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Tuesday July 28, 2015

Harrison High School Class of 2015 Graduates

    Congratulations to the graduates of the Harrison High School Class of 2015 who…

Louis M Klein Eighth Graders Move Up To Harrison High School

    Congratulations to this year’s Louis M. Klein Middle School’s eighth grade class as…

HHS Seniors Lauded at Annual Senior Awards Night

    Seniors from the Harrison High School Class of 2015 received departmental accolades and…

The Harrison High School Underclassmen Scholastic Awards Ceremony

    Harrison High School honored underclassmen in grades 9-11 at the annual Underclassmen Awards…

Harrison High School Seniors Recognized at Annual Athletic Awards

    Congratulations to the Harrison High school seniors who participated in Varsity athletics during…

Harrison High School Implements New Tradition - # HarrisonStrong

    In light of the tragedies that occurred this school year, the faculty and…

Amend the Education Transformation Act: Sign the Petition

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“The Big Read” 2015

With the notion of self-improvement and community building in mind, the English Department at Harrison High School has decided to...


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Harrison High School senior Rose Stokoe was awarded a prestigious Certificate of Merit by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in its 31st Annual Gold Circle Awards. Ms. Stokoe was cited in the category of General or Humor Commentary for news publication for her article #No One Cares in this past year’s Husky Herald.

 

Ms. Stokoe, under the guidance of advisor Gary Glauber, has been writing for the Husky Herald for the past three years. While she has written many articles on a wide-range of topics, she is enjoying the commentary style of writing and hopes to continue contributing to a college newspaper wherever she chooses to attend next fall.

 

Since 1984, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association has recognized outstanding achievement in both verbal and visual categories for newspapers, magazines, and yearbooks. Digital media categories were added in 2009. This year, the Gold Circle Awards attracted 7,128 entries from newspapers and magazines produced by students at colleges, universities, and secondary schools throughout the United States.

 

To read, Ms. Stokoe’s award winning column, please click here.

 

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