WPMS- Highlands Campus

128 Grandview Ave. White Plains, NY 10605 914-422-2092
  • Family Technology Night

    Family Technology Night

New Announcements

  • Highlands Author Visit & Book Fair:

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  • Highlands Clubs and Activities 2019-2020

    Please click on link above to download list

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  • Modified Football

    https://www.whiteplainspublicschools.org/cms/lib/NY01000029/Centricity/Domain/2019/October31.pdf

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  • Girls Modified Swim Team

    Alexa Reyna set a new school record in the 500 free with a 4:53.99 a All American Consideration time. Claire Weinstein set a school record in the 200 free with a 152.40. Alexa and Claire also set school records in the 200 medley relay and 400 relay both qualifying for states. Go tigers!!

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  • Girls Modified Field Hockey

    The modified field hockey team played another excellent game against Rye Red on Thursday night. The team played well together by communicating and covering each other. Eleanor Beck had the first goal in the first quarter and Olivia Fagan had the second goal in the second quarter leading to 2-0 win over Rye. Analise DiGiuglielmo and Taya Giuliano defended their goal several times and brought the ball to the mid fielders. Sydney Brumberg was also able to stop the ball from entering into Tiger territory. Sarah O'Rourke had a fast break to bring the ball back to Rye territory. The team plays their lat game away at Scarsdale on Monday. GO TIGERS!

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  • Girls Volleyball

    \Yesterday the volleyball team beat Pelham. Eiyess Richburg served 8 serves 6 aces. Kaelyn Cintron 9 serves 6 aces. Kate Costa 6 aces Maya Allen 8 aces. Melissa Vargas 5 aces.

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  • Boys Modified Soccer

    WP Boys Black soccer team continue their undefeated streak to 8 games!! WP 7 - 0 Harrison Angel Palicio - 1 Goal Thiago Biraldi - 2 Goals Andres Arce - 1 Goal Jorge Ordóñez - 2 Goals Lucas Antenucci - 1 Goal Boys have a tough game today when they face undefeated Portchester in an away game!

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  • Highlands CPR & Highlands Clubs and Activities

    Click on link above to download PowerPoint Information

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  • Girls Soccer

    Congratulations to the Girl's Modified Soccer team who had an excellent game yesterday 9/23/19 against Isaac Young (New Rochelle). White Plains was able to hold a 1-0 lead till the end. Our one goal was scored by Isobel Sidley 22 minutes into the first half. Our goalie Ava Galligani had 5 saves and a shout out to our mid-fielders who had great defensive control of the center. Great job it was a outstanding team effort in this win. Come out and support us on 9/25/19.

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  • 7th Grade Bear Mountain Field Trip

    follows: Date: Friday, October 11, 2019 Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Place: Bear Mountain State Park, New York Cost: $20.00 (includes transportation/admission/team t-shirt) Lunch: Students may use the attached form if they wish to have a bagged lunch made by the school. If you like, you may bring your own with a beverage. All beverages must be sealed, no glass bottles. **There is no food service available at the park. Please click link above to download all information and permission slip.

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  • HIPS - Presentation Flyer

    LOCATION: Highlands Media Center DATE: Wednesday, September 25th 2019 TIME: 7pm (During Back to School Night) CONTACT: Gina Donahue, SAS Counselor ginadonahue@wpcsd.k12.ny.us or (914) 422-2247

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  • IC Portal available to students in Grades 6-12

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  • A Parents' Guide to Mobile Phones

    Please click on link to download Parent Guide in English/Spanish

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  • Parents K12 Alerts

    We encourage all parents/guardians to register on the K12 Alert system which is found on our district website. Registration on the K12 Alert system will allow you to receive emails from the school.

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  • WPMS Bell Schedule

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Our Mission

The mission of the White Plains School District is to educate and inspire all students, while nurturing their dreams, so they learn continually, think critically, pursue their aspirations and contribute to a diverse and dynamic world.

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