Haddonfield Memorial High School 401 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Haddonfield Memorial High School is a national Blue Ribbon school. Located in the heart of this historic town in a…More building dating back to the 1920s, Haddonfield Memorial is dedicated to the students of its borough. It has more than 150 curriculum offerings for students as well as 48 after-school programs and clubs. The school also has a partnership with Drexel University in Philadelphia, offering summer programs for students at its campus for college credit.
Haddonfield Memorial High School 401 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Haddonfield Memorial High School is a public school teaching core curriculum, such as math, science and reading. Other…More courses include visual performing arts, health education and U.S. history.
HMHS Auditorium 401 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 The Haddonfield Memorial High School Auditorium hosts many school and community events, including shows, presentations…More and events, like the Haddonfield Holiday House Tour, Race to Nowhere and more. Check its website for details on upcoming events or call for information on availability.
Haddonfield Adult School 401 Kings Hwy E # A, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Established in 1958, the mission of the Haddonfield Adult School is to provide opportunities for learning and personal…More enrichment and to offer a variety of courses and programs that appeal to people of all ages. Current courses offered include multimedia for young artists, Pilates, Zumba, calligraphy, bridge, drawing, estate planning boot camp, fencing, guitar, improv and more. All classes, unless otherwise noted, meet at Haddonfield Memorial High School.
First Baptist Church of Haddonfield 124 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 The church was founded in 1818. It was originally located at on Grove Street in an old school house. The next year it…More moved to the site of the old Baptist cemetery on Kings Highway, now across from Haddonfield Memorial High School. The present church building on Kings Highway and Tanner Street was completed in 1886. The congregation now numbers 300 and serves hundreds more each week for worship.