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Jason Morvay
· February 27, 2018
My Daughter goes to Harbor and we thoroughly enjoy everything the school offers. Chandra and I are active on Boosters and Pirate Club and we are excited to be a part of such a great community and we l...ook forward to Sterling going to Harbor as well! See More
Vada McClain
· December 8, 2017
When I went there, it was Santa Cruz High School. The best! The Class of 1947
I'm living in Simi Valley, Calif. now...but Santa Cruz will always be my choice for hometown! Now I am a widow, mot...her, grandmother. great grandmother, and I'm going to make it to 90 yrs. or maybe 100, God Willing! See More
Rob Herogian
· December 7, 2014
Harbor High School had the best teachers that interested me to continue on my studies . And the friends that I met and bonded with will be friends for life graduating in 1979 I still am in touch with ...a lot of my friends that are good friends . Enjoyed taking classes from mrs. Bonet , Jack Dufour, and all the other teachers and coaches. See More
Chicory Roth
· September 29, 2017
Juliana Cheng
· September 4, 2015
I want to post old photos of Harbor but there is not a icon for me to do that!
Lora Van Den Heuvel
· July 2, 2014
Harbor High -

Great Location, Great Teachers and Fabulous Friends!!!!!
Yurai Chable
· August 29, 2014
Good school!!:)
Vernard Peplinski
· February 17, 2014
I never went to that school I went to St Ambrose in Detroit mich

Harbor High School invites you and your family to our Annual Pirate Festival!

Friday, April 27 3-6pm

Celebrate with us and enjoy music, entertainment, delicious food, beverages and dessert. There will also be a drawing for fabulous prizes.

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Don’t miss this year's Spring Musical, it’s a gem!

Guys and Dolls
April 21, 27, 28, May 4 & 5 at 7:30 PM
April 22nd at 2:00 PM...
Harbor High Little Theatre
$10 for Students/Seniors/Harbor Staff
$12 General

Have you ever been desperate enough to make a bet that placed everything on the line? In New York City, Nathan Detroit, a witty Brooklyn gambler, needs to get some start-up money for his floating crap game. He’ll do anything to get the funds, including making a bet with the most suave and victorious gambler in New York, Sky Masterson. When Detroit bets Sky that he can’t take the stubborn inept mission girl, Sarah Brown, to Havana, Cuba, Sky, unable to refuse easy money, accepts the proposition and the heat is on!

What comes next for Nathan and Sky? Don't miss what happens in Harbor High’s upcoming production of this highly entertaining Broadway classic!

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