Hubbard K-12 Campus – Hubbard, Ohio
Formed in 1917 the Hubbard Exempted Village School District built the original Hubbard High School on Orchard Avenue in 1921; the new school housed both the high school and grade school. Over the next 20 years the school district added a second building, Roosevelt Elementary on School Street, and then turned the Orchard Avenue building into the Hubbard Junior/Senior High School. With a growing population and need for more educational space to accommodate the growing student body the District voted to construct a new High School on Hall Avenue, it was completed in 1953 and the High School has been housed here for nearly 60 years.
In 2006 Hubbard residents approved a bond issue to construct a new K-12 Central Campus on Hall Avenue. The plans are complex and temporarily relocating students, offices, classrooms, gymnasiums and auditoriums will be required. Awarding the contract to the Hudson Group, Inc. in 2009 the school district begins the 42 month project to develop the new Central School Campus at the Hall Avenue location while demolishing the existing facilities on the site.
The Hudson Group began work at the High School in March 2009 and completed all Phases on-schedule and in-budget.
Phase I/ High School completed August 2010
Phase II/ Elementary School completed December 2010
Phase III/ Middle School completed August 2012
When Hudson Group, Inc. turned over the final Phase of the Project, the Middle School, it marked the first time that all of Hubbard’s student body attended a single school campus since 1927! Hudson Group, Inc. is proud to have played a part in this significant accomplishment… GO EAGLES!