Is my student enrolled? If you received a letter with your student's school ID number and a registration pin number, or you were provided a registration pin number by Highland High School, you are enrolled. Not enrolled? Click here for info.
Is my student registered? Parents must complete online registration for all enrolled students each year. If you logged in with the student ID and registration pin provided by Highland High School, completed the online registration and received a confirmation email that online registration was complete, you are registered.
Class schedules can be found on PowerSchool, in addition to attendance, grades, and more. If you would like to know more about utilizing PowerSchool, watch this video and make sure to attend our back-to-school night! Students may pick up a printed copy of their schedule on the first day of school (9th graders will also receive a printed copy if they attend Ram Camp).
If you need help with school supplies, a backpack, food at home, shoes, clothes or even deodorant for your teenager, reach out to our Family Support Coordinator Melinda Smith or just stop into our school pantry or school closet just two doors down from our auditorium.
If you would like to donate items or help students in need, you can reach out to Melinda Smith.
You can also visit myschoolfees.com to donate funds that will help students with supplies or school fees.
Picture days will be early September and October. Dates & Times to be announced...
School photos are taken for our PowerSchool system, included on a student's ID card, and included in our yearbook. Digital copies or photo prints can be purchased directly from the photography company (more information about this will be forthcoming).
General fees and class fees will be posted on the My School Fees website (myschoolfees.com) at the end of Term 1. It is your responsibility to check My School Fees every term for fees due. Treasurer 801-484-4343 ext.3102 - email@example.com.
If you are applying for a Utah State Fee Waiver (an application to waive class fees and some activity fees) you will meet with an administrator (principal or assistant principal) who will review and approve/deny your application. Fee Waiver application forms can be found on USBE’s website, Highland’s main webpage, in Highland’s main office or the Treasurer’s office. Applications will only be accepted if they are filled out, signed by a legal parent/guardian and accompanied by necessary documentation to verify the information on your application. Students may submit a fee waiver without a guardian present if it is signed by a parent or guardian and the student brings the correct documentation with the application. For more Utah State School Fees info: https://www.schools.utah.gov/schoolfees
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