Calendar of Events
Kinder Kamp Registration
Twin Rivers Unified School District 2013 Kinder Kamp June 12-July 12 Breakfast and lunch provided by the National School Lunch Program Continue
150 Years: How Far Have We Come and What Remains to be Done
Court of Appeal & Sojourn to the Past 2013 Essay Contest (500-800 words) Winners displayed at the 2013 California State Fair! Grand Prize: 10 Day Journey through the Civil Rights South with Sojourn to the Past Cash Prizes: $500, $300, $200 Due... Continue
Highlands High School Alumni Association Scholarship Application - May 20th Deadline!
Apply for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship to attend a college, university or vocational school from the Highlands High School Alumni Association. Continue
School Improvement Grant (SIG)
What is the SIG? The SIG stands for School Improvement Grant. Highlands High School is one of two high schools in Sacramento County to be awarded this grant. The main goal of the grant is to improve student academic achievement. The Transformation Model was chose and the main components of this model are:
A. Develop and increase teacher and school leader effectiveness
B. Implement comprehensive instructional reform strategies
C. Increase learning time and create a community-oriented school
D. Provide operational flexibility and sustained support
Click here to see the entire SIG document.
We are now in the last month of school! Remember to keep track of your progress. If you think you need summer school, please contact your counselor.
Seniors: Make sure you have ordered your cap and gown. Also, be sure to double check your credits for graduation (May 30th).
Please check out the Yearbook Facebook Page for pictures of graduation, prom, and sports, among other things!
Yearbooks are on sale for $70. The order form is downloadable from this site in the bottom right section within the locker.
Highlands High School achieves excellence by providing a nurturing community to stimulate motivation and creativity in an environment that builds integrity, independence, and productive citizens.
Highlands Programs and Highlights 2012-2013
Highlands Scots Athletics:
School Improvement Grant
Parent Resource Center Coordinator: Veronica Matos
(Coordinadora del Centro de Padres)
Room: G5 (Salón: G5)
Phone: (916) 566-3465 ext. 66149
All hail to our highlands
Our colors red and blue
Stand as a symbol,
Of our love for you.
All hail to our highlands,
To thee we'll e'er be true.
We'll watch o'er and keep thee,
All hail,all hail.
WHDM, Highlands Digital Media is the official Internet radio station from Highlands High School. We offer Podcasts, Videocasts, Editorials, News Stories, Videos and Music. OUR OFFICIAL SITE IS www.http://www.hhsdm.com/
2013 Dell Scholarship
Parwana Daud is the recipient of the 2013 Dell Scholarship. She will be awarded $20,000 and a new laptop computer as she attends UC Davis next year. Today's Scots, Tomorrow's Aggies!
Highlands earns 6 year accreditation through WASC!
Digital Curriculum Now Offered
Highlands High School is proud to offer our high school students access to digital curriculum. This online program provides a comprehensive, multimedia approach to instruction built to address diverse student needs. The link below will provide you with information on the provider and on this extended learning opportunity available to our students. For more information, please direct your son or daughter to their counselor if interested. http://www.apexlearning.com/
School Contact Information:
School Phone: (916) 566 - 3465
School Fax: (916) 263 - 6985
Principal: Darryl Hawthrone
Vice Principal: Heather Westerman
Vice Principal: Nick Seiler