How do you qualify for the Raymond ‘‘Hap’’ Harrison Scholarship?

To receive the Harrison accolades, a recipient must possess many of the ideals and traits that Raymond Harrison instilled in Adam Leitman Bailey. The recipient must also demonstrate financial need and strong academic achievement, while at the same time pursuing Mr. Harrison’s deep-seated values of success and the desire to make the world a better

How did the Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship get started?

Adam Leitman Bailey endowed a scholarship in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, Raymond “Hap” Harrison. The scholarship has been awarded annually to New Milford High School graduates and law firm high school interns that will be attending university. Mr. Bailey graduated from New Milford High School in 1988.

Who is Raymond “Hap” Harrison?

Mr. Raymond ‘‘Hap’’ Harrison served as the head boys track and field coach for 31 years, Language Arts teacher for 33 years, and Coordinator of the Gifted and Talented Program for seven years from 2001 until 2008 at New Milford High School, located in New Milford, New Jersey. Raymond was named 2007’s North Jersey Track

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