High Point High School

High Point High School (HPHS) is a high school located in Beltsville, an unincorporated section of Prince George's County, Maryland, United States of America, and built on the highest point in Prince George's County.

The school, serving children in grades 9 through 12, is part of the Prince George's County Public Schools district system.

High Point serves a portion of the city of College Park, and several unincorporated areas, including Adelphi, Beltsville, Landover and Hyattsville.

Some students live within walking distance of HPHS. Students do walk from their homes up to a 2-mile radius.

High Point students come from middle schools throughout Prince George's County. They hail predominately from Buck Lodge Middle School and Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, both in unincorporated Prince George's County. Originally, the students were bussed as well from Beltsville Junior High school which is now known as Beltsville Elementary School.

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