"Our school is best know for our academic excellence."
Students enrolled 589
Hours 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
School leader Angela Knapp
Transportation options None
District Harmony Science Academy (Fort Worth)
After school Yes

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5651 WestCreek Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76133

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(817) 263-0700
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4 stars
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May 20, 2014
Does anyone have any updates on the following information from the Harmony Science Academy website? "Harmony Science Academy is reorganizing for the 2014-2015 school year. We will serve students in grades K-3. Students in grades 4 and up will attend Harmony School of Innovation. More information coming soon."

- submitted by a community member
May 01, 2014
This is our first year at harmony Science Academy. the teachers have been great with my son, patient. . my sons a little hyper active his teachers make sure he gets the help that he needs to understand the material being taught and was involved in class and at play time with you the kids. his teachers and have always kept us informed on what's going on in class. the school itself could use some updates but the staff, teachers are the most caring I have come across.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2014
Harmony has great teachers that are devoted and care about the students. Improvements are needed but overall it's all about the kids and the teachers really try hard to make the kids the priority.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
This year is our first year at Harmony and we love it! My daughter is in the 2nd grade her teacher is awesome!

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
My two boys have attended this school for five years. The diversity is amazing and the compassion by the teachers is outstanding. They individualize education for each child and put in countless hours tutoring struggling students. I feel my children are safe, loved and know that the school has their best interest in mind. When my child needed extra challenges, the teachers were willing to go above and beyond to provide additional curriculum. There are a variety of activities and lesson that teach my children not only academics but life skills as well. They also do amazing extracurricular events.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
Harmony Science Academy and Harmony School of Innovation. We have been in the Harmony system for 6 years now with my two oldest boys and 2 years with my youngest. I think every school as its issues but I find the administration very approachable if you are an active parent in the school. I think a charter school works best with parents that volunteer to help support the students and the school, it is a team approach to learning. My youngest son had some early learning delays and was in private schools since the age of three. His first school was amazing but the step up school, that was more main stream had it's issue with bullies. The school was very quick to keep the bullying in check but my son had no friends. We decided to move him to Harmony when they opened up automatic enrollment for siblings when the upper campus opened up and it has been a great decision. My son is thriving in the school and has made wonderful friends.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2014
We currently have our son in a private school in Fort Worth. While it is a good school, my husband and I both find Harmony to be superior. I teach college and know that it is difficult to find quality education in Fort Worth. Having said that several faculty I work with along with myself send their children to Harmony. Today we came to pickup the registration packet for our eldest and the principle offered to give us a tour, out of nowhere. She is hands down amazing. Having attended private school my whole life, I can assure you I know several former alumni that are currently doing jobs they could have done without a college degree. Just because you pay more for a school does not assure your children get into a better college or get a better job. It is about teaching your children respect, determination and how to learn from failure. Harmony helps with this.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2014
HSA is the GREATEST!!! From the moment I stepped in the door and was greeted by the office staff, I immediately knew I made the right choice to enroll my children at Harmony Science Academy. The public school that was previously attended fell short providing the education my children needed. Staff members at HSA noticed a potential learning disability and with 24 hours my son was on a great track to achieve a high quality education. Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Templer, Mrs. Epps, Mrs. Longtin and Mrs. Marra, to name only a few, are dedicated to their profession and should be acknowledged for going beyond what is expected from a teacher. Thank you HSA staff for all you do! In addition, your Parent-Teacher communication is OUTSTANDING!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
This is my childs first year at Harmony and I have nothing but great things to say about it. My child has specialized needs and receives special education support. The staff and administration have gone above and beyond to ensure those needs are being meet and exceeded. Administration and teachers have always kept an open line of communication with accurate updates. I highly reccommend this school!

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
Awesome!!! HSA exceeds my expeditions concerning my daughters education! The teachers are incredibly involved in every child's learning. I love the open communication I have with all of them! My daughter is currently in 4th grade and is having the best school year ever!! Her teachers have done so much making sure my daughters and my needs are always met. They are friendly, open and ALWAYS willing to help. I could not say enough nice things about Mrs. Knapp, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Snow, they make a GREAT team and have always been available and eager to help in anyway!!

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
This is my second year as an HSA parent and I must say that I've grown to appreciate the campus for my children's education. I've found the teachers and principals to be very concerned about my childrens' education. As a parent dealing with special needs children, I've encountered a lot of support, understanding, and knowledge from staff. My biggest complaint, however, is class size. I think even with a great teacher, it's a struggle for some children to learn at their best potential.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2014
This school was Great then it has become pretty bad, Teachers are leaving the school in the middle of the year, everybody has problems with the new principal who wont do anything about issues parents complaint about, Discipline teacher is AWEFUL and kids as well as parents dislike her A LOT! it used to be a happy place where kids love to go and learn and now they complain every day why they have to go to that school. 30 kids per classroom, more than our public school. Teachers try but its hard with so many kids and no help.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2013
Class sizes are larger than I initially thought. There are about 26-30 children in a VERY small space. Lessons are not very hands-on and I suppose this is due to the lack of space and student-teacher ratio. The other comments on teacher turn over is true. It's the middle of the year and my child has a new teacher already.I transferred her to this school hoping to give her consistency. It's unfortunate that teachers do not last very long in Texas. The principal is virtually non-existent. She rarely greets parents. The secretaries are not very friendly. Teachers attitudes are a mix. Some are upbeat and polite, others look generally disgruntled.If your child is in the after school program, you should know that the doors are closed to parents.They do not have an open door policy for parents to monitor their children.You must wait at the locked double doors for your child to be escorted out of the school.I find the restrictive atmosphere odd, but other parents may find it safe.On the plus side, students are very well-behaved.My child's learning is evident. Parent-Teacher communication is excellent. Grades are updated regularly.STAAR scores are much better than area schools.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2013
Terribly unorganized, questionable security and way too many kids in a very, very limited space. 26-28 kids per classroom in a very small building where there should be no more than 16 kids in a classroom as it was before. Already looking for new school.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2013
HSA Fort Worth has been a great STEM school for our child. The teachers are incredibly involved in every child's learning. We love the communication and ease of access to student information (they have an app for that)! We cannot say enough about how HSA has challenged our child intellectually and improved our child's confidence in learning. The dedication and extra hours the teachers invest towards understanding and adapting teaching techniques to each child's strengths and weaknesses is truly what makes this school so great. We also love the positive reinforcement system (PRS points) that encourage the children to behave and participate in class. Thank you HSA for all your efforts, they are very effective and appreciated!

- submitted by a parent
June 30, 2013
A++ school!! The children are actually challenged and kept accountable for their behavior. The communication between the school and the parents is exceptional. They are actually here to help your child succeed and live up to their potential.

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2012
My children go to HSA Fort Worth for the last 4 years. We can not say enough about this wonderful school, teachers and students. They are very focused on Academics and work very hard on supporting their students to achieve the best education they need. The wonderful teachers at HSA work very hard to help the students during school and every activities their students have. The student participate in a lot of activities and competition such as Science Olympiad, Science Fair, Robotic, Math Count as well as Sport like Soccer, Basketball & Volleyball. Overall, we are very satisfied as a parent with HSA and our children are very happy and enjoy their school, their teachers and their friends. So to anybody who consider Harmony Science Academy, they make the perfect choice !

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2012
Being a VERY proud former student, I can clearly say that this is one of the best high schools in the nation ACROSS THE BOARD! If one is looking for a great high school for thier child, put HSA-FW at the TOP of the short list.

- submitted by a community member
April 23, 2012
My child has been a student at HSA Fort Worth for 3 years, and plans to continue on through graduation. The focus on academics and continuing on to a 4 year college has impressed me throughout our time at this school. Most of the teachers are caring which, along with the small school environment, prevents quieter students from being lost in the shuffle. There are academic clubs like robotics and Science Olympiad, which promote teamwork while helping to prepare students for a college education and for careers in science and engineering fields. The school does offer sports, but that is not a main focus at this school. The school offers a disciplined environment that helps prevent distractions in the classroom. Students who have too many disciplinary infractions are not allowed to return to school, which is invaluable to students who are at school to learn. I have found the administration to be responsive and supportive to my requests and problems. I would recommend this school to anyone with a student whose main focus is learning as much as possible and continuing on to college, particularly if they are interested in a science, math or engineering career.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2012
I really like HSA due to their extracurricular activities and the teacher's involvement in helping students and speaking to parents. I would recommend any student to come here.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2012
My sons are enrolled ta HSA Ft Worth. Our family loves this school and its academic environment! They are involved in academic competitions like Science Olympiad and the Exxon Mobile Science and engineering fair, extracurriculars like band, flag football, soccer and basketball. The teachers are highly skilled and valued, the parents are involved and the the administration is supportive! I highly recommend this wonderful family if you are considering enrolling your kids. No matter what field of study your child thrives in.. HSA has something to offer!!

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2012
Hands down the best public school in Fort Worth! I am so glad they are building another campus.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2012
Harmony has helped my son harness his academic potential and pushed him beyond his comfort zone. If you are looking for an academic boost in science, technology, and math then Harmony is the place. There are high expectations for each student and a process to ensure their success. Additionally, the school climate is conducive to learning. I would recommend Harmony to every parent, especially those with a child gifted in the areas of science, technology and math or looking for a smaller school with more academic focus.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2012
Harmony's small, private school atmosphere has helped my daughter thrive. I wanted my daughter to receive a quality, private school education, but my husband and I couldn't afford it. After doing research, we found HSA-Fort Worth. The teachers are amazing and provide extra help to all students when it is needed, including Saturdays. This is a change from the public school where teachers are hard to reach outside of school hours. The extracurricular activities are wonderful in gaining students' interest in the STEM fields. We are happy with our choice for our daughter, and so are most Harmony parents I know.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2012
My children are finally learning! I was shocked at the poor quality education my children were receiving at our local school. After being on the lottery for 2 years, my children were accepted. I have nothing but praise for the teachers and staff. Harmony's high academic success is the result of caring, dedicated teachers that go the extra mile. Keep up the great work Harmony!

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2012
Harmony Science Academy Fort Worth has been an amazing choice for our children. The most important reason that I recommend it is small school size, more individual attention to the kids, (especially in high school), and a lot of extracurricular activities that they offer. Some of the private schools do not even have more after school events than they have. Thanks HARMONY for being such a great school. :)

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2012
Harmony Science Academy-Fort Worth is by far the best option for our child. Right now the Fort Worth ISD is the lowest performing urban district in all of Texas. While they do not have the same emphasis on sports activities, the academics are rigorous. Most importantly, they have 100% college acceptance, so I know that when my child graduates from Harmony they will have opportunities for college. I love the small school environment, but I know kids want more social opportunities. The discipline system works great - no fights, no gangs, no drugs. The teachers are here all hours of the night and weekends working with the students on academically-oriented extra curricular activities. My son LOVES robotics. I highly recommend Harmony Science Academy-Fort Worth.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2012
Great school with an amazing education. This school is very demanding of its students, as schools should be. I think many times students get into the habit or expectation of getting by with doing the bare minimum and HSA does not accept that. Yes, it will weed out the academically weak or misbehaved students, which I think is great because it allows students who are serious about education to focus with out disruptions. Most of the teachers are Turkish and they have the mentality to succeed. If you talk to the student that are at the top of their classes, they will tell you how great the school is. The challenging environment and teacher challenges only help students prepare for college because life will only get challenging as it goes along. So by forcing students to excel now, it helps prepare them for a bright future. Great school! Thanks you HSA.

- submitted by a parent
December 22, 2011
hsa is like a revolving door kids go in and kids go out!My kid went to this school and was very popular him and about 30 kids he knows all left or got kicked out, Some of the kids have came to my home and they talk how bad hsa was and how they did not understand the teachers when they talked and they would get dps,pts.for askingthe teacher over and overwhat they were saying and for asking other kids what they said and They said more then half the time they just did what they thought the teacher wanted,They all hated the hsa and they like the schools they are going to now,HSA is one big joke,I am glad my kid is out of there.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2011
Harmony science is a very small school they dont have very good education i dont really like it there i already moved from there but i was a student there and the teachers barely know how to speak english!! But the kids in there are very good thats the only thing i miss everyone is nice so if your kid is getting bullied in public school you could come to harmony science academy and they will feel better but the education and sports lack tremendously if you want your child to be not very educated then come to harmony science academy

- submitted by a community member
August 02, 2011
My son has been going to Harmony for 3 years and is returning, after summer break, for his junior year of high school. The public school he previously went to had a "hood" mentality. If you got good grades, paid attention in class, and didn't get in trouble, you were teased and threatened. When his grades began to drop and his behavior became disruptive, I went to his school and SAW this occuring. Harmony was our answer to this problem. Yes, many of the teachers are Turkish and can be hard to understand and the student population is diverse, including muslims. However, I am thankful for these differences. They have fostered acceptance and understanding in my child who was in danger of being anything but. While this school was the answer for my oldest child, I am not sure if my other children will go here. My next oldest child will be starting school in a year and is very artistic and outgoing. I would like to find a school that nurtures these areas as well as Harmony has nurtured the science and math skills of my oldest.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2011
My son enrolled in this school in fall of 09, and we were very excited. I believe he was accepted because of his latest TAKS math results. He had received commendation in the TAKS test taken at a regular public school in spring of 09. He will not be re-enrolling this year as he came out of the school barely passing this same test. I am very disappointed in the schools policies. Yes the teachers have heavy Turkish accents, and I don't seem to understand discipline. They lost several forms that I had turned in like lunch form (even though we told them we wouldn't qualify anyway) and his vaccination record was misplaced and they realized this in his second year of enrollment. They highly respect Muslim traditions and all relating matters. BUT DO NOT in any way express or display anything that would show disrespect to the Muslim community. No, I am not a rating religious nut rating, but believe me when I say this. My son will be attending public school this year and I hope his academics improve.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2011
Do not send your kid here! I'm a high-schooler here and it is alright for me. I love the feel of a small school but most people will hate it here. The teachers are extremely rude, half barely understand English, and as for the school is so cheap. If your kid has problems with being bullied though send them here. The students here are not mean at all...ok some are but it's not as bad as public school. I'm not really sure how to convey this but I would not suggest bringing your kids here. And the sports department is highly lacking.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2011
We have 1 student in Harmony Science Academy and have enjoyed watching her thrive in a system that teaches academics rather than how to take the TAKS test. In the small school environment she has maintained close frienships that were not available in the large public school. As in any school, some teachers are better than others. And the Turkish forgien language classes are required, but not challenging beyond 1 semester. The HUGE drawback to this school is lack of consistent policies and procedures ranging from annually changing enrollment application processes, to signing up for classes, to how information is relayed to parents. Not everything is posted on the website as we are told. When a descrepancy is found it is always the parents' fault. I do not recommend this school to a family with outside community commitments, or where the student is not 100% self motivatied.

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2011
Excellent academics. Extra curricullar activities are lacking. Overall wonderful school. There is not much parental involvement either. Teachers and staff handle everything.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2011
My son has been attending HSA for almost two years now. He is currently in the 7th grade & has maintained a 4.0. He is not only getting a great education, he has some really great friends & I love the small school atmosphere. He is challenged, feels very comfortable & enjoys going to school every day. Thank's Harmony for doing such a great job with the children !

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2010
I am a student here at HSA and I will give 3 good and bad things about this school. Good-Strong dicipline, NO bullies, and a small school envirement. Bad-To many Turks, many teachers have a lack of judgment with Decipline (DPS), NO good activities beside flag football. Im a 4.00 student with no DPS and am in 7A. I hope that you respect and take deeply into concideration my review for the school ive been going to for 2 years.

- submitted by a community member
September 28, 2010
Dear harmony school and staff,thank you so much for everything you do.Your hardwork makes this school feel like an actual school so that children may benefit from the envoirment they're in.Experienced teachers that care about their students take the time to help students reach their goals that they have set out for themselfs.The way harmony enforces rules and education shapes our children to be prepared for the future and what to actually expect from school so that they may have the correct tools to fix any problems that occur down the road.I have'nt really had the chance to experiance a relaxing school year for my son in all these years until i decided to enroll him into harmony,my problems were solved and i was able to be worry free about my sons education because i knew he was in good hands.So i feel obligated to thank you guys for every bit.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2010
My son just completed the 6th grade w/ a 4.0 in his classes. His biggest complaint was the school was to easy for him and a little bit of the heavy Turkish accents, but he got used to it. The school is excellent in that it virtually has no bullies, but the down side is it lacks in any decent sport activities. He will more than likely go there again because other public schools have way to many distractions other than school work. I do like the fact that if your kid acts up to much they have to go to Saturday classes then eventually kicked out all together. It is also FREE if your kid can get in. For the parents that complain about their kids not doing well, then I suggest you help your child and don't leave it all up to the teachers.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 13, 2010
My son has been at HSA for 2 years. We are trying to decide if he should continue At HSA or return to public school. My son had trouble the first year with bullies and trying to adjust . The school has its good areas and bad. A couple of the teachers have heavy accent and that makes it hard for the kids to understand. My son has come home with so much homework that it overwhelms him and stresses him out. He's an A,B,C student. I feel that it is a good opportunity for him,he is at a higher grade level than he would have been if he was still at public school. There are a handful of teachers that are wonderful and really care about their students and go out of their way to help them and we greatly appreciate them and their commitment to teach.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
My child has been at Harmony Fort Worth for 2 years. Teacher turnover is extremely high--two of my child's teachers left in the middle of the last year. The discipline plan is a good idea but is not consistently enforced by teachers or administrators. The administrators rarely returns calls or emails about concerns. Teaching is primarily through textbooks and assignments. I expected more 'hands on' and creative methods from a 'Science Academy'. There seems to be a huge focus on Turkish. I've been very disappointed--it's back to public school for us next year.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2010
Harmony received the 'Best School Award' from Fort Worth Science Fair in 2009 and has been rated Exemplary by the Texas Education Agency for the past two years! It is a wonderful place for our children to learn and the school provides so many ways to engage the students. The teachers and administration are enthusiastic about teaching and continuing to make the school better. I am very proud that my kids go to this amazing school. Keep up to god work Harmony.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2009
this is my child's third year at Harmony and after the first year I thought this is good school. The teachers don't seem to give the children enough attention on a one to one basis and my child finds it hard to get help from the teacher as there are 26 kids in the class. Harmony does not give any recess over 3rd grade and P.E only 2 times a week. After 3 years of being in Harmony I am taking my child out in a bid to save their falling grades.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 20, 2009
The school does a fantastic job of making the kids care about their education while making learning fun. Our son just started there, but loves it so far. In addition, students from the school perform well on state assessments, and routinely win academic competitions against other public and private schools.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2009
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- submitted by a student
September 22, 2009
The school as good intentions but not very organized. They also do not enforce all rules for all children. They go through teachers way too much and most are foreign.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2009
This school needs improvement. My child was constantly bullied. The younger teachers need more guidance and help with teaching students and controlling the classes. We were recruited to come to this school mid year and my child was excited but after 3 days he begged to go back to his new school. I think that the school has a lot of good ideas. but they need more help and guidance in implementing these ideas and controlling the bully issue. However, they have a wonderful PTO.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2009
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- submitted by a student
August 18, 2008
HSA, i loved how my daughter learned to have more fun with school and at the same time learn, the staff is friendly.They even came over to my house to meet me and family in person and get to know us, no other school takes there time to do that these days. Also my daughter had the chance to go to Europe last school year, it was a great chance for her to visit expecially for a freshman...it was a hudge change from Crowley isd or any other high schools, and her class/grades was only made of 20 kids....compared to 1,000 of kids in NCHS!

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2008
All three of our children attended HSA last year and we could not have been more pleased with the leadership, quality of teachers and the discipline enforced in this school. After transferring out of the Crowley ISD this was a complete 180 degree turn in the right direction.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2008
Our Decision to send our son and daughter to Harmony Science Academy was the best decision we could have made for their education. We appreciate the structured and disciplined environment that is conductive to the learning experience. Our children have been encouraged to achieve academic standards of the excellence and the dedicated staff are always there to help them. In fact, our son traveled to Turkey and last year to compete internationally. It was a fabulous opportunity and an experience he will never forget. We are looking forward to all the academic opportunities and achievements ahead. Thank you Harmony Science Academy!! Rebecca and Gary Smith

- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2008
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- submitted by a student
June 18, 2008
the school lives up to every other review and kids can excel so much here but if you plan on sending a second or third child to this school be cautious. They no longer enforce the siblings rule in the lottery system so chances are you will be doing two school runs per day. Otherwise this is a good school.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 26, 2008
Harmony Science Academy (HSA) is making a difference in education our child. By establishing a community of learning and academic advancement with an emphasis on science, they are providing a foundation for educational success. We appreciate their strong focus on bringing together students, parents, teachers and local professionals to promote an environment around science projects and competitions. HSA is demonstrating that achieving high scores in the standardized state tests does not mean sacrificing the joy of learning. The teachers are fabulous and dedicated to the students. It is a pleasure to send our child to HSA.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2008
Needs outside activities. Many teachers are difficult to understand due to strong accents. Should have more than 2 P.E. hours per week. Not organized as far as lunch finances, school pictures, school drives, etc. Teachers are taking on too many extracurricular activities for the school.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2007
I have enjoyed Harmony, I like the fact that the teachers are accessible. I also prefer thier mode of discipline. Given that it is a new school I have been impressed by thier ability to have a take-charge attitude. I would prefer a better system of communication. sometimes it seems that the teachers are unaware of the administrative decisions.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2007
HSA has just completed its first year in Fort Worth. My kids transferred from a Montessori environment and love this school. The teachers emphasize science and math, but also make sure other subjects are covered as well. My kids had no problem passing this year's TAKS. The administration primarily consists of teachers and staff of Turkish descent so while some things are not as they are in a traditional school, the staff bring fresh ideas and an enthusiasm for learning. They are also very diligent about encouraging and rewarding good behavior. This charter school has a proven record in Houston, Dallas, and Austin, and we're anticipating the same results here in Fort Worth. Our family is pleased with the first year and plan on returning next year.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2007
Harmony Science Academy has been wonderful for our daughter. The teachers are fully dedicated to helping the students maximize their full learning potential, and our daughter has academically advanced more quickly than we feel she would have in regular public schools. The combination of academics and extra-curricular activities along with the close friends she has made have confirmed that sending her to Harmony was the best decision for her future. We are very happy that HSA was able to open a campus in Fort Worth! Greg and Terri Bennett

- submitted by a parent
December 21, 2006
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the founders of Harmony Science Academy. Openning a school in Fort Worth was very fortunate for our family. We currently have a second and fourth grader at HSA FW and look forward to having a kindergartener there next year. The teachers are GREAT!!!! Both of my children are doing extremely well. The high standards for education are second only to the high disciplinary standards which are almost non-existant at other schools. It is refreshing to know that your children will spend the majority of their day in a safe and healthy environment. We look forward to watching and participating in the growth and development of HSA FW. David and Sandi Stier

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Harmony Science Academy - Fort Worth
5651 WestCreek Dr, Fort Worth, TX  76133
(817) 263-0700
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