93% of our scholars are living in poverty.
100% are expected to excel.
And overwhelmingly they do.”

Our Results

The Harvest Network of Schools is widely recognized for its progress in closing the achievement gap. We regularly evaluate our progress and adjust our approach using academic interventions to ensure our scholars are on track. 

 

2011-2013 “MMR” rankings. The Minnesota Department of Education’s “MMR” rating incorporates academic proficiency, student growth and achievement gap reduction.

2011-2013 “MMR” rankings. The Minnesota Department of Education’s “MMR” rating incorporates academic proficiency, student growth and achievement gap reduction.

Our Demographics

Harvest Network of Schools is located in the north Minneapolis community, where most of our scholars come from. Most scholars are African American and low-income; almost all will be the first in their families to attend college. 

  • Number of Scholars: 1,269            
  • North Minneapolis Residents: 59%

Gender Breakdown

Racial Breakdown

English Language Learners (ELL)

Free or Reduced-Price Lunch (FRL)