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2020 Summer School Information

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Preparing students for college and career

On average, 97% of Highland Park High School graduates matriculate to institutes of higher education. Some of the institutions include
Duke University
Harvard University
Stanford University
University of Texas at Austin
Vanderbilt University
Texas A&M University
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Highland Park High School At A Glance

  • 64,000 hours of community service from the Class of 2019
  • 26 students named National Merit Semifinalists
  • 2019 5A Lone Star Cup Recipients
  • 13 total students named to the All-State Band, Choir or Orchestra
  • 7 state championships won in the 2018-19 school year
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Summer School 2020 Information

Only students who are classified as freshmen or above for the fall semester immediately following summer school are eligible to attend HPHS Summer School. Prior to starting a summer school course at HPHS, a student must contact their counselor with any questions prior to registering for a summer school course. Please see the counseling website for information related to summer courses offered outside of HPISD.
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2020 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar

The HPHS Counseling Department would like to inform current 10th graders of an opportunity to apply to be the Highland Park High School Representative for the 2020 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar which will take place in the North Dallas area this coming June.