U.S. News & World Reports just released America’s Top High Schools of 2015, and North Hunterdon County High School in Annandale made the list at #39 in New Jersey, #875 Nationally.
North Hunterdon High School is a 9th through 12th grade public high school that educates approximately 1,850 students from six different municipalities.
The school opened in September 1951 and has undergone several additions over the course of time. Clifford G. Singley was the school’s first principal and the football field currently bears his name. Its team nickname is the Lions and its mascot’s name is Reggie, in recognition of the early days, when the school was known as Regional.