• Enrollment Information for Parents

    Our Student Assignment Office is temporarily located at the former Forest Heights Elementary School, #1 Learning Place, Gastonia.  Parents who need to register their child for the upcoming school year should visit Forest Heights instead of the Central Office.  For information about how to register your child for school, visit www.gaston.k12.nc.us/howtoenroll.

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School News

  • The first day of school is Monday, August 29! 

    Students will report to their Advisory class at 8:00 am. 

     

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  • Convocation 2016 

    "Once a Huskie, Always a Huskie!" Thank you to Hunter Huss High School graduate Sylvia Hatchell for helping us to kick off a new school year!

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  • Open House, August 2016

    Hunter Huss High School invited students and parents to attend an Open House and Orientation on Thursday, August 25, 2016 from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm. At Open House, students were able to obtain their schedules, locate their classes and meet their teachers.  Everyone who attended the open house were given a ticket to attend the Junior Varsity Football Game against Burns High School at 7:00 here at Hunter Huss. At 6:15 pm, ninth grade students and their parents attended a Freshman Information Seminar  in the Auditorium.  Freshmen students and their parents received information about the start of school, tips for being successful in high school, and met Hunter Huss Administration and Counselors.  

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    Freshman Transition Camp, August 2016

    The Class of 2020 was invited to participate in a Freshman Transition Camp on August 16, 2016. Students were able to learn more about their core academic classes, electives, and how to be a successful student at the high school level. Students were provided lunch and were able to participate in activities and games to build new friendships. At the conclusion of the day, students were given a Class of 2020 t-shirt and received their schedules for the 2016-2017 school year.  Over 140 students participated in the event. 

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    Career Academy Teacher Training

    On August 10, 2016 the Career Academy teachers provided a Career Academy Immersion Training for the Hunter Huss School Improvement Team, Guidance Counselors and School Administration. The training provided hands-on experiences and presentations to inform on what the Career Academy offers to students and the superb learning opportunities provided through the program.

     

     

     

     

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District News

  • Schools anticipate the first day on Monday, August 29


    It’s back-to-school time in Gaston County! When the morning bell rings on Monday, August 29, approximately 32,000 students (pre-kindergarten through high school) will walk through the doors of the county’s 54 public schools to start the 2016-2017 academic year.

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  • Technology educators earn prestigious certification


    There are only 17 Google for Education Certified Trainers in all of North Carolina, and four of them belong to Gaston County Schools. Four of the district’s instructional technology facilitators (ITFs) recently earned recognition as Certified Trainers, a status that identifies them as experts in helping teachers use technology in the classroom.

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  • Annual conference focuses on teaching and learning


    They spent two days in the classroom to make sure their own classrooms will be ready for the school year. From the basics of math and reading to the latest in technology tools and techniques, Gaston County Schools’ Teaching and Learning Conference gave teachers a chance to learn and network with other educators. More than 1,000 teachers and school administrators attended the 11th annual conference held August 8 and 9 at Gaston College.

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  • Students enjoy experience at horse ranch


    For a few weeks this summer, students had horses for teachers and a ranch for a classroom. Gaston County Schools partnered with Bit of Hope Ranch to offer the “Trailblazers” camp, an educational program designed to help prepare students for the year ahead. Groups of students spent two weeks at Bit of Hope where the daily program included time working with and riding the horses, teamwork challenges on an obstacle course, hikes on the nature trail, and other educational activities.

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Announcements

  • The first day of school is Monday, August 29

     

    The first day of school for students in Gaston County Schools is Monday, August 29. Click here for the link to our Back-To-School Information webpage.

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  • School Orientation and Open House List

     
    Schools across Gaston County are conducting Back-To-School Orientation and Open House programs for students and parents leading up to the first day of school on Monday, August 29. Click here for the Orientation and Open House List.
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  • Thank you for donating school supplies

     
    We would like to thank everyone who left school supplies at your mailbox on Saturday, August 8 for pick up by the U.S. Postal Service.  The collection events were part of the annual "School Tools" campaign.  There is still time to donate.  You may drop off supplies at Ashley Furniture, Showmars Restaurant, the Gaston County Schools Central Office, or the school in your neighborhood.
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  • Labor Day Holiday

     
    Monday, September 5, is a holiday for students and employees.  All schools and central department offices will be closed on Monday.
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Gastonia , NC 28052
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