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Homecoming week is upon us. Every year during lunch, the classes battle it out with Grooms Relays, named after Adele Groom, a former teacher here at Hurricane High. Monday's relays will be the following: spades relay, cup stack relay, cheese & cracker relay, and if time allows, broom relay. Each day, every class will need 6 teammates, 3 boys and 3 girls to compete in the relays. Make sure you come down and participate or cheer on your class. All of the relays tie into the points for the end of the week's spirit competition!

Any DECA member planning to attend the Fall Leadership Conference needs to get their money in by Friday, Sept. 22.

The Career Conference scheduled for next week has been canceled and all other career conferences for the school year have been canceled. See Mrs. Hawes if you have questions.

Academy Day will take place at South Charleston High School on Saturday, September 30th at 2pm. Students will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the US Air Force Academy, US Military Academy, US Coast Guard, US Naval Academy, US Merchant Marine Academy, and the ROTC. For more information contact the Office of US Senator Shelley Moore Capito.

The HHS counselors, along with Mr. Campbell and Mrs. Hawes, will be hosting a student luncheon for any new students that transferred to HHS at the beginning of the year. We will be serving Pizza from Marcos! If you are interested we will pull you from the 2nd half of 2nd Block to eat and talk about your transition. Lunch will be Wednesday September 20th. If you are interested, please see your councelor!

Mr. Willard is selling old yearbook from this year's current Seniors Freshman and Sophomore school years and this year's current Juniors Freshman year in Rm 143 for $25 each. That's more than half off of the original price. Limited supply so get yours ASAP!

Homecoming Spirit Week 9/25-9/29

Underclassmen Days
1.) Merry Monday - dress in Christmas attire
2.) Tropical Tuesday
3.) Wild West Wednesday
4.) Character Day
5.) Pride in the Tribe Day(Red/White)

Senior Days
1.) Make Believe Monday
2.) Frat-tastic Tuesday
3.) Water Park Wednesday
4.) Toga Thursday
5.) Pride in the Tribe Day(Red/White)
*The game Friday will be a white out*

National Honor Society members are reminded to bring in their dues and cases of soda.

Homecoming T-shirts are on sale for $10 at lunch time; the design is now available on the school website. Shirts will be on sale every day until September 20th.


The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 11th during 1st and 2nd blocks. The PSAT is the National Merit Qualifying test for 11th graders. Any 9th, 10th or 11th grade student is eligible to take this test as practice for the SAT. Juniors may begin purchasing test on Monday, September 18th. Sophomores and Freshmen can begin purchasing test on Monday, September 25th. Tests are $16 and can be purchased from Mrs. Pasley before school, between classes or at lunch. 

The golf team suffered its first loss in a dual match yesterday to GW. The medalist for Hurricane was Olivia Hart with a 35.

The boys soccer team beat Spring Valley 6-1 last night. Ryan Fisher and Reece Moss scored 2 goals each and Jackson Snavely and Alex Foose scored 1 goal each. Alik Assi had 2 assists. Ryan Fisher, Colton J ones and Alex Foose each had 1 assist. Redskins are now 9-0-3 and play Cabell Midland at home on Thursday.

The girls' soccer team defeated Spring Valley last night 3-1. The first goal was scored by Sydney Bell from an assist from Jenna Adams. The second goal was a strike from Annmarie Ramey assisted by Braelyn Pritt. The last goal was a 20 yard free kick from Brooke Lucas. Lauren Adams and Olivia Bird played in goal. The girls's record is now 8-4. 

The girls' soccer team honored their senior members last night at their last scheduled home game of the season. Senior players that were recognized are Jenna Adams, Lauren Adams, Jayla Antol, Jessica Ray, Tobi Short and Hannah Smith.

Congratulations to the September 2017 Students of the Month!

Delainy Seccurro
Delainy Seccurro

Marissa Carter

Marissa Carter

Enzo Lewis
Enzo Lewis

Isabella Hart
Isabella Hart

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About Us

Our Community:    
Hurricane lies halfway between the cities of Huntington and Charleston.  Families and businesses locate here because of the metropolitan proximity and clean suburban living.  Our area has seen a 23% population growth since the year 2000.  
Our School:  
As the largest of four high schools in Putnam County, Hurricane High School is a public institution for grades 9 through 12 with 1,270 students and 75 classroom teachers.  There are four administrators and four guidance counselors. 
Our Graduates:  
38% of students participate in the free or reduced lunch program.
78% of those graduating (260 students) intend to pursue a four-year degree program.  12% intend to pursue a two-year program at a community or technical college.