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Harmony Public Schools has served the Dallas | Fort Worth area since 2004. Our mission is to prepare students for higher learning in a safe, caring, and collaborative atmosphere through a quality, learner-centered educational program with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math.

Each person there puts children first and all absolutely deserve their awards. I think Harmony Public Schools are fantastic. They support my children, so in return, I support them.

Teresa Cook, HSI-Garland   Teresa Cook was the only individual to represent a charter school at the 2017 Heroes for Children Awards.
Extracurriculars include 2 Science Olympiad team and Math League Competition Teams
Sports include
Soccer
Basketball
Volleyball
Baseball
Track
2
PLTW
Certified Campuses
$25K grant awarded to Harmony School of Innovation - Garland through Educate Texas
$25K grant awarded to Harmony Science Academy - Carrollton through Educate Texas

Superintendent's Message

District Office

12005 Forestgate Dr
Suite 110
Dallas, TX 75243

(214) 570-1606

Welcome to Harmony Public Schools’ Dallas | Fort Worth District!

The DFW Metroplex is a great place to live and learn. At Harmony Public Schools, we incorporate an engaging learner-centered environment with hands-on curriculum to provide students a solid academic foundation. By providing opportunities to learn from and collaborate with DFW industry leaders in our community, Harmony students are better able to master academic concepts and develop problem solving skills that will set them up for success both in academics and life.

Harmony Public Schools DFW currently serves almost 10,000 PK-12th grade students across seventeen public school campuses in eight cities including: Dallas, Garland, Carrollton, Plano, Euless, Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, and Waco.

As a college preparatory school, Harmony takes pride in providing a rigorous STEM curriculum that successfully prepares students for the challenges of higher education. With a 100% college acceptance rate, and a 98.9% graduation rate, Harmony is your best choice if Excellence is your Standard.

Yours in Education,

Mr. Harun Karan
Dallas | Fort Worth Area Superintendent
Harmony Public Schools

2018 - 2019 Student Handbook



District Information

Two Harmony Public School students hugging and smiling

Harmony Public Schools has served the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 2004. Our mission is to prepare students for higher learning in a safe, caring, and collaborative atmosphere through a quality, learner-centered educational program with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math.

“Harmony Science Academy has given my children an enriched academic environment and structure that has encouraged their growth and maturity.” – Tim and Kathy, Harmony Parents

Facts & Features

  • Serving K-12th grade students
  • 16 campuses in eight cities including Dallas, Garland, Carrollton, Plano, Euless, Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, and Waco.
  • Current enrollment 9,854 students
  • 462 seniors in 2017
  • 59% of students on free and reduced lunches
  • 16 AP courses and 5 dual credit courses

Academics

laughing Charter School students working on computers.

Students learn at their own pace, providing a challenging environment at every stage of learning. Every course is designed to engage students and empower them with the skills needed in a rapidly changing world. All students have the support and encouragement they need through one-on-one, dedicated mentors.

Highlights

Harmony Public School students smiling while working on a laptop.

  • Extracurriculars include 2 Science Olympiad team and Math League Competition Teams
  • Sports include Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball, and Track
  • 2 PLTW Certified Campuses
  • $25K grant awarded to Harmony School of Innovation Garland through Educate Texas
  • $25K grant awarded to Harmony Science Academy Carrollton through Educate Texas

Press Releases

District Newsletters

Harmony Making History

Dallas/Fort Worth Area Campuses

 
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