Highlands Latin School’s new Southern Indiana campus commemorated Veterans Day in a unique way this year.
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.
Highlands Latin School would like to congratulate 24% (5 of the 21) of the HLS Class of 2019 for being recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for their performance on the 2017 PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
“Today we honor 20 students by recognizing them for their singular achievement, the completion of their studies at Highlands Latin School. These students will have graduated as one the most distinguished and talented classes in school history.” – Dr. Dickie
Every year the Highlands Latin School students work diligently day in and day out. Below are videos of their hard work demonstrated through recitations and our closing school ceremony where we honor select students.
Every year, as most students, teachers, and administrators take a week off to rest and prepare for the final weeks of school, the members of the Highlands Latin School senior class culminate their educational journey with a trip to see where it all happened: Rome.
The Highlands Latin Drama Troupe presented Meredith Willson’s The Music Man in front of sold out crowds on April 13 and 14. Fifty-eight students were involved in this year’s musical production, which was dedicated to the school’s founder, Mrs. Cheryl Lowe.
Highlands Latin School would like to congratulate our Highlanders on their performance at the Louisville Regional Science Olympiad Tournament. The high school team also qualified for the state tournament this weekend.
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.
Each school year at Highlands Latin School, as a portion of classical studies the sixth-grade class learns 24 stanzas of Horatius at the Bridge, the poem by Thomas Babington and Lord Macaulay.