Harambee Institute of Science and Technology Charter School

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The students at Harambee, live within the city of Philadelphia. The mission of the Institute is to develop and encourage…

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Our Goals

Our Goals

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Our goals are simply stated: To prepare our students for success in life To instill in our children positive attitudes,…

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Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

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Harambee believes education should lead to self-reliance. Education should empower students to believe that they have the power to change…

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Our Mission

Our Mission

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The Mission of Harambee Institute of Science and Technology Charter School (“Harambee”) is “Education for Self Reliance”. We fulfill our…

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C.R.T. (Conflict Resolution Team)

C.R.T. (Conflict Resolution Team) is a program within Harambee Charter School which educates and motivates students to positively influence peers and those in their surrounding community against violence, bullying, and insensitivity in addition to providing various conflict resolution techniques.

C.R.T. promotes school wide positive behavior incentives such as “Wild Wednesday”, Trips (bowling and skating), fruit smoothie fundraisers and much more. The C.R.T. consists of Student Support Staff (Conflict Resolution Coordinators and the Student Support Specialist) along with selected student members.

To join C.R.T. allstudent applicants must be in the 5th through 8th grade and are required to complete an application containing a mini essay which speaks about their positive qualities. Students are selected by the support staff members based on the content of their essay, individual character, and enthusiasm about making a positive impact in their school.