Through website engagement, social media, and various communication (traditional and new) outlets, the Huntington Beach Union High School District continuously strives to create a more effective, unique, and innovative footprint.
All media inquiries regarding district matters should be referred to the Public Information Coordinator so responses can be coordinated with the appropriate administrators to ensure a unified response.
If you are a member of the media that wishes to attend a school event or function, please make arrangements in advance with the Public Information Coordinator who will then coordinate arrangements with the school site. Although Huntington Beach Union High School District encourages administrators to make every effort to accommodate the reasonable requests of news media for access to schools, school officials do have the authority to deny access when they believe the media's presence may be disruptive or interfere with classes or other school activities.
Cheryl McKenziePublic Information CoordinatorExt. email@example.com
The HBUHSD Newsroom is a one-stop source for news pertaining to all things Huntington Beach Union High School District. With over 16,000 students educated in six comprehensive high schools, a continuation high school, an alternative high school, and an adult school, the HBUHSD Newsroom will be updated with exciting district happenings on a continuous basis. Explore the HBUHSD Newsroom anytime by visiting newsroom.hbuhsd.edu.