Congratulations to four Highlands Latin School seniors recognized as National Merit Scholars! Jed Hamilton and Lane Kindig were named Semifinalists, and Braxton Harstine and Clayton Nau were recognized as Commended Students. The National Merit Scholarship program is the most prestigious national academic award for high school seniors. Less than 1% of college-bound seniors are recognized […]
Each year, Highlands Latin School celebrates the beginning of the academic year with an Opening School Ceremony. We welcome our new and returning students and look forward to the continued pursuit of knowledge and wisdom. Opening School Ceremony 2023-2024 | Exhortation Welcome parents, teachers, and students to the 2023-2024 academic year. It is a joy and […]
In an impressive show of talent, the artwork of Madison Rush is on display in the state Capitol in Frankfort! The HLS seventh grader’s work was selected for the Fall 2022 Exhibition of the Governor’s Team Kentucky Art Gallery. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear organized the exhibition to showcase Kentuckians’ artistic talents. “The […]
Congratulations to four Highlands Latin School seniors recognized as National Merit Scholars! Trevor Kimbell, Michael LePrell, and Jane Singleton were named Semifinalists, and Allie Pierre was recognized as a Commended Student. The National Merit Scholarship program is the most prestigious national academic award for high school seniors. Less than 1% of college-bound seniors are recognized […]
Growth in Personal Leadership Julianna Sizemore’s journey at Highlands Latin School has been an amazing story of personal growth and leadership. Julianna plans to attend Samford University to major in nursing and minor in nutrition, with the hope of later becoming a maternity nurse. “Even though it’s a small community, there are a lot of different […]
For the first time ever, a Highlands Latin School student has been accepted into The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky. Sophomore Mason Hartlage received the honor and will be leaving HLS and living on campus at Western Kentucky University enrolled full time in the program. “Going to HLS for the past four […]
Each year, family and friends look forward to the HLS Christmas Cantatas. 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 would like to congratulate the four HLS seniors who were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for their performance on the 2018 PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
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.
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.