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              Our School

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              Highland High School exists to ensure that all students learn essential skills to become successful adults. These skills encompass academic, social, emotional and career proficiencies. At Highland High, educators work interdependently to improve their professional practice through analyzing student performance, aligning curriculum, and engaging in quality professional development. Exceptional instruction is complemented with timely interventions to ensure that all students learn. Highland High School exists as an affirmation that student success is the only option.

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              • International Baccalaureate (IB): This internationally recognized program combines university level curriculum courses in English, a second language, social studies, math, science, and fine arts into a comprehensive, challenging high school program. The program philosophy is to create global critical thinkers. The rigorous course is for advanced learners.
              • Advanced Placement (AP) Courses: Highland High offers 21 AP courses allowing students a chance to earn college credit when they pass the AP exams. Highland ranks in the top ten schools in Utah with over 600 AP exams taken each year.
              • Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways: There are over 45 CTE classes offered to prepare students for the transition to the professional community. welding, auto mechanics, wood shop, drafting, biotech, television broadcasting, early childhood care center, pre-school and day care internship, ProStart culinary, interior design, and fashion are offered on Highland's campus.
              • Health Science Program: This program is designed to provide knowledge and skills to prepare students for college success and careers in the health professions. Advanced course work is available at Highland. This program includes a nationally recognized Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) student leadership organization.
              • College Prep Center: The center offers preparation and guidance for college and post high school training. Students prepare for college, practice ACT tests, write college essays, and apply for scholarships. Last year 2.2 million were awarded in scholarships.
              • Freshmen Success Team: Every Freshmen's progress is monitored weekly by a team member and tutoring is provided to ensure Freshmen success. Additionally each freshman is assigned a member of the staff or faculty as a mentor.
              • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID): A continuous in-school academic support program which begins in middle school prepares students for college eligibility and success. Support is cross-curricular and on-going.
              • Credit Recovery Classes: Allows students to make up credits in order to fulfill all graduation requirements.
              • Free After School Tutoring: Tutoring is offered after school free of charge.
              • Athletics: Highland High has 19 different athletic teams and traditionally compete at the highest level winning many state titles.
              • Student Clubs: Highland offers a variety of student clubs including the only Pep Club in the state. All students are encouraged to pick two extracurricular activities to feel included and learn time management skills for college success.

              Highland High School Facts

              • Achieved Adequate Yearly Progress Goals
              • The annual day of service provided over 2,000 hours of service to the community
              • The Freshman Success Program serves over 400 students
              • Over 20 AP classes are offered with over 900 tests given
              • Support and intervention teams serve all students
              • Extensive alternative program to assist students needing a non-traditional education