School Mission
At Huntsville High School, we believe that education should help students develop their potential as contributing members of society who approach their future with a positive life-long attitude toward learning. The intellectual, cultural, environmental, athletic, and social experiences in education must encourage tolerance and self-esteem, while fostering the development of skills necessary for growth in an ever-changing world.

School History
Huntsville HS was established in 1904. We celebrated our 100th year reunion in June 2004.

General Information

  • Huntsville HS is located beside the town’s Summit Centre which has an indoor ice surface and swimming pool
  • The school is beside the Muskoka river which meanders through the beautiful small town of Huntsville
  • Huntsville HS has continued to exceed the provincial average on the OSSLT and EQAO
  • Huntsville HS welcomes international students
  • Huntsville HS hosts two schools from Japan each year for a culture exchange

Programs

  • Specialist High Skills Majors in Arts and Culture, Construction, Environment, Hospitality and Tourism, and Manufacturing
  • Active Practical Academics and Life Skills program for students with exceptional needs

  • Extended French
  • Dual credits in Hospitality and the Arts
  • Large Co-operative Education program
  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship program
  • Composite school offering a variety of courses for students preparing for the workplace, an apprenticeship, college, or university
  • Partnerships with Georgian College, Fleming College, and University of Waterloo.

Events & Activities

  • Breakfast Program serving all students
  • Award winning athletic teams
  • Award winning music program
  • Musicals
  • Active Student Government
  • Fundraisers supporting local and global needs
  • International educational and service trips including places such as Cuba, New York, Ghana, and Washington
  • Over 40 extra-curricular clubs and teams

Parent Participation
The community of Huntsville is actively involved in supporting curricular and extra-curricular programs. The School Council meets every other month.

Enrolment: 924