Harding High School Health Services

  • Harding High School Nurse's Office

    Harding High School provides nursing services to students to enhance educational achievement by the modification or removal of health-related barriers to learning. Additionally, the nurse's office assists students to be self-sufficient in managing their healthcare within age appropriate expectations, thereby preparing all students for life.

    Health Start School-based Clinic

    Health Start Clinic is available to all St. Paul high school students, whether they have medical insurance or not.

    Health Start staff includes: Nurse practitioners, Social workers, Nutritionists, Health educators, Medical Assistants

    Health Start provides—

    Medical care including check-ups, sports physicals & immunizations; care for illness, injuries, asthma, acne & other common teen concerns; reproductive health such as pregnancy and STI prevention & testing.

    Mental health assessment, diagnosis, counseling, psychotherapy, consultation; someone to talk to and receive support from.

    Nutrition counseling for weight loss or gain plans, anemia, sports nutrition, healthy eating habits, & developing positive food relationships.

    Individual health education and classroom education on decision making and relationships, puberty & reproductive health, stress management, sleep & relaxation, smoking cessation, pregnancy prevention & prenatal education.

    Location: We are next to the school nurse’s office.

Contact Information

  • Tom Stinson
    School Nurse
    (651)744-3193
    (651)793-4757 (fax)
    thomas.stinson@spps.org

    Nurse's Hours
    7:30 am - 2:00 pm daily

Health Start Clinic

  • Direct line: (651)778-2884 

    Hours:  Monday-Friday during school hours
    Students are usually seen 7:30-2:30 via scheduled appointments or by walk-ins.