ABOUT TWIN HILLS
In 2018-2019, the New Jersey Department of Education ranked our school 6th among all Burlington County Schools and in the 91st percentile of schools throughout the state.
Twin Hills was recognized at the event hosted by the 87th Air Base Wing Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, located on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The 2019 Law Day theme was “Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society”, which focused on the cornerstones of representative government and called on us to understand and protect those rights. Twin Hills won first place in grade 1 and earned an honorable mention in grades 1, 2, and 3.
On December 12, 2018, The Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. awarded Twin Hills a Community Service Award in recognition of our ‘immeasurable influence within our community and as a passionate advocate of life-sustaining principles and ideas for young people’.
Twin Hills' Theater Arts participants were one of two elementary performance groups who were invited to perform as part of the New Jersey Department of Education Black History Program at the War Memorial Building in Trenton, New Jersey. The students outstandingly represented Twin Hills and Willingboro Public Schools at this inaugural event.
The Unless Campaign promotes worldwide ecological awareness and activism. Each year students learn about an endangered species and are challenged to actively contribute to improving the conditions for their habitat. Twin Hills was proudly acknowledged as Honorable Mention in 2016-17 and 2017-18.
In 2016, Twin Hills piloted the use of IXL for 4th-grade Mathematics and English/Language Arts. Twin Hills has subsequently utilized the online resource to proactively reinforce support basic skills that hinder the students from effectively engaging grade-level content. The gains were reflected in our standardized assessment score growth. Learn more about Twin Hills’ participation in the case study at:
The purpose of these sessions is to inspire our students to understand, identify, and embody their individual leadership characteristics. School administrators facilitate sessions to stimulate trusting and respectful relationships between school leadership and the students we proudly serve.
Twin Hills initiated the first NEHS chapter in Willingboro. Twin Hills’ Alpha Chapter represents our commitment to cultivating in our students the four honor society pillars: scholarship, responsibility, service, and leadership. NEHS members participate in community service projects (American Heart Association) and also serve as ‘Reading Buddies’ to struggling first-grade readers.