Welcome to Highland Park Senior High School

Our school offers the rigor of International Baccalaureate (IB) studies in a quiet, approachable setting. Highland Senior has a strong academic culture, and IB students are evaluated with their peers worldwide. Highland Senior is the only SPPS high school in which all ninth and tenth grade students participate in the IB Middle Years Programme; IB Diploma classes in all subjects are open to grades 11-12. Learn more...

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School Supply List
· Student Planner or use electronic organizer
· 7 Notebooks
· 7 Folders
· Pencils
· Erasers
· Pens (non gel)
· Highlighters
· Ruler
· Calculator (teacher will recommend)

World class education in a nurturing urban environment

Activities

Students: Add spark to your life, gain new skills, and meet new friends. Highland Park Senior High School offers many extracurricular activities that help you thrive at our school. Check out links to events, clubs and activities here. GO SCOTS!

International Baccalaureate (IB)

The IB Diploma Program provides a rigorous college preparatory course of studies. It provides a rigorous, inquiry based, internationally-minded, and holistic approaches preparing students for college course work.

News and Updates

HPSH News features all the latest school news along with shout-outs to fellow students and staff. In addition, a school and athletic calendar along with helpful education resources and links are also available.

School Profile

Our Principal

I am Dr. Winston H. Tucker, the proud principal of Highland Park Senior High School. I have worked in SPPS since 1989. Prior to becoming principal at Highland Park I was principal at Murray Junior High School for nine years. I've also taught Social Studies and Humanities and served as an Assistant Principal, all in the Saint Paul School District.

Contact Us

Highland Park Senior High School
1015 Snelling Ave S
St Paul, MN 55116

Grades: 9-12

Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Phone: 651-293-8940
 


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