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Highland Springs High School

Highland Springs, VA
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 1872


Highland Springs High School
15 South Oak Avenue
Highland Springs, VA 23075
(804) 328-4000
Highland Springs High School is located in Highland Springs, VA and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
Two or more races

Reviews13 Reviews

The school could do some changes. Some teachers are passionate on teaching their students even if their having a bad day but other teachers just teach to get paid. The young adults should have a say on what goes on in their school. HSHS IS OVER CROWDED!! Hallways are always packed, students only get 5 minuets tonget to class that is hard to do when you can barely get by!
Its WAY overcrowded. I could barely get to my 3rd period. Theres always fights and we are always on restricted movement. All the kids are not even worried about education. They just care about popularity. The only good things about that school is the tech centers, sports, and clubs.
The students are horrible to each other and the teachers do nothing step in and be adults. No one wants to be the bigger person and people around here are just so mean and close minded.
Highland Springs is a very good school with teachers who really care about the students. My child was at another school in the county and the teachers there (not all) that taught my son could have cared less about his education. It's every parents job to make sure their child is accountable, but the children are with their teachers more than they're with us. So having teachers that care is a huge help for the working parent. Unfortunately the stereotypes will always be there because of racism. There are many honor students in the school, as well as students striving for greatness. HS has an "old school" feel, where you know they have your child's best interests at heart. The school has the same issues as any other school in this area. Just when it happens at HS it's blown out of proportion and broadcast throughout the media. Hanover County and a number of Western Henrico Schools are look upon as the "best" schools in the area. What most people don't know is they have the largest number of heroin and alcohol problems in the state. The difference is it's not broadcasted in the media like it would be if it were an issue at HS. My son is an multi sport athlete w/ 3.0 GPA.gospring
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