School Announcements

  • Senior Class Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Wednesday, February 5th at 1:00 PM in the gym. Remember - this is the ONLY time pictures will be taken of your whole Senior class, so DON'T MISS OUT! You only have one chance to be a part of this special event, so BE THERE on Wednesday, February 5th at 1:00 PM!"

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  • Seniors, an updated scholarship packet is now available in the Counseling Center. This is a very busy time for scholarships and some deadlines are short. There are also several pages of websites attached.

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  • Do you have an LGBTQ+ or immigration experience you want to share? Want to step out of the shadow and have your story be heard? Sign up with Ms. Alvarado, Mrs. Vega, or Ms. Mohammed or at one of the glittery boxed outside their doors.

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  • The National Hispanic Honor Society (NHHS) is here! If you are a student taking Spanish honors or AP Spanish courses and have achieved academic excellence in these courses, this is an opportunity for you. Get involved in service experiences with your community, continue using the Spanish language, and take advantage of unique scholarship opportunities offered to members. *It is not a requirement to identify as Hispanic in order to join the National Hispanic Honor society; membership is based on academic requirements. Please see Mrs. Molina in Room 614 for full application details or for any questions.

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  • All GEAR UP students please turn in your parent survey to the front office or to the GEAR UP office by Friday 1/24. Your survey must be turned in to receive your incentive.

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  • Seniors, If you have not ordered your cap and gown for graduation, please stop by the Counseling Center to pick up a new order form. All seniors need a cap and gown for graduation, so order now before the prices change. All orders must be placed by March 1st.

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  • Students, the Bezos Scholars Program is now open for application. This is a year-long leadership program that gives participants the opportunity to engage with global leaders on an all-expenses paid trip to the Aspen Ideas Festival. Pick up flyers with more information in the counseling center.

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  • Students, a Girl’s Lead the Way conference will be hosted by the Society of Women Engineers at the Colorado School of Mines on February 29th at 9am at the School of Mines in Golden Colorado. The cost is $30 per student. This allows high school girls the opportunity to interact with current Mines students and faculty in a 3-hour long engineering and applied math and/or applied science activities. This event will include a panel where girls will get to hear from department reps about available majors. An optional parent/guardian informational session will be hosted at the school’s financial aid office, as well as an optional campus tour. If you are interested pick up a flyer in the front office.

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    Harrison High School, an International Baccalaureate World School (2018)

    2017 Awarded Silver Medal from US News and World Report

    2016 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2015 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2014 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2014 Awarded Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award from CDE

    2014 Awarded CDE's High School Academic Growth Award

    2013 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    2012 Awarded Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

    Winner of school-wide STEM Grant, (2018) Anti-Bullying Grant (2017), and Legacy Grant (2013)

    Participant in Converge Fellowship Program

    We were one of four schools in the state that was invited to participate in a virtual conference on AP because of our ability to sustain growth over time in the number of passing scores, enrollment, and number of AP offerings.