CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- For the third consecutive year, the New York State Education Department has named Croton-Harmon High School a Reward School.
The school was recognized for its commitment to academic excellence and was given the designation based on its high performance.
“I am proud of our students and teachers for continuing to work hard for academic success,” said Principal Alan Capasso. “We look forward to another year of growth and learning at Croton-Harmon High School.”
In a letter to Superintendent of Schools Edward R. Fuhrman Jr., state Education Department Assistant Commissioner Ira Schwartz wrote, “We applaud your efforts and look forward to assisting your district in having all of its students achieve college and career-ready standards."
The school is at 36 Old Post Road S. Croton-On-Hudson.
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