- Harris Academy, a secondary school in Dundee, Scotland
- Harris Federation, a federation of secondary school academies in South London, England. Consisting of the following schools
- Harris Academy Bermondsey
- Harris City Academy Crystal Palace, the flagship academy of the Federation.
- Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich
- Harris Boys Academy East Dulwich
- Harris Academy Falconwood
- Harris Academy Merton
- Harris Academy at Peckham
- Harris Academy South Norwood
- Harris Academy Purley
- Harris Academy Chafford Hundred
- Harris-Stowe State University, Missouri
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