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HBCSD middle school teachers explore and practice engineering tasks to bring back to the classroom

Surf City's Got Talent finds talent and vocal chops with Sowers's MIT group!

12th Annual Creative Visions Art Show at HB Art Center held over 600 student art displays in addition to live performances! 

STEM activities for all ages at Perry Elementary School's Family STEM Night.

Sowers Middle School students program sphero ball through the maze.  21st century learning using Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math to inspire learning and problem solving.

One of the Top 3 Winners of the #HBCSDFirstDay2018 Photo Contest

Students from Tianjin China visit Moffett Elementary for cultural exchange

UCI Mobile Rocket and Fab Lab at Perry Elementary School's Family STEM Night.

HBCSD Arts Lead Teachers from each school promote Visual and Performing Arts

Sowers MIT Group perform at Surf City's Got Talent Competition at Downtown HB. Yes we have talent!

Moffett students perform the minuet during Walk through the Revolution

Sowers's MIT Group rock it out at Surf City's Got Talent in downtown HB. 

HBCSD Preschool student building and thinking through play.  More STEAM activities for our early learners!

Teachers keep learning to better serve our students

Peterson Elementary honors our country

HBCSD middle school science teachers continue to explore the NGSS standards and engineering tasks with OCDE STEM

Moffett Student Council and  Huntington Beach plant trees in Drew Park for Arbor Day.  

Join Surf Club - available at Dwyer and Sowers Middle Schools

Dwyer Middle School Beach Clean Up 

Technology and collaboration

One of the Top 3 Winners of the #HBCSDFirstDay2018 Photo Contest

Sowers Middle School's Music Industry and Technology (MIT) Performing Group

Congratulations to HBCSD Classified Employees of the Year!  Thank you for all you do to support our students!

Moffett Student Council and Ms. Tree celebrate Arbor Day tree planting at Drew Park. 

Congratulations to HBCSD Early Childhood Education Program for being Outstanding ECE Program! 

Peterson Elementary celebrates Read Across America

Award Winning Show Choirs at Dwyer and Sowers Middle School

Hawes Elementary students plant their garden with OCDE's Inside the Outdoors

Over 600 student art pieces on display at HB Art Center for 12th Annual Creative Visions Art Showcase.

Beach Clean Up

Students from Tianjin and Moffett work on solving math problems together

Mrs. Unland leads Number Talks with her students

Read Across America at Peterson Elementary

One of the Top 3 Winners of the #HBCSDFirstDay2018 Photo Contest

Sowers Middle School's New Elective- Guitar 

Dwyer Middle School's Femineers' Club promotes female engineers! Ready to rule the world!

HBCSD honors Arts Volunteers 

Ms. Laura Zellmer is surprised in class as she is name HBCSD's Teacher of the Year!

Edison High School student mentors students from Eader Elementary


Regular Board Meeting
Date: 10/15/2019, 6 PM 8 PM
Regular Board Meeting
Date: 11/12/2019, 6 PM 8 PM
Regular Board Meeting
Date: 12/10/2019, 6 PM 8 PM

News & Announcements

Notice Of Public Hearing - Trustee Area Maps

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the Huntington Beach City School District at a Board meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m. on October 15, 2019, at the District Office located at 8750 Dorsett Drive, Huntington Beach, will conduct a public hearing to receive input on proposed Trustee-Area maps.

Dyslexia Awareness Month - October 2019

Dyslexia Awareness Month is designated by the International Dyslexia Association annually in October in order to encourage staff members, families, and the community to collaborate to raise awareness and understanding in so much as to identify, treat and prevent problems associated with dyslexia in order to ensure success for every student with dyslexia.

ASCON Project Communication (Click Here)

As of June 6, 2019, the ASCON project has been collaborating with community stakeholders to improve safety practices as part of the landfill project. DTSC is responsible for ensuring that communities are safe from environmental hazards. Huntington Beach City School District’s first and foremost responsibility is to ensure the safety of our students and employees.

The Annual District Survey Results Are In!

Please click on this story for a link to view the results of our Annual District Survey!  Thank you to each and every one of you who took the time to complete our survey.  Your opinion means a lot to us!

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