Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships
Reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic may be the traditional “3 R’s of many school systems, but Harmony has developed and adopted its own version of the 3Rs to set higher goals for our students.
Prepares students for college
Reinforces math and science skills
Relationships, reinforced by teachers and parents
How we do it
The success of our students at Harmony is based on a program emphasizing academic excellence while motivating student achievement.
Harmony Curriculum is built using the “Backward Design” model and is aligned with Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) standards.
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What does "STEM-FOCUSED" mean?
Learners decide what activities or processes to perform. They collect information from a variety of sources, and then analyze, synthesize, and derive understanding from it. Harmony developed a standards-aligned, cross-disciplinary, multi-sensory model called STEM Students on the Stage (STEM SOS) that integrates three core subject areas: a STEM subject, social studies, and English language arts. The cross-curricular connections and hands-on learning deepen students’ understanding of topics they choose while allowing teachers to more actively engage their students in new ways of learning.
- A strong culture of collaboration, demonstrated by the “can do,” passionate attitude of its staff.
- A distributed leadership model that enables deep consistency and fidelity to the school model, as well as quick and effective decision-making.
Collaborative and responsive regional clusters, led by:
- Cluster superintendents, who manage day-to-day cluster-wide responsibilities
- Knowledge leaders, such as principals and assistant principals working within clusters, who ensure consistency with the school model while developing school- or cluster-specific best practices
- Engage our students in research projects in collaboration with college-level engineers and scientists
- Expose our students to the collegiate environment
- Provide professional development to teachers
- Empower our students with college credit options