I graduated from HHS, and I agree that the teaching staff is (or at least was) top-notch. However, the benefits provided by the one-on-one attention from the staff is negated by the severely limited curriculum and and student activities. Graduates wishing to join the larger global community face a steep learning curve.
As a graduate from this school I can say that the teaching staff was top notch. I would like to say that the administration was less than to be desired. All in all my experience there was memorable to say the least.
As a graduate from Harman High School, I feel that it is just as good as any other school. In some ways, it is even better. Harman is a very small school but they are moving up in the ranks. Teachers have more one on one time with students and the school is only getting better.
For such a small school, I think that Harman School has excellent academic programs. I am especially fond of the gear up program, and I like the idea of schools being able to travel as groups. The availability of music, arts, sports, and other extracurricular activities does come in a small group, but it is an extremely great amount of a school of about 250 students to have. I think that this school is the best school ever, and I definitley want my kids to attend it!