Hubbard High School (Ohio)

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Hubbard High School (sometimes referred to as HHS) is a public high school located in Hubbard, Ohio, in the United States.


The school, located at 350 Hall Ave, serves students in grades nine through 12 from Hubbard, Ohio, but also a number of students from Youngstown through the Open Enrollment program. The school's mascot is the Eagle.

All three schools were recently rebuilt, and Hubbard has one of the newest campuses in the area.

Marching Band[edit]

Hubbard High's marching band is one of the largest in the area, with a whole 207 members. They are truly "The Musical Pride of Hubbard", as the community calls them. The fight song is Notre Dame, and the Alma Mater is based on the folk song "Finlandia". The band is under the direction of Dan Nestich and Andrea Lewis.

Track and Field[edit]

Track and Field is a huge part of many of the students' lives at HHS. The track coach is Coach Greenameyer, with Coach Stoffer as assistant coach, Coach Wilson as the throwing coach, Coach Gosney as hurdling coach, and last but not least, Coach MacMillan as distance coach.

Administration[edit]

Hubbard High School is the only high school in the Hubbard Exempted Village School District. Mr. Soloman is the Superintendent of Schools. The high school's principal is Ms. Brandi Gough, and the assistant is to be determined this coming year.

Ohio Middle School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

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Coordinates: 41°09′07″N 80°34′56″W / 41.152065°N 80.582231°W / 41.152065; -80.582231


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