Harbor High School
Harbor High School provides an alternative high school setting for students to continue their education in a smaller, less traditional program. Based on a small learning environment model, this program is designed to accommodate 135 students. The building functions as a close-knit community with many supports and interventions to bolster student growth and achievement.
Harbor High School 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 eight certified teachers, a teacher consultant, a social worker, and a psychologist with supporting staff. 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.
Brian Dawson, HHS and WLMS Social Worker, was recognized on March 15th at Oakland Schools for Michigan Association of School Social Workers, School Social Worker of the Year for Region F.
Brian Dawson is a true representative of his profession. He has been a practicing school social worker for more than 18 years. His career has taken to him to Children’s Village, Highland Middle School, White Lake Middle, and Harbor High School. Despite the size of the students or the scale of the situations, Brian handles each and every challenge with humor, humility, and heart. We are lucky to have him.
One more drum roll, please! Harbor High School teacher Kim Behen is Huron Valley Schools’ High School Teacher of the Year!
Kim works tirelessly teaching a variety of CTE classes and has been an active and consistent role model for Harbor students for the past 18 years. She has the incredible ability to work through life’s difficult moments with genuine heart, building strong and lasting connections with her students. Without these relationships and a relentless passion for what she does, countless Harbor High students may have slipped by without success. Instead, they graduate motivated to succeed.
Congratulations, Kim, and thanks for all you do. #HVSProud