Students are invited to High Road School's own Candy Land themed prom. Prom is open to blue and green level students who are in 9th-12th grade.
Ms. Codee and Ms. Brittany's class was introduced to information about the growth of apple trees and the importance of farm animals. Students had a memorable experience as well as an educational opportunity. Students participated in a hayride around the orchard, toured the apple packing facilities and even got to pick their own apples and gourds. The highlight of the trip was visiting and feeding the animals in the farm yard.
At North Bay, they taught our students to recognize how their actions affect their futures, their community, and the environment using character development and outdoors activities. The students attended two classes each day. One after breakfast and one after lunch. In these classes they did educational team-building activities using art, science and math, skills and knowledge. They learned how to build a fire, build their own shelter using branches and logs between two trees, how to identify animal bones, and learned many fun important facts about the environment. During the classes each student was given a journal to write and [...]
Students from 6 separate High Road Schools visited High Road School of Harford County on March 23rd for a Mock Interview Day. Students worked with their Transition Coordinators to prepare for the day, which included resume building, determining the appropriate attire, and questions for employers. Community employers donated their time and spoke to students about a range of careers including nursing, real estate, business, and education. The students also had follow-up meetings with their Transition Coordinators to go over their takeaways from the day. Thank you so much to all of you who participated and provided such helpful feedback [...]