The Harvey School
A co-ed college preparatory school serving grades 6 - 12
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Throughout its history, The Harvey School has upheld the belief that a talented faculty is the key to a quality education. Dedicated to helping students of varying abilities, our teachers devote extraordinary amounts of time to support the learning process. Many alumni have credited their teachers at Harvey as the most influential forces in shaping their lives.

A remarkable, diverse community where the whole student thrives in an environment that fosters integrity, curiosity & learning toward being the best.

Small School...Big Opportunities...Endless possibilities.

Announcements

The Harvey School is hosting its Fall Open House Saturday, October 22 at 9 a.m. To learn more click here, or call our Admissions Office at 914-232-3161.
The Harvey School has announced that William J. Knauer will become the new head of school effective July 1, succeeding Barry Fenstermacher who is retiring after 30 years as headmaster.
It's a fully interactive online classroom!
Filmmaking partners enjoyed a special weekend at the annual All-American High School Film Festival.

Centennial Ball

Harvey's 100 Year Celebration Continues!

Cavalier Camp

Enroll in Summer Camp

Evarts Rink

A Year Round Ice Skating Facility

eHarvey Distance Learning

Cutting Edge Tech Meets Caring, Exceptional Teachers

Strategic Plan

Read the Strategic Plan

Harvey Magazine

Read and download current and past Harvey Magazines

1916

Dr. Herbert Carter
Harvey School Founded.

1916

School Opens.
John Miner,
Headmaster

1926

Herbert S. Carter, Jr ’19,
Headmaster

1938

Mr. Leverett T. Smith,
Headmaster 1938-1963

1947

Carter Family Sells School,
Board of Trustees Established.

1959

Harvey Moves To
Current Location.

1970

Ninth Grade Added.

1982

First Graduating Class with Girls.

1986

Barry Fenstermacher,
Headmaster

2005

Walker Center for
the Arts Opens

2012

Athletic Center
Opens

News

Harvey freshmen have the opportunity to explore the world of science before venturing out to follow one specific path in the years ahead.
A wonderful ceremony on a beautiful spring day.
Students in the Harvey Middle School's eighth-grade history class enjoyed a treat Friday, May 27, when two-time Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Dyllan McGee visited to teach a lesson on the rise of equality of women in modern America.
It's become an annual spring rite - seniors spending a day in service to the community.

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260 Jay Street
Katonah, NY 10536
T: 914-232-3161
F: 914-232-6034
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
admissions@harveyschool.org

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