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Highland High School Receives ‘Safe Sports School Award’

Program recognizes high schools that help to keep young athletes safe

Safe Sports School Award logoMEDINA, OHIO (4/17/18) – Highland High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award.  The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

Highland Seeks Renewal Levy May 8

Dear Highland Parents and Community Members,
Highland Schools will asking voters to renew a 7.9-mill operating levy first approved in 1998 for operating expenses. This is a RENEWAL ONLY, which means NO NEW TAXES. The passage of this renewal is critical for the day-to-day operation of our school district. If renewed for another 10 years, the levy would cost homeowners $155 a year per $100,000 of property valuation, and generate about $4.15 million annually for the district, the same as it does now. The 7.9-mill levy on the books expires at the end of this year. MORE FACTS

Spring Testing Schedule

For all details related to the Highland High School 2018 OCBA/SAT Spring Testing Schedule, please click here.

Connors Selected to Perform with Improv Group

Margaret ConnorsStand Up for Downs, a non-profit organization that uses comedy to raise money for various causes and organizations within the DS community, recently selected Margaret Connors to be in the cast of the world’s first improvisation troupe made entirely of performers who have Down syndrome. A senior at Highland High School, Margaret auditioned with nearly 20 other young adults in March and is rehearsing at the Weathervane Playhouse in Akron.

The 10-member cast, called the “Improvaneers,” are pioneers in this groundbreaking program committed to teaching an important art form to help build communication, teamwork skills and increase self-confidence while cast members have fun in the process. 

While at Highland, Margaret was a member of the Highland Marching Band and choir and participated in several musical theater performances. In addition, she attended the Medina County Career Center in the Culinary Arts program. She will work at Yours Truly Restaurant in Medina this summer and continues to explore career options. Margaret is the daughter of Michelle and Guy Connors of Granger Township and comes from a long line of proud Highland graduates. 


  • Apr 20
    @HS Auditorium
    7:30 AM — 12:00 PM
  • Apr 20
    @HHS - All Rooms Used
    2:30 PM — 10:00 PM
  • Apr 21
    @HHS - All Rooms Used
  • Apr 21
    @Weymouth Country Club, 3946 Weymouth Rd, Medina, OH 44256, USA
    7:00 PM — 11:00 PM
  • Apr 21 - Apr 22
    @Strongsville Recreation and Senior Complex, Strongsville, OH 44136, USA
    11:00 PM — 2:00 AM
  • Apr 24
    @HS Auditorium
    7:00 PM — 8:30 PM