Website Matures, Gets All Stylish For High School
Check out Highland Park High School’s new website design. It includes a bunch of rotating photos — some quite nostalgic, and many shot by student photographers — and it’ll work well on your smartphone, says a press release. Worth a stolen glance during class, perhaps?
5 thoughts on “Website Matures, Gets All Stylish For High School”
Yea but where are the teacher bios and nifty links to who teaches what? Not very updated IMO has less info than ever
Just more spam for my inbox, IMHO
You’d think they would have put in some effort to select pictures for the right hand side that were actually pictures taken at HPHS, and not cheap stock photography of students in environments that do not exist within the school building.
While the site is much better, it is still not very logical in the set-up of tabs, etc. I noticed an area not linked. I would like a tab or button or something on the front to take me directly to the Academic Planning Guide (APG) and the Kilte. (Why do I need a log in for the Kilte? Do I have to set up something new?) I’m curious how the layout was decided. Was there a parent/student/teacher/administration committee to discuss the options? I’m with ’11 Graduate. There are no current actual pictures of HPHS. Sounds pretty basic to me. Again, much better, but still a few snags to work out.
Oh, and have you seen the fabulous new web site for the Highlander Band? Scott Peck designed, yours truly the humble content updater. Feel free to send ideas to me! Content is still being added and updated daily. It’s only our second week after “going live.”
Check out the information about our upcoming BBQ with the Band and “Out of the Blue” Blue Out night on November 4th. (Sly little plug there, ehh?)
~Susan Sommers, Highlander Band publicity and web site coordinator (Send comments via the Contact Us tab at the top of the Band web site.)