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- Clubs & ActivitiesA
- Health & SafetyA+
- Resources & FacilitiesB+
North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District is a top rated, public school district located in Annandale, NJ. It has 2,601 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District Reviews
The North Hunterdon/ Voorhees HS district was good. There is little to no diversity but the academics are excellent. The teachers are great although I felt under prepared for college once I graduated NHHS. The Honors/ AP students were definitely more prepared for college than those that just took advanced and CP courses. I liked that there are a lot of clubs/ activities to try out and the safety for these schools is immaculate, maybe a little too much. School culture was great and it felt like almost everyone was proud to be an NHHS lion. The classroom/ education facilities really need some updating. The sports facilities are all up to date, now just to fix the inside of the building (walking through the school feels very depressing because there are little to no windows anywhere). Science, math, english, arts, music, physical education, driver's education all have immaculate teachers.
North Hunterdon High School changed my experience with my education. I suddenly was involved with the school, and felt so welcome. The staff makes sure you are caught up with the other students, and can always accommodate to your learning needs. The extracurricular activities allows you to pick from so many and is a great way of making friends and meeting new people. We have so many good food options at school, from fruit options to sandwiches and salads. They offer out of school programs such as poly tech, which gives you experience focusing on one career and earning college credits towards when you graduate. Overall, North Hunterdon High School is an amazing school and I will miss it very much when I graduate.
My high school career at North Hunterdon High School was one that readied me for my future far more than I realized while I studied there. While I don’t believe that North Hunterdon is very diverse and did not expose me or ready me for what life outside of Hunterdon County is like, it did provide me with a safe space to develop and cultivate as a young person. I think that having the positive experience that I did at North Hunterdon is part of the reason that I chose to stay close to home for my first two years of college. I feel that if I had had a poor high school experience, I would have felt less confident in my potential here at home. I am truly grateful for this as going to community college has allowed me time to grow as an individual before deciding to finally transfer to a university in the Fall of 2020.