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Infinite Campus

Infinite Campus is a great tool for checking grades, attendance, and lunch account information. Just click the link below and use your student ID# and password provided by the school.

Infinite Campus Login
School District #25

The School District #25 Website is a great tool for you to use as a student. You can do everything from viewing ACT/SAT practice tests to looking at the High School Course Handbook.

SD #25 Site
Contact

You can contact the school by phone with (208)237-1300. If you are looking to contact a specific person at the school click the link below.

Contact Page


Graduation Requirements

Ensure you're graduating by checking out the graduation requirements table on the Counseling Center Page.

Graduation Requirements
Ram Center Facebook Page

Highland's Counseling Center, nick-named the Ram Center, would like to invite you to take a look at their Facebook Page. It is constantly being updated with new events and scholarship offers and is a great tool for a high school student.

Ram Center Facebook Page
Schedules

Highland is currently running on a trimester system. Each student, given that they have a full schedule, should have 5 classes and lunch everyday. Every Monday is PLC and all students will get out of school 1 hour early. The last 2 days of each trimester are reserved for finals; during that time students will be in a block schedule.

Schedules Page

About Highland

A Pocatello, ID Highschool

Opened in 1963, Highland was the second of the three traditional public high schools in Pocatello, and serves the northern portion of the school district, including portions of Pocatello, Chubbuck, and Tyhee. It was originally going to be called "Gate City," one of Pocatello's historical nicknames. Students voiced their dislike for the name and a vote was held, and the winning name was "Highland".

Since its founding, Highland has been the rival of Pocatello High School. The "Black and Blue Bowl," the annual rivalry football game, received national attention across the years, most recently being named the best rivalry game in the state of Idaho in 2009 by ESPN. The rivalry's intensity was expectedly diminished with the addition of the city's third high school, Century, which opened in 1999.

Highland has three fight songs and the official one is the "Highland High School Fight Song." The more commonly sung fight song is called "Loyalty," the lyrics to which are printed on the back of student activity cards. The last is called "Ram Power," which most students know the tune of (Budweiser's 1971 jingle Here Comes the King) but not the lyrics, outside its last stanza, which is "When you say RAM POWER... You've said it all!".

Highland's "Hall of Fame", shown on the right, contains every athletic award given to the school and team members. Those awards stretch from all-conference in a certain position to State Championship Trophies. Here are some of Highland's notable athletes:

  • Maxine Bell (1949): member of the Idaho House of Representatives since 1988
  • Wil Carter (2006): professional basketball player for EiffelTowers of the Dutch Basketball League since 2012
  • Merril Hoge (1983): professional American football running back in the NFL (1987 to 1994) who played at Idaho State
  • Bryan Johnson (1996): professional American football running back in the NFL (2000 to 2006) who played at Boise State
  • Dirk Koetter (1977): American football coach since 1983, head coach of Boise State Broncos football from 1998 to 2000 and Arizona State Sun Devils football from 2001 to 2006, offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL since 2012
  • Steve Kragthorpe (1983): football coach since 1990; was head coach of Tulsa Golden Hurricane from 2003 to 2006 and Louisville Cardinals from 2007 to 2009
  • Taysom Hill (2009): Starting Quarterback at BYU Football since in 2013. He will be starting again in this,his senior year.
  • Tristen Hoge (2014): Tristen is currently starting at Notre Dame University, as an offensive lineman.
  • Wayne Kirby(2016): Wayne is a Defensive tackle for The University Oregon, On a full ride scholarship.