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At Harmony Academy, we are committed to providing a wide range of resources to support the holistic development of our students and foster meaningful engagement with parents. Our goal is to ensure that all students have access to the necessary tools, programs, and support systems to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. From qualified and dedicated instructors to extracurricular opportunities, counseling services, and academic support programs, we prioritize the provision of resources that promote growth, well-being, and success for all.

Our Instructors:


Qualifications: Instructors are required to have a  bachelor's degree in education, and preferably a master's degree. They should also have training or experience in culturally responsive teaching and social-emotional. learning.


Instructors have significant autonomy in creating curricula that align with state standards and the school's mission. Teachers, administrators, parents, and even students have a voice in decision-making processes.


Approach to Teaching: We expect our instructors to believe in the potential of every student and to approach teaching with a growth mindset. They should be committed to fostering an inclusive, supportive learning environment that respects and values diversity.


Assessment of Instructors: Assessment would be holistic, including peer reviews, student feedback, classroom observations, and review of student performance and growth.

Extracurriculars/Special Projects:

  • After-school Clubs: Clubs catering to diverse interests such as arts, technology, sports, environmental science, and more. These clubs provide opportunities for students to pursue their passions and develop new skills.

  • Community Service Projects: Projects such as local park clean-ups, volunteering at food banks, or tutoring younger students can foster a sense of civic responsibility.

  • Partnerships with Local Businesses: Businesses can provide internships, job shadowing opportunities, and workshops on various career paths.

  • Parent-Teacher-Student Association:
    An association to foster collaboration and communication between parents, teachers, and students, promoting a community feeling.

Advising & Counseling Opportunities

Academic Support Programs: Programs like peer tutoring, study groups, and after-school homework help would be available to support students academically.

College & Career Counseling: Guidance on college applications, financial aid, career paths, and vocational training would be provided, possibly through partnerships with local colleges and businesses.

Counseling: We would have a dedicated counselor available to address students' mental health needs, with an emphasis on proactive and preventive measures. For budget reasons, we would also seek partnerships with local mental health organizations and universities.

Restorative Justice Program: To dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, we would implement a restorative justice program, emphasizing conflict resolution and rehabilitation over punitive discipline.

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