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.
Harbor High School student volunteers finished the final edits and additions to this year's Harbor Ink publication, the school's creative writing and art magazine, and submitted it for production. This year marks the 5th anniversary of its creation. The publication is filled with reflections of our students lives: moving stories of triumph, love, and loss, poems, and creative works of art spanning multiple mediums. Its stories and art represent a cross section of our students’ experiences overcoming life’s many obstacles on their way towards the graduation stage. Harbor Ink copies can be purchased online at www.hhsyearbook.picaboo.com
Harbor High School is starting an Alateen group, also known as a concerned citizens group, beginning next week. With the generous support of a local Alateen sponsor and organizer, we will be able to reach out and help struggling students. The group will strive to offer supports, counsel, and tools to help manage living and caring for people who have addictions and the conflicts that arise because of them. We are one Harbor family, and we are excited to be able to offer this additional support for our students and by extension their families, friends, and neighbors.