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  • IC Portal available to students in Grades 6-12

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  • Attention 8th Graders, Parents and Guardians!

    Registration for the 2018 Washington, D.C. trip is NOW open! All registration documents are to be submitted together by Thursday, November 30. Registration includes the 1st payment of $110 (by check or money order ONLY--NO CASH), registration form, behavior contract and medical form (if you take medication outside of school). Partial scholarships are also available. All forms can be retrieved from the school website, the school front lobby or Mrs. Holder (Room 316) or Mrs. Spiconardi (Room 116). Please stop by with any questions you may have. Click link above to download ALL forms.

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  • HAIRSPRAY

    ATTENTION 7th and 8th Graders Who like to SING, ACT, & DANCE Come to HIGHLANDS AUDITORIUM Friday, November 3rd – 2:40-4:15 For a MANDATORY INFORMATIONAL MEETING .If you intend to AUDITION for the Show, YOU MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE AT THIS MEETING!!!

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  • Battle of the Books

    Congratulations to the Highlands Students who participated in the Battle of the Books. We had 6 students representing Highlands on the Team Knowledge library group. They all did a great job in this county wide event: Sean O'Donnell Sean Kavanagh Patrick Stanton Patrick Brown Priya Kumar Ryan Appel

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  • YEARBOOK SALES Pre-order NOW for a discounted rate of $23 **As of 3/1- rate will increase to $25

    Please click on link above to download pre order form.

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  • Highlands Digital News

    Please click on link to view segment

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  • Girls Modified Field Hockey

    The girls field hockey team had their first victory over Edgemont on Thursday. Greta Brooks scored the only goal which ended with a 1-0 score. The girls kept the ball on Edgemont side for the biggest part of the game. Alivia Alexander, Emily Garceau, Sinclair Harris, Stella Gould, Mackenzie Kelly and Emma Wall all moved the ball up the field. The power defense was led by Ryleigh Falvey, Sherlin Garcia, Elena Iannace, Marsella Degnan, Colleen Brown and Mia Caridi. The girls finish their season with two home games against both Mamaroneck teams on Monday and Tuesday next week.

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  • Modified Football

    The modified football team had an impressive 20-6 victory over unbeaten Mamaroneck to improve to 3-1 record on the season. Elijah Pierre had all three touchdowns. Both Elijah Pierre and Nicolas Spista had after touchdown conversion runs. The offense was lead by Danny LaSalle, and great blocking by Logan Anthony, Abraham Caceres, Trey Fee, Rudy Defilippis, Jonas Saintil, and Antonio Ruiz. The defense was lead by Nicholas Armogida, Ryan Ortiz, Jack Herman, Nudson Petit-Homme, Andreas Piccarelli, Yusef Barret and Mauricio Neyra

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  • Girls Modified Swim team

    Congratulations to Lizzie Tirado for setting a new varsity school record for 11 dives. She shattered the old record by 10 points! Lizzie will be advancing to sectionals on 10/30.

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  • Girls Soccer

    Congratulations to the girls modified soccer team for an excellent season. The last game against Mamaroneck ended in a tie 2-2. It was one of the best games of the season. Defense and offense both dove in and never gave in to Mamaronecks attack. Our first goal came off a penalty kick by Susan Villamares and the second goal came off a great cross by Jenna Vitale to Lucy Barest. The girls never lost a game they won or tied throughout the season. Great Job!!!

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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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  • Highlands School - 2017/2018 Supply List

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  • WPMS Bell Schedule

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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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