Spring of 1960 – First Harley Alumni Cup awarded
September 1961 – Alexander Russell announces a gift of $200,000 to the school, Harley is joined with Allendale School and Columbia School to form the Rochester Council of Independent Schools and launches a capital drive for $475,000
June 1962 – Cornerstone is laid for the Russell Building which contained the library, classrooms, and laboratories. The ground floor was equipped as a fall-out shelter.
September 1962 – Russell Building opens
June 1963 –Stephen Hinrichs is named headmaster
Summer 1964 – First Harley Record magazine
September 1964 – Trimester plan begins
Spring 1966 – Stage addition built on the south end of the gymnasium/auditorium
February 1967 – Capital fund drive launched to raise $1.5 million for new buildings
Spring 1967 – Booklet, “An Experience of Worth,” published for the school’s 50th year
September 1968 – New buildings: Richard U. Wilson building (addition to the Russell Library), Beckerman Center, and West Wing (math, French, and science classrooms). Barn building now houses only offices and art room.
Spring 1968 – First Ralph S. McKee Athletic Trophy awarded
September 1969 – Field House and pool open and Tennis and Swim Association form