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Busy Summer for H-ton Grad Headed to MIT

Huntington High School Class of 2014 member Greta Farrell is headed to Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall...

H-ton Track Coach Wins Sands Point 5K Race

Shawn Anderson can never fit enough running into his daily schedule. The Huntington High School track and field coach is constantly...

Iarrobino Coasts at NYU While Loving NYC

As she prepares to enter her junior year at New York University, Bianca Iarrobino is coasting right along. The 2012 Huntington High School...

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Alexa Antonucci Wins October Dawn Scholarship

It didn’t take Alexa Antonucci very long to win over the Huntington High School community. She did it in a matter of days, if not hours. As she prepares for college, the teenager’s teachers are excited about her future, but sorry to see her leaving...full article>>


Kyree Johnson Sets Sights on Being the Best

Kyree Johnson compiled very impressive winter and spring track and field seasons as a Huntington High School freshman last year...

New Huntington Teacher Profiles

Many new teachers are joining the Huntington School District’s faculty for the 2014/15...

HHS Grad’s Desire to be Doctor Grows at Scranton

Ashley Angstadt’s desire to be a medical doctor and help heal the suffering is only growing...

Rotary Awards HHS Seniors $14K in Scholarships

Huntington Rotary Club officials took pleasure in awarding $14,000 worth of scholarships to four remarkable members of Huntington High School’s Class of 2014...read more >>


Huntington School District Calendar is Now Interactive

The Huntington School District has a new interactive calendar, chock full of important dates, event listings and even athletic games...

Kyle O’Bryan Wins School Business Officials Scholarship

Kyle O’Bryan is headed to Penn State University on Friday to begin settling in for his freshmah...

H-ton JV Softball Players Winless, but Talented

Let’s focus on the positive: The Huntington High School junior varsity softball team featured...

Caitlin Knowles Completes Cancer Research Internship

She’s one of the top students in Huntington High School’s Class of 2015, but Caitlin Knowles never sits back and rests on her laurels. The teenager spent two weeks this summer engaged in a cancer research internship at Silent Spring Institute outside of Boston...continue story>>


Olivia Palmer Garners Appliance World Scholarship

Olivia Palmer is an articulate, well-organized, determined and compassionate young woman who works hard to make the world a better...

Molly Prep’s NYU Adventure is Wonderful

Molly Prep’s evolution from Huntington High School salutatorian to New York University sophomore is impressive to any observer...

A Much Larger Huntington UFSD in September 1965

On the fourth day of the 1965 school year, the Huntington School District boasted an enrollment of 8,265 students spread across...

Rudish & Yabroudy Capture James Loebell Scholarships

Summer Rudish and Caitlin Yabroudy have every reason to be proud about their sensational four year runs at Huntington High School. The Class of 2014 members enjoyed a litany of academic achievements and inspired many through their community service activities...full story>>


Toles Scholarships Awarded to Exceptional Huntington Teenagers

Four exceptional members of Huntington High School’s Class of 2014 have earned Joseph Toles Foundation scholarships in recognition...

Volunteer Science Research Mentors Needed

Huntington High School’s science research program is looking to maintain an elite level after many years of remarkable advancement...

Something for Everyone in Huntington’s Fall Adult Ed Program

The Huntington School District’s adult education program has met the needs of district residents with a variety of interesting and informative...

Huntington Schools Prep for Opening

As the summer grinds on, Huntington School District officials are eyeing the opening of a new school year. Nearly 4,500 students are expected to turnout on September 3 and the classrooms in eight school buildings will be ready for them...full article>>