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District Notices

Changes to COVID-19 Isolation & Quarantine

Today, January 11, 2022, the Westchester County Department of Health adopted the updated  New York State Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control’s recommendation to shorten the duration of isolation and quarantine. Please carefully read the entire message, which outlines the most recent guidance.

Read the entire message

The Week Ahead

Students, faculty, and staff made it through a challenging but rewarding first school day of 2022. My note this evening is to share that our schools will remain open. Today, 103 faculty and staff, including 59 teachers (15% of total faculty), were ill or tending to a family member. While schools will remain in session, many experiences will be impacted; we are doing our best to make school meaningful for your children.

January 3rd: The Week Ahead

January 2nd: Update

January 1st: Update on COVID-19 Protocols

The Westchester County Department of Health granted approval for the Harrison Central School District to implement a Test to Stay Program, starting December 20, 2021. We are pleased our advocacy efforts helped to expedite approval of this program to ensure students remain in school for in-person learning. 

The HCSD TTS webpage provides an overview of the program requirements and responsibilities for parents and students. 

Upcoming Events



HHS students in the graduating class of 2019 enrolled in one or more AP or IB course


Varsity sports teams have achieved New York Scholar-Athlete designation for the past 5 years, representing both academic and athletic excellence


2019 HHS graduates were admitted to institutions of higher learning, with 93% of students admitted to 4-year institutions

Top 2%

Harrison High School is consistently ranked among America’s Most Challenging High Schools by The Washington Post, recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s top high school’s, and ranked in the top 2% of schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report


8th grade students who took the Algebra I Regents exam in 2019 earned Regents credit, and 57% scored at the mastery level with a score of 85 or higher


Harrison students have been recognized as All-County Musicians


Over the past three years, 95% of students with disabilities with a four-year graduation plan graduated on time