Between June 22 and September 1, the Counseling Services Department is open with a reduced counseling staff. Please email all questions and concerns directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2022-2023 schedules will be available on ASPEN in July. A listserve will be sent out at that time with more information.
Hunterdon Central's Fine Arts Department will host its Annual Arts Showcase, with an extensive gallery display of our talented students' art work.
Hunterdon Central Commons
Friday 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
This summer, Hunterdon Central will offer summer programs in a variety of subject areas, for both credit and enrichment. The programs, taught by Hunterdon Central's faculty, are small and will provide an excellent academic experience. Two different types of academic programs will be offered: Summer Institute Courses and Bridge Courses. Keep reading for detailed information about available courses and programs.
Cabaret, Hunterdon Central's school-wide talent show, is live on-stage for the first time in three years! Come to the Cabaret on Friday, May 6, at 7:00 PM in the Hunterdon Central Auditorium.
The show includes individual performance acts by students from all grade levels, emceed by senior students Will Barnes, Eric Tiber, and Glaks Vega. Cabaret also features performances by the HC Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, Chorale, Madrigals, Fiddlers, and more.
Tickets are $10 for general seating and can be purchased online here. All proceeds from ticket sales go to the Fine Arts Activity Fund.
On April 25, 2022 the Board of Education approved a proposed 2022-2023 Budget for Hunterdon Central. Click to view: NJ User Friendly Budget for HCRHS.
Click on the link to watch a video presentation of the proposed budget.
Congratulations to students of the month Aram Filipiak, Alec Grinbaum, Jack Brunetti, Ashley Gebhardt, James Holt, Kaitlyn Kozak, Julia Labbate, Jacob Lachow, Andrew Pfeifer, Victoria Brunetti, Henry Corbin, Laurel Hanrahan, Maria Ippolito, Tate Laferrera, Henry Wilkinson, Jane Boni, Marisa Bragg, Tobias Chernesky, Alexa Cook, Javyn Dennis, Maya Fetzer, Anna Hansson, Anna Hansson, Anna Hansson, and Rigo Salvatierra
Prevention Resources and the Raritan Township Police Department visited Central to give our students important information on cyber safety and cyber bullying. Click on the links to view powerpoint presentations on Cyber Safety & Your Digital Footprint by Prevention Resources and Cyber Crime & Cyber Safety by the Raritan Township Police Department.
Reminder: please use this form to report positive COVID-19 cases.
Please note that this form is to be used only to report positive COVID-19 cases. It is not intended to report a student absent from school.
COVID-19 has the following symptoms: fever (temperature of 100.4 or greater) or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. If your child experiences any of these symptoms, it is critical for them to stay home from school.
If you have any questions about symptoms, or any other concerns for you or your child, please consult your physician.
Hunterdon Central will host our annual Hunterdon County College Fair on Tuesday, March 22 from 6:30-8:30 PM on the 11/12 Campus (Junction Rd. entrance). We are excited to bring this event back to campus - and to announce that 110 colleges and university will be attending! View detailed information, including the list of attending colleges here: College Fair Guide.