Welcome to Harbor Springs High School, home of the RAMS and the MARCHING RAMS!
At Harbor Springs High School, the staff is dedicated, not only to public education but also specifically to our students and their lives. We have devoted our professional lives to education because we care about each individual within this school community.
It is with pride that we welcome you this year. You are invited to become an active member of the student body, take pride in your accomplishments, expand your educational goals, and to pursue your dreams with the assistance of a professional, caring staff.
As your principal, I want you to know that I am dedicated to providing you with the best education environment possible and that I fully intend to uphold high standards of quality for you and for our school personnel. I believe that if we come together each school year with mutual respect and dedication to high standards, we will all have a successful educational experience.
Susan Jacobs, Principal
High School Highlights
- Michigan Youth in Government
- French, Spanish and Odawa foreign language options
- High college acceptance rates at prestigious universities for honors certified students
- National Honor Society
- AP options in College English and Calculus
- Accelerated Math program grades 8-12
- Highly qualified, compassionate staff
- Advanced technology for student use and instruction in drafting/journalism labs
- Athletic opportunities
- Fine Arts: band, music, drama
Harbor Springs Marching Band
2012 GRADUATING CLASS STATISTICS
||attending four-year universities
||attending two-year colleges
||in vocational program
||bound for military
Petoskey - Harbor Springs Area
Youth Advisory Committee
Inspirations and Aspirations
Harbor Springs High School Guidance Facebook Page
Please click on the following link to access the Master Schedule
2013 2014 Student Master Schedule of Classes
BYU Independent Study Online Courses
Michigan Virtual School Catalog Directory
2013 2014 Student Parking Registration
Federal Student Aid- The U.S. Department of Education provides more than $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study for college or trade/vocational school each year.
Annual Education Report