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Highland High School will empower students to use knowledge, skills, and strategies to become productive members of society who use higher level thinking. The transition from traditional education to facilitated education is the transition from consumers of knowledge to producers of knowledge. Producers of knowledge use many different modalities as they work collaboratively with both teachers and peers to comprehend and synthesize information to answer real world questions.
As students develop their ability to use technology effectively through research, collaboration, networking, and individualized study, they will develop powerful skills that will facilitate the communication and execution of their ideas. In effect, today’s students will become tomorrow’s critical and creative problem solvers that are prepared to shape the future of our world.
Class of 1999, it's time for our 20th class reunion! If you have not already done so, please click the link below and join Class Creator to receive up to date information regarding the time and location of our reunion as well as be part of the discussion board!
I can't believe it has already been 20 years?!?! See you there!
If you have a student entering 6-8th grade this fall, don't miss out on this FREE Gateway Academy Summer Day Camp!
Students experience robotics, aeronautics, computer-aided design, and develop critical thinking, creative problem solving and successful collaboration skills.
Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too! Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior high campus. Contact the school counseling office for more details.
Last week, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.
Yesterday, AVUHSD recognized 19 individuals and organizations that have volunteered significant contributions to improving student career readiness through their commitment of time, resources and/or donations.Thank you to all those who give time, resources and support to our students in countless ways!
A few weeks ago, a group of District educators presented at the Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conference about AVUHSD's successful AP Computer Science Principles course, which is available at all of our high school campuses and offers students the opportunity to learn about technology on a global spectrum.
With the increase in cases of measles in LA County, we want to provide you with information about how you can protect yourself and your family from the measles. Information can be found here in English and Spanish.
We want to know what you think about the programs and services we offer to your student. Please take our survey by April 30, 2019 by clicking here.
Palmdale Water District is launching it's first JUNIOR Water Ambassadors Academy for 10th and 11th Grade Students.