Improving student learning is the focal point of every initiative in South Harrison Schools. From preschool to high school, we strive to create a total learning environment that inherently provides new and on-going opportunities to learn while focusing on improving the quality of work that students are asked to do.

And it’s working. South Harrison’s graduation rate consistently surpasses the state average.

New Opportunities
South Harrison continues to create new learning opportunities. For the 2022-2023 school year, we will add to our current preschool programming by offering a paid preschool option at three of our elementary schools. We will also continue to ensure that our graduating seniors are college and career ready.  From technology programs like the 1-to-1 Initiative to expanding our dual-credit offerings, South Harrison proactively seeks to prepare our students and community for today’s educational and career opportunities.

Our Goals
The overarching goal for South Harrison is to have our high school graduates college and career ready when they leave our district for work and/or post-secondary education. South Harrison aims to move well beyond state and federal minimum standards for school and district success.

Academic achievement at high levels and growth from year-to-year is also an important goal for South Harrison’s students. We believe that every student, from the most advanced learner to the most challenged deserves one year of academic growth for each year the student spends in our schools.

Additional Academic Resource Links

Do you have a question about our curriculum? Please contact:

Diane Owen

Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Elementary (K-6)

812 738-2168

Allison Schalk

Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Secondary (7-12)

812 738-2168