To institute a system where trust is built, passion is inspired, relationships are developed, authenticity is respected, and solutions are determined.
To sustain top performance levels and expand honors across the system, including the closure of academic achievement gaps and assurance of success for all student subgroup populations.
To provide all students in Preschool through 12th grade an enriched learning experience that incorporates intentional preparedness for college, career, and life.
To promote continuous growth and individual success for each student based upon an articulated, collaboratively-developed plan that addresses needs, aptitudes, and interests.
To personalize learning in such a way that fosters student ability to develop essential competencies that lead to the ownership and reflection of their personal growth.
Enhances the teaching and learning environment for students and staff through the implementation and maintenance of robust and secure technology systems. Augments student and staff experiences through maintaining warm, safe, dry, secure and healthy learning environments.
Robin Kemp, HHS science teacher, finishes in the final four in Kentucky High School Teacher of the Year honors.
Over 2,000 teachers were nominated this year.
Highlands High School seniors Bianca Hemsath and Caden Schroeder have been named Semifinalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program. Additionally, seniors Matt Herfel, Brandon Huhn, Cameron Myers, Casey Stiles and Sarah Yu were named as Commended students.
Kelly Pratt-Booth, HHS social studies teacher, wins educator award from the Holocaust & Humanity Center.