HHS Named a ‘Reward School’ by NYSED

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The New York State Education Department has named Harborfields High School to its distinguished list of Reward Schools for the 2016-17 school year.

This status is bestowed upon schools that have made the most progress and/or those that have the highest achievement in the state without significant gaps in student achievement between subgroups. In result of their academic performance for the 2014-15 school year, only 220 schools throughout New York State were granted this honor.

“I am extremely proud of the hard work and dedication shown by all our administrators, teachers and students,” Superintendent of Schools Diana Todaro said. “Through the collaborative efforts of our students and staff and the ongoing support from our community, our schools continue to earn prestigious recognitions. For Harborfields High School to be named as a Reward School by the state is a testament to our school community’s dedication and continued growth.”