Creating a learning environment to foster the ideals of Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship

2012 - 2015


2014 - 2017

AHS Highlights

Throughout the school year, the Alternative High School students and staff have been making strides in sustainability and beautification of the school grounds. In the Fall, students and staff planted tulips and lilies that have grown beautifully this Spring. Used coffee grounds were collected, recycled, and used as fertilizers. The students also maintained a composter that used scraps from the students' breakfasts and lunches as fertilizers or the vegetable garden. The garden is planted each Spring by the Alternative High School students and staff. It consists of various fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, green beans, kale, potatoes, hot peppers, and tomatillos. Throughout the Summer and Fall, the food grown is picked and sent to a local food pantry. Over the past 3 years that the students and staff have been planting and taking care of the garden, it has improved in health and appearance.

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Student of the Month

MAY: Chris Markowski

Chris has made considerable improvements in his attendance and his schoolwork. He is an excellent contributor to our service learning program. He follows school rules, and he is a pleasure to have in class. Chris' smile is contagious, and our core values of respect, responsibility, and citizenship are shown in all he does.

APRIL - Anthony McBean

Anthony is a well- mannered, polite, young man. He is conscientious, hard working, and a pleasure to have in class. Anthony's positive attitude and leadership skills will take him far. He is not only very respectful, but also an excellent citizen in our school community. His outstanding character shines through in all he does.

MARCH - Lily Allen

A respectful, responsible, citizen is just one way to describe Lily Allen. Lily is a caring, dependable student, who is eager to learn. She is willing to always lend a helping hand. Lily is an important part of our service learning program. She is not only an active participant, but also helps to organize projects. Lily's tenacity to follow the rules is a big part of her outstanding moral character.

Anti-Bullying Information

HIB Grade Report

LaCoyya H. Weathington
Director of Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4431

Mollie Crincoli
Student Assistance Counselor
AHS Anti-Bullying Specialist
(856)429-5600 x4455

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