Hunter Huss High School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Hunter Huss High School
1518 Edgefield Ave.
Gastonia, North Carolina 28052

Coordinates 35°14′24″N 81°12′23″W / 35.24000°N 81.20639°W / 35.24000; -81.20639
Established 1962
School district Gaston County Schools
Category Public School
Principal Torben Ross
Enrollment 1,190
Color(s) Columbia blue and White
Athletics conference Big South (3A)
Team name Huskies
Rivals Ashbrook High School and Forestview High School

Hunter Huss High School (abbreviated HHHS) is a public high school in the Gaston County Schools school district located in Gastonia, North Carolina, United States. It is the oldest existing high school in Gaston County. Currently, the school is under renovation. The current principal is Torben Ross. Hunter Huss currently has three assistant principals: Jamie Peoples, Stephanie Jackson, and Joel Lineberger.


Hunter Huss High School is an International Baccalaureate(IB) World School. There are currently no other IB schools in Gaston County.

According to the Official Hunter Huss Website: "The mission of Hunter Huss High School is to work in partnership with students, parents, and the community to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring individuals who will help create a better world through intercultural understanding and respect for all. Together we will strive to become life-long learners and responsible members of society."


2008 Big South Conference Championship (12-0) Conference Record[1]
2011 3A Basketball State Champions

Clubs and organizations[edit]

Academic Clubs[edit]

Extracurricular Clubs[edit]



  • Anime Club
  • Band
  • Chess Club
  • Chorus
  • Guitar club
  • Math club
  • Community Environmental Actions Team
  • Drama Club
  • Fellowship of Christian Students
  • French Club
  • Future Teachers of America
  • Hi-Q
  • Interact Club
  • Junior Council
  • Literacy Club
  • Math Club
  • Renaissance Club
  • Revolution
  • Senior Council
  • Spanish Club
  • Step Team
  • HOSA (health occupation students of America)
  • Student Government

Special Achievements[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • DeMaris and Abdul Williams
    • Un-official writers of 2004's White Chicks
    • Attended Hunter Huss from 1990–1993


"The Fabulous Years"(2007-2008 Hunter Huss Yearbook)

External links[edit]