Haddonfield Schools

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Middle School - Group of BoysThe widely recognized Haddonfield Public Schools district welcomes students in grades 6 through 12 to fill a limited number of openings in the general education programs of its middle and high schools. We recognize that a student’s middle school experience lays the foundation for high school achievement. That’s why Haddonfield’s curriculum for grades 6 through 12 is a step-by-step continuum. Each year builds on the one before it.

At the middle school, teachers work as teams to cover core curriculum subjects, forming an important bridge between the one-teacher familiarity of elementary school and the multi-teacher structure of high school. The school’s curriculum includes Algebra I in seventh grade and Algebra II in eighth grade, which prepares interested students for upper-level math in high school. Students can choose from three world languages: Spanish, French and German.

But middle school isn’t all work and no play. Outside of regular school hours, Haddonfield Middle’s “curricular extensions” – like robotics workshops and the well-known Odyssey of the Mind program – let students explore other paths and interests. The school also has a robust Peer Leadership Program that involves students in community service projects, helps them learn to avoid destructive decisions (especially with respect to alcohol and drugs), and builds school pride.

Those are among the 30 co-curricular clubs and activities available to our middle and high school students. In addition, student-athletes have a range of teams to consider. While many families consider ninth grade as a time to consider a new school, Haddonfield encourages parents and students to rethink sixth grade as the optimal transfer point. That earlier timing sets the middle school student on a path for high school success. And because students from three elementary schools come together at Haddonfield Middle, there’s no better time for a newcomer to blend in. Everyone’s new in sixth grade!


Haddonfield’s middle school and high schools were the second and third sites in South Jersey to win coveted recognition from the Anti-Defamation League. Their “No Place for Hate” honor recognizes a commitment to promoting strong respect for diversity and to continuing anti-bias efforts.

Read more in this Courier-Post report.

PATRICE – Parent

“I liked Haddonfield because it was small, with more of a private school feeling about it. But the school was big enough that he could do lots of activities.”

– Patrice, whose son attended a private middle school in Philadelphia before transferring to HMHS as a tuition student

MARIA – Student

MARIA – Student

“Probably the best thing for me that I’ve done is come here instead of my hometown school. I did spring track and cross country, and I really met a lot of people. There are also clubs and a lot of volunteer work you can do. ”

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ROBERT – Parent

“It’s big enough to be competitive in everything, but the student numbers aren’t overwhelming. My sons felt immediately at home, immediately accepted and immediately part of the student body.”

– Robert, who sons have blended right in with the Class of 2015 as tuition students

NANCY – Parent

“After a single year at Haddonfield, she was much more prepared for college than she would have been had she not transferred there. We were impressed with every facet of the Haddonfield experience.”

– Nancy, whose daughter had such as positive experience that her son also enrolled through the Tuition Program



“The transition from private school to public school wasn’t that difficult. The process of meeting people and making friends wasn’t that hard, either. Even if you don’t want to play a varsity sport, there is intramural basketball. And if sports aren’t your thing, there’s an amazing drama club. There’s really a niche for everyone.”

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TYLER – Student

TYLER – Student

“I’m taking AP classes now and I never thought I would, but I wanted to challenge myself. If you want to challenge yourself here, you’re in the right place.”

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PAIGE – Parent

“I like the fact that all of the teachers really know the kids. They weren’t going to get lost in a high school that had 3,000 or 4,000 kids.”

– Paige, whose two children went from a close-knit, private elementary school to HMHS as tuition students

SARAH – Student

SARAH – Student

“You can kind of choose what courses are right for you and focus on your interests.”

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Learn more about the Haddonfield school experience by requesting our informational folder and scheduling a Student For a Day visit. All Tuition Program inquiries for grades 6 through 12 start with a simple phone call to Barbara Nobel in the Business Office at 856-429-7510
(ext. 217) or an email.

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There are limited openings in the high school’s Junior and Senior class only for 2017-18. All other grade levels are full as Haddonfield caps classes at optimal size to maintain a high level of educational quality.