The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced that 55 Harker seniors have been named semifinalists in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program.
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Sophomore chess player Mihir Kotbagi placed first in the US Open Scholastic high school chess event.
Over the summer, Karan Lodha ’04 rejoined Harker as the school’s director of alumni relations.
Upper school students performed a clean-up operation at Los Gatos Cr.eek, organized by South Bay Clean Creeks
Senior Arjun Gurjar has reached the semifinals of the Breakthrough Junior Challenge with a recently posted video about transposon, a gene in humans that is capable of duplicating itself.
The weekend of Harker Day, which will include a landmark event for Harker alums, who will have a full weekend of activities to look forward to.
Table tennis enthusiast Xianyao He, grade 9, recently won the gold medal in the cadet boys (U15) category at the ITTF Pan American Youth Championships
Middle school golf enthusiasts Julie and Justin Hu – grades 7 and 8, respectively – had a productive summer, traveling both domestically and abroad for tournaments.
This past summer, fourth grader Nathan Xing visited Arlington, Va. and finished as a semifinalist in the national championships of the International Academic Competitions Science Bee.
This season will feature Chanticleer, the duo of cellist Jonah Kim and dancer Julia Rowe and saxophonist and composer Aaron Lington.
The 2023-24 upper school academic year kicked off on Friday with this year’s matriculation ceremony, which took place at the Harker Athletic Center.
Last weekend, the Harker Dance Company and Kinetic Krew participated in a Dance Camp by the United Spirit Assocation.