4:00 PM JPS Tailgate
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM JPS Home Football Game
9:00 AM JPS Hawkeye Car Wash
9:00 AM JPS Key Club Car Wash
2:30 PM JPS Co-Curricular Fair
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM JPS Freshman Social
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM JPS College Fair
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM JPS Class of 2017 Social
Become part of J.P. Stevens history.
Leave your mark by having a brick
engraved with your name and placed
in the New JPS Patio alongside those
of fellow JPS alumni, students, donors,
Click here to order or email
Student Recognition - JP Students
are recognized for their academic,
artistic, and athletic accomplishments.
Current accomplishments can often
be found on the front website page.
After some time they are relocated to
the Student Recognition Page.
When: This Friday 4:00
Where: JPS Football Stadium
What: For $5, you will receive food, drink, fun and games, and entry to watch the Hawks beat up on South Brunswick! Proceeds to to the JP Stevens Athletic Programs. We hope to see you there!!!
|Science National Honor Society Applications are due October 7!!!|
Stop by to learn about what JP has to offer
and try something new!!!
JP Stevens Co-Curricular Program Presents the 2014-2015
Club Fair, October 1st, after school, in the cafeteria.
|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.|
John P. Stevens High School Ranks among the best!
Inside New Jersey ranks J.P. first in Arts and Academics in Middlesex County, New Jersey Monthly ranks J.P. 30th in the state, and US News and World Report ranks J.P. 27th among top high schools. J.P. continues to strive for excellence!
Support the Class of 2015 with Yankee Candles!!!
The JOHN P. STEVENS HS CLASS 2015, has just kicked off our Yankee Candle® Fundraiser and we need your help! We are raising funds for special programs and materials. Our group earns 40% of every dollar you spend.
Click here to see the collection of candles™, candle accessories, flameless fragrances and assorted gift wrap. Shop online and everything is shipped directly to you.
Please make sure you enter the Group Number 990056171 and Seller ID Francesca45 for the class to receive credit.
If you have any questions, please email Francesca.Koval@edison.k12.nj.
Thanks, we appreciate your support!
Become part of J.P. Stevens history. Leave your mark by having an engraved brick placed in the new patio alongside those of fellow JPS alumni, students, donors, and organizations. Help J.P.S. continue to pave the way to a brighter future for our students brick by brick. Click here to order.
John P. Stevens' rising senior, Jeff Xie, completed his dream run
Friday, August 1st, by winning Teen Jeopardy in a very rare
tie-breaker! Here are just a few articles, news stories, and radio interviews
Jeff has earned with his tremendous achievement!!!
This past school year, 16-year-old Julia Zou was inspired by Project Sunshine's mission of helping children with medical challenges and took it upon herself to start a Kids for Kids chapter at her local high school, J.P. Stevens High School in Edison, NJ.
The staff of the JPS Regalis Yearbook attended a 3-day Jostens workshop at Gettysburg College to plan the 2015 yearbook edition. Regalis won 3 awards: 1st in Theme Development and Presentation, 2nd in Design, and “Best in Show”, the top honor out of over 80 staffs representing high schools in the Northeast.
Students from JP Stevens High School went to battle in the Annual Knowledge Bowl competition at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference and emerged victorious for the 3rd in 5 years. The National Champs are Captain Rohit Iyer and teammates Trisha Gugale, Xanadu Lee, Michelle Qu, Connor Shah, and Stephanie Zhang.
On Sept 6, Mr. Martinak was honored as an Educator of Distinction by the National Society of H.S. Scholars at FDU. Every year nominations are received from students who feel teachers have served as “outstanding role models and positive influences, those who have made a lasting difference in students’ lives by encouraging them to strive for excellence."