The Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD) is committed to providing students and staff with a safe and secure environment in which to learn and work.  The district is prepared to respond to emergencies and urgent situations that require immediate action.

In the Event of an Emergency

In the event of an emergency affecting one of our campuses, the district will notify students, staff, parents, and members of the community through a variety of mechanisms including live newsroom and social media updates, email, and phone.  In addition, the district homepage (www.hbuhsd.edu) will display an emergency alert and direct users here, to this live updates page that will outline the district’s response and any developing updates.


Non-Emergency Police Number

Huntington Beach
Police Department (HBPD)

Phone: (714) 960-8825

Fountain Valley
Police Department (FVPD)

Phone: (714) 593-4485

Westminster
Police Department (WPD)

Phone: (714) 898-3315


District Contact Information
Front Desk: (714) 903-7000
www.hbuhsd.edu

Edison
High School (EHS)
Phone: (714) 962-1356
www.edisonchargers.com

Fountain Valley
High School (FVHS)
Phone: (714) 962-3301
www.fvhs.com

Huntington Beach
High School (HBHS)
Phone: (714) 536-2514
www.hboilers.com

Marina
High School (MHS)
Phone: (714) 863-6571
www.marinavikings.org

Ocean View
High School (OVHS)
Phone: (714) 848-0656
www.ovhs.info

Westminster
High School (WHS)
Phone: (714) 893-1381
www.whslions.net

Coast
High School (CHS)
Phone: (714) 848-5160
www.coasthighschool.com

Huntington Beach
Adult School (HBAS)
Phone: (714) 842-4227
www.hbas.edu

Valley Vista
High School (VVHS)
Phone: (714) 964-7766
www.vvhs.info


AlertOC

In addition to HBUHSD emergency alerts, we recommend individuals subscribe to AlertOC, a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County, California residents, and businesses informed of emergencies and certain community events.

By registering with AlertOC, time-sensitive voice messages from the County of City in which you live or work may be sent to your home, cell, or business phone.  Text messages may also be sent to cell phones, e-mail accounts, and hearing impaired receiving devices.

Click here to be directed to the AlertOC registration page.