The mission of Harrison High School is to provide programs that develop knowledge and skills for success and deliver these programs in a climate that fosters academic achievement and personal growth.
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MILLION FATHER MARCH
Join fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other male role models across the country in bringing your student to school on Tuesday, August 12th. Join us in getting your student off to a great start for the new school year!
AP Enrollment Soars!
Next year, HHS has over 490 students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes, as compared to 197 this year! In addition, we have increased our AP offerings with the addition of three more classes (AP Chemistry, AP Spanish, and AP Studio Art) as well as increasing the number of sections within all other AP classes. Super work HHS AP teachers and students!
HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
2013-2014 POSITIONING STATEMENT
In a safe, nurturing environment, Harrison High School will provide the highest quality education for our students through rigorous coursework, access to college and career options, and postsecondary-focused mentoring practices.
Harrison High School Vision, Destination 2017
90% of our students will graduate from high school on time.
70% of the students graduating will be considered college and career-ready by Year 2017.
70% of our students will enter college, a trade school or military directly from high school.
Congratulations to our AFJROTC Cadets on their Successful State JROTC Drill Meet!
We had an incredible performance by our Drill Team at Air Academy HS on February 15. Our team placed second overall out of 11 high schools. Both our regulation unarmed drill team, commanded by Jordyn Tuiasosopo and our Color Guard team, commanded by Randy Keller brought home trophies. The final event of every drill meet is an individual cadet drill down where all 350+ cadets compete. Triumphantly, the final two cadets "left standing" were ours.....Audri Alvarado and Randy Keller. Thank you to Col Hinson and SMSgt Reyes for their unwavering dedication in leading the JROTC program.
Colorado Schools Report Card
The Colorado Report Card was generated in 2010 in an effort to inform parents about how schools are performing across the state. As you know, Colorado is a 'choice' state; therefore many parents refer to this report when making decisions about where to send their kids to school. The information is generated from CDE's School Performance Frameworks. We are excited to see the growth that has taken place at HHS over the past four years.
2010 - 250 out of approximately 425 schools
2011 - 196 out of approximately 425 schools
2012 - 159 out of approximately 425 schools
2013 - 59 out of 429 schools
Our grade is now a B!
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