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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

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    PARCC

    March 27 - 31

    Reminder to all students taking PARCC:

    • Bring your charged MacBook
    • Bring earbuds

     

    Reminder to students not taking PARCC -- be at your bus stop approximately 3 hours after regular pick-up time. 

     

    Please click "Headlines" tab for more information.


     

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  • honor roll

    Marking Period 2 High Honor Roll students: 9th Grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade

    Marking Period 2 Honor Roll students: 9th Grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade


     

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  • J.P. Stevens Music Program

     

    All-State Orchestra

    JPS Music Program!

    The John P. Stevens High School Orchestra program, under the direction of Brian Verdi, is proud to announce that six students from their program were selected through audition to the 2017 N.J. All-State Orchestra.  

    Joheen Chakraborty
    Kelly Chen
    Prateek Khandelwal
    Sunjana Kulkarni
    Varun Vasudevan
    Grace Wang
    Daniel Zhan

     


     

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  • Support the Class of 2019 with

    Yankee Candles!!!

    Support the Class of 2019!

    Please support Class of 2019!   Yankee Candle Fundraiser
    Click here to order  Enter Group:  990094545
    If you are buying on behalf of a student, please enter their student name and seller ID upon check out. Orders will run until April 5th.    


     

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  • JPS FBLA

    Congratulations to the JP Stevens Future Business Leaders of America for their stellar performance at this year's State Leadership Conference. JP was able to earn 1st Place as a school for the Conference Championship as well as the Largest Membership Award! Click here to view the list of amazing JP students who won awards!


     

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  • Vote Today!!!

    Help JPS win the $2,500 grant from Farmers Insurance.  Vote every day through March 31st- the top voting schools will win! 

    Click the link below and search Edison, NJ to find JPS. 

    To Vote, Click Here!!!


     

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  • Click to Register


     

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  • We need your help!!!

    Attention, Parents/Guardians of Junior, Sophomore and Freshmen students... we need help with Project Graduation!
     
    An event has been created on eventbrite for parents to signup and come for the meetings. We plan to have 1 meeting every third Wednesday of the month. 
     
     
    Proposed Meeting Dates:
     
    Planning 1: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 7:00 PM 
    Planning 2: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 7:00 PM 
    Planning 3: Wednesday, April 27, 2017 7:00 PM 
    Planning 4: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 7:00 PM 
     
    Project Graduation Wednesday, June 21, 2017 7:00 PM - GYM
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  • SAT Bootcamp at JP Stevens  -

    Just $175 Per Student

    The SAT and ACT are boring exams, but learning to ace them doesn't have to be. At Catalyst, we take the actual SAT and ACT every time they're given to gain insider knowledge of these exams, and we pass our expertise to students with patience, understanding, and a welcome sprinkling of humor and creativity.

     

    Catalyst’s two-day SAT Bootcamp arms students with go-to strategies for every question they’ll face on the day of the test so they can march into the SAT with confidence, momentum, and every key strategy fresh in their mind. 

     

    SAT Bootcamp at JP Stevens

    Saturday, April 22nd, 9am - 1pm

    Saturday, April 29th, 9am - 1pm

     

    (Students attend all days.)

     

    Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar or call us at800.235.0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity isWednesday, February 22nd.


     

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  • Do you have Hawk Pride?

    Earn your BOTC points by participating in each Spirit Event!!!

    March:

     

    17: St. Patrick's Day (Wear Green)

    24: Flip-Flop Day (Teachers dress like students,

    students dress like teachers)

     


     

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Headlines

  • High School PARCC Testing Schedule Announced

    IMPORTANT: Parents/Guardians and high school students MUST read this important announcement regarding High School PARCC Testing.

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  • March Seniors of the Month

    Congratulations to the March Seniors of the Month, Anjali D'Amiano and Paul Trevidic. 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 !!!

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  • JP Freshmen Earn CSPAN Recognition!

    Freshmen Shekhar Iyer, Amit Archarya, and Aman Karangutkar teamed up to create "Before the Rise", a short documentary entered into the CSPAN National Video Competition, StudentCam. They were honored at JP by representatives from CSPAN. Click on the link for an opportunity to view their award-winning video!

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  • Kiara Warfield Selected to Leadership Academy!

    Through nomination, application, and interview, JP junior Kiara Warfield has been selected to attend the 2017 Mercy College Summer Leadership Academy! During this scholarship-funded week, Kiara will learn from business leaders, participate in team-building activities, and visit Fortune 500 companies while putting her leadership skills into action!

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  • JP Theatre Students Shine!

    Over the weekend Ms Rich and 3 Theatre Arts students attended the New Jersey English Speaking Union Shakespeare Competition, in Princeton. The competition consisted of the performance of both a Shakespearean monologue as well as a Shakespearean sonnet. Representing JP Stevens were Diane Cervelli, Ayse Goncu, and Rutvik Ashtikar. We are happy to announce that Rutvik Ashtikar won the competition and will go on to represent New Jersey on May 1st at Lincoln Center for the Nationals! Congratulations to all of those who auditioned and represented JP Stevens in this competition.

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  • NJ Department of Education Changes HS Graduation PARCC testing requirements for class of 2020 and beyond.

    NJ Department of Education Changes HS Graduation PARCC testing requirements for class of 2020 and beyond ...

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  • Congrats Coach Canova!

    Congratulations to the JPS Boys Bowling Coach, John Canova for earning Red Division and All-Conference Coach of the Year!

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  • JP Choir Excel at Sing N Joy Princeton 2017

    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.

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  • GMC Swimming Champions!

    Congratulations to sophomore Jenna Yan, the GMC Champion in the 100M Breaststroke and senior Andrew Galarza, the GMC Champion in the 200M Freestyle!

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  • JP Student Earns Honorable Mention!

    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.

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Notices

  • NJ Department of Education Changes HS Graduation PARCC testing requirements for class of 2020 and beyond. Please click here to read an important letter from Margaret Deluca, Chief Academic Officer.


     

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  • Student Drop Off  

    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.


     

     

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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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  • 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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Student Videos

Four JP Students Win 1st Place!
film pic

The film Reflections created, produced, and directed by Kevin Gordon, Matthew Hanna, Tin Yan Fung, and John Kattan (pictured above) won first place in the MY HERO International Film Festival 2016.  The film brings light to the hardship students face in bullying and focuses on how a bystander's empathy can give someone the strength to standup for what is right.  Click here to see the film.


 

Pep Rally

 

Click here to see a video of our Fall Pep Rally.

  • Today is
    Thursday, March 30, 2017
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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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  • JP Stevens #24 in NJ!

    Click here for full list!

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  • Click here to read about JP


     

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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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  • 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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  •   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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  •        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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