Students who qualify will receive an award as follows…
Those that receive such honor for every year in high school will also receive a personalized plaque.
Highland Park ISD proudly recognizes outstanding achievement in rigorous academic courses for students attending Highland Park High School through the Superintendent Scholars program.
To qualify as a Superintendent Scholar, a student must:
Be currently enrolled in the 9th-12th grade in at least four courses listed as a Superintendent Scholar course.
Earn a semester average of 95 or above in each of four qualifying courses (including dual credit courses) taken at the high school in one semester or
earn an A average in any qualifying course taken at a college or university or through a college or university correspondence course.
∙ Courses taken with the Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) will be reviewed on an individual basis.
∙ Averages for second semester will be determined after the fifth six weeks.
Honors, Dual Credit and AP courses will be weighted as outlined in the HP ISD Student Handbook.
SUPERINTENDENT SCHOLAR COURSES
All Honors, Dual Credit and AP Courses
All Pre-AP Courses
English I, II, III, IV
Spanish I, II, III
Algebra I, II
History of Math
Integrated Physics & Chemistry
Anatomy & Physiology