JP Stevens Guitar Program
Four students from the JPS Guitar Program earned their way thought auditions to be part of the NJ Honors Guitar Ensemble. They will be performing in a concert at the TCNJ Music Recital Hall May 6th.
William Hsieh (3rd Chair)
J.P. Stevens Music Program
Nitya Nadgir – Flute
Ethan Melamed – Bassoon (1st in state)
Xavier Lee – Clarinet
Jelovus Jeevaraj – Clarinet
Kelly Yu – Clarinet
Hongjin Xia – Clarinet
Syna Tsai – Alto Clarinet
Shivam Yadav – Alto Clarinet
Justin Huh – Bass Clarinet (1st in state)
Dennis Nguyen – Bass Clarinet
Vignesh Vishwanathan – Contrabass Clarinet (1st in state)
Hannah Seo – Contrabass Clarinet
Jason Luo – Alto Sax
Thomas Hsu – Bari Sax
Zoe Wang – Bari Sax
Zachary Kibel – Trumpet
Michael Wang – French Horn
Nithish Selvaraj – Trombone
Pranav Krishna – Tuba
Savit Joshi – Tuba
Varun Das – Battery Percussion
Chris Shen – Battery Percussion
Rachel Zi – Flute
Ethan Melamed – Bassoon
Xavier Lee – Alto Clarinet
Justin Huh – Bass Clarinet
Vignesh Vishwanathan – Contrabass Clarinet
Michael Wang – Horn
Zachary Kibel – Trumpet
Varun Das – Percussion
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February 18-19, the JPS Chamber and A cappella Choirs successfully participated in their first international choral competition. Not only did both choirs win their respective categories, but JPS Chamber Choir also was declared the Grand Prize Winner of Sing N Joy Princeton 2017! Chamber Choir also received a special award for the best interpretation of a Morten Lauridsen piece. The prize is an autographed Manuscript of the first four bars to Lauridsen's "O Magnum Mysterium," and was presented by the composer himself.
Sophomore, Riya Varshney has been selected as a 2017 NJ Affiliate Honorable Mention of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. The NCWIT (National Council of Women in Information Technology) Award for Aspirations in Computing builds a talent pool for the growing technical workforce and helps academic and corporate organizations celebrate diversity in computing by honoring young women at the high-school level for their computing-related achievements and interests. Award recipients are selected based on their aptitude and aspirations in technology and computing; leadership ability; academic history; and plans for post-secondary education.
On January 25th, FBLA students participated in a competition with 50 other students. As a team the following students won and will advance to the next round: (l-r) Billie Liang, Brian Xiao, and Eric Wang. Student teams took on the role of corporate business leaders by making decisions to steer their business to success.These students made decisions that affected the profitability and sustainability of their virtual company, and outperformed their student competitors in profit, sales, and market share.
On Jan. 10, the JPS Science Olympiad team competed at Union County College for the Regional Science Olympiad Tournament. Our 2 teams placed 4th and 6th out of the 24 teams at this event. Congratulations to all members who have placed in their respective test or build events.
JP Junior, Maya Merchant was recently published in Imagine magazine, a magazine published by Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth as a resource for gifted and talented middle and upper school children. Click for access to the article plus a link to see the actual magazine. Congratulations, Maya!
Students who are driven to school may be dropped off in two locations as directed by security. The traffic lane turning left before the flag pole and the left lane directly in front of the school. Please do not drop off students in the right lane directly in front of school as this is the bus lane. Click here for a diagram.
The JPS Greenhouse
has been built!!!
Now all we have to do is fill it! Help JPS grow by sponsoring tools and materials for use in the greenhouse. Click on the picture to find out how!
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having a brick engraved with
your name and placed in the
New JPS Patio alongside those
of fellow JPS alumni, students,
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enough time in the day? Let us
do all of the tedious tasks for
you so that you can work on the
important things! We offer
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published on Tap Into Edison.