Highland School, education is a lifelong process involving students, faculty, parents, and community. It is our commitment that our students develop the skills needed to become productive citizens. Our highly motivated team of educators provides a challenging curriculum in a positive and secure environment.

  • Student learning should be the highest priority for Highland School
  • Students learn in different ways and should be provided with a variety of sequential instructional strategies which support various learning styles.
  • Students should be lifelong learners… with teachers being the children’s models.
  • Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community share in the role of providing quality education for students.
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, and emotional needs.
  • Students are provided opportunities to realize and utilize their creative potential for thinking and self-expression as well as to develop an appreciation of the fine arts.
  • Students are provided experiences through which they acquire self-discipline, respect for others, and accept responsibility for their actions.
  • Teachers should hold high expectations for students which increase student performance.
  • Teachers should provide a safe, orderly, comfortable environment enhanced by a qualified and dedicated staff.
  • Students develop a caring and loving attitude for all individuals with teachers serving as their models.
Title I

If you have any questions concerning Title I, please contact the School Title I Coordinator, Ms. Karlie Davis at Karlie_Davis@ecboe.org