• District Update for March 22-26, 2021

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  • March 4, 2021

    Dear Parents, Caregivers, and Students:

    It has come to our attention that some families or individuals have travel plans over the upcoming Spring Break.  While we recognize the need to "take a break", we discourage travel outside of the approved states of NY, PA, CT, and DE.  Some travel may be unavoidable, however, in the interests of everyone's safety and in accordance with New Jersey Travel Advisories, please adhere to the guidelines outlined by the New Jersey Department of Health, as doing otherwise can impact the safety of other students and staff members.

    3-5 days upon returning from traveling, travelers should consider getting a viral test. Travelers and residents returning from any US state or territory beyond the immediate regional (NY, PA, CT, or DE) should quarantine at their home or lodging for a full 7 days.  If the test is positive or no test was available, then travelers would have to quarantine for at least ten (10) days after travel. See the links below for all of the details.

    Thank you for doing your part to keep our students and staff safe if you must travel.   

    New Jersey COVID Information HUB Travel Advisory

    CDC Travel Advisory

    New Jersey Travel Advisory FAQ

    Thank you for your anticipated observance of the guidelines.


    Dr. Brian Repici


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  • New COVID Information
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  • BHPRSD approves budget with a 2.42% Tax Decrease
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  • Common Chromebook Troubleshooting

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    Procedure Guidelines:


    - Students will ring the bell or go to the main lobby to notify the individual at the front desk they are there for Chromebook repair

    - Students will be asked to fill out the repair form located at the lobby desk/vestibule of the main entrance of the building or by printing out the form from here: HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL CHROMEBOOK REPAIR FORM

    - Students will be given a loaner while their device is being repaired

    - Students will be notified through their school issued Gmail account that their Chromebook is repaired (email subject will read “CHROMEBOOK REPAIR”)

    - Students will be given 5 school days upon the initial email to pick up the repaired Chromebook

    - If the Chromebook is not picked up within the 5 school days of the email the loaner will be remotely disabled until the loaner is returned to school. 


    - Upon picking up a repaired Chromebook, the student MUST return the repair form to the individual at the front desk. This repair form is a record of device exchange and/or pick up.  


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  • Career Day

           Career Day
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  •     2020-21 Free & ReducedLunch Application

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  • Counseling Referral Services

    updated: 3/9/2021

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  • School Calendars

    2020-21 Letter Day (rev. 1/4/21)

    2021-2022 School Calendar (Revised 3/19/21)

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  • My School Bucks
    Important Information
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  • Chromebook Information
    Chromebook Repair Summer 2020

    Not planning to use your Chromebook for more than a week.  Click this link to put your Chromebook in Storage mode to save battery life.

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    Anti-Bullying Specialists:

    Jeanette Vizoco,
    Highland High School

    Nicole Hohl,
    Timber Creek High School

    John Barnett,
    Triton High School

    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
    Julie Scully, 856-227-4106  


    The Board of Education shall provide equal and bias-free access for all students to all school facilities, courses, programs, and services, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, disability or socioeconomic status.

    No qualified handicapped or disabled person shall, on the basis of handicap or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits or, or be subjected to discrimination in employment or under any program, activity or vocational opportunities sponsored by this Board.

    In accordance with the USDE Guidelines IV‐O, Title VI: 34 C.F.R. § 100.6 (d) this notice shall serve to advise students, parents, employees and the general public that all Career and Technical Education opportunities in the Black Horse Pike Regional High School District shall be offered to all students regardless of race, color, national origin, gender or disability. The Black Horse Pike Regional High School District will take steps to assure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. All program offerings and admission criteria can be found in the Black Horse Pike Regional Program of Studies Course Selection Book. 

    The following individuals are designated to coordinate compliance and handle complaints under Title IX and Section 504.


    Julie Scully and Frank Rizzo, District
    Christine Jones and Ron Strauss, Highland
    Jennifer Brown and Rob Milavsky, Timber Creek
    Tom Ambrose and Therese Bonmati, Triton

    TITLE IX and SECTION 504 Officer:

    Julie Scully, Assistant Superintendent

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  • The Renaissance program is a national incentive program sponsored by Jostens at Highland High School. We have joined Josten's in a campaign for ALL students to make the commitment to graduate.  The entire Highland staffulty believes our students all have the ability to succeed!  Students who become a Renaissance card holder will be eligible for discounts at school events, various privileges during the school day, semester trips, and quarterly celebrations.  Students can achieve different levels based on their academic achievement and school involvement. The levels are described below.


    • No "F’s",  No Disciplinary Referrals
    • GPA 2.0 and above, Absentee 2x per marking period
    • Involvement in Sports, Club/Activity at school or in the community is required. 
    • No more than 2 unexcused lateness per marking period. 



    GOLD CARDS: GPA 3.5 & above

    • Open LMC Privileges

    • Hall Pass Privileges: Gold Card serves as hall pass.

    • Activity Bus Pass: Gold Card serves as bus pass.

    • Preferential Lunch Line Status

    • 1 Late Homework Exemption Per Class (does not include class projects or term papers)

    • 1 Excused Lateness to School (VP discretion)

    • Free Admission to all home athletic contests

    • Discounts to various school events

    • Admission to Highland Renaissance Happenings (picnic, rallies, etc.)


    BLUE CARDS: GPA 3.0 - 3.49

    • 1 Late Homework Exemption Per Class (does not include class projects or term papers)

    • Reduced Admission to all home athletic contests

    • Discounts to various school events

    • Admission to Highland Renaissance Happenings (picnic, rallies, etc.)


    WHITE CARDS: GPA 2.5 - 2.99

    • 1 Late Homework Exemption Per Class (only one per class does not include class projects or term papers)

    • Reduced Admission to all home athletic contests

    • Discounts to various school events

    • Admission to Highland Renaissance Happenings (picnic, rallies, etc.)



    • Any student who has eliminated any and all failing grades from one quarter to the next.



    • Awarded to students showing significant improvement in one or more areas, but may not fully qualify for membership.


    • Students who qualify for either a gold, or blue card, but who do not meet the service requirement, will receive a white card for the current qualifying marking period. ACT indicates no activity on record

    • If a student has a fine they will not receive a card until the fine has been paid. $$ indicates fine

    • Eligibility requirements and/or incentives may be subject to change.

    • Any abuse of membership rights and privileges may be grounds for loss of same.

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