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Pictured in front from left are Addie Wisniewski, Hanna Kunzler, Makayla Grecenuk and Kaylie Kenne. In back are Kelsey Heichel, Grace Fischer and Sadie Nayman. HHS National Merit Finalists Next Generation Leader Joseph Sojourner Delivers His Message of Conflict Resolution to HHS Students Great Lakes Theatre Workshop HHS Members of SADD Promote Unity Day 2018 High School SADD Members and DARE Role Models Visit Highland Middle During Red Ribbon Week Photo of Highland High School
HHS At a glance
Highland High School Building Enrollment
1,078
Students Holding Graduation Caps Graduation Rate
98%
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Among The Best
Female Student Raising Hand Performance Index
109.2 out of 120

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5 Advance to National Merit Finalist Standing

National Merit FinalistsHighland High School is proud to announce that it has five National Merit Finalists for the 2018-19 school year. Congratulations to Highland seniors Abdullah Ali, son of Dr. Mir and Farzana Ali of Granger Township; Margaret Knyszek, daughter of Robert and Teresa Knyszek of Hinckley Township; Quade Mainzer, son of Doug and Julie Mainzer of Hinckley Township; Lorelyn Nolte, daughter of Dean and Jennifer Nolte of Sharon Township; and Christopher Sollenberger, son of Mark and Angie Sollenberger of Granger Township. They now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million. Scholarship winners will be announced in the Spring of 2019. Pictured from left are Margaret Knyszek, Quade Mainzer, Abdullah Ali, Christopher Sollenberger and Lorelyn Nolte.

VanKirk, Sollenberger are Students of the Month

Katarina VanKirkChris SollenbergerCongratulations to Highland High School seniors Katarina VanKirk and Christopher Sollenberger who were selected as the Medina County Kiwanis Students of the Month for January. 

 

Kalina Named Presidential Scholar Semifinalist

Blake KalinaBlake Kalina, son of Christopher and Carrie Kalina of Hinckley Township, has been named one of only five U.S. Presidential Scholar semifinalists for Career Technical education (CTE) in Ohio.  Kalina was recognized by Governor Mike DeWine at the Ohio Association for Career Technical Education Legislative Seminar at a ceremony on January 23. Blake and his family were in Columbus for the ceremony, where they also had the unique opportunity to receive a personal tour of the Governor’s mansion and residence. Blake is now a candidate for national recognition by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars and the U.S. Department of Education.

Nominations Accepted for 2019 Highland Pride Award

Do you know someone who is bursting with Highland Pride? Do you know an employee or community member who spends his or her spare time volunteering in the Highland School District? Do you know someone who does a lot for Highland students, but never asks for anything in return? Nominate that individual for the 2019 Highland Pride Award!

2019 Community Education Courses

Highland Community Education courses for Winter/Spring include several new and fun options! Students in grades K-5 can enroll in exciting classes featuring an Engineering Club, Mad Science and World of Design by Crayola. Also new this season is Live, Love & Create Craft Club for students in grades 3-5, The Money Game for ages 10+ and don't forget about the ever-popular Hummingbirds Soccer and Young Rembrandt's Art courses. Students can also try their hand at Babysitting, Dining Etiquette, Fun-Damentals of Cooking and a new instructional basketball program. Adult classes are offered in Beekeeping, Beginning Guitar, Retirement Planning, Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss Control, Toxic Awareness and more. New this year is a Cyber Security Seminar. Register today! Questions? Please email Mary Fran Kudla at mkudla@highlandschools.org or call 330-239-1901, ext. 5503. Download Brochure

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