Parents are an integral part of the home-school partnership. Fostering and growing the relationship requires effective communication, parent-to-parent interaction, and volunteerism.

The purpose of the Parent Auxiliary is to support the mission of Highlands School as determined by the Board, help the families at various grade levels to come to know each other and to join in effectively promoting the school causes, support the school with its needs and to promote the welfare of the school through fund drives and other projects, help improve the school through mutual efforts of the parents, faculty, Board and Administration, and provide opportunity to enhance communication between the school and its families. Each year, annual officers and grade level parent representatives facilitate these activities.


Highlands Pulse is the central login point for all official school communication and items related to your business with the school. Parents should log in frequently to check for correspondence, complete forms, visit teacher websites, and access directory/contact resources.


List of 5 items.

  • Gabrielle Matese P'19, P'22

  • Shea Seaman P'26

    Vice Chair
  • Alanah Melton P'24

  • Amy Swindle English P'27

  • Christian Faul P'26



List of 11 items.

  • Family Center

    Caroline Gayle P'31
    Kelly Adams P'31
  • 4K

    Apryl Marie Van Flein P'27, P'30, P'31
  • Kindergarten

    AK Hardeman P'29, P'31
  • 1st Grade

    Kelly Chopin P'25, P'28
  • 2nd Grade

    Deborah Mai P'27, P'31
  • 3rd Grade

    Erin Price P'26, P'28
  • 4th Grade

    Jennifer Rushing P'25, P'26
  • 5th Grade

    Rachel Fry P'24
  • 6th Grade

    Tiffany Daniels P'21, P'23
  • 7th Grade

    Natalie Johnson P'22
  • 8th Grade

    Hilary Gewant P'21, P'24
Highlands School, 4901 Old Leeds Road, Birmingham, AL 35213, (205) 956-9731
Highlands School's 'whole child' approach to education and commitment to academic excellence, creative expression, and leadership development prepare and motivate students in grades 4k through 8 to make a positive difference in an ever-changing world. Located in Birmingham, Alabama, Highlands School holds dual accrediation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Associations of Independent Schools (SAIS).

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