High Desert Premier Academy
21st Century School, for 21st Century Learners!
High Desert Premier Academy, with the combined efforts of parents, teachers, students, and the Apple Valley community, will create learning environments which will empower students to become self-directed learners, critical thinkers, and effective communicators, who apply their learning and skills beyond High School. As outlined by California State Standards, we will train our students to communicate and collaborate across 21st century information, sources, and technologies responsibly, and be productive contributing members of their communities.
“Through diversified education, High Desert Premier Academy is to be the cornerstone which empowers the lives of our students, parents, and community. From cradle to career, students are nurtured to maximize their potential; we prepare them to learn and apply 21st Century and globally competitive skills with integrity, which produce lifelong learners, future leaders and productive members of society.”
Who We Are
High Desert Premier Academy is an Alternative School of Choice serving grades K-12. The school is a Support System for families that provides curriculum, teaching strategies, materials, learning communities, learning environments, assessment opportunities and social interactions as they continue to teach their children after the first 5!
posted Jan 11, 2017, 10:40 AM by Sonia Malley
Granite Hills will be having their winter formal on January 20 at Sunset Hills Memorial Park from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. HDPA students have been invited to join them.
The cost for non-cougars is $35.00 and tickets need to be purchased by Friday, January 13.
posted Jan 11, 2017, 9:38 AM by Sonia Malley
February 9, 2017 All day in the Multi-purpose Room
All seniors and students who will be graduating in May, please come to the MPR on February 9th to take a Cap and Gown photo. Photos will be sent to you electronically so that you can print copies. This is the only day we will be taking photos so please plan to attend.
posted Jan 11, 2017, 9:36 AM by Sonia Malley
Saturday, January 21, 2017. 9am to 11am
In September, we adopted a one mile section of Navajo Road between Nisqually and Bear Valley. Our commitment requires us to clean the street 4 times per year. We will meet at the corner of Nisqually and Navajo and work our way toward Bear Valley Road.
If you would like to participate, please pick up a waiver form from the office.
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