On Tuesday, June 12, 2018, the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District graduated a total of 687 students, 245 from Voorhees High School and 442 from North Hunterdon High School. We congratulate the Class of 2018 for all of their achievements thus far and we wish them good luck in their future endeavors.
School Elections are held annually in November in conjunction with the General Election. If you have any questions about School Elections, please contact Mary Melfi, County Clerk, at 908-788-1214 or email@example.com. The following seats on the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Board of Education are open next year. They will be listed on the ballot on November 6, 2018. Candidate […]
The Board of Education unanimously approved the final 2018-2019 budget at its meeting on April 24, 2018. The presentation from the public hearing and the user friendly format of the budget can be found on this webpage: http://www.nhvweb.net/index.php/boe-district-services/budget/.
We sincerely thank all of the parents, teachers, administrators, and community members who volunteered their time to participate in at least one of the three Strategic Planning meetings. At the final meeting on March 28, 2018, participants created goals and objectives for the district for the next five years. Action plans for these goals and […]
The Board of Education helds its annual Reorganization Meeting on January 3, 2018. Four new members were sworn in: Cheryl Allen-Munley, Shelley Crisologo, Robert Kirchberger and Heather Richards. The Board also selected its President and Vice President for 2018. Francis Goger was re-elected as President for a second year and John Melick was re-elected as […]
AMONG THE BEST
Both North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools are again among the Top High Schools in New Jersey, according to New Jersey Monthly, September 2016. North Hunterdon ranked 39th and Voorhees ranked 53rd out of 100 schools listed. For full list – NJ Monthly Magazine Sept 2016
Newsweek Magazine included the North Hunterdon-Voorhees District in its 2016 list of the top public high schools in the country. Out of 500 schools on the list, North Hunterdon-Voorhees ranked 233. Out of the 51 New Jersey schools to make the list, our district was 38th. Click here for full listing.
As part of its waiver for No Child Left Behind, the New Jersey Department of Education has listed the lowest and highest performing schools across the state. North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools were included among the Highest Performing schools in New Jersey, the only schools listed from Hunterdon County. Please click here to read the […]
The Washington Post has released its ranking of America’s Most Challenging High Schools for 2014. Out of the 2,025 schools included in the list, North Hunterdon ranked 809 and Voorhees ranked 1,135 overall. Out of the 121 New Jersey schools included in the list, North Hunterdon ranked 20th and Voorhees ranked 39th. To view the full list and how the […]