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School Board Reaffirms Investment Policy

Huntington School Board members voted unanimously to reaffirm the district’s investment policy during their Tuesday, July 1...

Tri-CYA’s Martone Scholarship Presented to Y’Majesty Allen

LIU Post-bound Y’Majesty Allen is this year’s Tri-Community & Youth Agency’s Joseph A. Martone scholarship recipient...

Van den Valentyn Leads Finley Girls’ Lax Blue

Eighth grade attack Sydney Van den Valentyn led the J. Taylor Finley Middle School girls’ lacrosse “blue” team in scoring and several...

Alumni Association Presents Senior Awards

The Huntington High School Alumni Association presented four graduating seniors with special honors during last month’s academic awards night ceremony...full story>>


Energetic Huntington Superintendent Begins Fourth Year

With the energy, stamina and determination of an Olympian, James W. Polansky continues to be a man on a mission. The Huntington School...

Finley’s Best Win Academic Awards

Dozens of academic awards were presented to J. Taylor Finley Middle School eighth graders during last month’s moving-up ceremony in the Huntington High School auditorium.

Scott Gulizio is a Three-Sport Star

Scott Gulizio is a three-sport star for Huntington High School, playing key roles on the soccer, basketball and spring track teams. It’s hard to...

Newell Captures E.C. McGaul Award for Business

Ryan Newell is the type of person that can be counted on to get the job done. He’s an exceptional young man who is willing to go to great lengths to accomplish his goals. A member of Huntington High School’s Class of 2014, the teenager captured the Huntington Fire Department’s E.C. McGaul Award for Business and the $500 stipend that accompanies it...full article>>


Blue Devil Marching Band Tunes Up

The Huntington High School Blue Devil marching band is tuning up for what it hopes is a magical fall season. The band finished second in the...

Blue Devil Field Hockey Looks to Future

With many talented players returning to the field, the Huntington High School field hockey team appears to be in a strong position...

Finley Girls’ Lax-White Matures

The middle school athletic program is all about encouraging participation; learning the game and the rules and what it means to be a member...

Brianna Kirkland Wins Friends of Phil Scholarship

When Phil Antonucci passed away in August 2012 after a 13-year battle with cancer, the Blue Devil marching band lost its most ardent supporter. The 59-year old Emmy Award winning sound engineer and audio technician and longtime district parent was a proud and active fan of the Huntington School District’s performing arts program...full article>>


Huntington School Briefs

Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School is set to expand in September. The school, which opened in September 2013 with an enrollment of 150...

The Stats on Huntington’s Class of 2014

Huntington High School’s Class of 2014 included many talented students among its 288 graduates. Most members of the group will...

Mackenzie Joseph Paces Finley Girls’ Track

The foundation is in place for what could be an excellent girls’ track and field team next year at J. Taylor Finley Middle School. The program...

HHS Alum to Pursue Master’s at Columbia’s Paris Campus

Clare Tonks is headed to Europe where she will study for a master’s degree at Columbia University’s Paris campus. The 2010 Huntington High School graduate recently earned a BA in English and psychology at George Washington University, where she graduated summa cum laude...read more >>


SEPTA Presents Distinguished Service Awards

The Huntington School District’s Special Education PTA is dogged in advocating for the student services and programs it cherishes...

Nick Sherman Preps for College Athletics

Nick Sherman’s athletic career is far from over. The recent Huntington High School graduate has been a Blue Devil track star. The teenager is...

Blue Devil JV Basketball Builds Foundation

Junior varsity sports stay under the radar most of the time as their varsity counterparts compete for playoff berths and championships...

ATH Presents Scholarship to Emma Hughes

The Associated Teachers of Huntington presented a $1,000 scholarship to Huntington High School Class of 2014 member Emma Hughes at last month’s senior academic awards ceremony. She hopes to become an English teacher after college...continue story>>