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Hubbard High School mission statement is preparing our students to soar independently and reach new heights by teaching tomorrow’s skills to today’s learners.


The high school (grades 9-12) has approximately 624 students.


Senior Plans – CLASS OF 2019 (information based on 114 returned surveys)


4 years or longer at a college or university        (80)        70%


Trade / Technical -2 year program                      (15)        13%

Armed Services                                                        (4)        6%


Full Employment/Undecided/Other                    (13)        11%


Total Actual Graduates – 152


Scholarships – Students reported a value of $ 1,979,965.00

Some additional scholarships may be awarded over the summer.


College Credit Plus - (CCP)
College Credit Plus is a program that allows students to enroll in a college/university and earn college credits while in high school.  Students may earn college credits by:  taking a CCP course on their high school campus, attending courses on a college campus, or enrolling in a college online course.


College Credit Plus Pathways:


15 credit General Education Pathway

CCP College Algebra (4 sem hrs) and Trigonometry (3 sem hrs)
CCP Calculus 1 (4 sem hrs) and Intro to Statistics (3 sem hrs)
CCP French (3 sem hrs)
Total:  17 semester hours

30 credit General Education Pathway

CCP College Algebra (4 sem hrs) and Trigonometry (3 sem hrs)
CCP Calculus 1 (4 sem hrs) and Intro to Statistics (3 sem hrs)
CCP College Writing 1 (3 sem hrs)
CCP General Chemistry 1 (4 sem hrs) and General Chemistry 2 (4 sem hrs)
CCP Intermediate French (3 sem hrs)
CCP American Government (3 sem hrs) and Comparative Politics (3 sem hrs)
Total:  34 semester hours


We also offer AP Biology, AP U.S. History, and AP Studio Art -  2 courses (alternating years) -  2D Design and also Drawing.


We offer a wide variety of extra-curricular activities at our high school, including:


BARD (Yearbook Staff)

Future Teachers of America

French Club

Ecology Club

Class Officers

Spanish Club

Drama Club

Academic Prep Bowl

Student Council

Art Club


HUB (Newspaper Staff)

Marching Band


Dance line

Jazz band

Pep band

National Honor Society

ASL Club

Rotary Interact Club

Mock Trial

Academic Challenge Team

Future Business Leaders of America



Link Crew


Hubbard Middle School is comprised of 535 students in grades 5-8.  HMS offers a wide range of programs, extracurricular activities, and assemblies to create successful students
The following are examples of what HMS offers
•    All students rotate in a nine week course of: Computer Science, Art, Physical Education, and Health
•    Nine week rotations of STEM projects, Junior Achievement, Writing, Financial Literacy, and small group Assistance are achieved during their Flex period
•    Grades 5-8 are departmentalized with full inclusion and co-teach classrooms
•    Accelerated pathways for Math and Science (Algebra/ Physical Science)
•    Title I services both for Reading and Math areas
•    PBIS Initiatives
•    Build the Nest
•    Our Choir and Band program perform both winter and spring concerts for all grades 
•    PRIDE Students of the Month

•    Eagle Ticket reward system​

•    Academic Groups include:  
o    Prep Bowl
o    Math Counts
o    Lego Robotics
o    English Festival (7-9th Grade)
o    Drama Club

o    Friends of Rachel Club
o    Year Book Committee
o    Student Council
•    Field Trips, Student Dances, and a District Wide Art Show are also ways students get involved at HMS

Hubbard Elementary School is comprised of students in grades K-4 (approximately 655 students)

Offers all students a rotation of weekly specialty classes such as Physical Education, Art, Music, STEM and for the K-1 students Library

Grades 3&4 are departmentalized and K-2 are self-contained

HES has a very active parent’s association (HEPA)

Monthly family night events

Field trips throughout the entire school year

After school test prep programs

Title I services

Daily small group intervention

Success by Six (pre-kindergarten program)

Winter Concerts

Spring Concerts


School Wide PBIS


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