North Warren Regional is a public secondary school district, serving students in grades 7-12 in the townships of Blairstown, Frelinghuysen, Hardwick, and Knowlton. The district covers 96.8 square miles bordering the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in scenic Warren County.

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The North Warren Interact Club is hosting a benefit dinner for an alumnus and local resident battling ALS on Friday, May 11th from 6 - 8 pm at North Warren Regional.  Come enjoy a catered meal, live music performed by amazing student talent, door prizes, and an evening out with friends.  
Tickets are $25/person and must be purchased in advance. Contact Mrs. Voitek or Mrs. Abbiate for tickets.  

 Today at North Warren Regional High School, we conducted our monthly security drill. These drills are required by State Statute to be performed every month and help to keep our Staff and Students well versed in drill procedures. The drill went well and without incident. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Security Office at extension # 1115."
Attention Juniors and their Families.

Blair Academy extends an invitation to you to attend their spring College Fair on April 18 & 19 on their campus. The schedule for both evenings and a list of schools are provided from the link below. 

7pm-7:45 Parent Workshops on Athletic Recruiting & Financial Aid
7pm-8:30 College Fair in Fieldhouse, Hardwick Hall

Schedule & List:

Please see for updated dates on end of year activities.
The North Warren Regional Spanish Honor Society in conjunction with the World Language Department is hosting the 6th annual Multicultural Fair on Wednesday, May 30th from 9am to 2 pm to showcase our diverse community heritage. 

We are currently looking for presenters, exhibits and performers from the community and asking students, parents, faculty, community members, and businesses to help.  The multicultural fair will include informational stations where photos, posters, authentic objects or art, books, research projects, jewelry, traditional dress, musical instruments and/or foods can be displayed.   Participants can perform on stage throughout the day by dancing, singing, or playing an instrument or song native to their country or heritage.  Participants can also offer instructional demonstrations such as martial arts, calligraphy, etc. 

Throughout the day, May 30th, students, faculty, and students are invited to take a stroll “around the world” to visit the many unique places, customs and traditions that our community heritage has to offer.  Please note that the event will be held outdoors.  In the event of rain, we will be indoors, pending approval.  If you are interested in participating in the sixth annual Multicultural Fair, please complete and submit the attached form by May 1st.   If you have any questions, please email  This is a free event and we hope to continue this annual tradition.

Multicultural Fair Form
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