A community located strategically in Northwest Indiana at the southern tip of Lake Michigan but our location doesn’t begin to tell our story.
Highland offers the best of all worlds, access to house-buying jobs, spectacular education and first-class entertainment in the best small town you’re ever going to find.
We are community that has been seasoned over the last century by the farmers who found our sandy soil ideal for growing cabbages, onions, pumpkins even asparagus, the vets returning from World War II who wanted a great place to get married and raise their families and the children of those hard-working residents who yearned to give their children the same kind of upbringing.
An independent bunch of forward thinkers who raised more than a few eyebrows when they decided to begin the town’s Fourth of July tradition the night before with a parade that begins at dusk, we wave our flags proudly during our Third of July parade that and believe an outdoor carol sing with neighbors no matter how cold the weather is a great way to spend a few hours
Not only do we willingly take part in Hoosier Hysteria and tailgate at least once each year before a Highland High School football game, we celebrate our Little League and host world-championship ping-pong tournaments.
More than anything, Highland is a community that is proud of its past and willing to work together to create a future bright with possibilities.
Mission Statement: The mission of the Highland Parks Department is to enrich and enhance our community by providing safe, welcoming, and sustainable parks. We also strive to expand affordable, educational, and fun programs for all residents to enjoy and expand everyone’s quality of life.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN HIGHLAND
From our Outdoor Science Lab which took national honors from Home Depot to other innovative programs that spark creativity, Highland’s four elementary schools foster a
life-long love of learning in students beginning with kindergarten and continuing through fifth grade as well as the activities.
Johnston Elementary School: 8220 5th Street • Highland • (219) 923-2428
Merkley Elementary School: 9340 5th Street • Highland • (219) 922-5640
Southridge Elementary School: 9221 Johnston Street • Highland • (219) 922-5650
Warren Elementary School: 2901 100th Street • Highland • (219) 922-5660
Highland Middle Schoolers – sixth, seventh and eighth graders – find they have the best of both worlds. While they are nurtured in their academic lives, students are also challenged and given freedoms to experiment and learn at a pace that enriches them. The goal is to provide an educational experience that builds self-confidence while preparing the Middle Schoolers for success in their high school careers.
Highland Middle School: 2941 41st Street • Highland • (219) 922-5620
Highland High School students are encouraged to excel in academics, sports, as well as activities that enrich the community, cultivated by teachers who work to inspire. Teachers educate by example and continue to cultivate and fine-tune the classroom curriculum to elicit the best from each student.
Highland High School: 9135 Erie Street • Highland • (219) 922-5610
Find a church in Highland including Baptist churches, Methodist churches, Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, non-denominational and all types of Christian churches. Click "View a Map" to see where the church location, and many listings have a link to the Church Profile on Church Finder. We pray you find the right church for you!
About the Neighborhood
NOTICE: Many homes contain recording devices, and buyers should be aware they may be recorded during a showing.
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