What is NJHS and what can it bring to a school?

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a campus based program recognizing outstanding middle school students in grades six through eight and engaging them in the meaningful development of leadership skills and a personal understanding of the value of service. More than just an honor roll, NJHS gives each member school a means of identifying high-achieving students who have an understanding of what it means to be a responsible student and citizen in our world, today.
An NJHS chapter connects your school to a national network of those committed to awakening all young people to the many opportunities available to those who commit to excellence. An NJHS chapter can motivate your students to apply high standards of excellence in all that they do in life. Through chapter activities that involve the entire student body, this message can be shared with all students.  Through the resources of the national office and the activities of the local chapter, you provide new opportunities for students to be more actively engaged in their education and in the world around them.
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8th grade meetings are in progress, and 9-11th students have just started.

9-11th Grade Course Selection Forms are available to download as follow:

Current 9th Grade | 10th Grade | 11th Grade

Appeal Form for AP/Honors courses are also available. This is due April 1, 2018.

Parent meetings are not required for current 9-11th grade course selections, but are available upon request.

This form will be used by the Advanced Placement Committee if the student does not currently meet the initial PSAT/TSI policy. Filling this form does not guarantee entry into an AP course, and students will still be required to complete all required summer assignments in order to stay in the course.

The committee will consider the following information to determine if a student is eligible for an honors or AP Course: AP Potential- PSAT, SAT/TSI/ACT and other test data if available, teacher recommendations, previous AP Experience, AP Exams, and GPA.

Please reach out to Mrs. Senlik (nsenlik@harmonytx.org) for current 9th grade student’s, and Mrs. Rivers (arivers@harmonytx.org) for current 10th-11th grade students if you would like to schedule a meet with your counselor.



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Order forms can be download HERE.

Mathleague.org is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a math contest on Saturday Mar 31, 2018 for students in grades 3 through 6. Testing will consist of Sprint, Target, Number Sense, and Team rounds. The contest will be held on campus.

Please refer any questions to Mrs. Ibarra: rachel.ibarra@harmonytx.org


Newly admitted students are invited to attend our Open House on March 22nd at 6PM or March 24th at 10AM. 

Admins will give information presentations as well as conduct tours of our campus.

We hope to see you here!

*This event is specifically for students that have been accepted via the lottery.



Please join us in celebrating Dr. Seuss’s work!

Each year, schools across the country celebrate Read Across America week during the first week of March. This date was chosen because beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss was born on March 2.

This year, our school is going to do something extra fun to join this special celebration of reading! Each day will have a theme to correspond to a Dr. Seuss book title. Students may dress according to each day’s theme. Be creative and have fun!



CRLP Students!!!

Get refreshed this Spring Break with our CRLP San Antonio Trip!

We’ll be visiting college, historical, sightseeing locations across San Antonio.

Pay your dues today!

Contact Mr. Ertuna for more information!




Go to our website now to register: https://hsnparentacademy.weebly.com/

Harmony School of Nature will be hosting our 1st Parent Academy, Saturday, March 24th from 8:30 am- 12:30 pm.

This Parent Academy is for you the parents to come and receive training in subjects like College Preparation, Budget and Financial planning, and much more! It is our goal that this Parent Academy will empower our parents with the skills and resources they need to strengthen their and their children’s life and educational success.

Contact Mr. Ertuna for more information!


Summer Leadership STEM Camp will be hosted by the University of Texas at Dallas.

The program will include: Computer Science, Engineering , PRE-MED and Leadership with a Six Flags fun day to finish.


Girls : May 26, 2018 – May 30, 2018

Boys: May 30, 2018 – June 3, 2018

Camp Fee: $350

*Age of Participants 8th – 12th Grades are eligible to participate

Middle School Summer Leadership STEM Camp

Summer Leadership STEM Camp will be hosted by Jolt Camp All Saints.


– The Ins & Outs of Trees – Fossil Hunts

– Science -Soil Investigation -Archery

– Waders in the Wetlands -Boating -Camp Fire -Science of Survival – Weather Watch

– Leadership Talks


Girls: May 26, 2018 – May 30, 2018

Boys: May 30, 2018 – June 3, 2018

*Current 6th and 7th Grades are eligible to participate


Dear Parents and Staff!You all are invited to attend a Pot Luck hosted by the school and the PTO on Thursday, February 22, 2018, at 6:00 pm.

We will also be having the PTO Meeting and Summer Camps Presentation. The PTO will serve meat (Beef Gyro), bread and salad. You may sign up to bring some other dishes, desserts, drinks etc.

***Students will be given a free dress pass if their parent(s) attend the PTO Meeting!