Community

  • An inclusive school environment is essential for student growth and achievement. LRHSD students and staff participate in peer leadership training, school climate surveys, cultural proficiency training, leadership academies, anti-bias training and more.

    “Seneca’s environment allows for people to openly explore their passions and pursue the things they love.” - Tyler, Seneca Class of 2021

    Every year since 2012, each Lenape District school has earned the No Place For Hate designation from the Anti-Defamation League. Our Upstander Step-Up and ID initiative demonstrates how anyone, regardless of background or interest, can be a supportive member of our school community.

Students from all district schools standing together as Upstanders and asking "What do you stand up for?"

Service & Leadership

  • National Honor Society, Renaissance, Peer Leaders, Camp Lenape, Seneca Peer Training, Cherokee Core Values, and Shawnee Green Dot are just some of the organizations within the LRHSD that provide students with the opportunity to grow as leaders and give back to their community.

    “My high school career has taught me how to work with others and be a leader. I have become a more supportive and helpful person and, in turn, a more successful person.” - Jordyn, Lenape Class of 2021

Over 90% of 12th grade students participate in in the annual Senior Day of Service.

Lenape students holding a rake after cleaning up leaves outside a community building.

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.

District administrators standing with elementary students and their new bicycles.

Numerous clubs and athletic teams conduct drives and collections, as well as participate in charitable events to help give back to those in need.

Shawnee students and staff standing outside of a trailer with toys they collected to donate 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.

Student lying down giving blood while smiling and giving a thumbs up gesture.

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!

Student putting bag of clothes into Goodwill donation bin.

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