Hunterdon Central is committed to providing a diverse and in-depth curriculum, developed to meet the needs of every student in the regional high school district.
Our goal is to produce responsible, caring, and ethical citizens who value self development, think critically about issues, communicate and collaborate effectively, and apply academic knowledge to authentic situations and display mastery of curriculum as defined by the State of New Jersey
To achieve this, Hunterdon Central offers an academically rigorous curriculum that includes 208 general education courses, 46 honors level courses, 22 advanced placement courses and 36 special education courses. The 2012-2013 Program of Studies, which includes complete information and details on all courses included in Hunterdon Central's curriculum.
Hunterdon Central also offers a number of alternative pathways to academic success, created to offer additional and varied options for academic achievement, which were developed to fulfill the needs and requirements of a diverse student population These include Alternate Credit Pathways and the Twilight Program.
The high school follows academic procedures and processes outlined in the 2011-2012 HCRHS Handbook and distributed to every student at the beginning of each school year. It contains Hunterdon Central's academic processes and procedures, such as academic conduct and intellectual integrity, co-curricular eligibility, course changes, course withdrawals, grading scale, graduation requirements, etc.
Questions about Hunterdon Central's academic program or procedures, should be directed to:
Interim Director of Curriculum
Questions about specific courses should be directed to the appropriate academic supervisor. To view contact information for academic supervisors, click here.