Come on rock out with the talented musicians of Harborfields High School as they fundraise for Maggie’s Mission on May 3rd!Read More
We are rapidly approaching the Harborfields Council of PTAs Scholarship Variety Show! The Variety Show is an annual event held here at Harborfields that everyone looks forward to this. This year is a big year because it is the 45th year that Harborfields is holding the amazing show!Read More
According to Greatist.com the average female cries 3 times a month, but high schoolers may be the exception. The pressure of being a high school student has reached catastrophic levels. Between soccer practice, school plays, homework and college applications, the workload has become nearly unbearable. These added stresses combined with the normal moodiness of an adolescent is leading to mental breakdowns and unhealthy behaviors.Read More
My name is Delia Ferrigno and I have a job. It’s decent, but sometimes I think I’m crazy for having one. I want to find out who else has jobs and if I’m the only one having a hard time.
In this interview series, I will find people from my school who have all different kinds of jobs and what they think about life while working.
This week I’m interviewing a 15 year-old sophomore from Harborfields High School named Jenna Forestiero. Jenna has had a job for only 2 weeks and feels a little overwhelmed.
It’s spooky season here at HF and everyone is preparing for Halloween. Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year. The halls will be filled with Halloween spirit! People are picking out group costumes and getting ready to order or make their costumes. Halloween is the perfect excuse to dress up as your hero or even a taco! Don't be afraid of dressing up in your favorite costume it's your choice!Read More
The school year is upon us and with that is the excitement of football games, homecoming and pep rally. Pep rally gets everyone excited to start their sport seasons off confidently. Pep rally and homecoming is a great way to engage your student body and show your Harborfields spirit. Being involved in sports in the fall makes pep rally so much fun!Read More
Homecoming is Saturday, September 29th, when the HF Tornadoes will face off against ESM at 1 pm. In order to get ready for the big game, the school will be holding its annual spirit week.Read More
As a direct result of the Parkland school shooting, the Harborfields student body will take a stand against gun violence on March 14th.
This year, HF is holding its first “Don’t Stand By” Dodgeball Tournament! It will be Friday, February 9th at 6:30 in the North Gym.
Happy Halloween HF! Walking around on Halloween, the creativeness and originality that our students possess is very prominent, shown through elaborate and unique costumes. From cute group costumes like aliens and the Seven Dwarves, to funny costumes like Bernie Sanders and The Pope, the participation is what makes this holiday so much fun.Read More
The Harborfields Tornadoes took home a big win this weekend at the annual Homecoming Game. The HF community all came to support their students, friends, and family. The final score of the thrilling game was 33-7, and it was a perfect way to start off the school year!Read More
With high school starting back up this week, HF’s Student Government has been back and running better than ever!
With only about a week of school left for the 2016-2017 school year, HF students are booking up their schedules with all the events going on here. One of the most important ones is dedicated to the seniors; an opportunity for this group of kids to get together for one of the last times and spend quality moments with each other. The Senior BBQ will be organized by Leadership and is planned for June 8, 2017 at 5 p.m. It’ll take place outside in HF’s famous courtyard.Read More
With the school year winding down, Harborfields High School is in the home stretch when it comes to promoting school spirit. Our spring Carnival Day is just around the corner and this event is meant to bring the entire school together one last time. Just like last year, the theme will be “HF LUAU.” Yes, Harborfields High School essentially is paradise.Read More
Is your car covered in pollen, or is there still leftover sand from the winter? Do you need a cheap cleaning that you can get locally? The Leadership Class at Harborfields High School is bringing a car wash; available to anybody in the Harborfields community. It costs $10 per car, and will be held Friday, May 19th from 3-6 p.m.Read More
It’s that time of year to start figuring out next year. For those fortunate students who will be here at HF for another year, Student Government elections are underway. Whether you are running for Sophomore, Junior, Senior, or School positions, participation in these elections are a great way to get involved. Harborfields High School is trying to kick start interest in this aspect of HF, because oftentimes students run unopposed. Show more pride in your school by starting your campaign today, or simply vote for the students who will be representing you next year.Read More
HF Leadership is taking the Class of 2017 back in time: literally. Seniors can pull up to the football fields on May 16, 2017 to enjoy a movie within the comfort of your own car. Back in the 1940s, this sort of outdoor entertainment was a popular way for families to kick back and cherish each other’s company. So why not give the Seniors that same kind of homey and carefree atmosphere?Read More
Our HFamily will be hosting a concert in honor of Maggie Schmidt, a Junior here at Harborfields High School. Her friends and family wanted to display her admiration for music by organizing her own special event. As a young person battling cancer, it is extremely important that our community supports her and this event. The “Singing for Sloan” concert will be held on May 12, 2017 at 5 p.m in the high school auditorium. Tickets are 5 dollars.Read More
Harborfields is blessed to have this remarkable event every year. Students, adults, and even teachers of the Harborfields community show off their talents in the yearly variety show. Anyone from the Harborfields community of all ages is eligible to perform in the show. If you are interested in performing, auditions are held generally a month before the show at the elementary school in the cafetería. Even if you don't get in, don't be discouraged because you can always audition next year! Lots of people who do not make the cut, end up being a star the next year and are practically a celebrity once they hit the stage.
Over two months later and Blammo is still in play here at Harborfields High School. With 157 contestants to start off, we are now down to only 37 players left in this rigorous game. Students have been breaking spoons since day one, and now the game has changed battlefields with a much more intense rulebook. Blammo is officially a free for all until we are down to one single victor.Read More