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Harford County Public Schools Magnet Programs




ALERT -- 7/19/13-- Recent Board approval of cost-reductions for the FY14 operating budget has changed the bus stop location for those magnet students who are transported by bus to their magnet program. Students will need to get to a depot stop at their home school where a bus will pick them up to be transported to their magnet program. Magnet students were notified by mail this week, however additional details are currently being established and magnet students will receive more information on this change as soon as possible.


Science and Mathematics Academy
at Aberdeen High School



The Science and Mathematics Academy program provides students with the opportunity to experience challenging coursework in science, mathematics, and technology with an emphasis on research and real world application...More Details

Harford Technical High School


Harford Technical High School provides state-of-the-art facilities, with a rigorous curriculum offered by staff who create a challenging learning environment for all students. Faculty and staff strive to integrate academic and technical fields so that all studies are meaningful and rewarding for all students...More Details

Global Studies Program /
International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
at Edgewood High School



The Global Studies Program (GSP) at Edgewood High School provides a rigorous course of study for academically able and motivated students starting in the 9th grade, and serves as a preparatory program for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) in grades 11 and 12...More Details

Natural Resources and
Agricultural Science Magnet Program
at North Harford High School



The Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences Magnet (NRAS) is composed of three clusters focusing on Large Animal / Equine Sciences, Plant Sciences, or Natural Resources Sciences. Programs provide students with the opportunity to experience challenging course work and experience science and technology with emphasis on career development and real world application. The Harford County Agricultural Economic Advisory Board, the University of Maryland , Harford Community College, and Harford County Public Schools has partnered to develop a program where each cluster will provide students with the quality background knowledge, and skills necessary for continued education or to gain entry into their work based field of choice....More Details