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With An Eye on the Future.

Harvey's technology department continually strives to develop and implement the necessary systems, equipment, and tools to support classroom goals and to allow our students to explore.

The Krasne Project, named for Board of Trustees member Charles A. Krasne, enables Harvey to provide the most current technology for students and teachers alike. In September of 2014, an entirely new area was created to function as a combined Robotics Lab and Makerspace complete with 3D printers, computers and iPads, as well as more traditional construction tools and electronics. This space is available to all Harvey classes so that students can design, create, and assess prototypes and products to enhance learning.

In 2018, we expanded on our technology initiatives with the creation of a dedicated robotics lab in the Middle School.


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Student building a robot

Sound Recording Studio

Harvey's state-of-the-art Sound Recording Studio offers students the opportunity to record their own original music tracks. Students are welcome to work on music during the academic day in the new studio located on the lower level of The Walker Center for the Arts.

The studio is equipped with a Presonus Channel Mic, Focusrite Audio Interface, a DBX Compressor/Gate, and an MXL Mic Bundle, as well as LogicPro from Apple running on an Apple iMac. The studio was funded by the Krasne Project, named for Board of Trustees member Charles A. Krasne. 

Student getting ready to record a song

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