Highlands High School (HHS) is honored to announce the students who have been accepted into Governor’s summer programs.
Fort Thomas Independent Schools has selected John Gesenhues to serve as a district-wide elementary assistant principal, working with Woodfill and Johnson elementary schools.
A preschool screening for the 18-19 school year is scheduled for Friday, May 11, from 8-11am. Please read on for more details.
Students from Highlands High School’s Theatre Department will perform The Drowsy Chaperone.
The Highlands High School football team will hold its annual Spring Clean on Sunday, April 29, 2018, from 1-5pm.
Students from Fort Thomas Independent Schools will have their artwork on display at Highlands High School from Friday, April 20, through Sunday, April 22, 2018.
On Friday, April 6, Highlands Middle School eighth-grader Case G. competed in a field of approximately 100 Kentucky students and triumphantly emerged as Kentucky’s 2018 National Geographic State Bee champion.
The Highlands High School School-Based Decision-Making Council (SBDMC) unanimously selected Matthew Bertasso as principal of Highlands High School.
We invite the Fort Thomas Community to come listen to powerful speakers tell short, compelling stories about their experiences addressing 21st Century Skills.
Changes begin with the 2018-2019 school year
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