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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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  • Accepting nominations...

    Nominate Today!






    *Mail Form To: John P. Stevens High School

    Attn: JPS Hall of Honor Committee

    855 Grove Avenue

    Edison, NJ 08820


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  • Attention: Sports physicals for Fall 2017 Season are due by July 14th. Students who fail to submit their paperwork on time will be unable to participate.


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  • Catalyst Online SAT Prep

    PTSO Fundraiser

    July 10 


    JP Stevens PTSO

    Maximize Your SAT and ACT Score with Catalyst’s CEO!

    This summer, Catalyst Prep’s Founder and CEO, Jared Friedland, will be leading a special online prep course for students looking to learn SAT and ACT strategies from an unparalleled expert.

    Schedule: 8 three-hour SAT & ACT strategy lessons. All lessons will be held live so that students can pose questions, request further explanations, and volunteer answers.

    Session A - July: 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31. All lessons will be held from6pm - 9pm EST.

    Session B - August: 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23. All lessons will be held from3pm - 6pm EST.

    Curriculum: Students will benefit from Catalyst’s comprehensive SAT and ACT curriculum as well as full-length diagnostic tests and 10,000 practice questions.

    Tuition: Just $399 per student.

    Click here to register or for more information about this rare prep opportunity, call 800.235.0056 or email info@CatalystPrep.com.

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  • Free Hug Day 2017 


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  • Congrats Ms. Pittenger!!!

    Mr. Alfonzo

    Congratulations to Mathematics Teacher, Mr. Richard Alfonzo, the 2016-2017 John P. Stevens High School Governor Educator of the Year Award! We commend Mr. Alfonzo on this well-deserved honor and thank him for his 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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  • JPS Alumni/Reunion Information

    If you are involved with the planning of a J.P. Stevens reunion or have information about an JP Alum, please send an email to anthony.shallop@edison.k12.nj.us, and we will post your information on the website!

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  • June Seniors of the Month

    Congratulations to the June Seniors of the Month, Rakshaa Ravishankar and Tanmay Majmudar. 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 Rakshaa and Tanmay!!!

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  • Eric Li, Middlesex County Volleyball Player of the Year!

    Congratulations to junior, Eric Li, who earned Middlesex County Volleyball Player of the Year accolades. The JP Boys team lost a tight one to Bridgewater-Raritan in the Sectional Final, but Coach Anthony White is certain Eric and the boys will be ready next year to make another run.

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  • Sharwani Kota Honored by Prudential

    For over 20 years, Prudential has sponsored the National Spirit of Community Awards Program. The program honors students who’ve made a difference – and inspired countless others to consider how they might contribute to their communities. Each year, JPS nominates one student for this award. This year, senior Sharwani Kota was nominated and was awarded the prestigious Bronze Medal—one of six in the entire state and the highest award given to any JPS student. Sharwani spends many, many hours planning, organizing and facilitating fundraisers for her charity HOPE4Spandana…a non-profit organization providing support to children with autism. Sharwani has devoted her energy and time to advocate for Autism Awareness, raise funds to support families and to research for the cause and cure of Autism. She and her group have raised over $90,000.

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  • JP's Ravishankar Excels in Chess!

    JPS freshman, Ramitha Ravishankar is an international chess player. Recently she tied for 4th place in the US Amateur East Chess Championship! In doing so, she was able to win the top prize for a competitor under 18 years of age! Way to go, Ramitha!!!

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  • JP's Yang Makes US Physics Team!

    This spring you can find America's brightest emerging physicists at Physics Boot Camp. They come from California, Florida, India, Indiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington. There are high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. They will arrive in College Park, later this month to prepare for the next stage of the competition that will identify the world's best high school physics students. The twenty-two students have emerged, through a rigorous exam process that began last January with approximately 4,800 students who participated in the Fnet=ma exam, to become the 2017 U. S. Physics Team. Among them is JPS junior, Haobang Yang!

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  • JP Students Win 1st in Poster Contest!

    Congratulations to junior, Jusleen Basra and senior, Stephanie Lee who placed first in each of their categories of the New Jersey American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Poster Contest. Jusleen (left) won in the Hand-drawn Category and Stephanie (right) won in the Digital Category. Congratulations ladies!

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  • Chandra Tiruchi Earns Bronze!

    Congratulations to JP senior, Chandrasheker Tiruchirapalli for earning a Bronze Medal under the Congressional Award program from Washington D.C. The medal was awarded to him by Congressman Frank Pallone on May 8th at Rutgers University.

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  • Rutvik Ashtikar Wins a Foxy!

    Recently, at the 9th Annual Foxy Awards at Montclair University, Rutvik Ashtikar was presented with the award of Best Actor in a Classical Play for his portrayal of Hamlet in JP Steven's Fall production. In a separate event, with a performance of a sonnet and monologue from Shakespeare, he won a place as one of the 10 finalists in the 34th annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition in New York City. The Competition took place on May 1, 2017 on the stage of the Mitzi Newhouse Theater with 54 semi-finalists from as many ESU Branch competitions nationwide. Rutvik previously won the ESU Princeton Branch competition.

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  • Local Project Receives Prestigious Historic Preservation Award

    JP sophomore, Steven Zederbaum (2nd from rt) received a 2017 New Jersey Historic Preservation Award on May 11 for his work at the Sarah B. Jordan Board House commemoration in Edison. The coveted award was presented at a ceremony at the Burlington County Olde Courthouse to 6 preservation projects from across NJ.

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  • 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

  • Today is
    Saturday, July 22, 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!

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  • Click here to read about JP

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  • New & Improved HawkMart Online!!!
    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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