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2021-2022 Revised Safe Return to School Plan

2021-2022 Revised Safe Return to School Plan


Tri-District Review Newsletter

Click here to read the Tri-District review Newsletter!

Dr. Beams Introduction

Dr. Beams Introduction

The Tri-District Boards of Education voted last night to appoint Dr. Tara Beams as the next Superintendent of Schools, replacing Dr. Susan Compton, who announced in July that she will retire at the end of this school year.

Return of 5 days of school

Return of 5 days of school

The COVID Pandemic Response Committee met on March 24, 2021 and discussed the need for students to return to in-person instruction for five days a week.

Tri-District Meeting public Notice

Tri-District Meeting public Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Atlantic Highlands, Henry Hudson Regional and Highlands Boards of Education will hold a Special Meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, April 19, 2021.

Tri-District Schools Featured in NJSBA

Tri-District Schools Featured in NJSBA

The New Jersey School Boards Association released a Special Report featuring Tri-District schools.


HHRS School Store

Give someone a HHRS gift this holiday season! Check out the school store!

HHRS Class of 2022 Mask Sale Fundraiser

HHRS Class of 2022 Mask Sale Fundraiser

HELP STAY SAFE AND WEAR MASKS TO SHOW SCHOOL PRIDE! All money made will go to the HHRS Class of 2022.


Letter from Dr. Compton, Superintendent

Please see attached letter from Tri-District Superintendent, Dr. Compton announcing her intention to retire effective June 30th 2021.

Board Statement Regarding Regionalization

It is with great regret that we find ourselves having the need to respond to the “Open Letter to the Community regarding School Regionalization – July 2020”, which was published by the Mayors of Atlantic Highlands, Highlands and Sea Bright.

Tri-District Reopening Update

Tri-District Reopening Update

Superintendent letter on school reopening.

Board of Education RegionalizationStatement

Board of Education Regionalization Statement

Read the full statement from the Board of Education regarding Regionalization.


Superintendent Letter March 23rd

Superintendent Letter March 23rd Update regarding school closure extension.


Public Health-Related School Closure Plan

Public Health-Related School Closure Plan


Free and reduced lunch program information during school shutdown

Free and reduced lunch program information during school shutdown


Click here to Read the Spring Newsletter

Click here to Read the Spring Newsletter


School Closure Letter from the Superintendent


BOE Letter addressing regionalization

A letter from the Boards of Education of Henry Hudson Regional, Atlantic Highlands and Highlands addressing reorganization.


High School Planning Presentation

The presentation for 8th-10th-grade students and parents will be held on Monday January 27th, 2020. Read more for details.


A Message from Dr. Compton, Superintendent

Corona Virus Letter

Corona Virus Letter

Dr.Compton's Coronavirus letter to the community

HHRS 2020-2021 Assessment Notification

Henry Hudson Regional School District 2020-2021 Assessment Notification to Parents/Guardians

Yearbook Ordering and Ad Sponsorship Information

Information on ordering for your HHRS 2019-2020 Yearbook and how to purchase an ad spot in the yearbook.

Mrs. Kingsmore

A message from the principal

Henry Hudson Regional School is nestled atop a steep hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Highlands, NJ. This unique 7-12 school provides a rich selection of electives while also cultivating a rigorous curriculum highlighted by many Advanced Placement and honors courses in all major core content areas. The middle school offers Algebra I and Geometry Honors to students who are gifted in mathematics while also offering an Enrichment program in Language Arts and Science. The Science enrichment curriculum presents the students with STEM/STEAM problem-based learning opportunities with access to a Makerspace. Students often utilize the shoreline of Sandy Hook to explore nature and examine changes in the environment. Students who have an interest in the STEM/STEAM curriculum can apply to the STEM/STEAM Academy in 8th grade for high school. A teacher dedicated to the Academy serves as an instructor and mentor to the students for their four years in the Academy. With all of the math, science, engineering and art opportunities, students can select a pathway that interests them the most and engage in a Junior/Senior project with access to internships and experimentation. Students in the first Academy cohort were selected to compete in the regional competition of STEAM TANK provided by NJ School Boards and US ARMY. In 2017 Game Design and Development, math elective, was recognized by District Administration for a National Tech Xcellence Award...

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