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HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- Aug. 25, '14

Huntington School Briefs

J. Taylor Finley Junior High School was constructed in 1964/65 at a cost of $3,048,000. The district paid off the debt...

Flyer Explains What to Expect at BOE Meetings

A quick glance at the history of the Huntington School District indicates residents have long taken an active interest in the local public...

Finley Preps for New School Year

Final preparations are underway at J. Taylor Finley Middle School for the new school year...

Samantha Guzman Earns Daniel Guido Memorial Scholarship

Dan Guido was as popular as any student can be. A member of Huntington High School’s Class of 2001, he was adored by classmates and teachers. His charisma and charm were magnetic and drew in a wide variety of people of all ages..full article>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- Aug. 27, '14

Finley Student Dress Code Spelled Out for Parents

Principal John Amato and J. Taylor Finley Middle School teachers and support staff members have high expectations for the more than 700...

Sam Gergis Has Full Plate in Business Office

As he enters his third year on the job, Sam Gergis has a full plate. The Huntington School District’s assistant superintendent for...

Blue Devil Sports News

Huntington Class of 2011 member Emma Hayes-Hurley enjoyed a splendid year with the SUNY...

Boosters Present Sportsmanship Scholarships

The Huntington Booster Club recognized four remarkable teenagers with sportsmanship awards and scholarships at Huntington High School’s 46th annual senior athletic awards banquet held in Louis D. Giani Gymnasium...read more >>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- Aug 29, '14

American Legion Honors Huntington Seniors

Huntington High School Class of 2014 members Zachary Burden, Katherine Gerdes and Matthew Rosenbauer were presented with special...

Huntington Football Regroups

Many of its best players were lost graduation last June, but the Huntington High School football team hasn’t lost any of its swagger...

New Huntington Teacher Snapshot Profiles

Huntington School Board members have appointed many new faculty members since...

Huntington High School Ranked Among Top 2% in Nation

The Daily Beast has ranked Huntington High School among the top two percent of all public high schools in the United States...continue story>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- Aug. 20, '14

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>>

HUNTINGTON HEADLINES- Aug. 22, '14

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>>