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School Announcements

  • Bell Schedule Changes

    Attention Harrison Panthers: in order to better serve teachers and the student body, Harrison is changing the bell schedule. Starting Monday, October 18th, we will no longer have Panther Success on Tuesdays and Fridays. In addition, passing periods between each class have been increased from 5 minutes to 8 minutes. You can find the new bell schedule here.

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  • World Culture Fair
    Hey Harrison Panthers, on October 22nd Harrison High School will be holding a world culture fair where students will be sharing presentations on the world cultures and countries of their heritage. If you are interested in participating, please sign up with a teacher.

    World Culture Day Flyer

    World Culture Day Flyer (Spanish)

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District Announcements

  • Vanguard Lacrosse Camp for Girls Grades 4-8
    October 18 - 21
    Sign up Now - Click here for details.
    Registration Form Link

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  • Upcoming Care and Share Free Food Distribution at Sierra High School, 2250 Jet Wing Drive. Distribution starts at 11:30 am:
    Thursday, Oct. 21

    Additional Food Distribution is available at CommUNITY Pantry, click here for more info.

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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.