The National Merit Scholarship Program recognized a number of students from the class of 2019 (11 commended students, 2 semifinalists, 2 finalists and 1 National Merit Scholar). In 2018 US News and World report ranked HMHS 25th in the state and 597th in the nation. New Jersey Magazine also ranked HMHS as 6th in the state.
|White|| 88% |
|Black|| 2% |
|Asian|| 4% |
|Hispanic|| 3% |
|American Indian or Native Alaskan|| 0% |
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander|| 0% |
|Multiracial|| 2% |
|Female|| 49.4% |
|Male|| 50.6% |
|Economically disadvantaged students|| 2% |
|Students with disabilities|| 17% |
|English learners|| 0% |
|Homeless students|| 0% |
|Students in foster care|| 0% |
|Military-connected students|| 1% |
|Migrant students|| 0% |
|Grade||Percent of total students||Students|
|9th Grade|| 27% ||231|
|10th Grade|| 24% ||211|
|11th Grade|| 24% ||209|
|12th Grade|| 25% ||217|
|Incidents per year|
|Harassment, intimidation, and bullying||1|
|Days absent||Percent of students|
|0 days|| 7% |
|1 to 5 days|| 47% |
|6 to 10 days|| 29% |
|11 to 15 days|| 10% |
|Over 15 days|| 7% |
|English|| 97.1% |
|Other|| 2.9% |
Learn more about Haddonfield Memorial High School.
The Haddonfield School District nurtures, inspires and empowers every learner. In collaboration with our community, we nurture unique abilities and foster a climate conducive to taking risks in pursuit of excellence. We inspire lifelong learners to excel in their endeavors. We empower each other to be inclusive, flexible and critical thinkers in a global community.
Curriculum is maintained in Oncourse with maps that portray the rigorous and differentiated curriculum offered to our students. HMHS Offers 16 Accelerated Courses and 23 AP Courses. Canvas, the learning management system, is used as an online course support system.Ã HMHS offers a course selection evening program where parents and students learn about sequencing, levels and new programs. Counselors meet individually with all students to develop their yearly courses and review transition goals.
Baseball (Boys), Basketball (Boys & Girls), Cheerleading (Coed), Cross Country (Boys & Girls), Diving (Boys & Girls), Field Hockey (Girls), Football (Boys), Golf (Coed), Lacrosse (Boys & Girls), Soccer (Boys & Girls), Softball (Girls), Swimming (Boys & Girls), Tennis (Boys & Girls), Track and Field - Spring (Boys & Girls), Track and Field - Winter (Boys & Girls), Wrestling (Boys)
HMHS holds an annual club fair where students can explore the various organizations and groups that work towards a common cause.Service based clubs include Stand with Camden,Interact and Leo Club.Our NHS, Peer Leadership, Peer Mentors and Peer Tutor clubs enable students to develop leadership skills while providing a service for others.HMHS offers 52 clubs.Peer Bias Leaders, 50/50 Gender Club, Anti-Bias, and Lead for Diversity clubs work with staff to educate and promote equality and acceptance.
HMHS participated in a district wide strategic planning with staff, students, administration and community members. This was approached systemically: Teacher leadership teams were developed by the department to focus on department needs and professional development and curriculum writing. Monthly meetings are held and focus on the strategic plan goals for Social Emotional Learning, Contemporary Learning and Cultural Competency. The goal is to make sure students have greater supportive access to their teachers and peers and that they are engaged in authentic learning experiences to support a healthy mind. Focus on implementing 1:1 technology into the classroom, canvas training, Promethean Board and staff SEL workshops.
HMHS uses Naviance which is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation. Over 97% of the Class of 2019 continued their education at the postsecondary level. Students are invited to attend a junior parent night during their junior year to give them a background of the college application process. Seniors are also invited to attend the college-on site acceptance program. 5% (11 students) of the Class of 2019 attended Ivy League schools. All Counselors present in classes and provide information of transcript requests, application checklist, Naviance profile, financial aid, college websites, SAT/ACT, deadlines and common apps. HMHS completed a four year college graduation data analysis to assure preparation for college and review program options.
Inclusive education is a hallmark in the Haddonfield School District. Students with special needs have study skill supports. This allows them to seek additional accommodations, support and services. Peer tutoring is available to all students at HMHS. We also provide a peer mentor program that assists with new students and incoming students transitioning to the high school.Counseling services and Social worker services are available for all HMHS students. I&RS team meets once a month or as needed to review referred students, develop an action plan and track student progress once supports are in place. There is a continuum of supports available pending student needs. Monthly clinical team meetings to address individual student needs and coordinate outside and in school services
Students must take 4 years of PE/Health courses in order to meet graduation requirements. Food and Nutrition, Yoga/meditation and Dance courses are also offered. Host an annual Wellness day at the end of the school year which promotes physical activity, positive mental health and healthy eating. The students participate in different activities across school grounds. Our courtyard houses many educational booths. Annual Flu Clinic and Drug Awareness Week are both run by the school nurse where she goes into health classes to discuss gateway drugs, opioids and vaping.Ã She provides direct care, screenings and referrals for health conditions; promotes healthy environment; and coordinates services with parents and staff. Breakfast and lunch is available to students everyday.
Parents have access to their childÃ¢ÂÂs courses and grades via Genesis and canvas.Ã PTA are very involved- Dances and Spirit Week to end of year activities and the post graduation party. Quarterly meetings with HS administration and PTA to discuss new initiatives, programs and concerns.Ã Power of One Walk for breast cancer awareness month. Parents are included in climate and culture committee and weekly news reports go home to parents. Parents are included in the interview process for new staff, student BOE representative interview, teacher of the year nomination and scholarship committees.Ã Haddonfield Municipal Alliance coordinates programs for students in regard to drugs and alcohol. Monthly Security Drills take place with the fire department and police department. Special Education department hold monthly SEAC meetings. Students work with community members of the Lions Club, Rotary and Fortnightly for fundraising and community initiatives
Computer Labs, Science Labs, Choir Room, Band Room, Art Rooms, Library, 2 Gyms, Auditorium, Stadium/Track/Turf, Cafeteria, Kitchen, Faculty Lounge, Dance Studio, Costume Room, 2 Courtyards, Grass Fields, Baseball/Softball Diamonds, Parking Lot, Locker Rooms, NurseÃ¢ÂÂs Office, Athletic TrainerÃ¢ÂÂs Office
Monthly security drills, climate and safety committee (quarterly meetings), Safety coordinator, Monthly safety meetings with district safety coordinator, community members and school representatives. Updated interior and exterior locks.Ã Consultation with Burrough
Added 1:1 chromebooks, classroom promethean boards, IPad cart, Robotics club, STEM club, Intro to Computer Science, AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, Intro to Engineering.Ã Utilize canvas for flexible online learning and supports.
HMHS had one exchange student last year from China. He was able to spend the year familiarizing himself with American culture and education. Ran a German Exchange program (GAP) where 15 HMHS students hosted 15 German students for two weeks. Established a bell committee to review the school day structure to optimize student learning while addressing SEL supports. Students receive daily announcements, parents receive weekly newsletter as well as the board of education. Student Peer Bias Leaders run Human Dignity units during homeroom with the entire student body to promote equity and cultural competency. Received the No Place For Hate recognition from the ADL. Student assembly with Mykee Fowlin on acceptance and equity. Students raised $28,000 during spirit week activities and fundraising. The National Art Honor Society works with the community to beautify town library. Drama Club hosts a free viewing of their fall and spring production to senior citizens. Implemented vape out campaign working with the Borough to educate HMHS students on the dangers of vaping. Implemented LinkIT benchmarks to drive instructional decisions.