• Fight 4 Donuts

    Hunter Huss High School won the "Fight 4 Donuts" competition with Edge Factor. Krispy Kreme delivered donuts for all students and staff on Friday, March 24. Thanks to everyone that voted for HHHS! 


    krispy kreme




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  • Keep Gastonia Beautiful Recognition

    Hunter Huss High School was recognized this week for being a Clean and Green School through the Keep Gastonia Beautiful program and was given this flag as an "exhibition of school pride through neatness, cleanliness, and overall care for their school". Thank you for this recognition. We love our school! 


    Clean and Green



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  • Look at our new CTE Career Academy Banner! 


    CTE Career Academy Banner



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  • Graduation Orders 

    Hunter Huss Class of 2017 - It is time to order your Cap, Gown and Tassel. Prices start at $29.95. There are additional costs for other items. Students can order online at www.ncgrads.com.



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  • Congratulations to Coach Jamar McKoy! 


    The Gaston Gazette named Coach McKoy the 2016 Gazette Coach of the Year. Click here to read the article.



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  • Fire Engine Donated to Hunter Huss Program

    A special delivery arrived last week at Hunter Huss High School - a fire engine from the Crowders Mountain Fire Department. The department donated the retired engine to the school for the Firefighter Academy, a program that trains students for careers in the fire service. The fire engine will give students an opportunity for hands-on training, which is an important part of the Career and Technical Education program. Click here for pictures of the fire engine delivery. Click here to watch the story on WCNC.





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  • Homecoming Queen 2016

    We are pleased to announce our Homecoming Queen as Shaniya Hollis! Our Homecoming Court included Tavia Nixon, Amanda Monge, Loghan Hilton, Amelia Taylor, Raven Oglesby, and Shaniya Hollis. 


    Homecoming Court 2016


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  • HHHS Senior Trip 2017

    Senior Class

    This year the Senior Class will have an awesome opportunity for a senior trip to Atlanta, GA. Seniors will visit several exciting attractions, including Six Flags. Tentative dates for the trip are from Thursday, April 20, 2017 to Saturday, April 22, 2017. Seniors can obtain information about the Senior Trip and payment options through this Parent Letter or from Carmela Watson at ctwatson@gaston.k12.nc.us.


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  • 2016-2017 Student Government Representatives

    Election results for Student Government Representatives were announced on Wednesday, Septebmer 21, 2016.  Congratulations to all the students who ran for an office!  Click Here for a complete list of 2016-2017 student government representatives.



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  • Traffic Pattern

    Our traffic pattern has changed. Please follow the new traffic pattern when dropping off students and picking up students. The student drop off / pick up area is located in front of the main gym near the picnic tables.



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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!


    Convocation 2016



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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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  • 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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  • 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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