• Prom tickets will be on sale Monday, April 14th through Thursday, April 17th DURING LUNCH HOURS ONLY.  There will not be any extensions after these dates; you are strongly encouraged to purchase sooner rather than later; we will need to stop sales at 400 people.  This year's venue is Meyer's Castle in Dyer and the cost per ticket is $50.  All students will need to present their student ID in order to purchase a ticket.  All Juniors will have the opportunity to nominate for King and Queen candidates during the ticket sales as well, but must also present their student ID. Nominations will NOT take place in Junior English classes.  If you have any questions you may speak with Mr. Koulianos in room 600.

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    $65 until April 18th!
    Enter Order #3610
    to place your order!
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  • Daily announcements 4/15
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    Are you in need of extra help? Are you having trouble making sense out of your teachers' explanations at times? Sometimes, you may just need another explanation from one of your classmates or peers who has previously learned enough about the subject to re-teach the content in a way that you understand it better. Maybe you just need a few tips before the next test.

    If this sounds like you, then you need to set aside time during your week to attend tutoring sessions sponsored by the members of the Highland High School National Honor Society! They get service points for helping you and you get better grades!

    Here's the information you will need to know:

    WHAT?      National Honor Society Tutoring
    WHERE?    Room 302
    WHEN?      Tuesday/Thursday 3:00 - 3:30 pm
    Make it a point to attend early and often! After all, it is FREE!!




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Welcome to the Highland High School homepage. Recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as a 2011-2012 4 Star School and a 2013 "A" rated school our mission is Pursuing excellence. Preparing students for the 21st century.
By focusing upon continuous improvement, we strive to constantly improve learning and teaching in an environment that is respectful, safe and secure. Our goal is to offer our students, parents and patrons a high quality public education that enables our students to write their own personal success stories year in and year out!
-Dr. Patrick Weil, Principal
Highland High School
9135 Erie Street
Highland, Indiana 46322
phone: 219-922-5610
fax:     219-922-5636