill levels and educational needs and provide a challenging environment for skill development in both team and individual sports. Hauser Athletics is connected to the whole student: academically, socially,

Hauser Athletics Vision Statement

Hauser Athletics Vision Statement We envision a school system that offers an extracurricular program for its students that is considered a model for all other schools in Indiana. Our expectation for the extracurricular activities program is that it will match the expectations Hauser Schools has for its academic program. Our vision is that the extracurricular

Message from the Athletic Director

We believe that a program of interscholastic athletics is a vital part of the total education process. We will strive to make our teams as competitive as possible, with our main goal being to help our student-athletes to develop life skills through athletics that will help them be successful throughout their adult lives. We will

Academic Eligibility

In order to participate in interscholastic athletics, a student must have a passing grade in at least 75% of his/her classes at the end of the previous quarter or semester. Links to information regarding NCAA eligibility are listed below. NAIA Eligibility NCAA Eligibility Center Please contact Mr. Phillips or your school counselor if you have any

Ticket Prices

Ticket Prices will be the following for the 2019-2020 School year: JV/Varsity Events $6.00 Adults $5.00 Students Pre-K children are free   Jr. High Events $5.00 Adults $4.00 Students Pre-K children are free MHC Tournament Events $6.00 for everyone State Tournament Events Girls/Boys Cross Country IHSAA State Tournament Pricing Sectionals: $5.00 Regionals: $5.00 Semi-state: $5.00

Jr High volleyball fights hard, loses to Columbus Northside

Both our 7th and 8th grade teams fought hard but eventually fell to Columbus Northside. The 7th grade girls lost 19-25 and 23-25, while the 8th grade stretched it to three sets. The 8th grade won set one 25-20 before dropping set two 19-25.  The third and final set was competitive but our lady Jets

Hauser Tennis Falls to Greensburg

Hauser Boys Tennis falls to Greensburg this evening 0-5. The boys will be back in action Saturday in the MHC tournament.