Core Infrastructure

Constructed in the 1960s, Northern Burlington County Regional High School has undergone some renovations and upgrades, and has been well maintained over the years. However, similar to an aging home, the facilities are in need of major upgrades, such as a new roof, as well as electrical and HVAC upgrades that go beyond routine maintenance.

If approved on March 13, 2018, the NB Regional Referendum will fund necessary renovations and upgrades.  The projects will include:

  • Roof replacement
  • Replace original boilers from the 1960s
  • HVAC upgrades
  • Electric system and plumbing upgrades to improve sustainability
  • Improve ADA accessibility for all students
  • Cafeteria Expansion

The district has worked with professional consultants to identify the most necessary renovations and upgrades that will be funded through the referendum.  All of these improvements must be completed.  Event if the referendum does not pass, it is still critical that these projects be done.

“It is our responsibility to prepare our students for every possible post-secondary experience.  Updating our classrooms to provide our students with access to state-of-the art technology and learning spaces that mirror postsecondary experiences will support that preparation.”

Ms. Stella

Director of Curriculum and Instruction