Dear Future 5th Grade Parents,


We are excited to announce that, Harmony Mathematics Academy (HMA), is continuing at Harmony Science Academy – Sugar Land in 2020-2021 academic year for the students in the Gifted and Talented program and High achievers among rising 5th graders. This opportunity is intended to challenge our students through content acceleration and advancement, especially in Mathematics. We are planning to extend the program all the way up to 12th grade over the years.


The HMA program is for students who would like to excel in Mathematics at a fast pace. In order to ensure the success in this challenging program students will be selected based on their skills and achievements in Mathematics. Student selection criteria will include NWEA MAP scores, previous year`s STAAR performance, teacher recommendation, and student interest. Students selected to participate in the program will be placed in one section as a cohort for an advanced curriculum beyond the grade level expectations.

The completion of an application does not guarantee acceptance into the HMA program due to the selection criteria. Only those students who meet the eligibility criteria and demonstrate a strong desire along with good work ethics to participate in the HMA program will be accepted.

Interested students and parents must fill out the application form meeting campus deadline, July 10th 2020. This application form becomes an agreement and also ensures that both the student and parents understand program requirements. Below you will find program details.

Selection criteria


  • Timely submitted application (MUST meet the deadline, NO EXCEPTIONS)
  • Top 30 ranking student average scale scores in Math STAAR 2019, Fall NWEA MAP Mathematics and Winter NWEA MAP Mathematics of 2019-2020
  • Teacher recommendation (4th Grade Math teachers)
  • If there are more qualified candidates than the available spots in the program, eligible students will be ranked based on average scale scores and will be placed on the waiting list.


Program success and student performance


Besides the selection criteria, other program components will be considered to ensure student success in the program. Other program components include the following.

  • Period of probation: Students acceptance is on a probationary basis tied to their ability and success in the program. Students who earn a C average within each reporting period will be placed on probation for two weeks and parents will be informed. Should the student fail to earn a B or above will be dropped from this program and will be placed in a general education program.
  • Due to the workload and accelerated nature of the program students are expected to have outstanding study habits including timely submission of all assignments and initiate self-study.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Sultan Chandler –

Rasim Damirov –


We will be hosting a parent information session on July 29th 2020 (Details of this session is TBA). We look forward to seeing you.



Afreen Merchant – Principal

Harmony Science Academy – Sugar Land


Please click the link below to print the application form.

HSA Sugar Land HMA 2020-2021 Application Form

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Despite the uncertainty of face to face or online education for the academic year 20-21 HSA-SL will continue to provide a robust education to our students.  In light of that, all students will need school supplies to learn and be successful.  Please see the following information regarding EPI/School Supplies and Uniform Sales.

School supplies may be ordered through EPI by clicking here and entering our school code:  HAR223.  Be sure you are choosing supplies for the grade level your student will be in during the 2020-2021 school year.  Orders may be made now through June 14, 2020.  Late orders start June 16th – July 3rd with a price increase.  A list of each grade level school supplies is also available on the school website.

Uniforms may be purchased online utilizing RevTrak or in-person on campus.

Note: You will not be allowed to touch or try on the uniform prior to purchase due to safety regulations.  Uniform sizes will be displayed behind the glass in the front office.  Also, all sales will be FINAL – No Returns and No Exchanges.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Please follow the schedule below to purchase uniforms at the campus.

  • Monday, June 1, 2020

o   9:00-12:00 – Kindergarten

o   1:00-3:00 – First Grade

  • Tuesday, June 2, 2020

o   9:00-12:00 – Kindergarten

o   1:00-3:00 – Second Grade

  • Wednesday, June 3, 2020

o   9:00-12:00 – Kindergarten

o   1:00-3:00 – Third Grade

  • Thursday, June 4, 2020

o   9:00-12:00 – Kindergarten

o   1:00-3:00 – Fourth Grade

  • Friday, June 5, 2020

o   9:00-12:00 – Kindergarten

o   1:00-3:00 – Fifth Grade

Credit Card is the preferred method of payment; however, Check/Money Orders will be accepted as a form of payment with valid Drivers License information written on the check.

If you have any questions you may reach out to Ms. Villagomez at, Mrs. Osman at, or Mrs. Gentry at

Thank you,

HSA-SL Administration and Staff

Dear Parents and/or Guardians,

Our campus will be offering a STEM Summer Camp for our campus students attending K-5th grade levels. This program will be beneficial with STEM hands-on enrichment kits and materials designed for each grade level that will boost students’ creativity and innovative skills.

HSA – SL STEM 2019-2020 Summer Camp will be held online starting Monday, June 22nd, 2020 through Friday, June 26th, 2020 using Google Classrooms. Classes will be held in 2 sessions, Session one from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and session two from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Your student will be assigned either session 1 or 2 based on first come first serve. Please click here to submit the Google form by Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 to place your student’s name on the list of children who will attend 2019-2020 STEM Summer Camp.  As mentioned enrollment is based on first come first serve and we will NOT be able to take additional students once we meet our cap, therefore please do not wait until June 16th to sign up. HSA – SL will inform you via email by June 19th, 2020 if your student is accepted into the camp based on first come first serve.


Expectations for HSA – SL 2019 – 2020 Distance Learning STEM Summer Camp

  1. STEM Summer Camp is free, 5 days long, and accepting students from K-5th grades on First Come First Serve basis.
  2. Students MUST attend all Google classroom sessions and virtual reflection and showcasing activities.
  3. Parents MUST be available between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm depending on the session assigned to your student. NO, you will not be allowed to choose the session times as it is on a first come first serve basis. Parents MUST be available to assist their students while they are online.
  4. Individual STEM Kits will be provided to each student and MUST be picked up from HSA – SL campus during the designated days and times. No EXCEPTIONS! Please honor the designated day and time scheduled for pick up. Students MUST be able to work independently with these kits while receiving guidance from their STEM teachers via google classroom and under their parents’ supervision.
  5. Students who need chromebooks will be provided chromebooks from campus during the STEM kits distribution days/times and students will need to return chromebooks at the end of the STEM Camp. Chromebooks belong to the school and MUST be returned in the working condition that they were received.
  6. STEM kits are for students to keep.


HSA – SL 2019 – 2020 STEM Summer Camp Schedule

Please note that parents MUST be available to supervise and assist students each day.

Session 1

9:00 am – 10:00 am: Teacher Instruction for lessons/activities (online with a parent, teacher, and student)

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Students work on their projects independently under parents’ supervision

11:00 am – 12:00 pm: Students reflect and showcase their work online with their peers, teacher, and parents


Session 2

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Teacher Instruction for lessons/activities (online with a parent, teacher, and student)

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm: Students work on their projects independently under parents’ supervision

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Students reflect and showcase their work online with their peers, teacher, and parents


If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please contact our 2-5 Academic Dean, Mr. Damirov at




HSA – SL Administration