Hunterdon Central ... when you have a choice.

Hunterdon Central Regional High School - two time National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence - can be your school choice in 2014!

Important Notice:  

The number of applications for the 2014-2015 school year exceeded the number of available seats.  In accordance with State guidelines, Hunterdon Central will hold a lottery to determine accepted and waitlisted students.  This lottery will be held on Monday, December 9, during the school day.  Parents/guardians will be notified by mail of the acceptance or waitlist status of their student, on or before December 20.

About Hunterdon Central:

  • The Academic Curriculum consists of approximately 226 general education courses, 46 honors level courses and 27 advanced placement courses.  Every course at the high school has been revised to be in alignment with the national common core curriculum standards. 

  • The high school also offers an alternative path to achieving high school success: the Twilight Program. Students receive individualized instruction, prepare for state standardized tests, and gain vocational skills while working toward the attainment of their high school diploma.

  • Technology is an integral part of a Hunterdon Central education, promoting increased academic engagement and a high level of skill development. The high school’s Bring Your Own Device Program allows students the option of using personally-owned devices within the high school’s learning environment.

  • Hunterdon Central offers student-athletes an Athletic Program of 33 highly competitive interscholastic sports teams. In 2008, 2011 and 2012, the athletic program was awarded the NJSIAA Group IV Shop Rite Cup for excellence in athletic performance and sportsmanship.

  • The high school also offers a strong Co-curricular Program of approximately 55 clubs and activities, including dramatics, student government, publications, service organizations, and award-winning choral and orchestral programs.

Transportation Information

  • Transportation of up to 20 miles will be provided to a student going to a choice school, if the student meets the eligibility requirements of state law and the transportation will cost no more than $884.
  • If the cost of the transportation will exceed that amount, the parent will be given the opportunity to pay the additional amount, or may choose to receive $884 as aid in lieu of transportation.
  • If the school is outside of the 20-mile radius, transportation will be the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians.
  • Information on choice school transportation, the definition of eligibility for transportation and procedures for applying for transportation services can be found here.  


Dana Kurilew
Supervisor of Counseling Services


Click to view, download & print: NJ DOE School Choice Forms

Click to access:NJ DOE Interdistrict School Choice Website & Application Timeline

December 2, 2013

The parent/guardian must submit a School Choice Application to the Choice District by this date.


December 6, 2013

The Choice District must provide confirmation of enrollment to Resident District. 

December 13, 2013

District of Residence must verify confirmation of enrollment to Choice District.

December 20, 2013

Choice district sends Notices of Conditional Acceptance or Rejection to students.

January 6, 2014

Notice of Intent to Enroll Form must be received by the Choice School.