KRHS Blood Drive: Please Donate.
Congratulations Kittatinny Players on another terrific performance!
Seven Kittatinny students have been chosen to perform in the New Jersey All-State Choir.
This is Halloween at Kittatinny. Check it out...
Katie Riva wins the DAR Good Citizenship award.
Kittatinny is holding a free concert. We hope you will attend.
Kittatinny students attend the fall student council conference.
Lauren Wrigley is on the list of top 90 girls sophomore soccer players. Please take a moment to vote for her.
Wheels for Walker is close to reaching their goal. Thank you to everyone who participated in this special event.
Check out some pictures from Teacher Appreciation day!
Congratulations, Joshua Taylor!
Kittatinny students visit Salem, Massachusetts.
Each year the anticipation builds as the “Week of Lights” begins.
The 2018 Kittatinny Homecoming King and Queen are...
Jefferson Township High School visited Kittatinny on Friday, September 21st, for their first SWAP event.
KRHS here are your ten nominees for Homecoming King and Queen.
Seniors of the Interact Club led the activities for the annual 9/11 day of service at Kittatinny Regional High School.
Congratulations to the Kittatinny Regional High School 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees.
Thank you Connect for Community!
Congratulations to our graduates!
Kittatinny's Interact Club receives an award.
Field trip to the Miles Austin Student Athlete Conference.
KRHS is fortunate to have the "Peters Valley Craftsmen at Work Program" send four talented artists to do in house artist demos for the students each year.
KRHS students attend the U Got Brains final showcase.
Here is a picture of the 2018 KRHS Prom Royalty.
7th grade students taking the challenge of engineering a garment...
The future of clothing is evolving.
Teachers and staff received a very special thank you from the KRHS Junior High Student Council.
Kittatinny Regional High School presents Jazz in the Parking Lot.
KRHS Interact students worked with Kindergarten students from McKeown and Sandyston elementary schools.
The KRHS chapter of Tri-M (National Music Honor Society) has organized a Benefit Concert of the Arts featuring the musical and creative art departments on May 17, 2018.
Dear Edwina, Jr. is at the KRHS theater this weekend. You won't want to miss this special production.
April 26, 2018, KRHS celebrated Bring Your Children to Work Day.
The KRHS senior class got a firsthand look this past Friday at how driving while drinking or distracted is a recipe for disaster.
On April 20th, at 8:00 pm, the KRHS Madrigals performed at Montclair State University.
Kelly Insalaco: KRHS 2018 Scholar-Athlete
How fortunate we are to have the freedom that exists in the United States.
A few Interact students went to Sandy Hook National Park on Saturday, April 21st...
This year's NJ TSA state conference represents the 33rd time Kittatinny Regional High School Students have competed in a multitude of engaging technology related events.
Second graders at McKeown and Sandyston school spent an afternoon in March working with KRHS Interact members to build flower boxes.
Sunday, April 22 is Earth Day. This year’s goal is to end plastic pollution.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Lightcap took their Creative Arts classes on a field trip to Peters Valley to learn a technique called Raku.
On March 23, students from Montclair University’s Theatre on the Move troupe delivered a performance about bullying to the students of Kittatinny.
This past Tuesday, about 150+ Kittatinny students joined other students from around the county at the Sussex County Teen Arts Festival to celebrate a day of the arts.
The Art Educators of New Jersey held an artist’s reception YAM Exhibition 2018 at the Sussex County Arts and Heritage Council Gallery.
The Michael Mauro, Jr. has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2018 New Jersey National Geographic State Bee.
Shawn Simons and Alvaro Llanos came to Kittatinny to share their story of perseverance.
Theodora Eaton gave an amazing speech to 4,000 FBLA students announcing that she is running for FBLA President.
Though the snow delayed the show, it was well worth the wait.
Every year the Creative Arts Department participates in YAM (Youth Art Month in March)...
The Kittatinny Cougars are buzzing with excitement for this is a very BIG weekend for our students.
Did you know that KRHS has a place where all your math questions may be solved?
After learning about human rights and the issue of homelessness, Mrs. Kolonoski’s 8th grade Kaleidoscope class has joined forces with an organization called “Sock it to Homelessness.”
February 22, Detectives Pokrywa and Cramer from the Crime Scene Investigation North Unit of the New Jersey State Police talked to students about Forensic Science.
Charge and Pep are Cue robots who reside in Mrs. Kolonoski’s classroom.
Trooper Bambara came to KRHS to teach students about their fourth amendment rights.
February 23, was a day to flex your mind and your muscles at the KRHS Junior High.
7th grader Riley Hough and 8th grader Emma Fischer auditioned for and were accepted into the ACDA Junior High All-State Honor Choir for 2018.
8th graders Alaina Fusco, Lorien Lattig, Katie Williver, and 7th grader Riley Hough auditioned and were accepted into the Region 1 Junior High Honors Choir.
Students in Mrs. Jones 8th grade Social Studies Honors class delivered persuasive amendment speeches on February 12th.
Bright, colorful fabrics with fun patterns were purchased by the Interact Club with the money they raised from a school fundraiser.
Brownie Troops have a long-held tradition of allowing the young girls hands-on experience in various subject matters.
The fourth graders of the Marian McKeown and Sandyston-Walpack Consolidated Elementary schools donated their time and artistic talents...
Guest potter Colleen Duffy was available to share her knowledge and skills on January 25th for Mrs. Anderson's high school classes and 7th-period junior high class.
Kittatinny Regional High School displayed the Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit, Art Beyond Borders.
Fifteen KRHS choir students have been selected to perform with the North Jersey Region I Honors Choir.
Congratulations to Senior Emily Jerger for receiving 1st place, and "Best in Show" for her ceramic sculpture titled "Strangle Hold."
Thank you to all who participated in our School Level competition of the National Geographic Bee on January 11, 2018.
January 10, 2018, the KRHS junior high student council attended the New Jersey Association of Student Councils Winter Convention at The College of New Jersey.
The Creative Arts students in Heather Anderson and George Soutter’s classes created pottery and framed artwork for the “Empty Bowls” project which is a charity organization to combat hunger.
The senior health class at KRHS will be holding a free Community Awareness Night on Monday, January 22, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm in the school Library and gymnasiums.
Mrs. Anderson was genuinely surprised when Mr. Bosworth, Mr. Black, and Mrs. Kolonoski entered her 8th-period sculpture class to present her with the Teacher of the Year award.
In early December, students from eight different schools attended the Winter Semi-Formal Luncheon through the SWAP Program at the Lafayette House.
This year’s theme was Disney at the Olympics.
This time of year, we all dream of the gifts we want.
Pajamas, soft blankets, and a good book is a perfect way to end the day.
Congratulations to Amanda Newell and Samantha Russell for their nominations to the Governor’s School.
The Interact Team and Project Self-Sufficiency would like to thank everyone for their thoughtfulness during this year’s toy drive.
This past Friday the KRHS art department was invited to participate in the Wallkill Valley Regional High School’s 7th Annual High School Art Show.
Landlubbers beware! Pirates have gained access to Mrs. Kolonoski’s class.
December 8, 2017, eight high school debate teams gathered at KRHS to debate on a variety of topics.
On December 5, 2017, KRHS seventh and eighth grade students participated in an Hour of Code to commemorate Computer Science Education Week.
The Class of 2019 will sponsor the Winter Semi-Formal Dance, next Friday, December 15 in the HS cafeteria. Dance to music by DJ KT. Refreshments will be served.
The Kittatinny Interact Club is a wonderful organization that is constantly looking for ways to be of service to our community.
Ms. Bitondo and the KRHS Student Council would like to thank everyone who stopped by to donate blood on 11.30.17.
November 21, 2017, Kittatinny Regional High School held a beautiful ceremony to welcome their newest members of the National Honor Society.
Friday, November 24th is a day known for its great sales and the start of the holiday shopping season.
Mrs. Penkala’s 8th grade math class were asked to create a scale model project.
Come enjoy this free holiday concert.
SCARC Explorers visit different places in the community to get hands-on experience in different situations.
The KRHS Junior and Senior girls faced off in the annual Powder Puff Football Game held on November 15 at our very own Romer Field.
November 16th, six teams brought their determination to the court for bragging rights to be the 2017 Volleyball Champs of KRHS.
Josh Rzepka is a talented trumpet player who is currently touring with Under the Streetlamp a group of artists who perform Doo-Wop, Motown, and old time rock-n-roll.
On Wednesday, November 15, the Kittatinny Guidance Department hosted an Instant Decision Day with Wilkes University.