Huron City School
A District that Engages, Empowers, and Equips
Huron City Schools has a tradition of excellence with a focus on the future. The district serves approximately 1,200
students yearly and is comprised of three facilities: High school (Grades 9-12), Middle school (Grades 6-8), and an
Elementary school (Grades PK-5). We have enrollment partnerships with EHOVE for vocational programming and
BGSU-Firelands for college credit plus programming.
The students of Huron excel as a result of the combination of home, schools, and community working collaboratively
for all students within the district. Huron educators believe that to be competitive, schools must embrace change and
create a high-performing learning environment for students and teachers. We prepare our students by providing
learning experiences that relate to students’ interests and support the exploration of future pursuits.
Huron City Schools' curriculum is aligned with current state standards designed to challenge students Pre-K through
Graduation and meet the needs of our learners. Instructional delivery is enriched with hands-on learning, field
experiences, digital and blended learning experiences, college partnerships through College Credit Plus (CCP),
Advanced Placement coursework, and partnerships with local agencies. Huron teachers, administrators, and support
staff participate in professional development activities designed to address the whole needs of students. Student
Services include full-time counselors in every building to address social-emotional development and college and
Huron City Schools understands and embraces technology's role in children's education. Today’s learners enter school
already immersed in a technologically driven society. Huron teachers utilize technology to enhance instruction by
maximizing learning opportunities through digital experiences. All students have access to mobile devices. Huron will
continue investing in infrastructure upgrades to provide seamless student connectivity. Technology is used with a
balance of in-person and interpersonal skills. Huron students develop communication, collaboration, and creativity
Academic, art, and athletic offerings ensure a well-rounded experience for students. Huron City Schools recognizes the
importance of extracurricular opportunities to supplement a rewarding Pre-K through Graduation educational
experience for students. Elementary school offerings in general music and art serve as the springboard for many
children's lifelong appreciation of fine arts. The Huron band and choir routinely earn high marks for performing at
various regional and state competitions.
Clubs, student organizations, and community service activities are essential to a holistic student experience. Huron
offers many opportunities that engage students in the act of volunteerism. Teen Leadership Corps and Student Council
students provide hands-on service and support throughout the year within the community. Developing a passion for
civic responsibility in young people is something Huron City Schools takes seriously and is committed to achieving.
An athletic tradition beginning with a multitude of organized biddy programs has evolved over the years due to the
accomplishments of many individuals and teams. Volunteers throughout the community continue to support Huron
student-athletes with their time and financial contributions. Huron City Schools is known for its acclaimed facilities,
including the first local football stadium with artificial turf, a renovated soccer field, and a new baseball and softball
If you want to learn more about Huron Schools, visit our website (www.huronhs.com), "Like" us on Facebook, and
follow us on X at @huronschools.