Please join us on Thursday, April 26, at 5:30 pm, in the HSAC cafeteria, to learn about
everything that the Class of 2019 Junior Council (soon to be the Senior Council!) is doing for
graduation. Due to the logistics of graduation and lack of funding, every student must help to
pay for the graduation ceremony event.

As the year draws to an end, we are running low on supplies to help your students stay focused and productive in the classroom.  One of the items we are currently in need of is tissues for the classrooms.  Please consider assisting us with this, as it is allergy season and the need is great, by donating boxes of tissues.  These can be sent with your student, or dropped by you at our front office.

We would like to invite all 5th grade students’ parents for an informational night. We will pass out schedules and answer questions.Event: 5th Grade Parent Night

Date: 4/27/2018

Time: 6-7 pm

Location: HSA-Carrollton Cafeteria



This past Saturday, 04/07/18, we held our First Annual STEAM Festival (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics!) here at H.S.A. Carrollton! We had our biggest turnout ever for a STEM Fair, and our students, faculty, and parents all had a great time. Our interesting STEAM-oriented exhibits in Chemistry, Physics/Engineering, Biology/Biomedical, and Robotics all had visually interesting displays, we had our usual pyrotechnics (both planned and, shall we say, surprising!), the Biomedical section impressed everyone, and the latest robots and drones were a big hit with everyone. The Food Festival did very well, everyone had plenty to eat, and our student organizations succeeded well with fund raising. And, for a first-time-ever tradition, we had two performing arts events on-stage with the Harmony Voices and the Middle School Drama Club! Our heart-felt thanks to everyone who came out, it was a great time for all, and we are already planning on the STEAM Festival 2019!!

See you NEXT TIME!

Event photos

Please review the immunization requirements for next fiscal year.


The Ivy League Trip was an excellent mix of information and fun. Every student who attended the trip now has a wealth of knowledge regarding the Ivy League system, including the inside scoop of what the admission officers there are looking for in a student, as well as the unique cultures that permeate each campus. Additionally, students were able to see amazing sights like the Statue of Liberty from the ferry and night-time Manhattan from the top of the Empire State Building. Students were exposed to art through the ages at Princeton’s exceptional art museum and learned about the events of September 11th in a new, far more personal way at the museum at Ground Zero. This trip provided a multitude of new experiences for these students, including some truly magical moments like walking around Harvard and MIT as it snowed and watching street performers at Times Square. It was an unforgettable trip!

Please click on the link.



All HSA-HSI Carrollton students and parents are invited for an amazing activities and EXHIBITS designed to EXPLORECREATE, MAKE, and LEARN more about exciting opportunities in STEM areas.

When: April 7th, 10 am to 12 pm.
Where: HSA-Carrollton
Questions: Email Mr. Bozdag at

Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,
We have postponed today’s Fall Semester Celebration of Success Awards Assembly due to some unforeseen circumstances.Event will be held next week Thursday, March 8th, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.
Teacher of the Year Award
Exemplary Character
Perfect Attendance
Math Olympiad
Science Fair winners
All As & Bs
All As


We are very excited to announce that senior parents are invited to College Acceptance Pep Rally.

DFW Pep Rally Class of 2017 Video.

College Park Center-UT Arlington-Thursday, May 24, 2018 @10: 30 AM-1:30 PM

RSVP to Erin Wolfe

Dear Harmony Families,

Senior Council is asking you and your families to come out and help raise funds for our graduation dues simply by eating at the local Panda Express. Just bring in the flyer, order to your heart’s desire, and 20% of all the sales made between 4 and 8 will be put towards helping Senior Council pay for graduation costs.


The 2018-2019 You Art What You Eat! art contest officially opens today, February 12. TDA is now accepting illustrations of the National School Lunch Week theme “Level Up with a Healthy School Lunch” and the School Breakfast Week theme, “Level Up with a Healthy School Breakfast.”
Students will use the video game inspired themes to illustrate healthy school meals. Tell students you know to visit where they will find all forms and information they need to enter to win statewide recognition. The winning artwork will be featured in materials that will be displayed at schools across the Lone Star State and much more.
The official art contest Guidelines and Information book is housed on the website above but can also be found by clicking here.
Thank you for participating and we look forward to receiving all of the artwork from your students!
Texas Department of Agriculture

Food & Nutrition

The TSI test is the official test for students to take to become eligible to enroll into Dual Credit courses.  We have scheduled students to take TSI tests during school days, but for those students who would like extra TSI testing opportunities, we will offer TSI testing sessions to students on several Saturdays.  Students should register with the Counselors, Mr. Teegarden or Mr. Gunduz, to receive their testing voucher(s) for each test.  Students must receive vouchers by 3:30 pm the Friday before the test.  Tests will begin at 9 a.m.-1 p.m., so students must show up a little early (8:50 a.m. is suggested).
Saturdays are: 02/24, 03/03, 03/24, 03/31, 04/14, 04/21, 04/28, 05/05, 05/12, and 05/19.


Dear Parent/Guardian,

I am very excited to announce that CRLP mentors have arranged a visit to Nursing Home on Saturday, March 3 between 3 and 4 pm.

It is a great opportunity for your children to serve. Your children can get experience on leading, doing acts of service, or simply giving of their time. It teaches them so many valuable lessons without you saying a word.  Visits to nursing homes teach us in subtle ways the frailty and temporary nature of life. They help us realize how thankful we should be for our present health.

I am sure there could be more reasons given, but I would highly encourage you to get your kids involved in the lives of some elders.

If you also would like to participate in this event please let your CRLP mentor know.

Note: Parents will need to drop off and and pick up their kids from the following address on Saturday, March 3 between 3 pm to 4 pm.

Address: 2460 Marsh Ln, Plano, TX 75093

                          Phone no.214-731-5955


Dear Parent/Guardian,

It is with great delight that I announce the Parent Academy event at Harmony

Science Academy on Saturday, March 3, 2018. Since we believe that each child is an

individual of great worth, our parents need to be integral partners. We know that parents

have a huge impact in their children’s lives and are in fact their children’s first and most

important teachers. The HPS Parent Academy is a district initiative that strives more

directly engage parents in their children’s education and prepare them to provide

support needed in order for the students to be more successful in school.


The Academy consists of a series of inspirational sessions covering a wide variety of

topics – from how to help your children in reading and math to bullying prevention and

improving health and wellness. It is our hope that as you attend these sessions, you will

gain valuable information regarding diverse tools, strategies, and resources that help

nurture student’s academic, social, and emotional development.


On behalf of our organizing committee, I look forward to a wonderful time of learning

and networking with you and other parents.


Please click on the link for registration

Have a wonderful day,


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