ABOUT TWIN HILLS
Students are exposed to artistic techniques and experiences that stimulate their creative interests, developing the potential for future artistic endeavors.
Students engage in 21st-century learning opportunities that evoke students’ creativity and expressiveness. Students learn skills such as coding and creating presentations, while also practicing skills that will aid them to complete their school work.
The art of the argument is at the foundation of critical thinking and effective oratory expressiveness. Twin Hills introduced our first debate team in 2019 and look forward to continuing and expanding the program that may inspire our future lawyers, politicians, and orators.
Students are exposed to vocal and instrumental experiences that promote their uniqueness and build the potential for future musical endeavors.
Woodwind, percussion, and brass instrument lessons are offered during school hours. Parents are expected to provide instruments.
Student candidates uphold the four honor society pillars: scholarship, responsibility, service, and leadership by maintaining high academic standards, positive conduct, and participating in community service projects.
Twin Hills celebrates the national reading initiative during the first week of March. Literacy related activities take place throughout the week.
Students learn to build and program robots at varying levels, encouraging future careers in computer programming and engineering.
Ghana School Supply Donations: Twin Hills’ Student Council and Safeties collaborated with Sisterhood, Inc. to collect school supplies for two schools in Ghana, Africa. (L and A Academy (Grades K-6) in Accra, Ghana and Kumasi Wesley Girls’ Senior High School (Grade 10-12) in Kumasi, Ghana)
The Giving Tree: Twin Hills’ Student Safeties collect unused winter weather clothing items for the GIVING TREE.
Food Drive: Safeties annually collect, sort, and inventory non-perishable food items for donation.
MLK Day of Service: Safety Patrol Officers volunteered at Burlington County Library to design cards that were distributed to care facility residents in Burlington County.