The Highland Park Independent School District is located immediately north of downtown Dallas in the 6.21-square-mile suburban area of Highland Park, University Park and a small part of North Dallas. HPISD serves approximately 33,640 residents who are predominantly college-educated professionals and business leaders in the Dallas community. Since Highland Park schools were founded in 1914, there has been a consistent effort to build a tradition of excellence in both academic and extracurricular activities.Dallas is home to the State Fair of Texas, some of the finest museums in the Southwest and professional sports teams. Southern Methodist University, one of the largest and most prestigious universities in the South, is located in the Park Cities and offers a variety of concerts, lectures and athletic events to the surrounding area.
The Highland Park Independent School District first opened its doors in October of 1914 with a four-room building on Cornell Avenue. Since then, it has grown to a district comprised of seven campuses: four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school and one high school. The district has an enrollment of approximately 7,090 students and employs nearly 800 people, including more than 450 teachers.
Highland Park High School students consistently score above the national and state average on the ACT and SAT. In the 2013-14 school year, HPHS students scored a composite 27.2 on the ACT, compared to the Texas average of 20.9 and the national average of 21.0. HPHS students recorded a composite score of 1792 on the SAT, higher than the Texas average of 1432 and the national average of 1497.
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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2017 at 6:45am EST.