College Ready

Founding members of Harmony Public Schools believe that excelling in math and science prepares youth to succeed in college, the workplace, and the 21st century. Harmony schools demonstrate that, with a high-quality program and the right social and emotional supports in place, all students, regardless of racial or economic background, can achieve outstanding results.

At Harmony, students are expected to master their subjects, and every Harmony student graduates college-ready. Our high school program is designed to provide each student with the essential elements of a college prep education, along with opportunities to engage in the exploration of intense study within particular fields of interest.

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General Information

Please read this document for general information about the system. You can find the detailed sections on the other documents.

High School Graduation Requirements

In order for a student to graduate from Harmony Public Schools, the student must fulfill:
1. HPS High School Credit Requirement
2. Passing Score on Texas State Assessments (STAAR)
3. Admission by a 4-Year College
4. Minimum 100 Community Service Hours

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Advanced Placement

HPS supports any student who wants to accept the challenges of an advanced class. The opportunity to be in Advanced Placement (AP) classes’ carries with it certain assumptions about the capabilities and maturity of students completing the college level work that AP courses represent. AP coursework requires students to engage in more independent analytical reading, academic discourse, and writing assignments, both inside and outside the classroom.

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Dual Credit Program

Dual credit is a process through which a student may earn high school credit for successfully completing a college course that provides advanced academic instruction beyond, or in greater depth than, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for a corresponding high school course. The “dual credit” earned is college credit and high school credit for one course.

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College Counseling

College and Career Readiness is an integral part of the total experience of Harmony Public Schools. Harmony Public School College and Career advising framework, adapted from the National Office for School Counselor Advocacy (NOSCA) national model, is written to reflect a comprehensive approach to the eight components of College and Career Readiness.

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Course Descriptions