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The 2021-22 School Budget was developed to address the challenges our students faced over these difficult months, and to create opportunities for them to thrive in the coming school year. The District’s core values, equity, access, rigor, adaptability, celebrate the unique qualities and abilities of each student and are the foundation of our school budget

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95%

HHS students in the graduating class of 2019 enrolled in one or more AP or IB course

91%

Varsity sports teams have achieved New York Scholar-Athlete designation for the past 5 years, representing both academic and athletic excellence

99%

2019 HHS graduates were admitted to institutions of higher learning, with 93% of students being admitted to 4-year institutions

Top 2%

Harrison High School is consistently 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 and World Report

95%

8th grade students in 2019 earned Regents credit on the Integrated Algebra Regents exam, and 55% scored at the mastery level

90

Harrison students have been recognized as All-County Musicians
 

96%

Graduation rate of students with disabilities in 2018, an increase from 79% in 2015