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SAT Test Preparation (One-Day Intensive)

Register your student now for this one-day intensive course on Saturday, March 17 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., designed to help students develop the skills necessary to reach their testing potential on the SAT. Class time is spent reviewing skills, solving problems, practicing and learning test taking strategies. Students will learn tips, tricks and problem-solving techniques that build confidence; review material in the subject areas tested; and take a real practice test published by the College Board. Lunch and all class materials are included. Registration fee is $99. Register online for this class at www.acttestprep.info  

Collection to Benefit Women's Shelter

Highland High School members of SADD will be collecting household items for the Battered Women's Shelters of Medina and Summit County from February 12-26 in support of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Items requested include: kleenex, laundry detergent, disinfectant spray cleaner, disinfectant wipes, Pine Sol, cough drops, lip balm, disposable gloves, Ziploc bags- gallon, juice boxes, juice (non-refrigerated), healthy lunch box snacks, coffee, coffee creamer, cereal/pop tarts, dish soap, dryer sheets and kitchen garbage bags. Drop off box is located near the main office of HHS. Please consider making a donation.

Girls Selected for Leadership Ball; Begin Collection for Feeding Medina County

Pictured from left are Annamarie DiGiacobbe, Kaila Oberhaus, Bethany Yu, Brianna Kean and Olivia Severyn.Congratulations to Highland High School seniors Brianna Kean, Kaila Oberhaus, Olivia Severyn, Bethany Yu and Annamarie DiGiacobbe who were chosen to take part in the Medina County Spring Leadership Ball on April 28. In order to be selected, honorees must maintain a high GPA while being involved in the school and the community. A total of only 30 girls were chosen throughout Medina County. The ball is being held in partnership with Feeding Medina County. Those selected have been asked to collect 16 ounce plastic peanut butter jars, which will be included in weekender bags to underprivileged children throughout the schools in the county. In the weekender bags, every child will receive a jar of peanut butter, along with other staple foods.

In an effort to collect as many 16 ounce plastic jars as possible, the Highland girls sought permission to make this a district-wide event, called "Spread the Love." The collection will begin on Monday, January 29 and continue through the end of February. As a reward for the school that collects the largest number of items, the principal has agreed to dress up in a peanut butter jar costume for the day! For those making a generous donation, please note that the collection specifies 16 ounce plastic jars of peanut butter only. Thank you!

Pictured from left are Annamarie DiGiacobbe, Kaila Oberhaus, Bethany Yu, Brianna Kean and Olivia Severyn.

Oberhaus, Esker are December Students of the Month

Kaila OberhausJoey EskerCongratulations to Highland High School seniors Kaila Oberhaus and Joey Esker who have been selected as the Medina County Kiwanis December Students of the Month by a panel of their peers.

Kaila is an outstanding student who has put in over 100 volunteer hours at Medina Hospital.  Currently the senior class vice president, she has participated in Highland’s Choir Program for the past four years and has remained an active member of the Girl Scouts for 10 years.