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Upper School News
Photos and writing provided by Lisa Barker, Food and Farm Coordinator With the winter almost officially upon us, I’m sure at least some of you are wondering: What exactly happens to the bees in the...
One of the most significant changes in schools in the past ten years has been an increased awareness of student mental health and wellness needs. Harley has long endeavored to promote student...
On a rainy Friday, November 3rd, the Trimester I Rights & Responsibilities class (required for all Grade 9 students) took a trip to downtown Rochester to hear first-hand memories of the July...
A monthly note from Head of School, Larry Frye.
Senior Skye Mossbrook discusses two of his favorite things: mogul skiing and Harley faculty.
Today, there is a growing awareness of the need for children to take risks in play as well as to conduct play in natural settings. Outdoor play and learning have been part of Harley since our very beginning.
The Harley School teaches resilience, conscientiousness, optimism, self-control, and grit—they make a big difference in academic success.
Three of our faculty talk about the ways they encourage risk-taking in students, how they facilitate it, and what it means for their learning.
Parent Council Co-Chair, Diana Palotas, shares tips for parents to prepare for the coming school year.
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