Student, Har - Ber High School, Class of 2016,
There is no type of student who shouldn't attend Har-Ber, even if the student is troubled Har-Ber can still make a place for them. A student have trouble with home issues, the counselor's door is always open if they ever just need someone to talk to. Issues in the classroom, nearly every teacher I know at Har-Ber comes early and stays late to help any and every student with any classwork they need to do or catch up on if they are struggling or just want to get better than they already are at a subject. A student who has been labeled as a "trouble-maker" maybe "rebel" or "hellion." The administrators strive to help shape students into not only model students, but also citizens, I've seen Dr. Brackett sit down with kids who some principals would shut the door on and just talk to them and try to help them when they cause trouble rather than shun them for doing so, and our resource officer, Officer Ray, does the same thing. Two wonderful human beings. No student should turn away from Har-Ber and no student is ever turned down. Har-Ber is the right pick for any student.