Haddonfield Memorial High School

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Haddonfield Memorial High School
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Location
Haddonfield Memorial High School is located in Camden County, New Jersey
Haddonfield Memorial High School
Haddonfield Memorial High School
Haddonfield Memorial High School is located in New Jersey
Haddonfield Memorial High School
Haddonfield Memorial High School
Haddonfield Memorial High School is located in the US
Haddonfield Memorial High School
Haddonfield Memorial High School
401 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

United States
Coordinates 39°54′04″N 75°01′35″W / 39.901079°N 75.02637°W / 39.901079; -75.02637Coordinates: 39°54′04″N 75°01′35″W / 39.901079°N 75.02637°W / 39.901079; -75.02637
Information
Type Public high school
Established 1926
Principal Chuck Klaus
Asst. principal Kathryn Mele
Faculty 68.9 FTEs[1]
Enrollment 798 (as of 2015-16)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 11.6:1[1]
Color(s)      Black
     Dark Red[2]
Athletics conference Colonial Conference
Team name Bulldawgs[2]
Website

Haddonfield Memorial High School is a four-year comprehensive community public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grade from Haddonfield, in Camden County, New Jersey, United States, operating as the lone secondary school of the Haddonfield Public Schools.

As of the 2015-16 school year, the school had an enrollment of 798 students and 68.9 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 11.6:1. There were 10 students (1.3% of enrollment) eligible for free lunch and 4 (0.5% of students) eligible for reduced-cost lunch.[1]

Awards, recognition and rankings[edit]

  • During the 2004–05 school year, Haddonfield Memorial High School was awarded the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education,[3][4] the highest award an American school can receive.[5][6]
  • The school was the second-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of 339 schools statewide in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September 2014 cover story on the state's "Top Public High Schools", using a new ranking methodology.[7] The school had been ranked 33rd in the state of 328 schools in 2012, after being ranked 11th in 2010 out of 322 schools listed.[8] The magazine ranked the school 14th in 2008 out of 316 schools.[9] The school was ranked 17th in the magazine's September 2006 issue, which included 316 schools across the state.[10]
  • Schooldigger.com ranked the school 23rd out of 381 public high schools statewide in its 2011 rankings (an increase of 13 positions from the 2010 ranking) which were based on the combined percentage of students classified as proficient or above proficient on the mathematics (95.7%) and language arts literacy (98.9%) components of the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA).[11]
  • In the 2011 "Ranking America's High Schools" issue by The Washington Post, the school was ranked 30th in New Jersey and 1,061st nationwide.[12] In Newsweek's May 22, 2007, issue, ranking the country's top high schools, Haddonfield Memorial High School was listed in 910th place, the 26th-highest ranked school in New Jersey.[13]
  • The school was ranked 236th in the nation and 21st in New Jersey on the list of "America's Best High Schools 2012" prepared by The Daily Beast / Newsweek, with rankings based primarily on graduation rate, matriculation rate for college and number of Advanced Placement / International Baccalaureate courses taken per student, with lesser factors based on average scores on the SAT / ACT, average AP/IB scores and the number of AP/IB courses available to students.[14]
  • In its 2013 report on "America's Best High Schools", The Daily Beast ranked the school 186th in the nation among participating public high schools and 13th overall (seventh of non-magnet schools) in New Jersey.[15]
  • Haddonfield Memorial High School's Shield was selected as a Silver Crown Yearbook High School award winner in 1990 from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.[16]

Athletics[edit]

The Haddonfield Memorial High School Bulldawgs[2] compete as a member of the Colonial Conference, which operates under the supervision of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA).[17] With 584 students in grades 10-12, the school was classified by the NJSIAA for the 2015-16 school year as South Jersey, Group II for most athletic competition purposes, which included schools with an enrollment of 496 to 778 students in that grade range.[18] The football team competes in the Colonial Division of the 95-team West Jersey Football League superconference[19] and was classified by the NJSIAA as South Jersey Group II for football for 2017-18.[20]

ShopRite Cup[edit]

The school was recognized as the Group II winner of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association ShopRite Cup in 2005–06. The award recognized the school for achieving co-championship in girls soccer, 1st in boys soccer, a tie for 3rd in girls tennis, 1st in girls cross country, 3rd in boys cross country, a tie for 3rd in girls basketball, 1st in boys basketball, 2nd in girls swimming, 2nd in boys swimming, 3rd in girls indoor relay championships, 1st in boys golf, a tie for 3rd in boys tennis and 3rd in girls outdoor track.[21]

The school repeated as the Group II winner of the ShopRite Cup in 2006–07, based on achieving 2nd place in girls soccer, 2nd in boys soccer, tied for 3rd in girls tennis, 1st in girls cross country, 1st in boys cross country, 2nd in field hockey, tied for 3rd in football, 1st in girls swimming, 2nd in boys swimming, 2nd in boys basketball, 2nd in girls indoor track and field relays, 3rd in girls indoor track and field, tied for 3rd in boys tennis and 1st in girls golf.[22]

The school repeated as the Group II winner of the ShopRite Cup in 2007–08. The award recognized the school for achieving 1st place in girls' cross-country, 1st place in boys' cross-country, 1st place in girls' soccer, tied for 3rd in girls' tennis, 2nd girls swimming, 2nd in girls' winter track relays, 4th in boys' winter track relays, first in girls' winter track individuals, 3rd in boys winter track individuals, tied for 3rd in boys tennis, 2nd in girls golf, 2nd in girls spring track, 4th in boys spring track, plus 3 points for having no disqualifications for the winter season.[23]

The school repeated as the Group II winner of the ShopRite Cup in 2008–09. The award recognized the school for achieving first in girls' cross-country, first in boys' cross-country, first in girls' tennis, tied for 3rd in field hockey, tied for 3rd in girls' soccer, tied for 3rd in football, first in girls' swimming, second in boys' swimming, second in girls' winter relays, second in boys winter track relays, second girls' winter track, second boys winter track, first in boys' golf, tied for 3rd in boys' tennis, first in boys' outdoor track, plus 9 points for having no disqualifications for the fall, winter, and spring seasons.[24]

The school repeated as the Group II winner of the ShopRite Cup in 2009–10. The award recognized the school for achieving first-place finishes in boys cross-country, girls' tennis, girls' soccer, boys' swimming, boys' indoor relays, boys' indoor track and field and boys' outdoor track and field, second-place finishes in girls' cross-country, football, girls' swimming, boys' tennis and girls outdoor track and field, a tie for third in girls' basketball, a fourth place in girls' indoor track & field plus 9 points for having no disqualifications for the fall, winter, and spring seasons.[25]

The school repeated as the Group II winner of the ShopRite Cup in 2010–11. The award recognized the school for achieving first-place finishes in girls' tennis, boys' cross-country, football, boys' indoor group track & field and boys outdoor track & field, second-place finishes in boys' indoor track & field relays and boys' golf, third place in outdoor track & field, field hockey (tie), boys' swimming (tie) and girls lacrosse (tie), a fourth place in girls' cross-country plus 9 points for having no disqualifications for the fall, winter, and spring seasons.[26]

The school was the winner of the 2014-15 ShopRite Cup for Group II, finishing with 130 points, the most of any public high school.[27]

For 2015-16, the school was again the Group II champion, behind first-place finishes in 1st in girls winter track relays and both boys and girls winter track, second-place finishes in 2nd in boys cross country, field hockey, boys winter track relays and both boys and girls swimming, third-place finishes in girls tennis, girls cross country, football and boys tennis, along with bonus points for having no disqualifications in the fall and winter seasons.[28]

Other accomplishments[edit]

The baseball team won the Group II state championship in 1971 (vs. East Paterson High School in the title game), 1972 (vs. Glen Rock High School), 1989 (vs. Wallington High School) and 1991 (vs. Butler High School).[29]

The boys' basketball team won the Group I state title in 1973 (vs. Orange High School) and 1989 (vs. Newark Tech High School), won the Group II state title in 2004 and 2005 (vs. Summit High School both years) and 2006 (vs. Newark Central High School); the girls' basketball team won the Group I state championship in 1993 and 1994 (vs. North Warren Regional High School both years) and 1998 and 1999 (vs. Bloomfield Tech High School both years) and the Group II state championship in 1997 (defeating West Morris Mendham High School in the tournament final) and 2004 (vs. Chatham High School).[30]

The field hockey team won the South Jersey Group II state sectional championship in 1975-1980, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2011, and won the South Jersey Group I sectional title in 1985-1987, 1989-1991, 199 and, 1998; the team was Group II state champion in 1976 and 1978 (co-champion with Butler High School), and won the Group I title in 1985-1987, 1989 (co-champion with Belvidere High School) and 1991.[31]

The boys' tennis team won the Group I state championship in 1983-1987, 1991, 1992 and 1994; and the Group II title in 2011 and 2014.[32]

The boys' soccer team won won the Group I state title in 1984 (as co-champion with New Providence High School), 1990 (co-champion with David Brearley High School), 1992 (vs. Pompton Lakes High School), 1993 (vs. Waldwick High School), 1997 (vs. Whippany Park High School) and 1998 (vs. Cresskill High School), and won the Group II title in 2005 (vs. Whippany Park High School); the girls' team won the Group I state title in 1997 (as co-champion with Morris Catholic High School), 2005 (as co-champion with Pascack Valley High School), 2007 (vs. Pascack Hills High School) and 2009 (vs. Mahwah High School).[33]

The boys' track team won the indoor relay Group I state championship in 1989, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2010 and 2014; the girls' team won the indoor relay Group I state championship in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2014.[34]

Haddonfield Memorial High School won the 2005–06 Colonial Conference All-Sports Award for having the most first-place finishes in the various Conference sports.[35]

The school's cross country teamed ranked 4th in The Harrier's Nike / Foot Locker Super 25 National Rankings in 2001.[36]

The boys' tennis team won the 2007 South, Group II state sectional championship with a 4–1 win over Sterling High School.[37]

The girls' swim team took the Public South B state sectional championship in 2003, topping Mainland Regional High School 87–83 in the tournament final.[38] The 2007 team won the South – B state sectional championship with a 108–62 against Ocean Township High School.[39]

The boys' swimming team won the 2007 South B state sectional championship with a 116–54 win against Shawnee High School.[40]

The boys' cross country team currently holds South Jersey's longest unbeaten streak at 102 dual meets and counting (as of November 2007).[41]

In 2007, the girls' tennis team won the South Jersey, Group II state sectional championship with a 4–1 win over Haddon Township High School in the tournament final.[42]

In 2007, the girls' soccer team won the South, Group II state sectional championship with a 3–2 win over Woodstown High School in the tournament final.[43] The team moved on to win the Group II state championship with a 1–0 win over Pascack Hills High School.[44][45]

The football team won the South Jersey Group II state sectional title in 2010, 2013 and 2014.[46] In 2017, the sixth-seeded football team finished the season with a 9-3 record and won the South Jersey Group II state sectional championship with a 21-17 win against top-seeded West Deptford High School in the tournament final.[47][48]

World Affairs Council[edit]

The HMHS World Affairs Council (WAC) has earned "Best Small" and "Best Medium School" awards multiple times at the Rutgers University Model United Nations (RUMUN) and Philadelphia Model United Nations (PhilMUN).[citation needed] In addition to these conferences, the members of WAC attended Model United Nations at the University of Chicago (MUNUC) in 2008 and the North America Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) in Washington D.C., starting in 2009. WAC members will be attending NAIMUN again in 2010. The group goes to three overnight conferences per year, and they also attend four one-day conferences in the South Jersey area. The members of the WAC additionally run a one-day conference in Haddonfield, HadMUN.

Odyssey of the Mind[edit]

Since HMHS started an Odyssey of the Mind team in 2008, a team has won Regional Competition, State Competition and has advanced to World Finals in 2009, 2010, and 2011.[citation needed] This team was started by two graduating members of the Haddonfield Middle School.

Marching band[edit]

The HMHS Marching Colonials were formed in 1938. In celebration of their 70th anniversary, Haddonfield also hosted a Tournament of Bands Home Show and Competition inviting bands from the area to perform competitively, where Marching Colonials received high marks.[49] In 2008, 2009, and 2010, the band won the Chapter 1A Championship. In 2007 and 2010, the band won the Chapter 1 Sportsmanship Award. as of the fall of 2011, the band has moved up to Group 2A. Their 2011 show is entitled "Reflections", with movements "Reflections of Form", "Reflections of Sound", and "Reflections of Light".[50]

Exchange schemes[edit]

Administration[edit]

Core members of the school's administration are:[53]

  • Chuck Klaus, Principal
  • Kathryn Mele, Assistant Principal for Student Achievement

Building layout[edit]

The high school consists of three buildings connected by bridges on the upper floors. "A" and "B" buildings have two floors, and "C" building has three.

"A," the original school built in 1926, is rectangular and has an inner courtyard framed by three classical arches. Student and community events are held in the courtyard, and students eat there during good weather. Classrooms in this section were recently refurbished with refinished hardwood floors, new lighting, and a new HVAC system. Language, mathematics and other academic subjects are taught here. "A" also contains the auditorium and the smaller of the school's two gyms.

"B," the smallest section, includes the cafeteria, the wrestling room, and the larger of the school's two gyms.

"C" was added in the 1970s and is home to the science department where labs were recently refurbished. The music department, including band and choir rooms, is on the lower floor. "C" also contains academic classrooms, a home economics room, a wood shop, and the library.

Notable alumni[edit]

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