Who We Are

Highland Tech Charter School is a sixth (6) through twelfth (12) grade learning environment that promotes mastery learning through integrated project-based learning. The Reinventing Schools Coalition (RISC) philosophy of Shared Leadership, Shared Vision, and Personal Mastery through standards-based instruction with systemic and systematic Continuous Improvement is the foundation that guides our program. Attention is placed on individual student learning needs through project-based learning that integrates technology as a key learning tool. Student voice and ownership is encouraged and expected.

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Vision

Educating for Leadership,

Educating for Life

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Focus

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Culture of Respect for Everyone

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Office Hours are 7:00 am to
3:00 pm

ph: 907-742-1700

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Has someone at Highland Tech Charter School gone the extra mile for you or your student?
If so please consider filling out this appreciation form

Highland Tech Charter School

Educating for Leadership, Educating for Life

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Parent Portal

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School Fees are due at this time. The yearly fee is $150 or can be paid by the semester for $75. Please drop these off to Ms. Thurston at your earliest convenience.

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Highland Tech Student Receives National Merit Scholarship

Kilian B. Roberts has received the National Merit Carlton College Scholarship July 14th, 2014. The first private college in the Upper Midwest to have chapters of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi, Carleton has been committed to academic excellence since its founding in 1866. The college's 1,000 acre campus is 35 miles south of Minneapolis-St. Paul in Northfield, where its 1,800 resident students and over 140 full-time faculty are near enough to the city to avoid rural isolation, yet far enough away to enjoy the advantages of small town life in the country. Kilian put down Mathematics as his probable career field.

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Highland Tech Accreditation Report

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Online Lottery Web Site

The lottery application and other helpful information can now be found here. You will find the online lottery application, a Step by Step guide, FAQ's, and other helpful information.

Highland Tech is accepting applications for the 2014 Lottery.
Call the office at 907-742-1700 for enrollment information.
Overview of the Charter School Program in ASD.

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Job Shadow Website

Check out this FST student made website about their job shadow experiences in the Anchorage Community. A special thanks to Birds TLC, Alaska SPCA and Leah Kellerby at the PAC for sponsoring our students!

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What's Happening at Highland Tech....

Lego Robotics meets on Mondays and Thursdays after school in Mr. Kellerby’s room.

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Math Club meets on Tuesdays after school in Ms. Mahoney’s room.

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APC Meeting Wednesday, October 8th at 5:30 PM

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Thursday, September 4
Picture Day ID: AK034558Q0

  • Parents can create their own package from the expanded online selection.
  • Quickly order and pay for portraits online.
  • Pay by credit card.

Parents should go to MyLifeTouch

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Bell Schedule

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Reminders

School doors open at 7:00 am. School hours are 7:30 am to 2:00 pm. There will be early release Wednesdays at 1:00 pm.

School supplies: 2-three ring binders 1 1/2 inch size, paper, pencils, pens

All school registration must now be done at the Highland Tech office.

Parents: please check out our new Parent Portal.

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Highland Tech Student Activity Fee

HTC uses a variety of funding sources to meet student educational needs.
Your activity fee of $150 per child (not to exceed $300/family) helps us provide off-site learning opportunities and supplies for specialty electives.
We are excited to announce that you can now make payments online through Zangle ParentConnect. We appreciate your early payment.
If payment presents a hardship, special arrangements can be discussed with administration by calling 907-742-1700

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New Principal for Highland Tech Selected

Thank you to the stakeholders who attended the Meet and Greet for the new principal candidates on Wednesday evening. Your input was great appreciated.

We would like to announce the selection of Michael Shapiro as the next principal of Highland Tech Charter School. We are excited about the passion, knowledge and skills he will bring as our new leader.

Sincerely,
The Advisory Policy Board

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