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The Harker School graduated its first upper school class in 2002
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Home sweet school: Harker boarders reminisce – a Harker Magazine feature

 

Home sweet school: Harker boarders reminisce – a Harker Magazine feature
From 1893 to 2002, Harker’s boarding program was integral to its commitment to academic excellence and personal character development. From eating family-style meals and watching TV in the rec room to Bear Valley skiing trips and getting ready for school dances, the shared experiences of Harker boarders had the power to transform young lives.
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Upper school English teacher to deliver keynote at Lowell Celebrates Kerouac Festival
Upper school English teacher to deliver keynote at Lowell Celebrates Kerouac Festival

 

Watch: New buildings take shape in latest construction update
Watch: New buildings take shape in latest construction update

 

Senior’s COVID-19 research published in peer-reviewed journal
Senior’s COVID-19 research published in peer-reviewed journal
First Windows and Mirrors assembly offers insight into Jewish communities
First Windows and Mirrors assembly offers insight into Jewish communities

 

[UPDATED] Eighth grader reaches top 30 in 2020 Broadcom MASTERS program
[UPDATED] Eighth grader reaches top 30 in 2020 Broadcom MASTERS program

 

Sixth grader creates Java course, raising funds for children in poverty
Sixth grader creates Java course, raising funds for children in poverty
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Middle School Giving Tree
Middle School Giving Tree
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Harker Video on Demand
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Middle School Winter Fest
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125th Anniversary Memories

The John Near stare. Anyone who has ever had Mr. Near as a teacher will remember that look he got when you had done something foolish or frustrating! The reason the John Near stare was so effective was that at all other times, Mr. Near was the most thoughtful, considerate, passionate teacher you had ever met. He touched our lives in so many ways, which is why we invited him to be our Baccalaureate speaker. As a teacher, I often think, “What would John Near do?” His influence on my life is immeasurable.

Karan Lodha ‘04
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