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Press Release – Board of Directors’ Meeting – August 7 2020

Resocialization of Athletics Guidelines

RESOCIALIZATION OF ATHLETICS GUIDELINES: The COVID-19 pandemic has presented all Athletic Departments with countless challenges. The Highlands School District will take the necessary precautions and recommendations from the federal, state, and local governments, CDC, Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH), as well as the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS), and Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) to

Fall Sport Sign-Up Form

For all students entering grades 7-12 that are interested in signing up for fall sports, please click on the link below and fill out the sign-up form. If you have any questions, please email Drew Karpen, Athletic Director, at dkarpen@goldenrams.com Fall Sport Sign-Up Form

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Darren Hildebrand

Name: Darren Hildebrand Sport: Football Position: Linebacker/Left Guard GPA: 3.0 Future plans: To attend Geneva University to major in Sports Management Hobbies: playing Xbox, lifting, hanging out with my friends Most Memorable Moment: Beating New Castle on Senior night

Wahkeem Roman Picks Up Division 1 Offer From Toledo University

Fresh off his WPIAL Championship basketball season, junior Wahkeem Roman is returning to the headlines on the gridiron, picking up a Division I offer to Toledo University. To read more about Roman’s news, read Greg MacAfee’s article in the Trib at https://tribhssn.triblive.com/highlands-roman-picks-up-offer-from-toledo/  

WPIAL Realignments for Fall 2021-2022 sports revealed

The WPIAL revealed the much-anticipated realignments for the Fall 2021-2022 cycle and a few Springs Sports on Monday. Among them were the football realignments that had controversy whether they would stay status quo or switch to a point system. To find out where the Highlands sport teams were placed, click here.

Johnny Crise Signs Letter of Intent for Penn State

Highlands multi-sport standout Johnny Crise signed his Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football career at Penn State University. Crise will be a preferred walk-on. Crise was a four-year letter winner on the football team, finishing his career with a school record 105 receptions. In his senior season, Crise hauled in 38 receptions