Shepherd Hill Regional High School
School Hours: 7:40 a.m. to 2:10 p.m.
Principal: Mr. William F. Chaplin, Jr.
Asst. Principals: Michael D. Resener & Andrew J. Leach, Jr.
Two Shepherd Hill seniors, Eryk Pecyna and Zachary Blauvelt, have been selected by the National Merit Scholarship Program with a Letter of Commendation for their outstanding performance on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in 2016. Their high selection index scores placed them among the top 50,000 of over 1.6 million students who entered the program. They are among about 34,000 Commended Students nationwide who have shown exceptional academic promise. All of the Shepherd Hill and Dudley Charlton community are very proud of you and this recognition.
Core Values: “Committed to Excellence” Shepherd Hill Regional High School is dedicated to educate, challenge and empower students to succeed in the 21st century. With “Pride and Unity”, we foster intellectual achievement, civic responsibility and personal growth.
Beliefs about Student Learning: Through quality instruction in a safe and stimulating learning environment, we encourage students to be inquisitive, resourceful, and responsible learners. By cultivating respect and a strong work ethic, we are confident that our students will excel in the present and meet the demands of the future.
- Writes Effectively
- Reads Effectively
- Effective Communication Skills
- Uses Technology Effectively
- Personal Wellness Skills
- Critical Thinking
- Cultural Literacy
- Inventive Thinking
- Civic & Social Responsibility
The Shepherd Hill student demonstrates civic and social responsibility – being respectful of people, ideas, and property as well as understanding the rights and duties of citizenship
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