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Highland Booms for Homecoming Weekend

Highland showed its school pride on Boom Night on Wednesday, Sept. 29. more

Highland Prom

Highland Prom 2021 was on Saturday, April 17. more

Alburnett ends Huskies’ season

Highland’s football season ended with a 40-19 loss to Alburnett in the first round of the playoffs on Oct. 16. The Huskies recorded their third-highest offense output of the season with 294 … more

Homecoming Win

The Highland varsity football team defeated North Cedar, 55-14, in its Homecoming game on Sept. 25. The Huskies took advantage of errors in North Cedar’s passing offense, grabbing three … more

Baseball squad ends summer in districts

The moment tugged at the hearts, a senior outfielder and the coach he played for. The season had just ended for the Highland baseball team in New London, a 9-3 loss in the semifinals of the Class … more

Huskies Power Up

The craziness spilled over when Jenna Sands of Highland slammed her second hit of the game toward the Hillcrest Academy outfield. Two teammates sprinted home with the Huskies’ ninth and … more

Highland celebrates socially distanced graduation

For months, there were doubts that they would get a traditional graduation ceremony, but Saturday, 49 Highland High School seniors gathered on the football field to get their diplomas from school … more

Celebrating World Autism Day

The Highland school district celebrated World Autism Day on April 2 with a window-decorating contest. Windows throughout Riverside and Ainsworth were decorated with symbols of support for autism … more

Highland places seven at conference

Seven Highland High School wrestlers took their places on the medal stand Saturday at the Southeast Iowa Super Conference tournament in Lone Tree. “We had a good day,” coach Derick … more

Hills Bank makes Classroom Cash donations to local schools

Hills Bank, as part of its Classroom Cash program, recently donated $1,302.55 to the Highland Community School District, $804.43 to Hillcrest Academy, $650.53 to the Lone Tree Community School … more

Debating the Issue

The question was: Should cellphones be allowed at Highland schools? Two three-person teams were lined up on each side of the question. The status quo team – Ryan Vandenberg, Lucy Bell and … more
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