Student Placement Center
Mon, Tues, Wed,Fri   7:30am - 4:30pm
Thurs 12:00pm - 4:30pm

2102 University Avenue West, Saint Paul 55114

Harding Senior High School

Address: 1540 Sixth St. E.
Saint Paul, 55106
Grades: 9-12
Principal: Be Vang
Enrollment: 1877
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Phone: (651) 793-4700
Fax: (651) 293-8912
Email: be.vang@spps.org
Website: spps.org/harding
  • Harding is a world-class comprehensive International Baccalaureate school where we value earning a diploma and guiding students toward a post-secondary pathway. Whether it is academics or work, Harding prides itself on preparing students for their futures.

  • More than half our students take at least one advanced course.

  • All students prepare for life beyond high school with a personal learning plan that sets goals for post-secondary education.

  • Harding’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Program offers a comprehensive curriculum in all classes for grades 9 and 10, including math, science, history, literature, and world languages such as French, Spanish, Japanese, Lakota/Dakota, Hmong and Ojibwe. This includes optional accelerated courses.

  • Grades 11 and 12 are challenged through the IB Diploma Programme and Career-related Programme classes. 

  • The American Indian Studies program provides an opportunity for all students to learn American Indian history, literature, art and language.

  • Nearly 30 student-led clubs and organizations—including Navy JROTC, arts, world cultures, journalism and many more—provide a way for everyone to get involved.

  • Our strong athletics program offers sports throughout the academic year. 

We offer:

  • Language Academy

  • World Languages: Dakota/Lakota, Ojibwe, French, Hmong, Japanese, Spanish 

  • AVID

  • University of Minnesota courses

  • Saint Paul College courses

  • Bethel University courses

  • Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College courses

  • Century College courses

  • Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) - Navy

 
Community School for Area B
 
Programs offered:
  • American Indian Language & Culture (Areas A, B, C, D, E, F1, F2)
  • Hmong Language & Culture (Areas A, B, C-east)
  • International Baccalaureate (Areas A, B, C-east)

Quick Facts

Enrollment
1877
Students who identify themselves as:
  African American
20 %
  American Indian
2 %
  Asian
55 %
  Caucasian
6 %
  Hispanic
15 %
  Pacific Islander
0 %
  Two or more
2 %
Students in English Language Learning
35 %
Students in Special Education
12 %
Students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch
75 %
Marker
1540 Sixth St. E.
Saint Paul, 55106