Project Lead The Way - Pathway to Engineering is a four-year Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics elective program that engages students with activities, projects, and problem-based learning opportunities designed to help them understand how the skills developed in the classroom can be applied to a career in engineering.
“Lenape has given me the opportunity to take various classes that have pushed me to grow as a student and as a person.” - Olivia, Lenape Class of 2020
Advanced Placement (AP) and College Accelerated Program (CAP)/Dual Enrollment courses provide LRHSD students the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit in 9 different subject areas. Last year, 85.6% of district students earned college credit by scoring a 3 or higher on an AP test.
“Cherokee prepared me for college with the AP courses I took. I knew that I was going to be academically challenged every day at school.” - Zhudi, Cherokee Class of 2019
Each of the Lenape District's four high schools field varsity and junior varsity teams in 25 different sports.
“On the athletic field, I witnessed and experienced how important it is to develop and maintain a positive team culture. Our culture includes setting a standard of excellence, developing and mentoring underclassman, and accountability." - Brooke, Shawnee Class of 2021
From Student Council to Marching Band to Robotics - and everything in between - the LRHSD has dozens of ways for every student to get involved. In 2019, over 74% of district students were involved in extracurricular activities.
“Being involved in so many clubs and activities at Cherokee has taught me countless skills that will be valuable in the future.” - Aarushi, Cherokee Class of 2020
“The skills I developed through my endeavors at Seneca, such as public speaking, perseverance and confidence, will stay with me for the rest of my life, wherever I go. I owe everything I am to Seneca High School.” - Sabrina, Seneca Class of 2021
Since 1958, Lenape District graduates have been making their mark on the world. The Two Graduations initiative aims to demonstrate, to current students, the importance of education beyond high school by featuring various LRHSD alumni who have earned two diplomas and are now excelling in their respective fields.
“I'm living my dream because of hard work, perseverance, and the tools I learned back at Cherokee and in the Lenape Regional High School District.” - Brian Herzlinger, Cherokee Class of 1994
Where Are They Now
The district's award-winning series has interviewed over 150 alumni who have risen above the rest in their chosen professions.
Over 90% of 12th grade students participate in the annual Senior Day of Service.
In an effort to make Better Connections with the community, the Lenape District's leadership group took part in a team-building workshop. Their time and energy resulted in 12 new bicycles for local children just in time for the holidays.
Numerous clubs and athletic teams conduct drives and collections, as well as participate in charitable events to help give back to those in need.
American Red Cross blood drives are popular events at all four of our high schools. Each year LRHSD students and staff give of themselves to help countless others.
Since partnering with Goodwill Industries of Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia in 2011, Lenape District students have collected over half a million pounds of donations for the local nonprofit!
Since 2000, a Lenape District teacher has been named Burlington County Teacher of the Year 10 times.
Annually, LRHSD staff members earn awards including:
- New Jersey Technology and Engineering Association Image Award
- Coach of the Year
- Princeton Prize for Distinguished Secondary School Teaching
- VFW Voice of Democracy Award
- FIRST Robotics Competition Awards
- Athletic Director of the Year
The Lenape Regional High School District is proud to provide an educational program that challenges every student to achieve their maximum potential.