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Important Change to School Calendar

We would like to notify all families of an important change to our school calendar. On Friday, March 23, all Highland staff will participate in additional safety and security training sessions. As a result, students will not be in school on March 23, which is the day prior to our spring break. Please mark your calendar and make any necessary arrangements for your student(s). Thank you for your cooperation. 

6 Qualify for National Tournament

Pictured from left are Emma Crone, Andrew Mockbee, Cecilia Mainzer, Quade Mainzer, AbbyGrace Catron and Taylor Headrick.Congratulations the six Highland Speech and Debate Team members who qualified for the National Speech and Debate Tournament this summer in Florida. They include Cecilia Mainzer and Andrew Mockbee in Duo Interpretation; Emma Crone and AbbyGrace Catron in Program of Oral Interpretation; Quade Mainzer in Lincoln Douglas Debate; and Taylor Headrick in Humorous Interpretation.
Pictured from left are Emma Crone, Andrew Mockbee, Cecilia Mainzer, Quade Mainzer, AbbyGrace Catron and Taylor Headrick.  

3 Advance to Finalist Standing

Pictured from left are Ben Lewton, Larkin Cleland and Clara VorndranHighland High School is proud to announce that seniors Larkin Cleland, Ben Lewton and Clara Vorndran have advanced to Finalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented seniors now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million.

Enrichment Classes for HHS Students

The following classes are being offered through the Highland Community Education Program during the 10:45-11:30 a.m. A.L.L. Period at Highland High School. It’s a great way to minimize after school activities and maximize free time while in school. Classes include ACT and SAT test preparation and Boys and Girls Yoga. Download the flyer for full details and registration form: HCE Enrichment Classes