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Hunterdon County Polytech

Polytech is the county public high school for career and technical education.  Open to all Hunterdon County students, the school has 2 campuses in Raritan Township:  Bartles Campus off Bartles Corner Road and the Central Campus next to the Hunterdon Central High School Field House. 

Students attend their home high school for all academic requirements and are bussed to Polytech for half-day programs.  Polytech courses run for a full year and are 20 elective credits.  Most students come to our school beginning their sophomore / junior year due to the scheduling requirements necessary for graduation.         

The 11 core program areas allow students to explore technical and career options in a hands-on environment.  All programs offer college credits, licensing, credentials, skills or certifications.  Please refer to the Programs of Study (link on home page) or for more information or contact our Principal, Dan Kerr at 284-1444, Ext. 2101.      

The Programs at each campus include:

Bartles Campus:   Education (Early Childhood & Teacher Academy), Law Enforcement (Law Enforcement & Criminal and Crime Scene Investigation), Health Sciences, Visual Communications (Graphic Design/Digital MultiMedia, Commercial Arts-Advertising & 3D Computer Animation) and Nursing (Nursing & Anatomy and Physiology).  

Central Campus:   Automotive (Auto Tech, Auto Body Restoration and Repair & Auto Services), Career Exploration, Cosmetology (1, 2 & Completer), Culinary (Culinary & Baking and Pastry), Building Technologies (Construction Science & Energy Technologies) and  Pre Vet (Large and Small Animals).   

Did You Know .........

  • Polytech was cited in a national study for academic improvement.  This case study can be viewed  here      
  • Over 70% of Polytech graduating seniors attend various colleges and universities across the state?

  • We offer concurrent college credits in health care, nursing and teaching programs? 
  • Student participate in various organizations, community service projects and earn induction into the National Technical Honor Society?   
  • Students earned over $550,000 in local, state and national scholarship?