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Harrison High School Legacy

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HHS Legacy Facebook Page  Harrison Closing Ceremony 6/1/2019
Harrison Legacy Book Harrison Leaving Our Legacy


Before Harrison High School closed its doors in June, 2019, a Legacy Committee made up of staff, parents, students and community members, raised funds to make sure Harrison's history would remain a part of the building. The Hawk, the City of Farmington Hills breathtaking, new state-of-the-art community center, recently opened to rave reviews.

Near the main entrance, outside of the gymnasium, visitors can learn about Harrison's legacy: view a historical timeline, admire the Hawks in Flight sculpture created by FPS art teacher, Scott Brazeau, and interact with the touchwall screen. (similar to a museum experience). With the touch of a finger, one can see every yearbook and graduating class photo composite, along with academic and athletic award winners, photos from the final closing ceremony and more.

You don't have to be at The Hawk to visit the Harrison Legacy Website!

Just visit: harrisonhawks.touchpros.com to begin your walk down memory lane. Please share this link with your classmates!

Harrison alumni, both staff and students, are invited to join The Hawk, and receive special resident rates. Please visit https://www.fhgov.com/Activities/The-Hawk/Home.aspx or call Guest Services at 248-699-6700 for more information.

While Harrison is no longer a high school, we are grateful to the Legacy Committee and the City of Farmington Hills for permanently preserving Harrison's legacy and memories!