Hospitality & Tourism Academy

The Harrison High School Hospitality Academy, now in its 8th year, provides Harrison students with career-ready skills to enter the workforce and pursue post-secondary training.

Students who enroll in our hospitality program begin their course of study during junior year.  This two year program allows students to train in-house under the instruction of our award-winning chef instructor, Joshua Murrell, earn nine college credits, and gain ServSafe certification.   

We partner with The National Restaurant Association ProStart Program, the HHS Business Department, and Hudson County Community College.  

For information about the HHS Culinary Program or if you are interested in enrolling, please fill out this form.

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Harrison High Unveils New
Vocational Training Culinary Program

Culinary ArtStarting in September 2015, Harrison High School will unveil its new vocational education program.

This new academic track will be available to rising sophomores interested in pursuing a career in the hospitality industry.

The program is being funded for the next three years by a substantial state grant Harrison Schools was recently awarded.

Student and parent meetings outlining the details of the program will be planned for the coming weeks.

Read the full Observer article HERE.