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Summer STEM Camp at UT Dallas for current 9th, 10th and 11th grade students

Dear students and families,

There is an excellent Residential STEM Camp opportunity for our high school students. Harmony is partnering with UT Dallas to offer STEM Camp at UTD campus. Dates are May29th thru June 2nd for girls and June 3rd thru June 7th for boys. Students stay at UTD's new residence halls.

Students have morning and afternoon lessons in 3D Animations using Alice, Introductory GameMaker, Java Programming, Embedded Projects with Arduino Kit, Cyber Security, SAT/PSAT Prep, Drawings using JavaScript, Mobile Apps using MIT App Inventor, C++ Programming and Hands-on with Robots.

Program will also include college info sessions and physical activities at UTD's Recreational center. Cost is $300 and $100 deposit and permission form is due May 5th to front office. Contact Mr. Avci at oavci@harmonytx.org for questions. For more details read more . . .


Parent Nights for 8th, 9th and 11th grades

Dear families, We are hosting informational parent nights for 8th, 9th and 11th grade students and parents on the following dates. Presentation topics will be about high school programs, academics, graduation requirements, college planning, and etc. Please click on the links next to them to sign up. Hope to see you all there.

8th Grade Parent Night- Thursday April 16th at 6:00pm

Freshman Parent Night- Monday April 20th at 6:00 pm

Junior Parent Night- Wednesday April 29th at 6:00 pm


Success at Texas Science and Engineering Fair

Congratulations to Emma Allen, Thomas Holt, Kafi Campbell, Isabella Solis, Jude Dino, Alyssa-Skye Moreno, Elisa McRae, Laureen Marcelino, Afeefah Khazi-Syed and Nicholas Malone for participating at Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio. And huge congratulations to Kafi Campbell for 1st Place - Junior Division Life Sciences: Environmental Sciences/Analysis


Boost Up Your Community Service Hours! x2VOL

Partnering with Naviance, x2VOL is an incredibly helpful tool to search for community service opportunities and record the hours in the system. HSI-FW students are highly encouraged to use x2VOL to track their community service hours. Click on the link below for detailed descriptions read more . . .


Harmony Students Impress with Advanced STEM Research Projects at H-SEF

On March 6-7, 2015, the first Harmony Science & Engineering Fair (H-SEF) was held at HPS central office gymnasium and multi-purpose hall in Houston, TX. We had 91 students and 74 projects representing Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana at the event. H-SEF received around 600 project submissions and only invited top 75 among them.
Five of our students were invited to HSEF and all of them received an awards.

Ruhani Ahluwalia received Gold Medal
Ladd Barrett received Silver Medal
Michael Clark, Jr received Bronze Medal
Alyssa-Skye Moreno received Honorable Mention
Jude Dino received Honorable Mention

Congratulations!


2015-16 School Calendar


2015-16 School Calendar


Great Success at the Regional Science and Engineering Fair



Great job to all the Middle and High School students who participated in the Ft. Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair on February 22nd. Ten of our students qualified for the State Science Fair in San Antonio. A special congratulation to the following award winners:

Click here for list of winner


Dr. Sahin, of Harmony's research department has announced a new book focused on Harmony's approach to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education, is now available for purchase. The book is titled STEM Students on the Stage (SOS).

The STEM S.O.S. model is a rigorous interdisciplinary STEM teaching approach that is teacher facilitated, student-centered and directed through sequenced set of student projects. In contrast to the other PBL models in the market, this model is standards-focused and substantial part of PBL completion takes place out of classroom in a digital environment. The book provides insight into Harmony's practices. It also shares data with the education community on how this approach has impacted students.


National Merit Finalists

Congratulations to our National Merit Finalists Terrence S., Milad N., Thomas S., and William G. Way to go Class of 2015!


Inlcement Weather Make-up Days

We will have school on April 3rd and May 25th, 2015 to make up for our inclement weather days.


FTC Team Success

Harmony School of Innovation Fort Worth’s FTC team, Synergy, competed in the UT Arlington Regional Championship and successfully advanced to the South Super-Regionals competition that will be held in San Antonio, TX on March 11-13th. Over 72 teams will be competing, spanning from Texas to Florida!

We wish all the best to our young engineers.


HSI Success at National History Day Fair

Harmony School of Innovation- Fort Worth did well in our first regional history fair. The top 2 in each category advanced to the state championships in Austin, TX on May 1st and 2nd. Below are the names of the students that advanced to the state competition in May:

1) Robert Kremer & Robert Barrett- "The Life and Legacy of Mel Fisher" exhibit, Junior Division (6-8th grade)

2) Priscilla Garcia, Surriya Hatam, Jacob Carillo- "The Life and Legacy of Julius Caesar" group performance, Senior Division (9-12th grade).

Below are the students who medaled:

1) Amar Sharma- 6th place..."The Life and Legacy of Julius Caesar" exhibit, Junior Division (6-8th grade).

2) Kamrynn Crenshaw + 3 other students- 3rd place..."Four Mothers: The Leaders of the Women's Rights Movement" group performance, Senior Division (9-12th Grade).


FIRST Tech Challenge Team Synergy

On Saturday January 10th, our High school FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team Synergy participated at Qualifier tournament at Central Texas College in Killeen and made outstanding performance. They made all the way to finals and won the final match. They were also awarded with the most prestigious award of Inspire Award and earned a ticket to next round to North Texas Championship at UT Arlington on February 14th. Congratulations on their achievement and best luck for upcoming competitions.


Bilingual and ESL Teachers Needed

Harmony School of Innovation is seeking dedicated Bilingual and ESL teachers. Bachelor’s degree in a directly related field and Texas teacher certification are required. Please click here to apply.


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