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  • HPE Cultural Parade

  • HPE Spring Carnival

  • Teachers hard at word-work

  • P.B.I.S. Rally

  • Teacher Professional Development on the Importance of Literacy

  • Mrs. Patricia Carranza - Highland Park Elementary Teacher of the Year

  • SAISD Showcase at UTSA Downtown Campus

  • Mrs. Mora 1st grade Dual Language Teacher with Lt. Col. (Ret.) Conselo Castillo Kuckbush Irving Middle School -Dual Language Gala

  • HPE Safety Patrols

  • HPE Safety Patrols cheer on the Highland's High School Football Team

  • Professional Development with Barbara R. Blackburn - Increasing Rigor in the Classroom

  • Community Appearance from San Antonio Police Department

  • Bimbo's Bakery donates school supplies

  • Alfredo Gonzalez receives the G.E.M.S. Award

Dear Parents,

Welcome to 2017-2018 school year. Highland Park is a community school housed in a historic building in the south side of San Antonio.  A school that expects all students to achieve at high levels, Highland Park met the state’s standards in all indexes measured on the states STAAR test last year and is the proud recipient of two academic distinctions in both reading and post-secondary readiness.

Teachers at Highland Park continue to provide rigorous instructions ensuring that each student achieves at least a year’s academic growth in reading and math.

Parent engagement: No school can be truly great without involving parents and Highland Park is no exception. PTO and daily volunteering in the classrooms are just a few ways that parents stay engaged at Highland Park.

Extracurricular:  choir, running club, school dances, festivals, academic nights, as well as patrols are just a few activities that students are welcome to participate and join after school.

Dr. Rose Engelbrecht
Highland Park ES


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