Harborfields High School has been identified by the New York State Education Department as a Reward School for the 2017-18 school year. This honor is awarded to schools with high academic achievement, or those who have been progressing exceptionally without large gaps in student achievement between subgroups.

Harborfields High School, in its third consecutive year of receiving this prestigious honor, was one of only 155 schools throughout the state to receive this award.

“The commitment and dedication to excellence shown throughout the district is astounding. I am extremely proud of Harborfields’ community of administrators, teachers, and students that have devoted themselves to hard work and growth,” said Superintendent Dr. Francesco Ianni, “and I’m thankful for our board of education, whose support is essential in helping us continue to grow.”