• Educating the whole child through student clubs and athletic programs continues to be important to us. In order for us to maintain our valuable and enriching co-curricular activities, while at the same time maintaining a balanced budget, students will be charged a non-refundable fee for participation in extra curricular activities.

    The non-refundable fee for joining each club will be $15 and $50 for the Marching Band. There is no fee for non-sponsored clubs* or co-curricular clubs**. In addition any costs associated with the club will be paid for directly by students or through fundraising.

    Parent Guidelines for Clubs and Activities

    Band 8th Grade**

    Advisor: M. DaGrosa

    Extends classroom activities and learning experiences. Students attend rehearsals and prepare for winter and spring concerts.

    Band 9th Grade**

    Advisor: M. Perez

    Extends classroom activities and learning experiences. Students attend rehearsals and prepare for winter and spring concerts.


    Advisor: J. De Siena

    Extends classroom activity.

    Chorus Ensemble

    Advisor: J. De Siena

    Provides opportunities for students to demonstrate knowledge achieved in music classes by performing in choral groups, presenting concerts for communty events, PTA programs, etc.

    Churchill Study Help

    Advisor: M. Valeriano

    Assists students in problem subject areas under the direction of school personnel.

    Drama Club

    Advisor: L. Elson

                  D. Mannuzza

    Extends classroom lessons and activities by providing opportunities for students to organize the technical aspects of play productions and perform.

    GASP LGBT+ Club

    Advisor: C. Isola-Accardi

                   M. Valeriano

    GASP is a student led LGBT+ Club that advocates for acceptance, awareness, and equality for the LGBT+ community here at Churchill and beyond. GASP is a safe space for all students. All students are welcome! GASP is free to join.

    Girls Who Code

    Advisor: M. Krause

                  R. Cobb

    The mission of the Girls Who Code club is to close the gender gap in technology. Club members will learn computer science concepts by working in teams to create a CS Impact Project. The project will be designed to solve a real world problem through coding. Students will learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions which are the basis of all programming.

    We the People

    Advisor: M. Smith

    Provides 8th grade students experience as a feeder program for High School IPLE.

    Jazz Ensemble

    Advisor: M. Perez

                  M. DaGrosa

    Provides an opportunity for students to practice skills learned in music classes as they perform jazz music. Students audition and may participate in several student performances.

    Marching Band

    Advisor: B. Toth

    The award winning East Brunswick High School Marching Band is a competitive unit open to all 8th-12th grade musicians enrolled in the school music program, as well as any student wishing to participate in the Colorguard.  All members participate in a 2-week camp in late August, bi-weekly rehearsals in the fall, all football games, and competitive shows throughout the fall.  Marching Band is considered a varsity activity and sign-ups occur in May/June each year.  Please e-mail Mr. Toth at btoth2@ebnet.org or visit his TeacherWeb for further information.

    Math Team

    Advisor: A. DeLuca

    Develops increased understanding and interest in mathematics and allows students to offer tutoring; provides competitive events for students in math.

    Model Congress

    Advisor: J. Pawlowski

    Provides 9th grade students with opportunities to expand their knowledge of legislative procedures and the leadership role of congressional committees.


    Advisor: A. Braun

                   S. Franchino

    Extends and enhances classroom activities and learning experiences. Students attend rehearsals and prepare for winter and spring concerts.


    CJHS School Literary Magazine

    Advisor: L. LeClair

    Palette is a creative collaboration, blending together the talent, imagination and personality of the artists. Palette hosts open mic nights as a fundraiser for the magazine. Palette is produced completely by the students for the students. All are invited. Visit our website: http://palettecjhs.com

    Science Olympiad

    Advisor: W. Jasko

                   R. Cobb

    Extends knowledge learned in science and prepares the students for hand-on experiences and knowledge-based activities to be used in a statewide competition.

    Bio League

    Advisor: M. Gorman

    Develops increased understanding and interest in science and provides competitive events for students.

    Student Council

    Advisor: T. Hannon

                   M. Krause

    Plans and implements school service projects that benefit the community. Coordinates school activities, student government, promotes school spirit. Students have the opportunity to work together with each other, teachers, and administration to help enhance the overall climate of our school communtiy.

    CJHS Student Council Website


    Advisor: C. Smutko

                   D. Casioli

    Provides students with an opportunity to use skills learned in art and English classes in order to produce a school yearbook.