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Hudson going to  NJSBA STEAM Tank Finals

Hudson going to NJSBA STEAM Tank Finals

Henry Hudson Regional School Team Headed to the NJSBA STEAM Tank Finals in Atlantic City, New Jersey!

Free and Reduced Lunch Application packet

HHRS Assessment Schedule

2018-2019 Assessment Schedule

Teacher of the Year/Educational Professional of the Year

December Board Meeting Room Change

The December 12, 2018 Board of Education Meeting will be held in the music room.

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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