Hunterdon Central Regional High School
84 Route 31
Flemington, NJ 08822
908-782-5727


Johanna S. Ruberto, Ed.D., Interim Superintendent

HCRHS District Vision:

Performance Excellence for Everyone

Hunterdon Central’s Online Program of Studies is a multi-media presentation
of the courses available in Hunterdon Central's academic program. 

Students, parents and school personnel can use this tool for
curriculum planning at Hunterdon Central.

The Online Program of Studies provides a complete guide to course offerings at the high school.
  Each academic department's page includes a list of course offerings, course descriptions,
a Course Sequence Flow Chart and a Course Sequencing Video,
featuring an overview by the department supervisor.


2017-2018 Program of Studies

Please click on the department name to view 2017-2018 course descriptions,
course sequence flow charts and videos for each academic department. 

Broadcast Technologies Courses
Business & Computer Education Courses

Design & Applied Technology Courses
English Courses
English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses
Family & Consumer Science Courses
Fine Arts Courses
Health & Physical Education Courses
Mathematics Courses
Multi-disciplinary Courses
Polytech Courses
Science Courses for Current Grade 8 Students
Science Courses for Current Grade 9, 10 & 11 Students
Social Studies Courses
Special Education Courses
World Languages Courses

The 2017-2018 HCRHS Program of Studies can also be downloaded and printed as a hard copy document. (Please note this document is 111 pages long.)  To download and print, please click:

2017-2017 HCRHS Program of Studies


ACADEMIC INFORMATION, PROCESS & PROCEDURES

Please click on the category name to access information about Hunterdon Central's
academic processes and procedures.

PROGRAM OF STUDIES OVERVIEW:

How to Use the Program of Studies
Introduction to the Program of Studies

SCHEDULING PARAMETERS:

Athletics
College Admissions Requirements
Course Work Taken Prior to High School
Grade Level Promotion Requirements
Graduation Requirements
Graduation Requirements Chart
Family Life Education
Post-Secondary Learning Opportunities

ACADEMIC INFORMATION & PROCEDURES:

Advancing a Course Level 
Advanced Placement Program
Class Level Changes
Class Rank
College Credit for High School Courses
Communication of Student Progress
Course Completion/Course Withdrawals
Course Levels
Drop a Course/Add a Course
Grading Scale
Incomplete Work
Option II
Outside Coursework for Additional Credit
Recording of Non-Traditional Coursework on Permanent Record
Remediation Courses
Student Assessments
Student Assistant Program
Student Records
Summer Institute

Transfer Student Transcript Conversion

Withdrawals