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Highland Middle School (5076)

2108 E 200 N
Anderson, IN 46012-0000
Phone: (765) 641-2059 Fax: (765) 641-2067
School Homepage

Principal: Mr David Tijerina
dtijerina@acsc.net
Grade Levels 06 - 08
Accreditation Status: State Accredited

Madison County
Anderson Community School Corp (5275)

Overview

Enrollment 2016-17

1,403 students

White: 796 students, 56.7% Multiracial: 114 students, 8.1% Hispanic: 167 students, 11.9% Asian: 5 students, 0.4% Black: 319 students, 22.7% American Indian: 2 students, 0.1% White: 796 students, 56.7% Hispanic: 167 students, 11.9%
Reduced price meals: 124 students, 8.8% Paid meals: 250 students, 17.8% Free meals: 1,029 students, 73.3% Free meals: 1,029 students, 73.3% Reduced price meals: 124 students, 8.8% Free meals: 1,029 students, 73.3%
School: 27.6%, 353 students School: 27.6%, 353 students School: 27.6%, 353 students School: 27.6%, 353 students Corporation: 35.6%, 1,044 students Corporation: 35.6%, 1,044 students Corporation: 35.6%, 1,044 students Corporation: 35.6%, 1,044 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students School: 26.7%, 356 students School: 26.7%, 356 students School: 26.7%, 356 students School: 26.7%, 356 students Corporation: 37.6%, 1,083 students Corporation: 37.6%, 1,083 students Corporation: 37.6%, 1,083 students Corporation: 37.6%, 1,083 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students School: 29.0%, 393 students School: 29.0%, 393 students School: 29.0%, 393 students School: 29.0%, 393 students Corporation: 38.7%, 1,099 students Corporation: 38.7%, 1,099 students Corporation: 38.7%, 1,099 students Corporation: 38.7%, 1,099 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students
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In 2014-15 Indiana transitioned to new, more rigorous college-and-career ready standards and a new statewide assessment to measure these standards. Therefore, results are not comparable to previous data.