Please see the following update from College Board regarding SAT:

As the College Board responds to the impact of coronavirus, our top priorities are the health and safety of students and educators. We’re working hard to make the SAT available in school and out of school as soon as the public health situation allows.

Right now, public health officials have made clear it is not safe to gather students in one place. Many states have closed school for the rest of the academic year, and globally there are widespread school closures across 192 countries. As such, we will not be able to administer the SAT and SAT Subject Tests as planned on June 6, 2020.

Students will have opportunities to take the SAT to make up for this spring’s lost administrations. If it’s safe from a public health standpoint, we will provide weekend SAT administrations every month through the end of the calendar year, beginning in August. This includes a new administration in September and the previously scheduled tests on August 29, October 3, November 7, and December 5.

Students will be able to register for these administrations beginning in May. We’ll communicate directly with students when the exact date is available. Eligible students will be able to take the exam with a fee waiver. Students who were registered for June and those in the high school class of 2021 who do not have SAT scores will have early access to registration for the August, September, and October administrations.

Due to the administration cancellations this spring, we expect there will be a high demand for the SAT administrations later this year. We’re calling on our member schools and colleges, as well as local communities, to open their doors and provide additional test center capacity so every student who wants to can take the SAT.

Please email Ms. Scott if you have any additional questions.

AP students and families, College Board has provided updated information regarding this year’s AP exams. At the following link, please find the testing schedule and additional information. As soon as information is available about testing for students with approved accommodations, we will communicate with eligible students directly.

Please contact your AP teachers or Ms. Scott if you have any questions about AP exams.

Dear HSI Katy Parents, 

Principal Message Video: Video Message

Principal Mercan is sharing this video message that we sent to our Class of 2020 families today. We recognize that there are many uncertainties in front of us and we know our seniors are especially concerned about how they will conclude their time in HSI Katy.

We are committed to keeping our entire HSI Katy families informed every step of the way. 

Thank you for your continued support.

I wanted to take just a minute to talk to our seniors, the class of 2020 and their families. As we go through this Coronavirus pandemic, there’s a lot of uncertainties right now. At the same time, I’m hearing from many of you having questions about what the rest of your senior year might look like, and those questions really touch my heart. I know that there are many things such as senior trip,  senior prom, graduation on your mind right now. Because you spent the last thirteen years preparing for this very special time of your life.


There truly is nothing that I, or anyone, can say to make up for the time you are losing in what is supposed to be one of the best years of your life.  Although we do not know what the rest of the year is going to look like, we want to assure you that we are dedicated to giving you the best experience as you finish your time with us here at HSI Katy.


We are currently closed until further notice and we are uncertain when we are going to reopen as a school district. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic that overbears us, forcing us to close schools for an undetermined period of time, we are dedicated to ensuring that our students will graduate from high school ready for a career, college, and life. You ARE ready, and everyone in the Harmony Public School System is going to help you get to the finish line. 


Unfortunately due to the uncertainty of the situation, we are faced with events that were planned such as the senior banquet, retreat, and prom are postponed or canceled. If you would like to propose any virtual engaging ideas for the remainder of senior year, please fill out this google form. Ideas can be a weekly virtual check-in with the class, tea party via google hangouts, virtual competitions, anything creative!

Here is the form:


Graduation will be postponed to a date in late July. When the new graduation details are solidified, we will inform you of our new plans.


We understand that there may be families who are struggling financially due to closed businesses and for this reason, we want to offer families the choice to waive the graduation fee of $100. If you would like to waive the fee or if you have already paid the graduation fee and would like a refund, please email Ms.Hamadi, Mr.Mercan, and Mrs.Flores

Additionally, if you have not done so already, please email your baby pictures for the yearbook to and


If you need any help, guidance, advice, or simply just someone to talk to, please reach out to your college advisory or counselors. 

Stay home, and stay safe.


Thank you for your patience and cooperation with us. 

Harmony Public Schools is encouraging our families to take a few moments to complete the 2020 U.S. Census online, by phone, or mail.

The 2020 Census is a count of everyone who lives in the United States and its territories. The 2020 Census questionnaire asks a few simple questions like the age, sex, and the number of people living in your home.  Individual responses are confidential and cannot be used against you by any court or government agency.

When it comes to schools, the 2020 Census will determine funding for special education, teacher training, technology, school lunch assistance, Head Start and after-school programs. The census will also help determine funding for other important programs for families, such as maternal and child health programs, and housing, heating and food assistance.

People should count all children who live in their homes, including newborns and others too young for school. That’s important because responses to the census help schools plan for the resources they will need when the new generation of children is ready for school.

To begin, click here or call one of the numbers below, or look for the Census form in your mail.


  • English: 844-330-2020
  • Spanish: 844-468-2020
  • Chinese (Mandarin): 844-391-2020
  • Chinese (Cantonese): 844-398-2020
  • Vietnamese: 844-461-2020
  • Korean: 844-392-2020
  • Russian: 844-417-2020
  • Arabic: 844-416-2020
  • Tagalog: 844-478-2020
  • Polish: 844-479-2020
  • French: 844-494-2020
  • Haitian Creole: 844-477-2020
  • Portuguese: 844-474-2020
  • Japanese: 844-460-2020
  • English (for Puerto Rico residents): 844-418-2020
  • Spanish (for Puerto Rico residents): 844-426-2020
  • TDD (Telephone Display Device): 844-467-2020