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  • WH in the News - Girls Bowling 2nd place HWS and Top Bowler!

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/24/2020

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    Girls bowling takes 2nd at the HWS Tournament at Oakwood Lanes on January 22nd.

    Sam Irwin wins top overall series and most outstanding bowler with a 656!!    

    Additional highlights of the season:

    -At the 3rd Annual Greg Rottengen Tournament, the girls took 2nd place  Also at that tournament, Tyler Ostrander had the overall high series in the boys division (668) and Olivia Ostrander had the overall high series for the girls division (580).  
     
    - At the NJHS Singles Tournament, Amanda Burdett placed 9th overall out of 56 total girls.
     
    - At the NYHS Team Tournament, the girls made it to the semi-finals.  Olivia Ostrander and Sam Irwin both placed in the top 5 overall for girls series, while Frankie LoPresti placed in the top 10 overall for boys series.
     
    Come out and support our bowling team when they take on Phillipsburg at Oakwood Lanes on Tuesday, January 29th at 4pm - GO STREAKS!
     
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  • WH in the News - Lady Streak Wrestlers defeat Vernon with 11 pins

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/24/2020

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    Congratulations to our girls wrestling team for their first dual meet victory over Vernon with 11 pins! Always a great day to be a Blue Streak!

    WH defeats Vernon

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  • WH in the News - Girls Wrestling makes History!

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/23/2020

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    Come out tonight and watch our female wrestlers at 7pm vs. Vernon - GO STREAKS!

    Girls wrestling makes history

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  • WH in the News - Select Choir performs Cabaret Night 2/12

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/21/2020
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    Save the Date!
    On Wednesday, February 12th(Snow date Feb 13th) the Warren Hills Select Choir will present its annual "Cabaret Night"  songs from all of your favorite movies and musical theatre productions will be presented live by the talented members of the Select Choir.  The admission price is $5.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.  The evening includes FREE coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and dessert snacks.  Come support the choir and enjoy a family-friendly evening of entertainment.
     
     

     

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  • WH in the News - Matilda Musical April 2-4 SAVE THE DATE!

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/19/2020

    Save the date for Matilda! April 2 & 3, 7pm &

    April 4, 2pm & 7 pm in the HS Auditorium.

    Main Cast List:

    Matilda - Olivia Berlingero; Miss Honey - Emma Kaiven; Miss Trunchbull - Emily Gilligan; Mrs. Wormwood - Vanessa Falzarano; Mr. Wormwood - Iyan Kariuki; Michael Wormwood - Wesley Reyes

    Little Kids: 

    Hortensia - Alexandra Lino; Alice - Sophie Piccone; Lavender - Julianne Magistrado; Amanda - Dani Gilbert;  Bruce - Walker Heller; Tommy - Ellie Higgins; Nigel - Richard McDonald; Eric - Ian Higgins; Little Kid - Amber Ali; Little Kid - Cherise Graham; Little Kid - Catherine Stabile; Little Kid - Abby Thomas

     

    Mrs. Phelps - Sam Lewis; Entertainer - Bryant Aguirre; Acrobat - Kaliegh Cagnassola; Escapologist / Miracle Parent/ Doctor - Elijah Camacho; Rudolpho/ Miracle Parent/ Doctor - Cayle Montgomery; Doctor - Angel Kariuki; Sergei/ Miracle Parent / Cook/ Wormwood’s Assistant - Peter Mercer

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    Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical is the captivating masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life. With book by Dennis Kelly and original songs by Tim Minchin, Matilda has won 47 international awards and continues to thrill sold-out audiences of all ages around the world. Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers. She's unloved by her cruel parents but impresses her schoolteacher, the highly loveable Miss Honey. Over the course of her first term at school, Matilda and Miss Honey have a profound effect on each other's lives, as Miss Honey begins not only to recognize but also appreciate Matilda's extraordinary personality. Matilda's school life isn't completely smooth sailing, however ? the school's mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, hates children and just loves thinking up new punishments for those who don't abide by her rules. But Matilda has courage and cleverness in equal amounts, and could be the school pupils' saving grace! Packed with high-energy dance numbers, catchy songs and an unforgettable star turn for a young actress, Matilda is a joyous girl power romp. Children and adults alike will be thrilled and delighted by the story of the special little girl with an extraordinary imagination.

    TICKET INFORMATION

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  • WH in the News - Wrestling place 3rd at Jack Welsh Tournament

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/19/2020

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    Blue Streaks finish with a 37-30 win over Cherokee to take 3rd at the Jack Welch Duals. 4-1 on the weekend!

    38-24 over clearview, 54-20 over Holy Spirit, 33-25 over Long Branch

    WAY TO GO BLUE STREAKS!

    Individual Wrestling Rankings

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  • WH in the News - Leg Dissection with Dr. Avallone

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/15/2020
       
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    What an experience for our students yesterday! Dr. Avallone from St. Lukes and students from AP Bio and Honors Anatomy dissected a human leg, live  and some students get to scrub in! 
     
    To varying degrees, approximately 125 students shared in this experience; and next year we look forward to working on an arm!
     
     
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  • WH in the News - Girls Wrestling making history

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/15/2020

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    From the Wrestling Coach:

    "In case you were unaware last year was the first year girls wrestling was recognized by the state of NJ on and individual level.  Girls wrestling has expanded at a rapid growth in the state and national level.  In an effort to expand on the team front our girls have been pioneers in the wrestling community.  With that said in 8 days on Thursday January 23rd Warren Hills will host the first ever girls’ varsity dual meet in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex area.  We have a tremendous team of young ladies who are passionate and love the sport of wrestling.  We wish to extend an invitation to our community, faculty, staff, friends, and family to come support our wrestlers as they take on the Vernon Vikings.  Our runout and warmup will start at 6:40 PM followed by lineup announcements and wrestling at 7:00 PM.  It would mean a great deal to our wrestlers, coaches, and community to see our gym filled with support.  Thank you so much in advance, and go streaks!"

    Congratulations to our girls wrestlers who placed at the Mustang Zoo tournament in Brick in late December.

    1st place - Katrina Kling 114 & Nya Walton 180

    2nd place - Dalilah Deida 100 

    3rd place - Jacquleena Galindez 161 & Madison Hall 180

     Mustang Zoo Info

    Buck Classic results at Red Bank on 1/11/20

    • Warren Hills had a good day at the Shore. Warren Hills sent three wrestlers to the finals and won two titles. Delilah Died (100) and Courtney Hoff (121) placed first while Katrina King (114) was second. 

       Buck Classic Info

     

    See you on January 23rd - GO STREAKS! 

     

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  • WH in the News - Phoebe Sessler placed 2nd at the Garden State Scholastic Press Association's 40th Annual Press Day

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/14/2020

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    Congrats to senior Phoebe Sessler who won 2nd place in a writing contest at the Garden State Scholastic Press Association's 40th Annual Press Day. The contest was "On the Spot" writing, where she proved her ability to write an accurate, thorough and readable story, with a pen and paper, on the spot. Great work, Phoebe!

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  • WH in the News - Woodworking Forum

    Posted by Christina Page on 1/13/2020
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    On January 9th Tim Zavacki, Woodshop Teacher at WH High School, held a NJTEEA (NJ Technology Education and Engineering Association) Open house and Forum about Woodworking.  There were a total of 30 people in attendance that were either teachers, alumni and current students.  They discussed woodworking, student experiences in class, the manufacturing pathway and toured our facility which included the new CNC router and Laser engraver.  Feedback was very positive and included comments about the students work/artifacts that they brought to show and our impressive lab set-up.  Great job Blue Streaks!
     
     
     
     
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