ARE YOU 16-21 AND COMMITTED TO GETTING BACK ON TRACK IN SCHOOL?
OUR SCHOOL OFFERS:
- LEVEL UP- CAREER AND LIFE COUNSELING
- LYFE PROGRAM- CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE
- PM CLASSES
- ROBOTICS CLUB
- GARDEN AND GREENHOUSE
- IMMUNIZATION RECORD
- PROOF OF ADDRESS
- CURRENT H.S. TRANSCRIPT
- IEP (IF APPLICABLE)
March 30th’, 2023 Visit to Co-op Tech
At HRHS, our mission as a team is to enable students who are over-aged and under-credited, who often lack the confidence and skills to compete in traditional settings. Our goal is to provide students with resources and supports to become successful and collaborative problem solvers, equipping them to address real-world complexities with integrity and accountability to create pathways for their own success.
March 16, 2023
April 6-14, 2023
Civil Service Career Fair
ZULU AFRICAN ACROBATS @HRHS
College Fair @12pm-2pm
Parent Teacher Conference 4-6:30pm
Parent Teacher Conference 1-3:00pm
Winter Trip (TBA)
Women’s History Month Celebration
EId al-Fitr NO SCHOOL
Cinco De Mayo Celebration
Evening Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences
Chancellor’s Conference day NO SCHOOL
HRHS JOINS UA GLOBAL COMMERCE TO COMPETE IN URBAN ASSEMBLY BASKETBALL LEAGUE
UA BASKETBALL GAME DATES MARCH 4,2023- JUNE 10,2023
This year HRHS has joined UA Global Commerce H.S. to form the UA Global Commerce Basketball Team. There are twelve teams in the league and they are getting ready to fight for the championship in June, so get ready for some great games. Check out the schedule below and come support our HRHS/GLOBAL COMMERCE TEAM!!! Go Harlem Renaissance! For more information please see Mr.Gray and click the Game dates link below for the current schedule.
SHAPING HER EARTH (S.H.E.)
coming to Harlem Renaissance
on MARCH 24th @10:00am in Rm406
SHE is a non-profit, social impact organization that celebrates, embraces and empowers young women of color. We believe every girl has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. However not every girl is given a fair shot to activate her limitless potential. This is especially true for young women of color. Through mentorship, public service, enrichment programs, and personal development retreats, SHE creates a community and safe space for all young women to amplify their authentic voices, grow and contribute their talents, and powerfully transform their lives and communities.
Sullivan County Community College visits HRHS and conditionally accepts students!
Sullivan County Comunity College visited our school this week to introduce our students to the associates degree programs they offer such as Business, Computer Science and Digital Technology. Students would reside on campus which is located in Loch Sheldrake NY. The school interviewed and accepted 10 of our students. Upon graduating these students are eligible to attend this school and pursue a degree in any of several majors. Congratulations HRHS Seniors!
MONROE COLLEGE VISITS HRHS
Monroe College representatives visited HRHS to speak to prospective students about admission requirements, financial aid and college majors available at the school. Many students attended the presentation and are considering the opportunities at Monroe College.
HRHS HONOR ROLL
The first Honor Roll Assembly of the year took place at Harlem Renaissance last week. We honored students that are excelling in their classes, and those that are achieving perfect attendance. We hope to motivate others to be part of our honor roll! Congratulations Harlem Renaissance Honor Roll Students. Keep up the good work!
This year’s Halloween Celebration was filled with good food and even better costumes. Students and staff joined together for pie eating contests, the “make your own mummy race” and honey bun bobbing as well! Everyone enjoyed themselves and had a chance to meet new students that have recently joined our HRHS community.
Urban Farm Edible Education Trip October 13th with Mr. Gray
The Urban Farm Edible Education Program offers a formal opportunity for local K – 12 students, prioritizing public schools in neighboring East Harlem and the South Bronx, to engage in topics not often addressed in school: their food, how it is grown, and how it contributes to their health and well-being, as well as to their communities and the greater food system.
RED RIBBON WEEK
Enrique “Kiki” Camarena was a Drug Enforcement Administration Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico in 1985. In honor of Kiki’s memory and his battle against illegal drugs, friends and neighbors began to wear red badges of satin. Parents then began to form coalitions using Camarena as their model while embracing his belief that one person can make a difference. These coalitions adopted the symbol of Camarena’s memory, the Red Ribbon. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities.
MJ The Musical
The students were accompanied by Ms. Osorio, Ms. George and Mr.Hyde.