Harrison Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Harrison, NY. It has 3,512 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 73% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Harrison Central School District
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Harrison Central School District Reviews
The Harrison Central School District is very open to all students, and have classes suited for all students too. Very generous with materials students need and want to see them succeed!
Harrison Central School District is a great place to look for education. The best part about Harrison schools is that they offer you guidance through difficult times, there is a strong community, there is academic competitiveness however each student can move comfortably at their own pace. Harrison High School is the school of opportunity because regardless of what a student is interested in they can find an opportunity to get involved in extracurricular activities that appeal to them. The student body is extremely accepting and has days to support LGBTQ rights, raise awareness for illnesses and diseases, and just recently Harrison High School has teamed up with Relay for Life. Every aspect of the Harrison Central School District is balanced out and it is full of opportunities, students must simply reach out and take a risk.
Harrison Central School District is a rather affluent school district with high standards for each and every student. The teachers' were incredibly devoted to their classroom. The student body is somewhat diverse but tend to be very much into "cliques". The overall experience was average. School promotes the athletic program which is high ranking within the state. As a student if you are not an athlete, you tend to be slightly overlooked.