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H-ton Girls’ Strong at Penn Relays

Shawn Anderson was happy. His Huntington High School girls’ track team had just turned in a string of strong performances at the Penn...

Plenty to Eat at Washington’s Pasta Night

Washington Primary School PTA’s Pasta Night was an opportunity for students to eat and eat and eat. Some youngsters passed through the...

Blue Devil Sports Briefs

Garrett Moya had three goals and two assists and Christian Fiordelisi added two goals and three assists to pace the Huntington boys’...

Huntington Junior Spencer Pashkin Makes His Mark

Spencer Pashkin is one of the top high school juniors in the country. The Huntington Class of 2016 member is increasingly making his mark academically, musically and artistically....full article>>


Trustees Approve New Athletic Placement Process

Huntington School Board members have voted unanimously to approve a new “athletic placement process” for middle school...

Huntington Boys’ Track Shines at Suffolk Invitational

Even when it isn’t at full strength, the Huntington High School boys’ track and field team is still a force to be reckoned with...

Grandfriends Senior, Senior Prom Approaches

Huntington area senior citizens still have time to register for the senior, senior prom at Huntington High School, which will be held...

Huntington High School Ranked in Top 3% Nationally

A brand new set of rankings compiled by The Washington Post newspaper puts Huntington High School in the top three percent of all public high schools in the United States and among the finest in the state...read more >>


Four Candidates on May 19 Trustee Ballot

Current Huntington School Board members Tom DiGiacomo, Xavier Palacios and Emily Rogan and newcomer Christine Biernacki will all be...

H-ton Filmmakers Selected for Challenge Screening

Huntington High School filmmakers are set to make another splash. Three of the teenagers’ films have been accepted for screening...

Rachel Carpenter Overjoyed with National Merit News

Rachel Carpenter has worked hard and now she’s getting recognized. The Huntington High School junior has qualified for the 2016 National ...

Valedictorian Caitlin Knowles Chooses Virginia

Caitlin Knowles has enjoyed a wonderful four year run at Huntington High School. She will soon be moving on to a bigger stage. The Class of 2015’s valedictorian has decided to attend the University of Virginia next fall. The teenager has been accepted into the Echols Scholars and College Science Scholars programs...read more >>


Voter Registration Set for Budget Vote & Trustee Election

Huntington School District residents who are not registered to vote in either a general or district election can register for the May 19 budget...

Huntington Notches Honors on National Latin Exam

While it was once considered a “dead” language, Latin has roared back to life in the Huntington School District. Two dozen J. Taylor Finley...

Registration Continues for Booster Club Camps

Registration is continuing for the Huntington Booster Club’s summer camp program. The organization is sponsoring 13 different...

Salutatorian Joe Saginaw Narrows College Choices

Huntington’s Class of 2015 salutatorian Joseph Saginaw has narrowed his college choices to the University of California, Berkeley or the University of Michigan. He plans to study mechanical engineering...full story>>


Flower Hill Celebrates Earth Day

Flower Hill Primary School celebrated Earth Day by learning more about the value of recycling during a presentation by Huntington Town...

Summer Driver Ed Program Registration Nears

The Huntington School District’s summer driver education program is open to any student who has reached the age of 16 by July 1 and...

Blue Devil Sports News

The Huntington girls’ lacrosse team lost a hard fought game to Hauppauge at Blue Devil Stadium, 11-10. The teams were...

Olivia Stamatatos Elated with
National Merit Qualification

Olivia Stamatatos is not one to seek the limelight. The Huntington High School junior likes to stay a little bit under the radar, but sometimes that’s just not possible...full article>>