108 Orchard Ave
Hubbard, OH 44425
  Phone: 330.534.1921  Fax: 330.534.0522



 Hubbard School's History


1804 Asael Adams, of Canterbury Connecticut, opened a “select” school in Hubbard.
1868/1870 A free high school was planned and constructed. Village grade school on first floor, village and township high school on second floor.
1917 Village & township boards merge into Hubbard Exempted Village School District.
1921 New Hubbard High School three story building with gymnasium and auditorium built on Orchard Avenue. New building held both grade school & high school.
1922 Ridge school built Northeastern part of township
1927 Roosevelt Elementary School building constructed on School Street. Hubbard High School Orchard Ave. becomes Hubbard Junior/Senior high school.
1939 Roosevelt gymnasium completed thanks to Franklin D. Roosevelt Public Works Project. Also stage built for instrumental music, with chemistry and physics classes on second story above stage.
1949 Residents vote to build new high school on Hall Ave.
1953 Hubbard Schools opens new high school on Hall Ave.  Hubbard High on Orchard Ave. becomes Junior high school.
1956 High School auditorium named the Thomas A. Hall Memorial Auditorium to honor principal, Mr. Thomas Hall, who was killed in an automobile accident on his way home from a school function
1957 Eighth grade addition construction at H.H.S. later becomes English Hall.
1960 Reed Elementary School constructed on Hall Ave. Hubbard Schools now have three elementary schools – Ridge, Reed and Roosevelt.
1970 Additions added to Hubbard High School. Courtyard becomes media center, cafeteria expanded, new gymnasium built and major classroom expansion.
1992 Auditorium remodeled.
2006 Residents approve Bond Issue to construct K-12 campus.
2012 K-12 campus completed on Hall Ave., Roosevelt gymnasium on old Roosevelt site saved / new Board Office complex constructed.