About Us

About Us

Harmony Public Schools is a system of 57 Texas public charter schools that provides rigorous, high-quality education focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Through a caring and collaborative environment, Harmony provides students from traditionally underserved communities the opportunity to excel through project-based learning where they learn the skills necessary to become a contributing global citizen.

In the year 2000, Harmony Public Schools opened its first school in Houston, Texas and still houses central administration in the Houston area. Since expanding, Harmony has grown into all major areas of Texas, forming six distinct regions (or districts).

Our Mission

Harmony prepares each student for higher education by providing a safe, caring and collaborative atmosphere. Our curriculum features a quality, student-centered educational program with a strong emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Our Vision

Harmony’s vision is to lead our students from the classroom into the world as productive and responsible citizens.

Core Values


Every student will learn and grow into a successful and productive citizen.


We do whatever it takes to help our students reach their goals.


Our students, parents, and staff work in harmony to create a strong community of success.


We guide our students to value integrity, show respect, and be responsible.

for All

Every student will graduate with a strong understanding and appreciation of STEM and how it connects to the real world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Charter public schools are public schools of choice that provide parents an alternative to traditional public schools. The "charter" establishing each school is a performance contract detailing the school's mission, program, goals, students served, methods of assessment, and ways to measure student success.

A charter public school is independently operated and can design elements of its own educational program, hire its own teachers and staff, and manage its own budget. The basic concept of charter schools is that the school enjoys enhanced autonomy, in return for accountability to its founders, parents, the public, and its grantors.

Tuition is not paid for attending a charter school. Harmony Public Schools are public schools, funded by the State of Texas. But, unlike school districts, charter schools like Harmony, do not levy property taxes.

Harmony Public Schools is a secular and non-sectarian public school. Harmony Public Schools are not affiliated with any religious movement, organization, or belief system and are open to all students regardless of race, creed, nationality, or gender.

Like all Texas Open-enrollment charter schools, Harmony is operated by a nonprofit educational organization, headquartered in Houston, Texas. Harmony currently operates 57 separate schools throughout Texas serving families in traditionally underserved communities, including every major city in the state.

The Harmony Public Schools Board of Directors are dedicated unpaid volunteers who are required to go through rigorous and continuous training in finances, operations and law and who meet regularly to adopt policies and guide the direction of the Harmony organization.

The Harmony Public Schools Board of Directors Nominating Committee is interested in individuals with expertise, experience and leadership abilities who will dedicate the time and interest necessary to contribute to the maintenance of Harmony’s standard of excellence in education.

Excellence is the Harmony Public Schools standard and this is well demonstrated by Harmony students who are consistently exceeding state averages on Texas standardized tests.

In the 2018 School Year all Harmony campuses across Texas met or exceeded state standards on the annual State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exam.

Harmony Public Schools has the proud tradition of competing and winning state, national, and international STEM competitions, state and national academic commendations, and competitive internships at high-ranking universities.

STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, the fields of study that examine the natural world and how it operates. Harmony Public Schools focus on STEM because it is fundamental to every field of human endeavor, from academic and critical thinking skills to social skills to appreciation and understanding of Humanities, Social Sciences, problem solving and artistic creativity.

Through Harmony’s Project-Based Learning curriculum, students work on providing solutions to real-world problems. These individual and team laboratory projects and state-wide, national and international rocketry and robotics competitions bring Harmony students to a deeper and thrilling understanding of both traditional academic topics while teaching them skills beyond the classroom, such as public speaking, teamwork and time management.

Harmony graduates are designed to effectively navigate college-level coursework by mastering advanced concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Harmony graduates have earned seats in the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities, gaining coveted STEM jobs and bridging the gap between students in traditionally underserved communities and lucrative satisfying STEM careers.

Project-Based Learning is a learning method where students master academic concepts through designing, building and experimenting with their own and team projects and problems that search for reality-based, scientific and social solutions. Harmony students will complete multiple projects every year, giving them ownership in their successes as they learn and internalize lifelong skills in perseverance and critical thinking. It is these strategies that have made Harmony’s curriculum one of the best in the nation.

In addition to Project Based Learning Harmony uses a wide variety of methods and techniques such as Students on Stage, Custom Day Personalized Learning Environments and Character Education.

Students on Stage or SOS —
Nothing reinforces understanding of a topic more than explaining it to others. Through “Students on Stage,” Harmony students share their learned knowledge with peers, younger students, and adults.. Projects may be presented in the classroom at a local expo or in larger exhibits and competitions. The progressive stages of SOS allows Harmony students to perfect their explanations of their concepts and projects.

Custom Day Personalized Learning Environments —
The Harmony school day is uniquely structured to allow for maximum learning style flexibility. A two-hour block is reserved daily so that students can work independent of their classmates, based on their personal academic needs. This block of time can be used by students to receive additional tutoring, pursue advanced coursework, engage in extra college-readiness and preparation or to work on personal educational projects. But this customized environment is structured and monitored. Within these two hour learning sessions, teachers and their students develop and modify individualized learning plans as needed, allowing Harmony students to take ownership of their own education.

Harmony's approach to learning does not stop with academics. Rather, beginning in elementary grades, Harmony's goal is to grow its students, into principled and effective adult leaders possessing key characteristics such as honesty, courage, persistence, integrity, and kindness through Character Education. Harmony treats Character Education as it does its STEM courses, teaching these vital character traits the same way it teaches academic subjects.

Harmony realizes that our children are our future. And so, Harmony uses “Second Step”, a research-based socio-emotional curriculum teaching respect, teamwork and work ethic that provides age-appropriate lessons using music, stories, and art. Second Step works. It is now used in 30 percent of all U.S. elementary schools and is produced by the nonprofit Committee for Children headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

Yes. While each Harmony campus offers these additional educational services at various times, all Harmony campuses offer after-school and Saturday tutorials as needed where students can catch up or deepen their understanding and gain additional practice in challenging subjects.

Moreover, Harmony high school students receive college and career counseling and can participate in independent study and dual-enrollment college classes.

Yes. Harmony Public Schools is committed to providing a rigorous, high-quality education to all its students. To meet the needs of those who show advancement in certain areas, Harmony provides Gifted and Talented Education, or GATE, beginning with students as young as kindergarten.

The GATE program provides accelerated learning through additional enrichment activities, pull-out sessions, and extended lab hours.

Harmony Public Schools offers a wide array of both core and elective academic coursework to provide every student with options that match their interests while satisfying state graduation requirements. Of course, Harmony's curriculum focuses on STEM and from kindergarten on provides a broad spectrum of classes that boost student interest in STEM fields. Many Harmony high schools employ an advanced curriculum program in a variety of fields such as engineering, and biomedical science known as Project Lead The Way.

Harmony students may also qualify for Advanced Placement courses as early as the 9th grade.

You can learn more about Harmony’s course offerings from Pre-K to 12th grade by clicking the “Academics” tab from this website's home page.

Of course. Harmony Public Schools is very proud of its programs geared towards students with Special Needs where qualifying student can receive extra attention from instructors, additional support mechanisms for students and their families, as well as classroom and other accommodations.

Yes. English Language Learners (ELL) at Harmony Public Schools receive additional instruction to help them develop their English language skills to help them fully participate in academic and social settings. Through the use of communicative and integrative methods of second language teaching the Harmony ELL program focuses on mastery of English language skills in listening, comprehension, reading, writing, and speaking.

Students will not learn and succeed unless they feel safe and are in a safe environment. Student safety and well-being is the cornerstone of harmony policy that is tough on bullying and other negative behaviors. Additionally, Harmony's focus on family dynamics helps to identify and address situations that may lead to student bullying and potential disciplinary issues. Harmony Public Schools all have an expulsion prerogative and will use it when student safety or well-being is threatened and when otherwise appropriate.

Yes. Harmony wants its students concentrating on learning and not on the latest fashion fads. Parents will purchase uniform shirts prior to the start of each school year. Information about accommodations and additional uniform and dress code requirements are found in the Harmony Parent/Student Handbook on this website.


Fatih Ay


Headshot of CEO Fatih Ay Mr. Fatih Ay brings decades of experience in both the classroom and the office as an educator and administrator to the position of Chief Executive Officer.

Beginning as a graduate assistant at the University of Houston, and later as a science teacher at our first Harmony campus in Houston, a principal in El Paso and most recently as our Dallas Area Superintendent, Mr. Ay is poised to continue the implementation of Harmony’s 2020 Strategic Plan as a 14-year veteran of Harmony.

Mr. Ay coordinated HPS T-STEM initiative statewide and adopted PLTW Pre-Engineering program at middle and high school level during his tenure as the Principal at HSA El Paso.


Board of Directors

Harmony Public Schools Board of Directors serve as unpaid volunteers to guide the policies and direction of the organization.

Potential members can be nominated by anyone and are selected by the existing board, which seeks individuals who have expertise, experience or leadership abilities that will contribute to maintaining Harmony’s standard of excellence in education.

Fatih Ay


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eginning as a graduate assistant at the University of Houston, and later as a science teacher at our first Harmony campus in Houston, a principal in El Paso and most recently as our Dallas Area Superintendent, Mr. Ay is poised to continue the implementation of Harmony’s 2020 Strategic Plan as a 14-year veteran of Harmony.

Mr. Ay coordinated HPS T-STEM initiative statewide and adopted PLTW Pre-Engineering program at middle and high school level during his tenure as the Principal at HSA El Paso.

Dr. Oner Ulvi Celepcikay

Board Chair

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r. Oner Celepcikay teaches Data Science and Data Management courses at Rice University. In the past, Dr. Celepcikay taught at the University of Houston System and Texas A&M System. His main teaching and research fields are Data Science, Data Mining, Machine Learning and Regional Regression Analysis.

Dr. Celepcikay was among the group of academicians who helped open the first Harmony Science Academy in Houston in 2000 and has been with Harmony Public Schools since then, serving Harmony in various volunteer positions including student recruitment, after school program, grant writing for the first Harmony school, board member, secretary and the board chair.

Appointed by the Texas Education Commissioner, Dr. Celepcikay also served as a board member at the Region 4, which serves a seven-county area composed of 50 public school districts and 45 public charter schools, representing more than 1.1 million students and 1,500 campuses.

Dr. Celepcikay is strong advocate of STEM education. He is the Founder & CEO of CyberSecurityED.com, an educational technology company that focus on cybersecurity education and coding camps and curriculum development.

He received his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul University and his master's and doctorate degrees in Computer Science specializing in Data Mining both from University of Houston. Dr. Celepcikay worked at the University of Houston Educational Technology Outreach Department from 2000 to 2007, which is the department oversees all online education components at the University of Houston.

Mr. Homer Stewart

Vice - Chair

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r. Stewart is an electronic engineering technologist, a certified teacher in the state of Texas, and a curriculum development specialist and trainer. During his career he has served in the Fort Bend ISD, and as a faculty member at the Houston Community College Northeast Campus. Currently, Mr. Stewart, is employed at Subsea Solutions. LLC, where he develops service curricular for subsea well equipment and subsea control systems targeting training of well completion, petroleum, and subsea engineers. Mr. Stewart's interest is empowering students by correlating critical-thinking academic skills with the hands-on implementation, integration, and translation of academic skills and activities to real world applications. Mr. Stewart serves as an advisory member on several committees in the cities of Houston and Sugar Land.

Daisy Morales

Second Vice - Chair

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aisy Morales is the Vice President, Community Affairs at Community Health Choice(Community). She has overseen 500% growth at Community, created new market segments, and honed multi-cultural marketing for Community and within the local marketplace.

Daisy is a strategic leader in multi-cultural business practices. She has been a key catalyst for the growth of the Hispanic Health Coalition in Houston, helping redefine marketing to Latino audiences in this region. Daisy is the immediate past President of the Hispanic Health Coalition, capping many years of active service with them.

Daisy helps other organization in the community, within her industry grow, and thrive. She helps guide the investments her organization makes in other health and human services non-profits. Daisy collaborates with other leaders in the Greater Houston region, helping start new clinics in at-risk neighborhoods, and building capacity at other non-profits.

Daisy is passionate about the wellbeing of women and children. She volunteers with many worthy causes in the community, sometimes in formal leadership and other times simply working on the front lines, anonymously. Additionally, Daisy is involved with the Avenue 360 Health and Wellness Clinic, March of Dimes advisory committee. She is a former board member of The Good Neighbor Health Center and The Women’s Fund. Daisy is the past award recipient of the Houston Business Journal Women That Mean Business and Ford Motor Company Mujeres Legendarias ( Legendary Women).

Dr. Hakduran Koc


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r. Koc is currently chairman and associate professor of Computer Engineering Program at University of Houston - Clear Lake. After receiving his B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering, he worked in the industry for two years. Then, he joined Syracuse University where he received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering. During his graduate study, Dr. Koc was at The Pennsylvania State University as visiting scholar. His research and teaching are in the areas of digital system design, embedded systems, and computer architecture. His research work is published in prestigious academic conferences and journals. Dr. Koc is also very active in professional service. He regularly reviews scientific papers for several academic journals and conferences. He has served as executive committee member for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Galveston Bay Section at various capacities including chair, vice chair, and secretary; and he has been the counselor of IEEE Student Brach at UHCL. He regularly serves in science fairs for middle and high school students. Dr. Koc is the recipient of several teaching and leadership awards including IEEE-USA Professional Achievement for Individuals Award, UHCL Piper Nominee Finalist, IEEE Outstanding Student Branch Counselor Award and IEEE MGA Outstanding Small Section Award. He is a member of IEEE and ACM.

Dr. Osman Kanlioglu


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r. Kanlioglu is a research and development engineer at L3Harris Technologies. He has 20+ years of experience in engineering and education. He had a chance to work in diverse settings such as in industry, public schools and universities with different roles. He taught courses mainly in the STEM area and worked as a dean in a university administration where he specialized in student retention and success.

He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Middle East Technical University in Ankara. He received his Ph. D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Houston. His research interests include Applied Electromagnetics, Wave Propagation and Antenna Design. Dr. Kanlioglu’s passion is using his expertise from higher education and industry in helping public education system to better prepare students for college.

Mrs. Helen Sherwood

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s. Sherwood brings a track record of knowledge and community involvement to the Harmony Public School Board. Spending 10 years at Texaco, Ms. Sherwood held the position of Senior Research Librarian. During her tenure, Ms. Sherwood served as Co-coordinator of the Adopt-A-School STEM Program, as well as an initiative that teaches scientific methods through an invention process called, “Create SE Texas.”

As a parent, Ms. Sherwood was an active volunteer for Harmony Public Schools, serving as a PTO member and science fair coordinator, among other roles. Ms. Sherwood also volunteered for 15 years with the Boy Scouts of America as a Cub Scout Pack Den Leader, Pack Committee Chair and additional roles within the organization. Ms. Sherwood is currently a Youth Religious Education Administrator and teacher with Tapestry UU Church and volunteers with the Harris County Election Services as an Election Clerk.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University and Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Dr. Osman Nal

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r. Osman Nal is an educational entrepreneur who runs very successful K-12 learning centers teaching SAT, English, Math, Science, Computer Science, and preparing students to various state and national competitions. Dr. Nal is also assistant professor of Finance and Accounting at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX.

After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics he worked in various teaching positions for three years. He completed his graduate studies in Economics at Rice University in 2008 receiving both Masters’ and Ph.D. degrees for his research in financial economics. His research is in the area of microeconomics of banking and supervision of financial institutions.

Dr. Nal has significant teaching experience at the college level in the areas of economics and finance over the last 16 years. In particular, he has keen interest in utilizing new instructional technologies in teaching principles of economics and fundamentals of finance courses to undergraduates in business schools. He strongly believes in online education and using the internet to help disadvantaged students bridge the educational gap. As a strong advocate of online education, he established a YouTube channel where he produces math and science content for the gifted students.

Dr. Nal is active in professional service. He presented his research in finance at various professional conferences and also published in peer reviewed academic journals over the years. He is a member of CFA institute and held memberships at various professional organizations over the years including American Economic Association, Southern Economics Association, Southwestern Finance Association, and Mathematical Association of America among others.

Board Meeting Agendas

Texas Open Meetings Act, the Texas Government Code, Chapter 551 requires a school board to give a public advance written notice of the subjects it will consider in a regular, special, or called meeting. The notice must also state the date, hour and place of the meeting. A school district must post notice of meetings at a place at the central administrative office of the district that is generally accessible to the general public for at least 72 hours before the scheduled time of the meeting. The only exception to the 72 hour posting requirement is for "emergency" meetings and those meetings must meet the requirements of Texas Government Code Chapter 551.045. In cases of emergency, the board must post notice of the date, place and subject of the meeting for not less than 2 hours prior to the meeting.

Harmony Public Schools Board Agendas are posted on the glass window by the front gate pedestrian entrance of the Harmony School of Innovation building at 9321 W Sam Houston Pkwy S. Houston, Texas 77099.

HPS Board Agendas are posted here as a courtesy.

Board Meeting Schedule

Date Agenda Video
August 24th, 2019
September 21st, 2019
October 26th, 2019
November 16th, 2019
December 14th, 2019
January 25th, 2020
February 22nd, 2020
March 28th, 2020
April 25th, 2020
May 23rd, 2020
June 20th, 2020
July 25th, 2020
August 22nd, 2020

Academic Committee Agendas

Date Time Agenda
August 7th, 2020
May 29th, 2020
May 8th, 2020
April 17th, 2020
March 20th, 2020
February 7th, 2020
January 10th, 2020
December 6th, 2019
November 1st, 2019
October 11th, 2019
September 13th, 2019
Aug 16th, 2019

Finance Committee Agendas

Date Time Agenda
August 7th, 2020
May 29th, 2020
May 8th, 2020
April 17th, 2020
March 20th, 2020
February 7th, 2020
January 10th, 2020
December 6th, 2019
November 1st, 2019
October 11th, 2019
September 13th, 2019
August 16th, 2019

Governance Committee Agendas

Date Time Agenda
August 7th, 2020
May 29th, 2020
May 8th, 2020
April 17th, 2020
March 20th, 2020
February 7th, 2020
January 10th, 2020
December 6th, 2019
October 24th, 2019
October 16th, 2019
September 13th, 2019
August 16th, 2019

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Fast Facts


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2019 Accountability Ratings

Texas Education Agency awards Harmony Public Schools five district A-ratings, two district B-ratings in annual accountability scores

Five districts in the Harmony Public Schools system received A-Ratings in the Texas Education Agency’s 2019 Accountability Ratings.

Two others received B-Ratings.

In addition to the district ratings, 18 of Harmony’s individual campuses also received A-ratings from the TEA on Thursday, including campuses in Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Austin, Fort Worth, Pflugerville, Garland, Carrollton, Sugar Land, Katy, Brownsville, and Laredo.

Please click here for more information.

To access accountability reports and search for your district/campus, please visit the TEA website, and follow the instructions.

TEA website: 2019 Accountability Rating System TXschools.gov

2018 Accountability Ratings

Harmony Public Schools is excited to announce that all campuses statewide met or exceeded state standards on the annual State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exam.

  • 85.7% of Harmony Public Schools (HPS) districts earned A overall rating compared to 12.8% of all Texas schools.
  • 100% of Harmony campuses (100%) earned Met Standard overall rating compared to 89.3% of all Texas schools.
  • 67.9% (36 out of 53) of HPS campuses have earned at least one distinction designation compared to 52.4% of all Texas campuses.
  • 9.4% (5 out of 53) of HPS campuses earned distinctions in all seven categories that were evaluated for that campus compared to 5.1% in Texas
  • Four of the 61 districts (out of the 1,200 districts evaluated) in Texas to receive a distinction designation for postsecondary readiness are Harmony districts. Postsecondary readiness is the only distinction at the district level.

    The four districts are:
    • Harmony Science Academy - Houston
    • Harmony Science Academy - El Paso
    • Harmony School of Excellence - Houston
    • Harmony School of Science - Houston

To access accountability reports and search for your district/campus, please visit the TEA website, and follow the instructions.

TEA website: 2018 Accountability Rating System

2018 Federal Report Cards

Federal Report Cards for the state, district, and campuses are available on the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) website.

Each LEA that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for disseminating the State, LEA and campus-level report cards to all LEA campuses and parents of all enrolled students and making the information widely available through public means such as posting on the Internet, distribution to the media, or distribution through public agencies.

At a minimum, the LEA must —

  • post direct links to the State, LEA, and campus report cards on its web site,
  • make hard copies available to parents on request,
  • make hard copies available for viewing in public locations, and
  • notify parents of ALL students about the availability of the report cards and the options for obtaining them.

LEAs must make the federal report card information readily accessible to the public and parents must be notified of the availability of the federal report card information no later than March 4, 2019.

2017 - 2018 Federal Report Cards:

TEA website: Federal Report Cards

Harmony Public Schools Annual Reports

The Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.306, requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the TAPR, district accreditation status, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, and information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Harmony Public Schools annual reports can be found at the links below. Paper copies are available at the district’s administration office and at HPS Central Office.

Texas Academic Performance Reports

Texas Academic Performance Reports were compiled by TEA for every district and campus using PEIMS and student assessment data. The TAPR combines details of district and campus academic performance with financial reports and information about staff, programs, and demographics. Prior to the 2012–13 school year, TAPR was known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports.

Public Hearings

The Texas Education Code (TEC §39.306), requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the PDF TAPR, campus performance objectives, district accreditation status and any distinction designations awarded, the district’s current special education compliance status (included in the district PDF TAPR cover page), information on violent or criminal incidents and prevention policies, information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and any supplemental information.

TAPR public hearing is scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 22, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. at:

Harmony Public Schools Central Office Building
9321 W Sam Houston Pkwy S
Houston, Texas 77099.

2018 - 2019 School Report Cards:

Report cards are in pdf format. To download Adobe Reader, please visit the Adobe Link will open in new window site

Community and Student Engagement Reports

House Bill 5 of the 83rd Texas Legislative Session included a local evaluation requirement that is referred to as Community and Student Engagement. The statute requires each district to evaluate and designate a performance rating for the district and each of its campuses in the district based on criteria set by a local committee (TEC 39.0545). The law requires that each district and each campus be assigned a rating of exemplary, recognized, acceptable, or unacceptable. The district and campus performance ratings must be reported annually to TEA through PEIMS, and made publicly available by August 8 of each year beginning with the 2013–14 school year.

The statute provides nine factors for which the district and each campus must be evaluated:

Fine arts, wellness and physical education, community and parental involvement, 21st century workforce development program, 2nd language acquisition program, digital learning environment, dropout prevention strategies, educational programs for GT students, and compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements.


Purchasing Department

Harmony Public Schools Purchasing Department extends a warm welcome to those wishing to do business with Harmony Public Schools and the affiliated schools that utilize our services.

HPS Purchasing Department requests that all prospective vendors register on our e-bid site in order for them to be notified of upcoming bids and submit bids in their respective fields.

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Public Information Request

Chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code, also known as the Public Information Act (PIA), gives the public the right to access certain government records, including records that pertain to the operation of Harmony Public Schools’ open-enrollment charter schools.

All requests must be submitted in writing and should contain:

  • Your name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Fax Number (if available)
  • Description of the information and/or document being requested.

Requests must be sent as follows:

By mail:

Harmony Public Schools
Legal Services
9321 W Sam Houston Parkway S
Houston, TX 77099

By fax:

(713) 777-8555

In person:

Harmony Public Schools
Legal Services
9321 W Sam Houston Parkway S
Houston, TX 77099

A response should be expected 10 business days after the request has been submitted.

Charges to the Requestor: HPS will assess fees to the requestor in accordance with applicable state law.

For more information about the Texas Public Information Act, please refer to the following link: Office of the Attorney General Open Records Division

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