As will all cities...there are great ones and not-so-great. Alot depends on the principal since the district itself is a nice one. If you are asking about elementary schools, then we want to find one which has a fairly stable group of kids, neighborhoods without a lot of apartments or other rental communities. Just because the turnover can be higher there. But if you are looking at older children, high school, middle school...some of that is mitigated by the fact that the schools are larger and more kids.
I'm not sure it's a set price range of homes...I really depends on what you need, and what you'd like to pay....then we can look at the homes and schools and make decisions.
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Huntington Beach's schools are highly rated. You can go to my web site to link to several sites that will give you ratings on specific schools as well as link to the Huntington Beach School Districts' web sites.
For single family detached homes, there are currently 290 on the market ranging from a low of $399,500 well into the millions of dollars.
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For accurate and consistent information go to " http://;www.greatschools.com" and search for the city of HB. As far as home prices that coincide with elementary, middle and high schools that might be somewhat more difficult to locate.