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HARBOR CITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Students are transitioning into online instruction due to a continued increase in COVID-19-related absences among students and staff.
Approximately 20 years after it formed, Harbor City International School has hired its first former student as a math teacher.
In St. Louis County, the four-year graduation rate for American Indian students decreased by 4.73% and the dropout rate more than doubled from 2019 (8.06%) to 2020 (17.24%).
Harbor City International School stages "The Birds."

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The students are part of Harbor City's Action Club team, which participates in other cleanup efforts such as beach sweeps every spring and fall.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, theater students at Harbor City International School learned radio production skills to put on their winter performance.
A group of friends from the 2020 graduating class of Harbor City International School created their own ceremony in a backyard. "It was just as emotional and special as it would have been in Mitchell Auditorium at St. Scholastica, where it was originally scheduled for on June 6," wrote mom Kathryn Mongan-Rallis when submitting this picture; "I thought this photo captured their joy!" From left: Autumn Everett, Mya Cuypers, Caryn Bruce, Kaitlin Mongan-Rallis, Jacob Butler, Carter Nguyen (valedictorian) and Katilyn Villebrun.
Carolers from three local high schools will be singing and strolling their way through portions of the Duluth skywalk on three different days, the Greater Downtown Council announced.
Student organize for a global climate strike on Sept. 20
Where would we be without volunteers? And where could we be with more?

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Musical talent runs through the veins of Harbor City International School graduate Emanuel Eisele. "In my German family, there are a bunch of classically trained musicians. So I grew up around that group of people, so I grew up always knowing wha...
Two Minnesota natives, including one Duluth student, are among the 100 students who will descend on Washington D.C. this weekend to discuss gun violence in schools.
Harbor City International School graduated 45 seniors in its class of 2017 Saturday at the College of St. Scholastica's Mitchell Auditorium in Duluth.

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