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About Our District

Our Mission

Empowering and inspiring our students for a successful future.

To empower our students to be academically and socially prepared for their futures through the support of excellent teachers and staff, families, and community partners.

Who We Serve

Huber Heights City Schools (HHCS) serves more than 5,000 students in grades PK-12 at one preschool, five elementary schools, one junior high school, one senior high school and one career technology center. 

How We Serve

Achieve today, excel tomorrow. 

We strive to teach students how to think critically and creatively. At Huber Heights City Schools, we proudly display our Warrior Pride by having our students learn today, so they’re prepared for tomorrow.

Our Administrative Departments

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City of Huber Heights

- Great Economy, Convenient Airport, and Fun Recreation - 

Located just minutes from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Dayton's commercial center, Huber Heights is home to over 800 businesses, from high-tech manufacturers to distributors. The close proximity of Dayton International Airport and the I-75/I-70 "Crossroads of America" interchange offer ease of access to the over 600 acres of prime land in the City's business park and the approximately 500 acres of high-traffic retail locations offering our residents and visitors great dining, shopping, and entertainment options.

Our commercial and manufacturing clusters are strategically located to all three of our interchanges on Interstate 70. In addition to the benefits of location, our workforce is highly skilled and well-educated; and City leaders are committed to ensuring the availability of resources and quality City services and support. To learn more about the City of Huber Heights, please visit

MCESC Business Advisory Council

The Montgomery County Educational Service Center (MCESC) facilitates the state-mandated Business Advisory Council for the public school sof Montgomery and Warren counties, which includes Huber Heights City Schools.

The MCESC Business Advisory Council's mission is to ensure our workforce can compete by enhancing partnerships between schools, higher education and employers. There are four main outcomes the MCESC BAC strives to achieve:

  1. Ensuring student success and career readiness while in school,
  2. Helping existing and new businesses thrive in our region,
  3. Keeping talent in our region, and
  4. Making Montgomery and Warren Counties great places to live and work.

Visit the MCESC BAC website here.