Harbor High School

Harbor High School provides an opportunity for students to continue their education in a smaller, less traditional program. This alternative high school program is designed to accommodate 130 students between the ages of 16 and 19 who are residents of the Huron Valley School district. This program is designed for students who have not been successful in the traditional high school setting, but still desire to complete high school and obtain their diploma.

The Harbor staff consists of 7 certified teachers, a teacher consultant, and a part-time social worker. The curriculum includes all core academics, as well as specialized classes in the areas of computer technology, careers, and art.

Office Hours 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
School Hours 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Contact Information

Susan Gallagher
Director of Adult & Alternative Education Programs
248.676.8421
Renetta Hiter
Records Secretary
248.676.8421

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Grants Funding Arts at Harbor High School!!!

Jared Lawson, art teacher at Harbor High School, has begun his first year teaching focusing on what truly matters in education: relationships. By building relationships with his students, school and community, he is creating a collaborative learning environment for all who step foot in his room. His efforts have been noticed and relationships forged bringing in new partners and old.

The HVS Fund Development Office, headed by Chris Ceresa, awarded a grant to support the increased development of a ceramics and pottery program at Harbor. These funds will pay for a new pottery wheel, glazes and supplies further broadening Harbor’s curriculum offerings and the creative potential of its students. 

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Order Your Harbor Gear!!

Click the link below to order your Harbor Gear. Hoodies and T-shirts are available to purchase!

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