On November 8, 2016 voters of the Huntington Beach City School District passed the Measure Q Bond to support the facilities needs of our community’s schools. Proposition 39 allows the District to sell $159,850,000 through a series of four bond sales over the next 12 years. Facilities improvements will be implemented in phases in accordance with the district-wide priorities established through a facility needs assessment process.
Facilities improvements concentrate largely on renovating and converting space at the District’s existing campuses into 21st Century learning environments, as well as health, code, safety and accessibility upgrades. HBCSD is a champion of 21st Century learning and teaching methodologies, and is investing a significant portion of monies to upgrading school facilities in alignment with these principles and the ultimate goal of student success.