Our mission is to provide a strong foundation of academic excellence in partnership with family and community in which each individual is challenged to achieve his/her highest potential academically, socially and personally.
High Point Agreements
- Students come to school dressed in an HPA approved school uniform.
- Students turn in all electronics to homeroom teacher at the beginning
- of the day.
- Students are on time to school and to all of their scheduled classes.
- Students refrain from physical or verbal aggression.
- Students adhere to the wellness policy.
School Motto: High Point students are respectful and responsible.
High Point Academy believes in using common sense (not zero tolerance) when handling student behavior issues. When student issues arise, teachers and administrators will consider individual circumstances in determining how to best handle discipline.
High Point Husky Public Agreements
To create a positive and productive school culture where all students and staff want to be.
“We will always…”
- Communicate effectively and appropriately
- Be open to individual differences
- Encourage, support, and listen to each other
- Remember to use our manners
- Take responsibility for our actions
“We do not tolerate…”
- Purposely causing problems
- Negative attitudes
- Giving up and blaming others
- Using damaging words
- Thinking only of ourselves
Family Handbook – Click Here
Preschool Handbook- Click Here
School Assessment Plan – Click here
Parents and or Guardians have the right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning
alleged failures by the High Point Academy to comply with the requirements of FERPA.
The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA are:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202
Policies and Procedures
To ensure that all students are dressed for academic success.
Students are required to wear an HPA approved uniform at all times (please refer to the uniform policy located in the family handbook and/or our website if needed). If a student is not in an approved school uniform, any of the following consequences may take place:
- Documented warning
- Parent notified to bring additional clothing
- Wednesday Detention
- In school suspension
To consistently keep a focus on learning with minimal disruptions and distractions.
Students are required to turn in all electronic devices to their homeroom teacher. At the end of the school day, students will be allowed to pick up their electronics. Students are not to keep cell phones, ipods, video games, or any other electronic device in their lockers, backpacks, or anywhere else. More importantly, we encourage students to leave electronics at home whenever possible. HPA is not responsible if an item is lost or stolen. If a student does not follow the electronics policy, any of the following may take place:
- Device taken away for remainder of day
- Device needing to be picked up by parent from office
- Device being confiscated for remainder of school year
To ensure all students are accountable for learning and to minimize classroom distractions.
Students are required to attend all of their scheduled classes and to arrive on time. When students will not be in attendance, please contact the HPA attendance line at (303) 217-5152. Attendance and tardies are monitored on a daily basis. In middle school, tardies will be tallied each period. This means that it is possible for a student to accrue more than one tardy during the course of the school day depending on the number of periods (classes) that he/she is late for. Parents will be notified when absences and/or tardies are excessive. If improvements are
not made, the local child services department may be contacted.
Student Aggression Policy
To promote a safe and welcoming learning environment where students’ focus is on learning.
Students will refrain from physical and/or verbal aggression. Aggression of any type creates a culture of harm that does not align with HPA’s guiding agreements.
An administrator will take into account age, degree of harm, surrounding circumstance, intent, recidivism, relationship between parties involved and context. Severity of incident will also be taken into account to determine discipline process. If students participate in any type of aggression (physical, verbal, social media, etc.) any of the following may take place to repair harm:
- Parent notification
- Documented restorative conversation
- Agreement plan
- In school suspension
- Out of school suspension
To promote a school environment in which students learn and practice healthy habits every day.
Students are required to follow the wellness guidelines that are laid out in our wellness policy (please refer to the policy located in the family handbook and/or on our website under the Wellness tab). To ensure that all students are following the guidelines, it is imperative that parents are on board as well. If and when there is a wellness violation, parents and students will be reminded of the policies that we have in place. Parents will be notified via phone or email the first time a violation occurs, and then if the issue continues, a mandatory parent meeting will be held.
Middle School Policies – click here
Asbestos Mangement Plan
High Point Academy’s Asbestos Management Plan is available for parents, staff and visitors to view in the front office. If you have any questions about the Asbestos Management Plan please contact Bill Crossman, Facility Manager at bcrossman@ highpointacademy.net
Colorado Open Records Law/CORA Fees:
High Point Academy may charge up twenty-five cents per standard page for copies. We may also charge actual costs for non-standard pages. HPA may also charge up to $30.00 per hour (after the first hour, which is free) designed to recover its staff-time research and retrieval costs for responding to the request.