Overview / History
Hurst Junior High is home to 1,100 seventh, eighth, and ninth grade Red Raiders.
Located in the southwest corner of Hurst, Texas, Hurst Junior High was originally built in 1953 and opened as North Hurst Elementary. The building was converted to a junior high in 1959. In January of 2000, a new two-story Hurst Jr. High was opened. Feeder schools include Bellaire, Harrison Lane, Hurst Hills, West Hurst and River Trails Elementary Schools.
Who's Who: Visit the Documents / Forms page for a quick reference guide and contact list.
School Mission: "Hurst Junior High commits to establishing an environment designed to engage students in meaningful learning opportunities that include character, community and responsibility."
School Vision: "Every student will receive the best learning experience possible so that he/she has the opportunity to reach his/her potential."
School Core Values
- Commit to learning
- Do what is right
- Respect others