Congratulations to the 22 seniors who graduated from Highlands Latin School!
As the 2018-2019 school year came to a close, students put their hard work on display through recitations and our closing school ceremony where we honored select students.
Jackson Hoffman is well known on the campus of Highlands Latin School.
In observation of this very solemn day in history, the Highlands Latin Upper School choir performed “The Seven Last Words of Christ.” Led by Dr. Louie Bailey, the choir read biblical passages and meditations along with performing beautifully sung arrangements. To close the service, a bell chimed 33 times to signify the age of Jesus when he died.
At the beginning of each and every school year, Highlands Latin School students in sixth grade face a challenge—memorize all 70 stanzas (16 pages, 589 lines, 3,201 words) of Horatius at the Bridge.
Twelve-year-old Claire Schutte is a seventh grade student at Highlands Latin School and has attended since Kindergarten.
Each year the HLS Grammar School students enjoy performing their spring plays: “The Banquet of the Gods” by 3rd grade, “Famous Men of Rome” by 4th grade, and “Robin Hood and His Merry People” by 5th grade.
Highlands Latin School would like to congratulate junior Tanay Neotia for earning a perfect score of 36 on the ACT last December.
The HLS Christmas Cantatas continue to be a favorite event within the HLS community, year after year! Under the direction of Dr. Louie Bailey, Mrs. Rhonda Hibdon, and Mrs. Jennifer Gilcreast, the HLS student choirs tell the Christmas story with Scriptures and song.
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.