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Washington Responds to ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a Twist

Washington Primary School accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge issued by Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School with a twist. Instead of...

Rivera’s Scoring Outburst Paces Huntington

Carlos Rivera’s scoring outburst propelled the Huntington High School boys’ soccer team one game closer to its goal as the Blue Devils...

Molly Brambil Stays Busy at Johns Hopkins

Molly Brambil is an intelligent, articulate, hardworking and humorous young woman who is capable of conversing on just about any topic...

Huntington Booster Club Shines at Gala

The Huntington Booster Club paid tribute to the sensational teaching and coaching careers of Linda Costello-Roth and Steve Davis during a festive dinner that drew a crowd of 200 to the Huntington Crescent Club last Friday night...full article>>


HHS Science Honor Society Inducts 41 Members

Huntington High School’s Science National Honor Society chapter inducted 41 new members during a ceremony in the School Heritage...

Libes and DeRosa Pace HHS JV Girls’ Tennis

Despite often being shorthanded, the Huntington High School junior varsity girls’ tennis team went 4-4 in league play this fall...

Collin Francis Finds Columbia University a Delight

Collin Francis is taking delight in the hustle and bustle of life on the Morningside Heights campus of Columbia University...

Patrick Hannon Game Ends on Walk-off Homerun

Assistant Principal Jarrett Stein smacked a walk-off homerun to give the teachers a one run victory over a parent team at Woodhull Intermediate School’s fourth annual Patrick Hannon memorial softball game last Saturday afternoon....full article>>


Blue Devils Prep for Friday Night Showdown

If the Huntington High School football team intends to qualify for post-season play the Blue Devils will need a win at Eastport-South Manor...

Huntington School News

Huntington School District special education chairperson Renee Jones-Vaughans recently participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony...

H-ton JV Football Looks to Regain Footing

With one of its best players sidelined, the Huntington junior varsity football team struggled at times last Friday afternoon, but still made...

Young Leaders Visit Washington Students

When teacher Debbie Quiles asked the Young Leaders is they could send a delegation to Washington Primary School and speak with the fourth grade student leadership team the organization was only too happy to oblige the veteran educator...read more >>


District’s EBALR Fund Contains $1.9 Million

The Huntington School District’s employee benefit accrued liability reserve fund contains more than $1.9 million. The reserve is utilized...

Blue Devil Sports News

The Huntington girls’ soccer team won its final regular season game, shutting out visiting Bellport on Senior Day at Blue Devil Stadium...

College is a Challenge Huntington Grad Zach Burden Loves

He’s been a student at the Maryland Institute College of Art for about two months and Zach Burden says he “loves” it. The Huntington...

Huntington Senior Earns Girl Scout Gold Award

Marina Siegel’s interest in history spurred a project that earned the Huntington High School senior the prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award. It’s an accomplishment that places the teenager at the pinnacle of the 102 year old organization...continue story>>


District’s Repair Reserve Holds $242K

The Huntington School District’s repair reserve fund holds more than $240,000. The fund was created by the Huntington School Board...

Blue Devil Boys Race to Finish Line

While it hasn’t been a championship season, the Huntington High School boys’ cross country team has made steady progress, reducing...

Sarah Mosden Making Her Mark in Miami

Sarah Mosden is a serious student and an exceptional young vocalist. The Huntington High School Class of 2014 member has taken her...

Huntington High School Never Sleeps

Huntington High School is a building that almost never sleeps. Students and community members keep the place filled for about 16 years a day. The hustle and bustle starts early in the morning when teachers start filing in and heading to their classrooms before the sun even rises...full story>>