News and Announcements
Summer Camp Registration OPEN
Get ready for a summer full of fun and community at High Point! Campers can join us for two great camps in one great place! High Point Summer Camp will be held in the mornings from 9:00 am - 12:30 pm and Parker-Anderson will host an afternoon camp from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Campers will have a fulfilling experience with activities like: Sports, Games, Art, Drama, STEAM and Cooking in similar grade groups which will allow your camper to have a blast with their peers. Activities will differ each day, week and session to optimize the fun and variety for your child! Visit our website for details about High Point's morning camp and be sure to visit Parker-Anderson's Summer Camps webpage to register for their afternoon camp held at High Point Academy.
Are you ready to be engrossed in entomology, the study of bugs? To investigate and analyze crime scene evidence to solve a mystery? To DIG into Earth Science? We’ll see what physical and chemical changes take place in and around your kitchen and discover how simple machines make our lives easier. Movie Effects gives you a chance to sit in the director’s chair and discover why science is the real star of the big screen. Test and play with spinning tops, building gears, and gravity toys. Conduct hands-on experiments to understand how and why weather works!
High Point’s Fourth Graders Regale the British Home with Songs of the Gold Rush Era
After trying out their playlist on parents, thirty-eight students in Becky Lievense’s and Karla Yulo’s classes donned straw hats and bandanas to do a reprise of historic songs at the British Home in Sierra Madre. High Point’s social studies curriculum includes a collaboration with music teacher Doris Wang while studying California’s 1849 Gold Rush, and the joy of spreading cheer to others is part of the school’s Community Engagement program—a perfect meeting of the minds. . . and miners!
6th Grade Eagle Times Editors and Editions
High Point Academy’s “Eagle Times” newspaper was started by 4 sixth graders, Megan, Lexi, Madeline, and Jacob with the hope of being an informative voice for HPA eagles. Written during their lunch break, the “Eagle Times” covers school-wide stories and includes games, puzzles, and interviews. The team produces regular weekly/biweekly issues which are distributed throughout campus.