Vision Statement

"Achieving Tomorrow's Excellence Today"

Mission Statement

"The mission statement of the Huntington Independent School District is to instill a desire for excellence in preparing its students to become citizens who are able to make informed and intelligent choices between alternatives they will encounter during their lifetime. In collaboration with parents and community, the Huntington Independent School District will help students develop a desire for learning the skills to become contributing members of society."

The Huntington Independent School District ISD is a small 4-A rural district nestled within 226 square miles of Angelina County that provides educational facilities and resources to meet the needs of more than 1732 students on five campuses.

Huntington High School and Pride Alternative School have 585 students in grades nine through twelve.
Huntington Middle School has 359 students in grades six through eight.
Huntington Intermediate School has 268 students in grades four through five.
Huntington Elementary School has 520 students in grades pre-kindergarten through three.
Huntington ISD's location places it near several institutions of higher learning in the state:
Stephen F. Austin State University is located 30 miles north in Nacogdoches.
Angelina College is 10 miles north in Lufkin.

The City of Huntington is located ten miles south of Lufkin on U.S. Highway 69. Huntington, located in deep East Texas, provides easy access to the major metropolitan areas of the state:
Houston is 135 miles south.
Dallas is 185 miles northwest.
Austin is located 225 miles southwest.
The city was created in 1900 as a hub for farming activities in Angelina County. There is a variety of recreational facilities located nearby:
Lake Sam Rayburn is 10 minutes away.
Toledo Bend and Lake Livingston are 45 minutes from Huntington.
The Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation is located 40 miles away.
Numerous national park facilities are located within a short distance.