In August, sixth grader Neel Kumar launched a free series of educational videos designed to help younger students learn how to code in hopes that it would give children a means of escaping poverty.
Some Harker faculty and staff have been impacted by the California fires, and we will be updating the community on any ongoing fundraising efforts.
Third graders held a fundraiser for the Epilepsy Foundation’s Lemonade for Livy program, raising more than $2,000.
Earlier this month, brothers Hassaan and Senan Ebrahim — graduates of the Classes of 2011 and 2008, respectively — were featured in The Harvard Gazette for their work in helping Syrian refugees, in particular the software their organization developed specifically for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier this week, upper school students dropped off a donation of 640 homemade masks at the Bay Area-based organization LifeMoves, which provides temporary housing and assistance to the local homeless population.
A group of Harker upper school has students launched a GoFundMe campaign last month to assist low-income families who are facing greater difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic due to job loss.