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HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 13, '15

Dynamic Duo Capture St. Michael’s Book Awards

Samantha Conte and Dylan DelGuidice are dynamic teenagers with a multitude of personal talents and academic strengths...

Blue Devils Survive Scare

The Huntington High School girls’ lacrosse team survived a scare, needing last minute heroics to nip West Babylon, 16-15 on the road...

H-ton JV Softball Captures First Victory

They did it in style and with an unmatchable offense. The Huntington High School junior varsity softball team won its first game...

H-ton Senior’s Video in Impact Teen Drivers Contest

Huntington High School senior Elias Goldman wants your vote. The teenager is vying in the Impact Teen Drivers distracted driving video contest with thousands of dollars in prizes on the line...full article>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 14, 15

STEM Students Learn Web Design and Coding

Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School fifth and sixth graders are known to take every educational opportunity that comes their way...

Tucker Wins Gold Medal at Taco Bell Classic

Huntington junior Infinite Tucker turned in a sensational performance at the 23rd annual Taco Bell Track & Field Classic in Columbia...

Register Now for Booster Club Summer Camps

The Huntington Booster Club has announced its summer sports camp line-up and registration is now underway on the organization’s new...

Huntington Notches Honors at LI Media Arts Show

Huntington High School art students turned in a remarkable performance in this year’s Long Island Media Arts show at Five Towns College in Dix Hills, winning 31 Best in Show awards...read more >>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 15, 15

Huntington PTSA Nurtures Grateful Hearts

Coordinated by the Huntington High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association, Grateful Hearts is an initiative that has been thoroughly...

STEM Students Create Science Fair Projects

It should come as no surprise that this year’s Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School science fair featured some really interesting projects.

Tasean Betts Captures Steve Henry Award

Hard hitting Tasean Betts is all business on the football field. The Huntington High School junior is counted upon by his teammates and...

H-ton Filmmakers Win LI Media Arts Show Awards

Six Huntington High School filmmakers won Best in Show awards at the Long Island Media Arts Show at Five Towns College in Dix Hills...read more >>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 16, 15

Math Olympians Vie for Problem Solving Institute Seat

The Huntington School District’s SEARCH program has produced many students who went on to earn Long Island Young Scholar of...

Petryk & Ruzic Pace Blue Devil Girls at Invitational

With snow and generally blustery weather, the opening month of the season hasn’t been kind to the Huntington High School girls’...

Washington School Celebrates March Honorees

When Principal Marsha Neville came onto the public address system on Monday and told teachers to line their students up in the...

Huntington Robotics Salutes Advisor Brian Reynolds

Brian Reynolds devoted an enormous amount of time to Huntington Robotics this year and his commitment didn’t go unnoticed by the many teenagers who comprise the high school team...full story>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- April 17, 15

SEPTA Seeks Distinguish Service Award Nominations

The Huntington School District’s Special Education PTA enjoys honoring those who perform their job exceptionally well...

Blue Devil Sports News

The Huntington spring girls’ track and field team’s dual meet season got off to a successful start as the Blue Devils defeated visiting...

Finley Girls’ Basketball-7 Realizes Success

A talented core of players propelled the J. Taylor Finley Middle School seventh grade girls’ basketball team to a winning record...

Trustees Adopt Budget Below Tax Levy Cap

It’s now in the hands of residents. Huntington School Board members unanimously adopted a budget to fund district operations during the 2015/16 school year and placed it on the ballot for Tuesday, May 19. Four trustee seats will also be up for grabs that day...full article>>