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Harvey Public Schools (http://www.harvey.k12.nd.us)
The Harvey Public School District is proud to be leader in central North Dakota providing quality educational programs for our youth. With just over 400 students, Harvey operates two school buildings with BM Hanson Elementary currently serving grades K-6 and Harvey High School offering curriculum for grades 7-12. Harvey is a member of the North Central Education Cooperative, North Central Distance Learning Consortium (ITV), and Lonetree Special Education Unit, with each agency designed to provide select services to our schools, staff, and students.
In addition, Harvey Public Schools offers a wide variety of after school activities providing students numerous opportunities to get and stay involved. Harvey Public Schools’ activities programs are known throughout the state and, now cooperating with nearby Fessenden-Bowdon School, offers programs for virtually all student interests.
Co-curricular Activities Athletic Extracurricular Activities
FCCLA Basketball (Boys & Girls)
Instrumental & Vocal Music Cross Country
National Honor Society Football
One Act Play Golf (Boys & Girls)
Speech Track (Boys & Girls)
Student Council Volleyball
The School Board, Staff, and Administration are committed to providing students with top-notch educational opportunities enabling students to excel both in and beyond the classroom and become the leaders of tomorrow!
District Vision: All students will be personally and academically successful.
District Mission: To make a positive difference in the lives of all of our students and provide every student with valuable educational experiences that will last a lifetime.
Named one of America's Top High Schools (only school in ND) in 2015 by Newsweek Magazine.
Named one of America's Top High Schools in 2016 by US News & World Report.