Month: November 2016

“What If” Week at Huntington Beach High promotes healthier, happier lifestyles

On Wednesday, November 16, Huntington Beach High School (HBHS) had the privilege of hosting Tyler Durman (pictured below), a well-known motivational speaker who specializing in talking to and about teens across the country.  Tyler spoke to students about caring relationships and a growth mindset during two assemblies.  For the HBHS Oilers, listening to Tyler was like watching a good movie — he will make you laugh, make you cry and ultimately, leave you thinking about life and how you want to live it. Later that evening, Tyler also spoke to HBHS parents, using his storytelling abilities, on how to enrich their lives with their...

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Ocean View High renames gymnasium as tribute to late coach Jim Harris

CAPTION (above): Coach Harris’ son and wife share a moment together as they see their beloved father and husband’s memorial plaque on the front of Ocean View’s gymnasium. Coach Harris’ son, Jimmy Harris, is a teacher and assistant coach at the school. The Ocean View High School (OVHS) gymnasium will now officially be known as the Jim Harris Gymnasium in honor of the legendary, late basketball coach.  On November 26, hundreds of former players, current students, alumni, family, and friends gathered to help the school make the renaming official. The ceremony followed the school’s 6th annual Coaches for a Cause games.  Each...

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Support any HBUHSD school and register for Resolution Run

Join the Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD) and Edison High School (EHS) and participate in the 4th annual Resolution Run on December 11, 2016. This event consists of a 5K and 1-mile race along the streets of the Huntington Beach community in benefit of ALL HBUHSD schools, the McKenna Claire Foundation, and Resolution Run foundational partners.  To register, visit or and search Resolution Run. All participants will be able to give back to the community while raising funds for a specific program within the Huntington Beach Union High School District. Runners may designate a specific...

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