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MLK March

Monday is MLK day so there will be no school.

The HSA Varsity and JV Cheer teams invite you to walk with them in honor of Mr. Martin Luther King. The March starts at 10AM and we will gather in the parking across from the Victory Baptist Church at 8:45AM.  If you want to go directly the the line… We will be in section 11 (just look for the sign with section numbers). Wear your Harmony shirts and show everyone why we are the best school in San Antonio. BTW – The San Antonio March is the largest march in the nation. Website:

Tiger Tribune

The Tiger Tribune

Re-Enrollment Assistance Days

Re-Enrollment Assistance

We will have computers and WiFi access for families that have questions or need assistance with Re-Enrollment.
Sat 01/19 10AM – 12PM and 01/22 thru 01/25, regular office hours thru 6:15

Re-Enrollment Deadline is January 25th

PTO Newsletter

Catch up on whats happening with our PTO.

Parent Academy

Our Parent Academy is right around the corner.  We are combining our efforts with HSE to make this event even more successful.  Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar will be the guest speaker and the event will be held at Harmony School of Excellence, 2015 SW Loop 410, SA 78245.


Attention Harmony Families!
Re-enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year is open and we can’t wait to count you in for another #HarmonyAwesome year! The DEADLINE to submit your form is: January 25th.
If you are a current student, your seat is reserved for the next year. All you need to do is let us know you plan on returning and verify your information with these steps:
☑️ Log into Skyward
☑️ Complete Form
☑️ Verify Residence
Let us show you how to do this in 5 minutes! Watch the video below. 👇
For any questions, please contact our front office at 210-674-7788.
Students that re-enroll by Friday January 18th will receive a free dress pass. Those that have already completed the process will also receive the free dress pass.

Award Ceremony

Parents you are invited to the Award Ceremony Date: Jan. 14, 2019

A Honor Roll
AB Honor Roll
Character Awards
Perfect Attendance Awards
Award Ceremony End of 1st Semester.

6th Grade – 8:40am-9:15am

7th Grade – 9:25 am – 10:00am

8th Grade – 10:15am -10:50am

9th-12th Grade – 2:15pm – 3:00pm

School Resumes tomorrow January, 8th, 2019

Have a Happy and Safe Winter Break!

2019 Parent Academy

Save the date, January 24th 2019, for our Parent Academy. This year we will combine our Parent Academy with HSE. Parents, grandparents, or community members are welcome. Participants will be offered information on a wide variety of subjects.

Lunch Menus

Here are the Lunch Menus for January.

Here is a copy of our Tiger Tribune



Dual Credit College Courses

Harmony has agreement with Northwest Vista College (NVC) allowing all qualifying students to take Dual Credit college courses from NVC on campus or online. Currently Harmony is offering 4 college courses on campus during the regular class schedule for 11th and 12th graders in addition to any available courses they can take at NVC.

Today is #GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday , the National Day of giving back to others. This year, we ask that you join us in giving to some of Harmony’s exceptional young minds by supporting the Harmony College Fund as part of our own Harmony Giving Day.
The Harmony College Fund (HCF) was founded to support college-bound Harmony alumni through scholarships, mentoring, internships and other support services. Roughly two-thirds of our students come from economically disadvantaged homes or neighborhoods, and without these funds, many of our HCF recipients would not be financially able to complete their college and career success journeys.
During the first Harmony Giving Day in 2017, our generous donors helped Harmony raise more than $40,000, which was dispersed to 44 college students attending universities across Texas. You can donate through our Facebook campaign or on the link below:
There are more than 6,500 Harmony graduates and most come from low-income families. Harmony Giving Day aims to raise funds for Harmony Students in college. Help us make Harmony student’s college and career dreams possible!
Don’t forget to watch the short video to see how your donation helps.

PTO News

Here is a copy of the November event for PTO

November’s Menus

Lunch and Breakfast schedule for November

The Tiger Tribune is here.

Class of 2019 IMPORTANT information

Here is some important dates and info for our soon to be graduates.

Class of 2019

Red Ribbon Week October 23-31

TSI Testing

PTO News Letter

Catch up with the latest PTO news.

Harmony Day of Giving

A note from Mr. Rodriguez

Dear Parents and Guardians,
   Good Evening! I would like to take this opportunity to introduce my self.My name is Mr. Rodriguez and I am the new Student Discipline Coordinator for 6th and 7th Grade. Previously, I was in the Army for 8 years.This is now my 6th year with Harmony. Within my tenure, I was a PE and Social Studies Teacher with the Harmony Austin District.  I am both eager and excited to become an active participant in your child’s life.
   It is with great privilege to be at Harmony Science Academy. My goal is to meet the needs of our students with support of parents/guardians and teachers.To minimize our discipline issues, while increasing the safety and positivity of our campus along with Mr. James. Here are some beliefs related to discipline at Harmony Science Academy:
  • Expected behavior must be communicated, taught and modeled throughout the school year.
  • Every disciplinary infraction is an opportunity to teach expected behavior.
  • All students will have access to learning opportunities; this should not be hindered by other student’s behavior.
  • The misbehavior of one student will not be allowed to interfere with the learning opportunities of other students.
  • Students are expected to complete all learning objectives, regardless of behavior.
  • The misbehavior of a student will not excuse him/her from successfully completing learning objectives.
  • Parents are our equal partners and have a responsibility to ensure that their children’s behaviors do not take away from a safe, orderly and academically productive learning environment of others.
* Please keep in mind that each situation will be handled appropriately by the Administration team.
While this is a brief introduction, I would also like to highlight a few important policies and guidelines. Please note this is to ensure the safety and security of all students, staff, and parents.
If you have any questions please review the Student Handbook (see attached) or feel contact me.
Items to be reviewed:
·       Harmony Student Dress Code
·       Visitor Policy
·       Absences Policy – Absences – excused and unexcused
·       Tardiness to School Policy
·       Makeup Work Policy
·       Loitering Policy
**Please note: This is a brief overview, the Harmony Student/Parent handbook contains more detailed information, please review this information in the Student handbook as well.I will continue you to update you with any disciplinary updates.
I am a strong believer in communication, the success of a school behavior lies in the relationship built between parents, staff
and students of the school community.


Our goal is that all students follow school-wide behavior expectations. When we observe them treating others with kindness, trying their best, and being respectful, we acknowledge them by giving positive verbal feedback and other positive incentives.

HSA PTO News Letter

Find out the latest PTO News in their News Letter.

There are more than 5,000 Harmony graduates and 59% of them come from low income families. HGD aims to raise funds for Harmony students in colleges to provide: scholarship,mentor ship,internship and other programs and services to make their college and career dreams come true.


Financial Aid Sessions for Class of 2019- Students and Parents!

Traffic Stops

In collaboration with State of Texas Community Safety Education Act we will be showing this video to our High School students.  The SBOE adopted a new rule in Title 19 of the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), §74.39, Requirements for Instruction on Proper Interaction with Peace Officers, that became effective August 27, 2018. This rule requires school districts and charter schools to provide instruction to students in grades 9-12 on proper interaction with peace officers during traffic stops and other in-person encounters.



PTO Meeting and News Letter

PTO meeting tonight at 6PM.  Please see the newsletter and Cancer Awareness walk details.

Fall Fest

Fall Fest is right around the corner.

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Here are the Breakfast and Lunch Menu’s for October.

HARMONY SAN ANTONIO TXS Breakfast – October 2018 (1)

HARMONY SAN ANTONIO TXS Lunch – October 2018

Open enrollment begins soon for the 2019 - 2020 School Year!

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