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Highland High Alumni Weekend is October 6-7

You are cordially invited to join in on the festivities for the 2017 Highland Alumni Weekend, set for Friday and Saturday, October 6-7. Don't miss the First Annual Highland Hall of Fame Installation on Friday, the Highland Homecoming Game and after-game gathering at On Tap in Medina. Then, on Saturday, join us for the First Annual Alumni Golf Outing! The events are being sponsored by the Highland Alumni Association, in partnership with The Highland Foundation. See flyer for full details. Alumni Weekend

Highland Athletic Tickets & Parking Procedures

General ticket sales are $6 for adults; $4 for students 12 and under and for senior citizens (62 and over); children 5 and under are admitted free. Reserved seats are $15. Purchase tickets in advance to avoid the lines! https://www.ticketracker.com/store/events/1548

Shuttle buses will transfer fans to the stadium before/after the game. 

To increase safety and traffic flow patterns, we have made some changes to parking and drop-off / pick-up procedures.

  • The upper lot at the High School is reserved for handicapped parking and those with parking passes displayed on their dash or rear-view mirror. All other cars will be parked at the South Lot (south of the HS), North Lot (north of the HS), Middle School or Granger Elementary.
  • Parents who are dropping off their children (Middle School students and older, please), are to use either the North or the South Lot to drop off / pick up their children. No drop-off / pick up will be permitted in the upper lot of the High School.
  • Carpooling is recommended
  • Shuttle buses will transfer fans to the stadium before/after the game. 
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Tailgating is permitted; however, no alcohol, tobacco (including vaporizers) or weapons are allowed on school property. Violators will be handled by law enforcement. Tailgating must be done around the vehicle so no extra spots are taken up. Gas grills only. Open flames are not permitted. Please place all trash in receptacles.

All fans must have a ticket or purchased pass to enter the stadium. Re-entry is not permitted. High school and middle school students are encouraged to sit in the student section of the bleachers; elementary students must sit with an adult in the stands.

Fall Classes Offered Through HCE

Phone Number Correction: Please use extension 5503 for Community Education 
Highland Community Education courses for Fall 2017 include several new and fun options! Enroll now in our exciting classes for students and adults including an Engineering Club for students in grades K-5, Middle School Girls Yoga, Party'N with Plants, How to Read Music for Guitar, Bee Keeping, Therapeutic Massage, Meditation, Toxic Awareness and more. Saturday morning classes include the Fundamentals of Cooking, Babysitting, Princess Training and MMA Fitness Boot Camp. Register today! Questions? Please email Mary Fran Kudla at mkudla@highlandschools.org. FALL COURSE CATALOG

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Social internet networking sites are an effective method to communicate and exchange information. Highland Schools employs Twitter and Facebook accounts as another media outlet for our community. However, there have been times that school personnel and/or law enforcement agencies are made aware of derogatory, vulgar and profane comments posted on student Facebook pages, or similar social networking sites. If your student has an account, insist on monitoring the postings and pages closely. As parent, you should have all login and password information for your children's accounts.

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