The Trenton Thunder baseball team and the NJEA sponsored an essay contest called “My hero works at school.”
Kittatinny Regional High School and High Point Regional High School Best Buds programs joined forces to put on a toe tappin’ presentation.
June 1, 2017 was a very productive day at Kittatinny Regional High School.
Congratulations to Kittatinny Senior, Anna Seifried!
The KRHS InterAct Club is once again working to help another cause.
Please have a heart and join us on May 31st to donate blood.
Ronald McDonald Houses are homes near hospitals where families can stay for free while their child is in the hospital.
On May 19th, Jolene Hegarty was recognized by the New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA).
Two KRHS teams won at the Junior Solar Sprints on May 16th.
On May 16, the KRHS Junior High School Student Council invited the teachers and staff to a thank you “tea.”
Barbie and Ken bravely bungee jumped to help the Kaleidoscope classes learn more about Physics.
On May 9, Kittatinny art students attended a Raku Firing workshop at Peter’s Valley.
KRHS hosted a workshop on the Next Generation Science Standards.
Your blood donations are needed. Please donate if you can.
Ten KRHS students were selected to attend the Miles Austin Student Athlete Conference at the Bergen County Community College on May 8th.
The Kittatinny Music Department would like to invite the public to our spring concerts.
The Center for Prevention held a Public Service Announcement contest. The theme was “Free to Be Me, Alcohol Free.”
Kayla Boccuzzo was selected by the Newton Rotary to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference at Drew University.
Who isn’t impressed by this brave little girl who willingly allowed a snake to drape across her shoulders while she stood to take a picture of this courageous event.
May 1, 2017 is Law Day and this year’s theme was “The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.”
The Junior High Student Council is gearing up for the annual “Stuff the Bus” food drive, which begins Monday, May 1.
Anyone who has ever spent time lying in a hospital bed knows how slowly the time passes, but for a sick child it must feel like an eternity.
Blood donations at KRHS on May 31st from 8:30 am -2:30 pm. All donors welcome!
For Earth Day 2017, the KRHS Interact Club and the McKeown Elementary School fifth grade students created “Save the Earth” designs on reusable, canvas totes.
Eighth grade Kittatinny Kaleidoscope students explored roller coaster design through a computer simulation from the Science of Disney Imagineering...
The KRHS students in Mr. Tom Miller’s Anthropology class have been working diligently on a long-term research project regarding ancient civilizations.
Ciana Roman a junior at Kittatinny Regional High School was selected to perform at the All-Eastern Division Convention for National Music Educators in Atlantic City.
The New Jersey Technology Association (TSA) held their annual competition at the College of New Jersey.
Every year, the American Legion invites students to participate in a one-week summer program to create a mock government and better understand the democratic process of the United States.
Kittitanny art students participated in the 2017 Montville Mudd Exhibition on March 16, 2017.
Kittatinny Regional High School is flourishing with many talented students.
Talented New Jersey art students are selected to participate in the NJ State Youth Art Month Exhibit.
4,200 students auditioned for the opportunity to perform with the ACDA National Treble and Junior High Honors Choir.
Annika Johnson, a member of the KRHS InterAct club, donated her time to help the McKeown Elementary School fourth grade students create various toys for dogs and cats.
A big thank you to Mrs. Heather Mate and her KRHS senior health classes for creating another successful community awareness event.
It’s official! Taylor Cooper will be playing Lacrosse for the Albertus Magnus College Falcons in New Haven, Connecticut this fall.
Congratulations to Lauren Wrigley for being selected as the KRHS 2017 Caring Award Student of the Year.
The Kaleidoscope Classes would like to thank all the Cougars for pitching in to make their Lantern Festival a huge success for the Solar Electric Light Fund or SELF.
On March 15, 2017, KRHS students signed a pledge to be the first generation to be tobacco free.
Please join us for this free evening of information on March 21, 2017 at 6:30 pm.
The FBLA or Future Business Leaders of America is a club that you can participate in throughout your life.
The Kittatinny Players will be performing “Seussical the Musical” and are expecting
Mrs. DeMartini, Ms. Murray and the KRHS team will be participating on May 25, 2017 in “the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey’s 7th Annual ‘U Got Brains Champion Schools Program’
The Hampton Township Rotary chooses students who volunteer and promote community service.
While many students were out enjoying the unseasonably warm weather this past weekend, one student willingly subjected himself to the frigid conditions of the Atlantic Ocean.
2017 Junior High District Choir and Band includes some KRHS choir and band members as well as select elementary students from our sending districts.
Every day, we flip a switch and we have light. Every day, we brush our teeth. Every day, we go to the refrigerator to get something to eat.
Students in Mr. Mate’s woodworking classes learn so much more than building birdhouses.
Per the American Heart Association: “Our mission can be summed up in one challenging 10-year goal:
On Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 3:00 pm at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, two KRHS students, Maddie Sellers and Jessica Thompson, will be performing in the New Jersey Music Educators Association All-State Bands and Treble Chorus Concert.
Mr. Anderson’s class traveled back in time to the late 1600’s when Pirates ruled the seas.
Statistics show that almost sixty percent of all primates are threatened with extinction.
The Kittatinny Regional High School will hold its annual Prom Expo on February 24th.
Maya Angelou’s famous quote reminds us all encourage one another.
I had the opportunity to spend some time with Mrs. Tooker’s Clothing I and II Classes today. I genuinely admired the talented, young women in this course.
To audition for the American Choir Directors Association All-State Honors Choir, you must sing into an MP3 player some cappella, two vocalise/scales and a solo of the beginning of “Scarborough Fair.”
On February 4th at Clifton High School over six hundred students auditioned for a spot on the New Jersey School Music Association Region I Junior High Honors Choir.
Kittatinny students are constantly looking for ways to give to the community.
Mrs. Jones class received a lesson regarding the Fourth Amendment from Trooper Bambara on February 3rd.
Built, painted, and filled with flowers, these thoughtful blooms were created just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Mr. Ralph Tillinghast and Mrs. Erin Williams (an alumna of KRHS) employees of Picatinny Arsenal and STEM Outreach program came to Kittatinny Regional High School to share their love of inventing.
From January 23 through January 27, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) sponsored a week in which students can get the facts about drugs and alcohol from experts rather than from their friends and social media.
Congratulations to the fourteen Kittatinny Regional High School students selected for the North Jersey Region I Honors Choir.
Mr. Barry Caffrey has been selected as the KRHS 2017 Teacher of Year.
Mr. Shawn Tuit, KRHS School Psychologist, states, “Each and every student has taught me the importance of focusing on what is possible, to truly appreciate differences, to be optimistic, and to always see the glass as half full.”
What a great campus!
The Kittatinny Regional School District is in Year 5 of its participation in the New Jersey Interdistrict Public School Choice Program for the 2017-2018 school year. The program allows students who live within 20 miles from Kittatinny Regional High School
Peter’s Valley held their fifth annual gallery exhibit in which several high schools were invited to participate.
One of the elements which makes Kittatinny Regional High School so special is the support of its community.
Mrs. Heather Mate and her KRHS senior health classes put together a phenomenal evening of educational information to help raise awareness on many topics that touch our community today.
The assignment is through teamwork build a fort. Sounds simple, but there are some rules:
When you hear the term jousting who doesn’t think of two knights charging on horseback toward each other with their lances aimed at their opponent?
The Kittatinny Junior High Players will present Grease: School Version on Friday, February 3, 2017 and Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 7:07 pm in the KRHS Peter A. Mahler Theatre.
Students from the Kittatinny Regional High School Interact Club and third graders from the McKeown School
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Welcome to our redesigned website, Mr Bosworth has been working diligently to inspire our students. He has been the driving force behind the implemention of Google for Education.