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National Honor Society students are available to tutor HC students. To request a tutor, please email:
Provide student's name and contact information, subject and best date/time for tutoring. An NHS student will contact you.
Mu Alpha Theta, the Mathematics Honor Society, provides free tutoring for math students at all levels. To request a tutor, please email:
Provide student's name and contact information, subject and course, and best date/time for tutoring. A Mu Alpha Theta student will contact you.
Food Service Director Magazine recently announced the Best Food in School ranking for the country in 2015. Hunterdon Central was ranked #1 in New Jersey and #3 nationally.
Hunterdon Central's Counseling Services Department is pleased to host the 3rd annual Spring Admissions Panel on Tuesday, April 7 at 6:30 PM in the Auditorium.
The Polytech March 2015 Newsletter has been posted here.
Spring is the season for College Fairs, which are good opportunities to gather information about colleges without having to travel far from home. Please mark your calendars for the following College Fairs ...
The Counseling Services Department will host an Early College Planning Night for the parents/guardians of current freshmen and sophomore students on Thursday, March 26, at 6:30 PM in the Auditorium.
Six Hunterdon Central students have been named scholarship finalists by the National Merit Corporation, a national academic competition for recognition and scholarships.
Seniors Robyn Guo, Jeremy J. Mahr, Zoe E. Narvaez, Victoria L. Ou and Daniel Wang have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists.Senior Jonathan Spearman has been named a finalist for the National Achievement Scholarship.
Because of the school closing that occurred on March 5, Hunterdon Central will now be in session on Monday, March 30, 2015.
Hunterdon Central invites our community’s mathematics, science, engineering and technology professionals to bring their knowledge and experience of the STEM fields into our high school classrooms.
Pursuant to federal requirement N.J.S.A. 18A:7C-1, the New Jersey Commissioner of Education, with approval of the State Board of Education, is required to establish a program of standards for graduation from secondary school, and such a program shall include, “the development of a Statewide assessment test in reading, writing, and computational skills to be administered to all secondary school pupils”.
The 2015 Local Scholarship program has officially opened, with over 70 local scholarship opportunities available to the Class of 2015.