Highland County Public Schools

Teaching for the Future, Honoring the Past

Teaching for the Future, Honoring the Past

  • Driving Directions

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    From Route 220 North of Monterey:
    Monterey is approximately 22 miles south of Franklin, WV on route 220. You will follow the winding curves of the Potomac River until you drive just inside the state line. Allow 30 minutes for the drive to Monterey. At the intersection of routes 220 and 250, you will turn left and take the first right on to Myers/Moon Road. Highland High School is just ahead on the right. It is a single level building.
    From Route 220 South of Monterey:
    Monterey is approximately 38 miles north of Hot Springs, VA on route 220. A scenic drive of varying vistas is offered as well as a chance to spot one of the many white tail deer who reside in our wonderful county. Allow 40 minutes for the drive to Monterey. At the intersection of routes 220 and 250, you will turn right and take the first right on to Myers/Moon Road. Highland High School is just ahead on the right. It is a single level building.
    From Route 250 East of Monterey:
    Monterey is approximately 50 miles west of Staunton, VA. You will drive over four mountains. Please allow additional time for this, as this is a mountain road and is very curvy. In the daytime, this proves to be a very beautiful scenic drive. At night, be sure to watch for deer and other animals. Highland High School is located off Myers/Moon Road, the first left at the very foot of Jack Mountain. The school is just ahead on the right. It is a single level building.
    From Route 250 West of Monterey:
    Monterey is approximately 40 miles east of Elkins, WV. You will drive over several mountains. Please allow additional time for this, as this is a mountain road and is very curvy. In the daytime, this proves to be a very beautiful scenic drive. At night, be sure to watch for deer and other animals. Highland High School is located off Myers/Moon Road, the first right after passing through the intersection of routes 220 and 250, just at the foot of Jack Mountain. The school is just ahead on the right. It is a single level building.
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