Huron Heights Secondary School is the newest high school in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. It serves the rapidly-growing southwest end of the city, located at the intersection of Strasburg and Huron Road. It opened on September 5, 2006. Its student body and more specifically, sports teams are known as the Huskies.
Along with up-to-date facilities and a modern look, the school is the only one in the region to have a specialized health care lab that is dedicated to health care, and health care accessories. Huron Heights has a unique teaching program that provides specific instruction to those who are interested in the many varied opportunities in the Health Sector (medicine, nursing, geriatrics, nutrition science, etc.) Students from anywhere in Waterloo County may apply to attend Huron Heights via this specialized magnet programme.
New students were introduced in a gradual pattern; only grades 9 and 10 attended to begin with, and grades 11 and 12 were added each successive year of operation. A Developmental Education class was added in 2007. The fall of 2009 saw the inaugural grade 12 graduation ceremony for the initial grade 10 students who opened the school.