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Colonial Hills Conference

The Colonial Hills Conference was a New Jersey high school sports association under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA). The conference comprised sixteen public, parochial, and private high schools covering Essex County, Morris County and Somerset County in north-central North Jersey.

Also known as the CHC, the conference disbanded after the 2008-09 school year as part of a major realignment of Northern New Jersey athletic leagues promulgated by the NJSIAA. Most member schools moved to the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference or the Super Essex Conference.

The Conference had two divisions for most sports, the Colonial Division and the Hills Division.

Colonial Division

School Location School District Team Name
Arts High School Newark Newark Public Schools Jaguars
Boonton High School Boonton Boonton Public Schools Bombers
Kinnelon High School Kinnelon Kinnelon Public Schools Colts
Mountain Lakes High School Mountain Lakes Mountain Lakes Schools Lakers
Science Park High School Newark Newark Public Schools Chargers
University High School Newark Newark Public Schools Phoenix
Verona High School Verona Verona Public Schools Hillbillies
Whippany Park High School Hanover Township Hanover Park Regional High School District Wildcats

Hills Division

School Location School District Team Name
Cedar Grove High School Cedar Grove Cedar Grove Schools Panthers
Glen Ridge High School Glen Ridge Glen Ridge Public Schools Ridgers
Immaculate Conception High School Montclair Lions
Montclair Kimberley Academy Montclair Cougars
Morristown-Beard School Morris Township Crimson
Morris Catholic High School Denville Crusaders
Newark Academy Livingston Minutemen
Pingry School Martinsville Big Blue

External links

  • Colonial Hills Conference website
  • New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association
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