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primary mission at Harlem School of Technology, Inc. is to build a foundation of excellence and to be the preferred source of education by preparing competent graduates for technical careers.

In order to meet this mission, Harlem School of Technology will provide a well-balanced curriculum in an environment conductive to learning and delivered by qualified staff with an uncompromised commitment to excellence.

The School recognizes its responsibility to student learning. We are committed to keeping our students abreast with the rapid changes in technology and industry.

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