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High School Administration

Mr. Ronald Corn 
Mr. Ronald Corn

I believe all students can and will learn if given the proper means to do so. As educators, we need to move away from the old school thinking that teaching in only one way works for everyone. In order to effectively teach a student, we need to get to know each student. For until you truly know the student, empathize with what the student goes through, dream their dreams , want their wants, fear their fears, comprehend their failures, get to know who they are and what makes them tick, you can never truly TEACH or REACH them. Building relationships and establishing connections are the keys to learning.

Mr. Eric Rosen 
Mr. Eric Rosen
Assistant Principal
Grades 7-9

I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Neumann College in Elementary Education and then a Master of Arts from Wilmington University in School Leadership. I began my career as a fifth grade math, science, and social studies teacher in a collaborative setting in Burlington Township. From 2007–2013, I was the head baseball coach here at Heights.

I am excited to continue working with and being a part of the Heights community. I am dedicated to building students academically, as well as emotionally and socially, to make them well-rounded individuals. As a coach, I could see the passion, enthusiasm, and work ethic that our students possess first hand. It is my goal to instill those values into our students and help them strive for excellence.

Mr. Michael Renner 
Mr. Michael Renner
Assistant Principal
Grades 10-12

I graduated from Albright College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Rowan University with a Master of Arts degree in School Administration. At the beginning of my educational career, I instructed special education students for five years in Deptford Township Public Schools. For four years, I served as the athletic director at the Penns Grove-Carneys Point Regional School District and I also served as the assistant principal and guidance director.

This school year marks the start of my fifth year as vice principal at Haddon Heights School District. During my time at 3 HS, I have created and developed meaningful relationships with families, community leaders in all sending districts and most importantly the students. I look forward to continuing working collaboratively with the communities of Lawnside, Barrington, Merchantville, and Haddon Heights, as I am committed to building significant relationships with all stakeholders, creating, and maintaining a school atmosphere that promotes academic as well as social and emotional growth for all learners. Please feel free to contact me at any time, as I welcome your interests. I look forward to meeting you at school events.

Mr. J. Cramp
Mr. J. Cramp
Director of Athletics &
Student Activities

B.A. degree from Salisbury State University in Physical Education, concentration in Sports Medicine. I earned my Masters in Education from the Citadel. Served one year as the Head Athletic Trainer for the South Carolina Stingrays and five years as Athletic Trainer at HHHS prior to being named Athletic Director in 2002.

"Education consists of both mental and physical growth. Athletic and extracurricular activities are not just a compliment to academia, but a crucial element of a person's development."

The phone number to the Athletic Department is 856-547-1920 ex. 5510.

Mrs. Jocqueline, Renner

Child Study Team Coordinator


Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance from Mercyhurst College. Master of Science Degree in Special Education from Mercyhurst College. Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership from Wilmington University. Special Education teacher for 10 years in various grade levels and a Curriculum Supervisor for three years before coming to Haddon Heights.

Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” As the new school year begins, I invite you to work with the Child Study Team. Teamwork is essential and the team is committed to striving together to meet the needs of the students. I look forward to meeting and hearing from you. Together we can accomplish anything!

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