Harmony School of Science - Houston is a highly rated, public school district located in Houston, TX. It has 3,074 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 90% of students are at least proficient in math and 89% in reading.
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Harmony School of Science - Houston Reviews
I thoroughly enjoy my experience going to this school, and I'm very happy that I was selected in the lottery, as I feel that not many other schools could educate me and raise me academically in the same cultural environment that Harmony presents. The academics are strong, the cubs are very education-oriented, and the small setting is perfect for students looking for close connections with their teachers. However, there's a high teacher turnover rate, and sometimes language barriers can prove to be a complication in the classroom. Otherwise, HSS is an excellent school, and I'm proud to be a HSS student!
This is over Harmony school of innovation-Sugarland so you don't get confused with the other innovation. This school has a huge hold on discipline and also their guidance is absolutely the best. I know what counselors are like in public schools and they usually just let the student pick their courses but here in harmony the counselor actually gets to know the student and sees what is best for each individual student to reach success. There are so many opportunities that other schools just can't provide. We also have about 20 AP courses you can take while other schools have like 5. You can also take dual credits here that wouldn't be easily accessible in other school. Overall, Harmony is your best bet.
The teaching staff and administration at Harmony School of Science-High take academics very seriously. The school has many programs and clubs encouraging students to develop their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). I am currently a sophomore at the University of Houston majoring in biochemistry and my goal is to enter medical school to become a primary care physician. My current academic success in college as well as the vast amount of medical knowledge I had acquired can only be accredited to Harmony. The school also enables many students to pursue any non-STEM careers that they desire as well. Art festivals are held with students' works to cultivate the talents of our fine art students. Non-Stem professional workers such as lawyers and entrepreneurs are invited to the school's liberal arts clubs to give talks about their profession and further educate students. I as well as many of my fellow alumni can proudly call ourselves harmony graduates.