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The Difference is Clear

  • The Lenape Regional High School District has a lot of which to be proud. With outstanding learning opportunities, exceptional academic achievements by students and staff, and a bevy of community service, it's no wonder the LRHSD was named one of the 2021 Best School Districts in Burlington County.

Endless Opportunities

  • With a rigorous curriculum featuring STEM and AP classes, championship caliber athletic teams, and dozens of extra curricular activities, Lenape District students are able to explore virtually any interest they have.

    "I got to experience a wide variety of opportunities that Shawnee offers, from academics and music, to extracurriculars and athletics." - Aditya, Shawnee Class of 2019

Project Lead The Way

  • 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

Student connecting wires on an engineering project.

57 AP & CAP Courses Offered

  • Advanced Placement (AP) and College Accelerated Program (CAP) courses enable LRHSD students to earn both high school and college credit in 8 different subject areas. 85.6% of district students who took an AP test last year scored a 3 or higher.

    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

136 State Championships Won by LRHSD Teams

Shawnee High School Football team photo after winning championship.
  • 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

60+ Clubs At Each School

Student holding violin in music room.
  • 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 extra-curricular 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


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