The Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD) Open Enrollment period for the 2019-20 school begins Monday, January 14. During this time, parents of any current or incoming students who wish to attend a HBUHSD school other than his or her home school of resident should fill out an Open Enrollment petition. Parents of students who wish to attend their resident assigned high school do not need to take any further action.
To complete an Open Enrollment petition, parents must register for an Aeries Parent Account and complete the Enrollment Confirmation starting January 14. Although the district supports parental choice and is committed to Open Enrollment, once the Open Enrollment windows end OR a school reaches capacity, that school will be closed to Open Enrollment. To create an Aeries Parent Account and begin the Open Enrollment petition process, visit my.hbuhsd.edu.
District students have the opportunity to choose from a list of distinguished comprehensive high schools including Edison, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Marina, Ocean View, and Westminster. Students may also choose to attend Coast, an independent study high school that also offers modified daily instruction. To learn more about HBUHSD schools, visit www.hbuhsd.edu/ourschools.
Throughout the Open Enrollment period, each comprehensive high school will also host 8th Grade Student & Parent Information Night(s) to provide incoming families with information necessary to make knowledgeable and realistic decisions in education planning for high school and postsecondary options. To see a full schedule of 8th Grade Student & Parent Information Nights, visit www.hbuhsd.edu/incomingstudents.
Some of the notable programs offered within the district’s six schools include International Baccalaureate (IB), Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Center for International Business and Communications (CIBACS), Business Academy (BA), and Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts (HBAPA) just to name a few. The district’s schools also provide students with multiple pathways to postsecondary education and careers through Career Technical Education (CTE) courses such as Computer Science, Digital Media, Culinary Arts, Agricultural Sciences, Construction, and much more. To learn more about HBUHSD schools, visit www.hbuhsd.edu/ourschools.