Harlan families, please join the counseling department in a fun night of learning about the five love languages and painting with your teen. This event will be held April 26, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Harlan Cafeteria. Please RSVP to reserve your spot!
AP Test Registration is underway. We highly encourage all AP and AP/Dual students to register for their exams through the link below. The link will facilitate exam enrollment and payment to ease the process Harlan AP Registration Site. The deadline to register and pay for exams is March 7th. If you would like to receive additional reminders please follow us through Remind by texting to 81010 with the message @APHarlan. In addition please visit our home page. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Jeanette Figueroa, our AP coordinator on campus via email or dial 210-398-2239. If you are interested in downloading the printable flyer for the information listed above please select the attachment below.
Thank you and have a great day.
This is Robert Harris, Principal of Harlan High School with a follow up from the social media posts that were made yesterday. First and foremost, we take all potential threats seriously. We immediately alerted District, Local and Federal law enforcement agencies concerning the post. They have made contact with the individuals behind the posts and determined that they are not credible threats. The Harlan campus is safe for students. Please contact campus administration if you have additional questions.
Good evening Parents, this is Robert Harris, Principal at Harlan High School.
I am aware of a social media post circulating of an alleged threat to Harlan High School. At this time, we do not believe this threat to be credible.
However, Northside takes such posts very seriously and Northside ISD police are actively following up on the matter.
The safety of your child is our primary concern.
John Marshall Harlan High School, the District’s 11th comprehensive high school, will open in August 2017 and is being built with funds from the voter-approved School Bond 2014.