Belief and Vision Statements

2020 Graduation

The Administration and Board of Education of the Harrison Hills City School District explored all options to duly honor our Class of 2020 graduates.  However, in line with recommendations from the Governor of the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Education, the Harrison County Department of Health and consultation with legal counsel, we are announcing the cancellation of our in-person commencement ceremony scheduled for July 11, 2020.  Congratulations to all 131 graduates and their families; our hats are off to you and the bright future that lies in front of you.  You truly are today’s learners and tomorrow’s leaders.  Please click here to enjoy our 21st commencement ceremony for Harrison Central High School, as presented virtually.  Go Huskies!  

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Belief and Vision Statements



            Harrison Central’s mission is to collaborate with parents and the community to educate and empower all students to become compassionate contributing citizens who will excel in an ever-changing world.




            Harrison Central’s vision is to provide all students with learning opportunities that inspire them to reach their highest potential in order to thrive as productive members of society.



  1. We believe student learning should encompass academic, extra-curricular, and social activities for a well rounded education.
  2. We believe the purpose of the school is to provide students with a safe environment that is conducive to learning and to provide to the students a staff that is caring and compassionate.
  3. We believe effective teaching is essential to the successful education of students. Teachers should have a thorough knowledge of the subject to be able to communicate well with students, staff, parents, and administrators. They also must be willing to change their teaching styles to benefit the ever-changing educational environment.
  4. We believe the principal’s primary job is to provide a positive, safe environment for students, staff, and parents. They should also be able to communicate well with others and have an open mind concerning problems and/or changes that need to be made for a better school.
  5. We believe the parent’s role in education is to reinforce the homework and supply additional information at home. Parents should encourage their children to conduct themselves appropriately so as to produce a learning environment at home and school. Parents should support their children!
  6. We believe that a positive, safe, and successful education of our students needs to be a combined effort of teachers, administrators, parents, and community.


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