HS Information Night

Haddon Heights Course Information Night for 8th graders attending Haddon Heights High School next year as 9th graders will take place at Merchantville School on Wednesday, January 15th from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Haddon Heights Jr./Sr. High School continues to be proud of its tradition of excellent academic performance and high standards for all students. The high number of students who move on to post-secondary education and the military continues to be competitive nationally. Students and staff have access to current technology to assist teaching and learning. Students are participants in Google Classroom where they can share and interact with other students and teachers in a learning environment that opens up opportunities outside the classroom walls. Students, parents, and professional staff focus on the academic pursuits that prepare the students to enter high school as confident learners. Elective courses and our extra-curricular programs ultimately prepare each student to become a well-rounded learner, equipped to meet the challenges they will face in high school and the world. 2019-20 Program of Studies.

Garnet Bands Win

The Haddon Heights High School Marching Band and Color Guard - one-third students from Merchantville - won the USBands State Championship on November 3rd. They also were awarded Best Guard, Best Percussion, Best Visual, and Best Effect with their show, Keys of Life. This is the 2nd year in a row winning they have won the title and look forward to the Independence Class Championships sponsored by the The Cavalcade of Bands, a non profit organization composed of over one hundred member schools coming together to compete on the interscholastic level at West Chester University next Saturday, November 9th.

You've Been Flocked!

Oh No! Flocking is happening in Merchantville! 3HS (Haddon Heights) Field Hockey, which includes five players from our town, has started their annual flamingo flocking fundraiser. Please be on the look out for these territorial birds! There's only one group trained to remove them from your lawn and for a donation, that expert team will move them to a neighbor or a friend's lawn. So, if they land at your house just follow the instructions by your mailbox.

 
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