11 Spencer Lane ♦ Annandale, NJ 08801 ♦ 908.832.7200

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Amanda Medina

School Social Worker/Anti-Bullying Specialist

 

  • loves spending time with family and friends
  • has a passion for music and the arts
  • is a dog lover

Amanda is a licensed Social Worker and Certified School Social Worker. As a member of the counseling department, she assists in maintaining a supportive and therapeutic environment for her students. She facilitates group and individual counseling sessions. Amanda is also the Vocal Lab instructor. She coaches students in developing their craft and helps them build confidence through the many Hunterdon Prep musical performances. She uses her passion for music to inspire and motivate students. 

Upcoming Events

First day of school for students in September

Sep 2, 2020 8:50 AM - 2:30 PM

908.832.7200 ♦ Fax: 908.832.9772 ♦ 11 Spencer Lane ♦ Annandale, NJ 08801
csmith@hunterdonprep.org

HUNTERDON PREPARATORY SCHOOL IS A, not-for-profit, day school serving students between the ages of 12 and 21
 from over 40 school districts in New Jersey. We are located near the town of Clinton in west central NJ.

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HUNTERDON PREPARATORY SCHOOL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL
The Hunterdon Preparatory School provides educational services to applicants and employs personnel without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, economic or social background, or religious preferences. School programs and school related activities during the day and after regular school hours provide equal access for all students regardless of race, color, creed, sex, and national origin. Books, curricula, and other materials, course content, subject matter, and reading lists are reviewed for sex, race, and cultural bias. Materials are chosen to represent a wide range of opinions and suggested pupil activities.