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Prospective Students

Tours and Events for Prospective Students and Families

Current 5th grade families interested in a daytime tour of Highland Park Middle School will be able to do so on one of the dates below.  Tours run from 8:45-9:30am. Registration is required for this event.  Click  HERE to register for a school tour. Highland Park Middle School does not offer a student shadow option.

No tours currently available. Please call the school at 651-293-8950.

In the meantime, feel free to check out the Highland Park parent information folder and watch the video above to learn about all we have to offer students at Highland Park Middle School!

Check back in December for our family showcase event. During the showcase, families are provided a brief introduction to the Highland Middle School community. Families will then have the opportunity to visit 6th grade classrooms, meet teachers and support staff, and learn about middle school opportunities. No registration is required for the Showcase Night event.

Tips for a Successful Transition to HPMS

Parent Information Folder and Welcome Video
Please take time to look through our parent information folder and watch this video about Highland Park Middle School and all we have to offer for our students!

Middle School is an exciting time and most students have fun and succeed in their classes. Students also like the new independence that comes with middle school. This is the first time when students get to work with multiple teachers and move independently through the school building.

Ask for Help
Our school has many support systems in place. Students and parents can get extra help from homeroom and team teachers, their grade-level counselor or administrator, and the school social worker to name a few. The key here is not to be afraid to ask for help.

Incoming 6th grade students are not usually accustomed to the homework demands in middle school. Be sure to review all course syllabi and ask teachers for clarification when necessary.

Stay Involved
Just like in elementary school, parental involvement is directly linked to student success. Parents should stay in contact with teachers and help their child keep track of their homework and tests.