• Huntsville HS

Huntsville High School

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

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