Huntley High School
13719 Harmony Road
Huntley, IL  60142

Main Number: (847) 659-6600
Student Services Fax: (847) 659-6628
Attendance Line: (847) 659-6611  
Attendance Fax: (847) 659-6623
Health Offices: (847) 659-6604  (A - K)
  (847) 659-6504  (L - Z)
Health Office Fax: (847) 659-6520
Teacher Voicemails: (847) 659-6800
Office Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
School Day: 7:30 a.m. - 2:26 p.m. 

Mr. Scott Rowe

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Associate Principal:

Mrs. Shelly Kish

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Mission Statement

INSPIRING students to succeed, CHALLENGING students to achieve their potential, and EMPOWERING students to be contributing citizens in an ever-changing world.



To update information for your student including phone number, address change and email, please email: studentupdate@district158.org 



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Sign-up for the Activity Bus in the LRC daily before noon. 


If students attend Raider Aid, there is no charge for the activity bus.  Otherwise, the charges are as follows:


  • $3 per day

  • $55 for 20 ride pass


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Events and Activities Calendar(click here) Athletics Calendar
Upcoming Events:
August 13th Material Pick Up Days 7:30 am  - 1:30 pm
August 14th Material Pick Up Days 1:30 pm - 7:30 pm
August 15th New Student Orientation Grades 10th-12th 11:30AM-2:00PM
August 15th Freshman Raider Rally 8am - 12pm
August 19th Make Up Day for Material Pick Up 9 am - 2 pm
August 20th First Day of School
Welcome Back to School Information:

Find out answers to your back to school questions here!

Back to School Newsletter


Materials Pick Up Day:

Welcome HHS students - we are happy to see you!  Please park in the parking lot on the East side of the building (left side when you enter) and use Door 22 by the PAC for entry into the building.

On these days, you will be able to:

  • Drop off 9th grade physicals (if they have not already been turned in)
  • Pick up your id
  • Pick up your schedule
  • Get your yearbook picture taken
  • Pick up books for your classes
  • Find your locker
  • Log in to your Google, Haiku and email accounts
  • Purchase gym uniforms
  • Pick up your parking sticker if you purchased one through the web store


HHS Summer Forum:


HHS Summer Forum is an annual 3 day program for incoming freshman of Huntley High School. The program is sponsored by the Huntley Police Department along with participating agencies, Lake in the Hills Police Department and McHenry County Sheriff's Office.

The goal of HHS Summer Forum is to provide these incoming freshman with important information they will need before entering their high school years, all while incorporating fun games, activities, and team building exercises. Topics to be discussed include, but are not limited to, bullying/cyberbullying, teen dating violence, current drug trends & alcohol, dangers of the internet & social networking, and other Huntley High School rules and expectations. The purpose of HHS Summer Forum is to establish positive relationships involving law enforcement with the youth of the Huntley, Lake in the Hills, and Algonquin areas.


Freshman that attend this program will be well-informed on important issues that teenagers face today. Teen culture is changing and peer pressure is more prevalent than ever. Our goal is to educate the youth and help them make healthy and positive choices during their high school experience.


HHS Summer Forum, August 12th - 14th


Contact Officer Nora Cirks at ncirks@huntley.il.us



Summer Reading:

Have you started your summer reading HHS? 

Below you will find the link that provides summer reading requirements for all HHS students.  Summer reading must be completed by August 29th, 2014.  At that time students will be held accountable for the summer reading through a variety of graded assessments in English classes. Seniors who take English IV in the spring semester will be held accountable for summer reading at the start of the second semester.




Updating Power School Information:

Make sure your information is accurate in Power School so you receive all the HHS updates.

To update your information in Power School, including email address, you will need to email studentupdate@district158.orgSimply updating the email address information in your personal  Power School account will not update our database