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  • Learn About the 10/18 Capital Project

    The Highland Central School District has the unique opportunity to complete $16.9 million in facility improvements without increasing the local tax levy. This is possible through a strategic financial approach that leverages State Aid, the timing of retiring debt, and funds that have been saved in the voter-approved capital reserve. Voters will also be presented with a second proposition for $4.6 million in improvements to the High School Track & Field, including the addition of a concession area and toilet facilities. Stay tuned for more details! Click the title to learn more.

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  • 2022 Highland High School Commencement Ceremony Livestream Link

    The 2022 Highland High School Commencement Ceremony will be held at 6:00 PM this evening (6/23/22). The ceremony will be live-streamed - at the link below:

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  • MS Moving Up Ceremony - Livestream Link

    The MS Moving Up Ceremony Livestream Link.

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  • ES Moving Up - Ceremony LiveStream Link

    Highland ES Moving Up Ceremony Link

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  • It's Time to Return Your Devices!

    Device returns have started in the HS and will end on Monday, 6/12/22. MS Devices will be turned in on Wednesday, 6/23/22. Further information will be provided in the buildings.

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  • Highland Rotary Club Helping to Put Elementary Students on Path to Success

    The Junior Achievement (JA) program is continuing to grow at Highland Elementary School (HES), thanks to a long-standing effort by the Highland Rotary Club. The JA lessons presented to HES students focus on the areas of work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. The curriculum is taught by Rotarians and other community volunteers who are recruited by the service club.

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  • French Club Raises Money for Ukraine

    On June 2nd, 30 students from the Highland High School French Club attended the longest-running play on Broadway, Phantom of the Opera.  The French Club used proceeds from a highly successful World Language night to partially pay for this event, donating $400 to the children of the Ukraine and $200 for Highland fire victims. 

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  • Dedicated Highland Parent Honored by the Ulster County School Boards Association

    Claire Van Valkenburgh, a dedicated parent of the Highland Central School District (HCSD), has received the Ulster County School Boards Association (UCSBA) Distinguished Friend of Education Award. Read more here.

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