Harding is a world class, comprehensive International Baccalaureate (IB) 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 of 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 Programme offers comprehensive curriculum in all classes for grades 9-10, including math, science, history, literature, and world languages such as French, Spanish, Japanese, Lakota/Dakota, Hmong and Ojibwe. This inclues optional accelerated courses.
Grades 11-12 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.
Students use Metro Transit instead of school buses to get to and from school.
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) - Navy
World Languages: Dakota/Lakota, Ojibwe, French, Hmong, Japanese, Spanish
Career Pathways: Business, Medical, Engineering, Education & Community Justice
Community School for Area B
American Indian Language & Culture (Areas A, B, C, D, E, F1, F2)