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Posted January 9, 2011 From the Califon Crier

In the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Competition, the high school district had two seniors named as semi-finalists and 26 seniors named as commended students.  Students were chosen based on their scores from the 2010 Preliminary SAT (PSAT) exam or National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Commended students place among the top 5 percent of the 1.5 million students who entered the competition by taking either exam. Semifinalists have the opportunity to become finalists and receive a $2,500 scholarship.

The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce has named two of our students the winner and runner-up for Amazing Kids in Business competition. Cate Ronan from North Hunterdon High School was the winner for her business, “Angels to Africa.”  Jessica Bollman from Voorhees High School was the runner-up for her eBay business. Congratulations to Cate and Jessica!

Voorhees High School has a dedicated autism program for the first time this school year. The district’s autism program affords individuals the opportunity to receive an appropriate education in the least restrictive environment of their home district. This program streamlines students’ experiences to access the high school’s many varied curriculum options and extracurricular activities.  Beyond the most positive student-centered educational benefits, this program results in fiscal savings to the district of approximately $40,000 per student.

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