Below is a description and history of some of the key features of Highland's 45-acre campus and facilities. Want to see them for yourself? Contact Donna Tomlinson, Highland's Director of Admission and Tuition Assistance, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-878-2740. You can also click on any of the links to take a virtual tour.
The Hazel Family Lower School
Opened in 2010, The Hazel Family Lower School is a contemporary, LEED certified building where bright colors, natural lighting and numerous “green” features abound. The Lower School is home to students in Kindergarten through Grade 4 and offers dedicated space for our Early Childhood programs for Pre-K 2/3, Pre-K 3/4, and Pre-K 4/5.
Take a virtual tour of our Lower School
The Middle School
Completely renovated in 2012, Highland's Middle School is home to students in Grades 5 through 8. Built around the Loeb Library and the Johnson Academic Media Center, the Middle School is bustling as students navigate their classes, their lockers, and their peer groups – all while learning to manage the freedom and responsibilities afforded them as they prepare for the transition to Upper School.
Located in the Middle School, the Arundel Gym serves a variety of functions. During the day, it is home to Lower School physical education classes and indoor recess time. Middle School students eat lunch in here and class plays are rehearsed and performed here. It is also used for practices and games for our sports teams.
The Upper School
The Upper School originally opened in 1997 when Highland School expanded to include Grades 9 to 12. Thanks to challenging academics in a supportive environment, a strong and successful athletics program, and an arts program that is second-to-none, our Upper School is growing as students from around the region look for the best preparation for college and beyond.Take a virtual tour of the Upper School
The Upper School Gym
Our athletic facilities are the envy of our Delaney Athletic Conference (DAC) competitors. With the Upper School Gym at the core, we offer our athletes and coaches first-rate indoor facilities for training, practice, and competition.
The gym hosts many of our largest school gatherings and events as well as a steady schedule of athletic events and practices through all three seasons.Take a virtual tour of the Upper School gym
Michael A. Hughes Center for the Arts
The Michael A. Hughes Center for the Arts is home to our fine and performing arts programs. Featuring The Rice Theater, a 355-seat rehearsal and performance facility and the intimate and flexible Lise Hicklin Black Box Theater, our music and drama programs feel like professional productions – yet driven entirely by our students and their faculty teachers and mentors.Take a virtual tour of the Michael A. Hughes Center for the Arts
Highland's Asbestos Abatement Plan
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