11 Spencer Lane ♦ Annandale, NJ 08801 ♦ 908.832.7200

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Counseling Services

Our counseling program provides support to our students in many ways. Every student has a scheduled Communications Lab class (group counseling) three times per week. Whether a student is in person or virtual, group counseling is one of the most important aspects of our program. Students also have the opportunity to meet with individual counselors both in-person, if enrolled in our hybrid schedule, or virtually by using our “Virtual Bench."

Group counseling provides opportunities for students to:

  • learn and practice effective and respectful communication styles
  • resolve conflicts in a socially acceptable manner
  • learn and practice how to give and receive feedback and support
  • practice positive coping strategies and identify emotions as a way to change negative social responses into positive ones.

Students remain with the same counselor and group of students throughout the school year. 

Please review our Counseling Services FAQs for more information about how counseling will take place under both our Hybrid and Remote Learning schedules.

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908.832.7200 ♦ Fax: 908.832.9772 ♦ 11 Spencer Lane ♦ Annandale, NJ 08801

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.

Hunterdon Preparatory School is committed to making our content accessible to all members of the public, including those with disabilities. This includes parents, students, employees, and all others associated with our district. If you need assistance in accessing materials on the district website, please contact the 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.