Highland Middle School (Louisville, Kentucky)

Highland Middle School (Louisville, Kentucky)

Coordinates: 38°13′24″N 85°42′21″W / 38.22340°N 85.70580°W / 38.22340; -85.70580

Highland Middle School
Location
1700 Norris Place,
Louisville, Kentucky, 40205
United States
Information
Type Public
School district Jefferson County Public Schools
Principal Steven Heckman
Grades 6-8
Information 502-485-8266
Website link

Highland Middle School is a free public middle school, with grades 6-8, in the Highlands section of Louisville, Kentucky, for which it is named. It is in the Deer Park neighborhood and adjacent to Bellarmine University. Highland is part of Jefferson County Public Schools, the largest school district in Kentucky.

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