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School leader:  Laurie Norton
3555 Granada Avenue
Dallas, TX 75205

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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    Before, After
  • Dress policy
    Dress code
  • Transportation
    Transportation provided for special education students
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Arts
    Graphics, Video and film production, Band, Orchestra...
  • World languages
    French, Japanese, Spanish
  • Sports
    Basketball, Crew / Rowing, Cross country, Football...
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Submitted by a community member · February 06, 2016
Parents love this school. But ask a student, did you like going here? The answer is no. There is so much, TOO much, bullying and hate that is allowed. Disciplinarians don't give proper punishments to bullies and the way the students, my peers, act... more

Teacher effectiveness: Agree
Submitted by a community member · February 06, 2016
I have had some AMAZING teachers at this school (Mrs. Greene the math teacher and Mr. Francis the social studies teacher). I mentioned their names because I LOVE them so much. Mrs. Greene made me love math (for that year anyways) and Mr. Francis... more

Amount of homework: Disagree
Submitted by a community member · February 06, 2016
Definitely too much for them to handle. Last year, my friends had to write a novel, and they were stressed about it for MONTHS. Math packets were long, science didn't make sense, and all the work combined, mostly busy work mind you, was too much.... more

Develops character: Disagree
Submitted by a community member · February 06, 2016
As a former student, most people cheat. There, I said it, and i'll repeat it, most students cheat bc they are too lazy and are worried about their grades. And no one even notices the obvious: this isn't that students handwriting, I just read that... more

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Last modified: February 6, 2016
Last modified Highland Park Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 7-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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