Education

Name: Oliver Wheeler
Grade: 11
Hometown: Lewistown
Parent(s): Jennifer Logan, Yogi Wheeler
Activities: Drama Club, Art Club, FCCLA
Hobbies: Reading, puzzles Highland High School Students of the Month of March

C-SC Inducts Newest Members into Beta Beta Beta
Culver-Stockton's Pi Kappa Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, inducted 22 new members into their honor society on April 20, 2016. Tri Beta is a National...

Members Inducted Alpha Chi National Honor Society
Culver-Stockton College is proud to announce the induction of 22 students into the Missouri Beta chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society. The ceremony was...
Dr. Bill Sheehan Culver-Stockton College Announces New Vice President for Advancement
Dr. Bill Sheehan, Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo., has accepted the new role as Vice President...

Brady Neil Neil Awarded Highest International Key Club Honor
Brady Neil a 2016 graduate of Palmyra High School, was awarded the Earl Collins and the Kiwanis International Key Club Scholarship at the District...

Sigma Phi Zeta Inducts Newest Members
Culver-Stockton College inducted eleven students into the Sigma Phi Zeta Music Honor Society on April 8, 2016 in Merrillat Hall, in the Robert W....

Canton FFA members traveled to Saint Louis Missouri to tour Monsanto. Canton R-V FFA Week
Canton FFA members celebrated FFA Week recently with many different activities. Members kicked off the week with a Pancake Breakfast held in the...

H.H.S. Student of the Month
Name: Jayden Dreyer Grade: 7 Hometown: Ewing Parent(s): Brian and Brandi Dreyer GPA: 3.8 Activities: Student Council Hobbies: Reading,...

Name: Erin Peters
Grade: 9
Hometown: Ewing
Parent(s): Chad Peters and Roberta Ostermudler
GPA: 3.86
Activities: Dance, FBLA, Art Club, Student Council, Spanish Club
Future Plans: Attend college Highland High School Students of the Month

Proposition KIDS
The importance of the local school to a small rural community By John French Lewis County C-1 Superintendent Every real estate agent will tell you, “One of the first...
Carson Birck and Marvin Long test the meat to make sure it is cooked to the proper temperature. Canton Ag Department Receives Monetary Award
The Canton Agriculture Education Department was recently award money to purchase lamb meat for classroom instruction. The money was used to...

Regional Math Contest
The Missouri Council Teachers of Mathematics Regional Math Contest was held Saturday March 19 at Hannibal Middle School. Highland Elementary...

Dr. Lauren Schellenberger Senior Leadership Academy
Dr. Lauren Schellenberger, Associate Professor of Biology and Chair of the Applied Liberal Arts and Science Division, was recently admitted to the...

Seniors at Highland High School participated in the annual Ethics Day program held March 4. The program is to help students prepare for life after high school and to make good choices using different ways to solve a problem and work together as a team to come to a unanimous decision. Seniors were assigned a table leader and as a group discussed the different scenarios to form an opinion. Students and table leaders were treated to pizza from Primo's and drinks provided by Refreshment Services Pepsi. Highland Principal Alan Koch said the experience helps students to establish work ethics and to be able to perform well at school and work by learning to make good choices and listening to other opinions to form a solution. Ethics Day

Front Row: Ali Reed, Chase Sade, Emma Harshberger, Michael Mutchler, Denton Daggs, Macy Hamlin, and Joel Moody; Middle Row: Robert Goehl, Abby Flanagan, Sydney Casebier, Nic Meyer, Luke Geisendorfer, Trinity Wright, Aidan Lay, and Ansley Bringer; Back Row: Drew Mallett, Aydan Tryon, Shon Stark, Toby O'Brien, Faith Post, and Seth Evans Highland Elementary Competes in Math Contest
The Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics held their 31st annual Mathematics Qualifying Contest on Saturday, February 20th at Kirksville,...