Letter from the Director
There is nothing better than waking up every morning excited to go to work. That is life for me here at Highlands. Every morning I wake up excited about what God has in store and excited about getting to see nearly 250 smiling faces. Like the Bible says…
“Whatever you do, do it enthusiastically, as something done for the Lord and not for men.” (Colossians 3:23)
When you experience Highlands International School you will discover that we not only enjoy every part of our school, but we seek to achieve excellence for our Lord and not just for man. It is an honor to serve Highlands as Director. There is truly no place like it. The experience that students receive every day at Highlands amazes me. The faculty and staff are consistently training our students to love Jesus, love Others, and love Life. Highlands is a place that seeks to bring glory to God in all that we do.
Highlands, I have found, goes deeper than most private schools in developing the mind and heart of each student. Our focus in all that we do is to have students be prepared for the 21st century and the global market, not just academically, but emotionally and spiritually. As a parent of two girls at Highlands, my wife and I experience firsthand the ups and downs of parenting, and I am pleased to say that the faculty, staff and administration is always right beside us walking the path of raising children. Highlands is unique in the fact that we do not believe we know your child better than you do, but we believe we can help you along the path of raising them to be productive citizens and effective spouses, parents, bosses or employees one day.
If you are a current parent, thank you for entrusting us with that which is of greatest value to you. From kindergarten to graduation the amount of time your child will spend in school is more than 16,000 hours. If you are a prospective parent, give us a serious look. Come on campus to experience firsthand the excellence we call Highlands International School. You will not be disappointed.
In His Grip,
Highlands International School