The Harrison Central School District has developed its reopening plan to ensure the safe return of students, faculty, and staff when schools reopen in September. The plan contains the three different return to learning models, and procedures and protocols for the safe reopening of schools, as required by the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department.
The Harrison Central School District has developed a set of subject specific resources to support all students during the summer months. These resources provide a brief overview of our K-12 courses by grade and subject area affording students the opportunity to become familiar with the content through independent study during the summer break.
The June edition of Highlights is available for download. Enjoy the many opportunities to share in the experiences of our amazing students as scholars, writers, artists, and athletes.
The Harrison Central School District has created a Coronavirus webpage of resources and information for parents. The Distirct will continue to monitor guidance from the CDC, the Department of Health and the State Education Department and will update this webpage as information becomes available.
HHS students in the graduating class of 2019 enrolled in one or more AP or IB course
Varsity sports teams have achieved New York Scholar-Athlete designation for the past 5 years, representing both academic and athletic excellence
2019 HHS graduates were admitted to institutions of higher learning, with 93% of students admitted to 4-year institutions
HHS is ranked among America’s Most Challenging High Schools by The Washington Post, recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s top high school’s, and ranked in the top 2% of schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
8th grade students who took the Algebra I Regents exam in 2019 earned Regents credit, and 57% scored at the mastery level with a score of 85 or higher
Harrison K-12 students are enrolled in at least one art class
Over the past three years, 95% of students with disabilities with a four-year graduation plan graduated on time