The New York City Department of Education is the largest system of public schools in the United States, serving about 1.1 million students in nearly 1,700 schools.
In 1957, Harrison County consolidated several community-based high schools to create Harrison Central High School on the present-day Lyman Elementary Campus of Harrison County School District. As the community grew, a new Harrison Central High School was constructed in 1967. Currently, the new campus houses grades 9-12. To help with overcrowding at this campus, the school district recently built West Harrison High School in western Harrison County, MS. Matt Lawton, Timmy Bowers, and model Porschla Coleman went to school here.
On a 70-acre campus of rolling lawns and wooded hills overlooking the Hudson River, just 12 miles from midtown Manhattan, the College of Mount Saint Vincent offers excellent academic and professional programs to more than 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students. It's a special place-a supportive academic community enhanced by the excitement of Manhattan's world-class businesses and cultural institutions.
SAR is a place where learning and life come together - where Torah and secular studies are integrated; where a love for Medinat Yisrael and Jewish tradition are fostered; where study is probing and meaningful; where students discover the beauty of their heritage. SAR is a school that fosters Jewish pride,
and a deep sense of concern and commitment to the American-Jewish community, the State of Israel and Jews around the world.
A school where the faculty inspires a love of learning and academic excellence.