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  •   PTSO

    Want to help out at JP? Join the PTSO and participate in the many opportunities this wonderful organization has to offer. Parent involvement matters! Click above to download a PTSO packet today!!!

     

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  • Merit

    Read about JPS Alumni on Merit!!!


     

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  •  Student Recognition - click here
    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.

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  •  News
    John P. Stevens in the News!!!

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  •  DEA
    Growing Up Drug Free 
    Click on the link below
    for a great resource on
    how to raise kids while
    preventing the use of drugs.
    The guide was created in
    partnership by the U.S.
    Department of Justice
    Drug Enforcement Admin.
    and the U.S. Dept of Ed.   

     

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Announcements

  • Summer School Office:
    732-650-5200 - ext: 35260
     
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  • Financial Literacy Requirement (After filling out the form and returning to your Counselor, you will register again at njvs.org)

     

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  • Important: All student athletes must return their medical forms by Monday, August 1st.  Failure to return medical forms will result in ineligibility to participate in fall sports.

    LATE FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.


     

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  • JPS Art Students Win the

    Vans Custom Culture Design Contest!!!

    Ms. Paolello and her students

    From over 3,000 schools that participated nationwide in the Vans Custom Culture Design Contest, JP Stevens came out on top, winning the grand prize of $50,000 towards the JPS Art Department. Elizabeth Lee, Jessica Xu, Eunice Lee, Alexandra Maris, Ingrid Chou, Chand Patel, Ethan Chang, Jessica Sun, Yixin Jiao, and Angela Jiang flew out to Los Angeles for the big event and were given gift cards and offered scholarships to Laguna College of Art and Design. Treated to many speacial events including Hollywood Walk of Fame, Disneyland, and a private concert by Echo Smith, Vans treated them like the stars they really are! Congratulations to Ms. Paolello and the JPS Art Team as well as all of the JPS Art teachers who have contributed to our student success!!!

    Click here to read an article about the event.


     

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  • Congrats to the Officers for Next Year!!!


     

     

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  • Congrats Ms. Pittenger!!!

    Ms. Rose Pittenger

    Congratulations to Science Teacher, Ms. Rose Pittenger, the 2015-2016 John P. Stevens High School Governor Educator of the Year Award! We commend Ms. Pittenger on this well-deserved honor and thank her for her tireless efforts in making JP Stevens an even better place than it already is!!!


     

     

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  •  

    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!

    Click here to donate


     

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Headlines

  • June Seniors of the Month

    Congratulations to the June Seniors of the Month, Shriya Khonde and Chris Ferranti. Both are excellent students who give back to the school and community and are dedicated to making a difference in the world. Click above to learn more about Shriya and Chris!!!

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  • JP Art Students Win Vans Competition!!!

    From over 3,000 schools that participated nationwide in the Vans Custom Culture Design Contest, JP Stevens came out on top, winning the grand prize of $50,000 towards the JPS Art Department. Elizabeth Lee, Jessica Xu, Eunice Lee, Alexandra Maris, Ingrid Chou, Chand Patel, Ethan Chang, Jessica Sun, Yixin Jiao, and Angela Jiang flew out to Los Angeles for the big event and were given gift cards and offered scholarships to Laguna College of Art and Design. Treated to many speacial events including Hollywood Walk of Fame, Disneyland, and a private concert by Echo Smith, Vans treated them like the stars they really are! Congratulations to Ms. Paolello and the JPS Art Team as well as all of the JPS Art teachers who have contributed to our student success!!!

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  • Dennis Aldea Named Presidential Scholar!

    J.P. Stevens senior Dennis Aldea has been named a 2016 Presidential Scholar. The award is presented annually to one young man and woman from every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and to U.S. students living abroad. Awards also are presented to 15 students chosen-at-large, 20 U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts and 20 U.S. Presidential Scholars in Career and Technical Education. Aldea is one of 160 seniors nationwide and one of only three New Jersey students chosen by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars to receive the award, given to seniors who have demonstrated "outstanding academic achievement, artistic excellence, leadership, citizenship, service, and contribution to school and community."

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  • JPS Seniors Selected to Snapple Bowl!

    Congratulations to cheerleaders, Tianna Bradford and Brianna Biezewski and football player, Rashiek Harvard for being selected to participate in the 23rd Snapple Bowl!

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  • JP Stevens' GMC Sportsmanship Award Winners

    Congratulations to the GMC Sportsmanship Award Representatives from JP Stevens, Lauren Tencza and Dan Defilippo! Lauren is a soccer, basketball, and lacrosse player while Dan competes in Wrestling and Golf. Both student-athletes represent just two of JP Stevens' many outstanding competitors! Congratulations to Lauren and Dan!!!

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  • Coach White Selected Coach of the Year!

    Congratulations to Coach Anthony White who was selected Red Division Coach of the Year and Conference Coach of the Year for Boys Volleyball!

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  • Battle of the Books!!!

    Thank you to Ms. Stein for bringing Battle of the Books to JP Stevens. Thanks to Taylor Dean for designing the tee shirts and supporting the event. On April 5th the teams battled in fun-filled literary competition and the top three teams (pictured here) competed against Edison and Highland Park High School on April 26, 2016. Click to see the results!!!

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  • U.S. Presidential Scholars Semifinalists!

    Cheryl Chang and Dennis Aldea have been selected as 2 of 689 semifinalists to advance to the final round of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars competition. From nearly 3.3 million graduating high school seniors, over 4700 students were identified as candidates in the program. Congratulations to both Cheryl and Dennis!

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  • Grand Prizewinners in the Project Law Competition!

    The Middlesex County Bar Foundation has chosen 2 JP students, Alyssa Desai and Shivani Gokhale, as Grand Prizewinners in the Project Law competition. The Bar Foundation will honor both students at a ceremony and reception at the County Courthouse. Congratulations Alyssa and Shivani!

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  • Shannon Gregory Competes in Junior Olympic National Championships!

    JP student, Shannon Gregory recently competed at the Junior Olympics National Championships in Fort Worth, Texas. Shannon tied for 7th place on Vault, tied for 15th place for Beam, and tied for 17th on Floor. Seven hundred girls competed this weekend.

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Notices

  • Important: All student athletes must return their medical forms by Monday, August 1st.  Failure to return medical forms will result in ineligibility to participate in fall sports.

    LATE FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.


     

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  • Click here to download a PTSO packet and join today!!! To contact the PTSO board with any questions, comments, or interest in getting involved, please email us at jpstevens.ptso@gmail.com and someone will be in touch with you as soon as possible.


     

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  • 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!

    Click here to donate


     

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  • Today is
    Monday, July 25, 2016
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    • Be sure to check out JPS news and important information on Twitter...
      @JPSHawks, @JPS_Athletics, @JPSReads, and @JPSCounseling!!!
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  • Not in Our House!!!


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  •  2014 Best HS
    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!

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  •        Stop & Shop
     
    Stop & Shop A+ Program -
    A portion of any purchase you
    make at Stop&Shop will be given  
    as a cash reward to our schools! 
    However, your store card MUST 
    be registered! For more details and  
    to register, click here.
     
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  •   Project Pieces
      Project P.I.E.C.E.S.
      Do you ever feel like there is not
      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
      services for your project needs,
      gift bags and tags, K-cups, and
      Click here to read an article
      published on Tap Into Edison. 

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  • New & Improved HawkMart Online!!!
     Hawkmart
    Interested in purchasing stylish
    JP Stevens clothing? Click here 
    to check out HawkMart's new
    website and order today!

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  • Have a Brick Engraved and Placed in the New JPS Patio! 
    Buy a Brick
    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,and organizations.  

     

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