Each year, Highlands Latin seniors take a Rome trip over our two-week Spring Break. Over the years, the trip has grown to include 9 days in Rome, Athens, Florence, and Pompeii. Thirty-eight seniors and twenty-two parents joined us on the trip in 2023. Pictures of the 2023 Rome trip are below with a copy of […]
HLS sophomore Oliver Noth competed for the Junior and Senior Regimental Young Marine of the Year titles on November 5 in Washington, D.C. Oliver is a member of the Young Marines, a national youth program modeled after the Marine Corps and focused on leadership, community service, and self-discipline. At our nation’s capital, Oliver’s Northern Kentucky […]
This past weekend, Highlands Latin School gave an outstanding performance at the Kentucky Science Olympiad State Tournament. HLS sent three teams to the competition and they all won either first or second place in their event. “They spent many hours in training and preparation and performed brilliantly,” teacher Anthony Hernandez said. The competition was held […]
Twelve-year-old Claire Schutte is a seventh grade student at Highlands Latin School and has attended since Kindergarten.
Highlands Latin School junior Charlotte Wright has been dancing since she was eight years old. Nine years later, she still fills her day with ballet, and in the summer of 2018, she had the opportunity to attend the prestigious Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts.
Daniel Young has a gift. Currently a sophomore at Highlands Latin School, Daniel has attended since kindergarten. He is a member of the Art Club and serves on the set crew for Drama Troupe performances. His greatest contribution to the drama productions, however, may be his exceptional artwork.
In 2006, HLS Founder Cheryl Lowe served as the Charter Representative for American Heritage Girls Troop KY2521, a chapter of the national organization for young women dedicated to character development, Christian values, and family involvement. Danielle Fuller joined the organization that year as a kindergarten student. Today Danielle is a junior at HLS, and a […]
Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program is a highly competitive summer program in which rising seniors spend five weeks at one of three in-state college campuses with other students from across the state. Accepted students spend their summer focusing on their chosen discipline. GSP is completely paid for, and students who complete the summer program are […]
Congratulations to six Highlands Latin juniors who were accepted to the 2014 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. The Governor’s Scholars Program is Kentucky’s most prestigious summer, liberal arts program for rising seniors. The HLS students accepted are Spencer Henderson, Matthew Zolla, Logan Crum, Lauren Petrey, Andrew Thibaudeau, and Alexander Perdue. We would like to congratulate Ed Boomershine and Andrew […]
Objective: Build a multicopter from individual components using a programmable board (e.g. arduino) and complete a series of tasks for points. The team with the most points wins. Each team of 12th graders will receive an $850 budget to purchase components for constructing a multicopter. Starting with a DIY kit such as 3DR-Y6 from 3drobotics.com or […]