Allentown High School - 27 High Street - Allentown, NJ 08501 - phone: (609) 259-7292 - fax: (609) 259-0390

Allentown High School



News and Alerts
  • Presentation on scheduling and academies for Class of 2021 from Millstone, Stone Bridge or from our Choice program, click here to view.
  • Parent Tutorial to Understanding the PSAT/NMSQT scores.
  • Open Letter to Parents.
  • If you missed the 8th Grade Parents' Night on October 20, click here to view the presentation.
  • Sales of the 2017 Yearbook have ended.  Extra yearbooks will be for sale in June.
  • If you missed the Millstone Parents' Fair on October 13, click to view the presentation.
  • Did you miss Back to School Night?  View the presentation by clicking here.
  • Families wishing to register a new student should contact the Guidance Department to make an appointment at 1 (609) 259-7292 ext #1708.
  • Learn about the Princeton University partnership with Allentown High School.  Click here to read.
  • Allentown High School Class of 2016 College Acceptances
  • Read the District ABR grade report
  • The District has created a Tip Line for anyone who has information that could put anyone in our school community in danger.  If you have any information or reasons to be concerned about the safety of our School District Community, please share that information with a building administrator.  In the event that you feel uncomfortable, this tip line will enable you to call anonymously.  Please leave all the information needed for us to be able to ensure everyone's safety.  The Tip Line is located in the high school principal's office and will serve the entire school district.  The Tip Line number is (609) 259-7292 ext. #1729.

The grounds of the Upper Freehold Regional School District are off-limits to all students between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.  Students are not permitted on the property during these times without adult supervision (i.e. a dance is supervised by adults).  Students found to be on campus during the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. are considered trespassing and subject to arrest by the Allentown Police Department or the New Jersey State Police.  These rules are in place during the school year as well as the summer.