Lenape Valley Regional High School (37-2615-050)

Lenape Valley Regional High School is a comprehensive academic high school serving approximately 825 students in grade -12 from Byram Township and Stanhope Borough in Sussex County and from Netcong Borough in Morris County. Two hundred students graduated in the Class of 2013. In 2011 Lenape Valley Regional High School was designated as a “Choice School District”. To graduate, students must complete a minimum of 140 credits and complete 40 hours of service learning/community service.
Lenape Valley is accredited by the Middle Atlantic States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Department of Education. Lenape Valley is also a member of the College Entrance Examination Board, the National Association for College Admission Counseling and the New Jersey Association for College Admission Counseling.

With its tradition of being an academic high school that prepares students for college career choices, Lenape Valley offers courses in Art, Business, Information & Technology, Media Communication, English, Family and Consumer Science, Industrial Technology, Computer Programming, Music, Physical Education, Science and Social Studies, providing a balance to academic programs. A full year course is 5 or 6 credits; a half year course equals 2.5 credits. All classes are 56 minutes in length except for longer laboratory periods. All students are required to complete 40 hours of service learning/community services for graduation.

Nine concurrent classes are offered, in conjunction with Sussex County Community College and Syracuse University, providing students the opportunity to earn college credits while in attendance at Lenape Valley Regional High School: AP Biology, AP Spanish, Spanish IV Honors, Financial Accounting II Honors, Environmental Science Honors, AP Psychology, Sociology Honors, Syracuse University Project Advance History and Syracuse University Project Advance English.

Eleven Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered: English Literature, Biology, Calculus AB, U.S. History, German, Spanish, Chemistry, Computer Science, Government, Psychology and World History.

A comprehensive program of co-curricular activities is offered including: Student Government, Yearbook, Literary Magazine, Mock Trial, Academic Quiz Bowl, Interact Club, Peer Leadership, Choir, Marching Band, Jazz Band, DECA, FBLA, Theatre, German Folk Club, Gifted and Talented, International Friendship Circle, Math League, Patriot Press, and Ski Club. Athletics include: basketball, baseball, cross country, field hockey, football, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track bowling and wrestling.

Mr. Paul DiRupo
(973) 347-7600