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Highlands High's Challenging Schoolwide Goals for Student Achievement

Highlands High school will reduce the percentage of students who are non-proficient on the California Standards Tests in both English Language Arts and Mathematics by 10% or more from the prior year.

 

To do so, teachers will record and analyze quarterly student achievement data and work intensely with specific non-proficient students.

 

To monitor progress toward meeting these goals, HHS will develop student assessment benchmarks/timelines for each quarter.

HHS Timeline

1958 - Highlands High School opens its doors.

2007 - Highlands High School is renamed Highlands Academy of Arts and Design and incorporates the former junior high school, Don Julio Junior High.

2010 - Highlands Academy of Arts and Design reverts its name back to Highlands High School.  It also starts a 2 year process back to being a 9 - 12 comprehensive high school and receives the School Improvement Grant (SIG).

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