The Harambee Institute Science and Technology Charter School program can be best described as a culturally-based non-graded model designed to reshape the science and technical experiences of children during their first eight years in school. In this technical environment students will learn values and self-disciplines, language arts, science and mathematics applied from a cultural frame of reference and thematic teaching.
Mission: Harambee Institute was developed to encourage children from kindergarten through eighth grade to fully participate in the exploration of science and technology. Harambees’ vision is to use knowledge of science and technology as a means of promoting self-reliance in the African American community specifically and the world community in general.
On Saturday, January 12, 2019, the HASA Lego Robotics Team (HASA Maroboti) competed in the First Lego League competition, which took place at Penn Alexander Elementary School. The team tackled a full day of activities and competitive challenges which included 3 oral...read more
Congratulations to Harambee's 2018-19 National Junior Honor Society Inaugural Members Taniya Talib, Isadora Curtis, Ciony Lilly, Malachi Wingate, Sykiera Dillard, Amala Abdul-Rashid, Josiah Williams, Nybreah Cassidy, Raymond Napper, Kamryn Devero, Zanaya Ross, Ahmir...read more