Click the image above to view the Senior Event’s Information website with documents, links, and dates.
Click HERE to review the PTSA Project Graduation Information 2016
Every two years, the North Hunterdon High School SADD club presents the Every 15 Minutes Program. This year, the program will be presented to the junior and senior classes on Tuesday, May 31 and Wednesday June 1, 2016. The Every 15 Minutes Program is an important presentation designed to save lives, which is why it is held the week of Senior Prom. The program includes a reenactment of a fatal car crash, which will be held on May 31st in front of the district administration office, so please do not be alarmed to see police, fire and rescue crews on campus that day. Please read through the following letter for more information – Every 15 Minutes Letter 2016. To learn more about the Every 15 Minutes Program, please visit: http://www.everyfifteenminutes.org/aboutus/
On May 23rd at 7:00pm in the theater, the North Hunterdon Education Foundation (NHEF) is sponsoring a talk on the College Application Essay. Ms. Lauren Christman, Lehigh University Assistant Director for Admissions for Hunterdon County, will present ideas on how to approach the essay. She will provide tips and examples of essays to help students begin this often-daunting task. All college-bound juniors and parents are encouraged to attend!
Immediately following the College Application Essay talk, the NHEF will host another Parent Chat. This month’s topic is: The College Admission Process: What To Do in the Summer Before Your Senior Year. (more…)
North Hunterdon High School will administer the New Jersey Biology Competency Test on May 25 and 26 to those students enrolled in biology. Please note that all students will arrive to school on May 25 and 26 at the regular time – we are running the normal bus schedule on these days (no delayed opening as in previous years). Please see further information from Principal Bergacs below regarding testing. (more…)
At its meeting on April 26, 2016, the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District Board of Education approved Mr. Jeffrey Bender as the new Superintendent of Schools, beginning July 1, 2016. He is replacing Dr. Frank Helies, who has served as Interim Superintendent since September 1, 2015. Dr. Charles M. Shaddow retired as Superintendent on August 31, 2015 after serving in the position for 17 years.
“The North Hunterdon-Voorhees Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Bender as Superintendent. Mr. Bender comes to NHV from Union Township where he has been the Superintendent since 2007. (more…)
North Hunterdon High School is proud to announce that a blood drive will be held in the Boy’s Gym on May 26, 2016 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Each year, our teachers, students, parents/guardians, and community members have come forward to help others through blood donations and we hope our community’s generosity will continue. While students who are seventeen and eighteen years old may donate legally without parental permission, we ask that they speak with their parents/guardians before donating, and that they obtain written permission, click here for form. We also extend a special invitation to our students who will be sixteen years old by May 26. With parental permission, sixteen-year-olds can donate in the state of New Jersey. In addition to filling out the permission slip above, they must also fill out the New Jersey Blood Services Parental Consent Form – click here. We hope to see you on May 26!
Click HERE to review the 2016 North Hunterdon HS Summer Athletic Camp Offerings.
Please click here for important information for graduation of the Class of 2016. The graduation ceremony will be held on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 7:00pm on Singley Field (weather permitting).
Once again this summer, the NH Education Foundation is offering College Essay Writing Sessions for rising seniors. These workshops will enable students to:
- Learn the essentials of how to write an effective common application essay or personal statement.
- Draft their essays during the course of the two-week workshop.
- Read sample essays, write about personal experiences to identify themes, brainstorm essay topics, anddraft scenes.
- Discuss writing techniques, and draft transitions and endings.
- Leave the four-day workshop with a working draft of their essay.
North Hunterdon High School has once again been ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the best high schools in the country for 2016. North ranks 875 nationwide, and 39th among New Jersey schools on the list. Click here for ranking. Thank you to our students and faculty and staff members for all of their hard work, which made this recognition possible!
All the varsity players will be wearing blue Autism Awareness shirts in school this Friday. The team has been briefed on what Autism is so if someone asks about it, they can shed some light to someone who does not know anything about it. We are emphasizing that by just saying “Hi” to someone with Autism you can make their day!.
Click HERE to review the article in the Courier News.
Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com from 2015 – waiting on 2016 article.
Click HERE to review the article on the Skyland Conference website.
Click HERE to review the GLAX Dorney Park Information. Valid ANY DAY from April 30th – October 30, 2016.
Congratulations to the “Golden Lions” Marching Band who performed this past weekend at Walt Disney World. The band performed on Saturday afternoon in the Magic Kingdom as part of the “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade”. The band’s performance was enthusiastically received by the large audience and garnered praise from Disney representatives.
Mr. Angeline, Mr. Hopta, and Mrs. McGourty wish to thank the band and color guard for their dedication in preparing for and executing an extremely successful four day excursion.
Please click here to read the Principal’s Newsletter for April 2016.
The Senior Prom will be held on Thursday, June 2, 2016 at the Imperia in Somerset. Tickets will go on sale online starting April 24th. Please click here for more information.
Because of the mild winter, the high school district currently has four unused emergency closing days in its calendar. The dates to give back these unused days have been determined. The high school district will be closed on the following dates:
- Thursday, March 24
- Monday, April 4
- Friday, May 27
- Friday, June 3
These dates are subject to change in the event an emergency closing is needed. Please note that the last day of school and graduation remains on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.
As a reminder, Thursday, June 2 will be a half day for students as the Prom is that evening.