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Prom tickets are on sale again all this week for $50 each.

For students who have signed up for Trig/Precalc, Trig/Precalc Honors, or Trig/Precalc dual credit next year: If you have not received the gold form about changes to these classes, please get a form in the office and return to your counselor by this Friday.

The Putnam County Art Show will be April 13th from 5PM-8PM at the Putnam Career and Technical Center – come and support our HHS artists.

AP Calculus review will be Wednesday from 4pm to 5pm in Mrs. Wyatt's room.

Science National Honor Society members who want a cord for graduation need to bring $20, which includes your dues to Mrs. Sergent or Mr. Perry by Friday, April 28.

New Science National Honor Society inductees need to pay their $8 dues ASAP. You will get your certificate when you pay your dues. If you are a senior and want the graduation cord, you can pay an additional $12 for a total of $20.00.

If you plan on getting your Proof of Enrollment for spring break you need to fill the form out by Tuesday, April 11th. It will be ready to be picked up on Thursday, April 13th here at the school. The board office will not fill any POE requests, they MUST be picked up at the school.

The $10 for Chem Club graduation stoles is due no later than April 14th. Money can be turned in during lunch in Mrs. Tolley’s room 211.

2017 Yearbook is on sale now! Yearbooks can be ordered online at or through Mrs. Dolin in room 152. $65 make checks payable to HHS Yearbook. Recognition ads can be purchased this year:
Full page 9x12 color $140 black & white $130
Half page 9x6 color $80 black & white $70
Quarter page 4 ½ x 6 color $50 black & white $40
Eighth page 4 ½ x 3 color $40 black & white $30

It’s time to start collecting pictures for the senior slide show at graduation, 1 senior, 1 baby and 1 candid picture. Email them to Mrs. Allen in jpeg form to or take them to room 155, be sure to have your name on the back of the pictures and on the envelope you bring them in. April 14th is the deadline.


WVU Tech is offering a summer camp for students interested in STEM fields. Camp is June 18th-23rd. Cost of the camp is $350.00 but scholarships are available. You may apply by going to Deadline is April 17th.

Any junior or senior who is interest in a career in the hospital setting is invited to attend a career showcase on Tuesday, May 2nd from 10:30AM-11:30AM at the Charleston Civic Center. Some areas which will be represented are nursing, allied health, professional/technical support, clerical, management/administration and physicians. If you are interested please sign up in the office. 

4/12 Baseball @ Capital JV/V 4:30PM
4/12 Softball @ home vs Chapmanville V/JV 5:30PM
4/13 Tennins @ Huntington 4PM
4/13 Baseball @ Ripley V 6PM
4/14 Track @ Winfield
4/14 Softball @ Lucasville Valley V 5:30PM
4/15 Softball @ East Carter V 12PM
Softball @ Ashland V 4PM
4/15 Baseball @ home vs Boyd County V/JV 12PM
4/18 Softball @ home vs Spring Valley V/JV 5:30PM
4/18-22 Baseball @ Mingo Bay – Myrtle Beach
4/19 Softball @ Huntington V 6PM
4/21 Softball @ home vs St. Albans V 6PM

Congratulations to the March 2017 Students of the Month!

Joey Sullivan

Chaz Sisk


Margaret Smith


Haley Paul

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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.