• Awards and Accomplishments 

    2019-2020 


    Academics

    East Brunswick is the only district in the state to have 11 Blue Ribbon Schools. The schools are Bowne-Munro, Central, Chittick, Frost, Irwin, Lawrence Brook, Memorial and Warnsdorfer Elementary Schools, Hammarskjold Middle School, Churchill Junior High School and East Brunswick High School.

    Over 95% of graduates go on to college.

    East Brunswick High School was recognized by NJ.com as one of the Top 50 New Jersey High Schools with the best SAT Scores. 

    East Brunswick School District has earned a position on the 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll.  The annual AP District Honor Roll recognizes districts for increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.

    EBHS/MCC Pathways Program - 789 students took DCC courses and amassed 2532 credits. This was across 30 different courses.

    Nine EBHS students were National Merit Scholarship Finalists

    Fourteen EBHS seniors graduated with Highest Honors.

    Forty-seven National Merit Scholarship commended students

    East Brunswick High School welcomed 146 new members into the National Honor Society

    338 Presidential Awards for Academic Excellence

    Four students won the Cybersecurity Competition hosted by Brookdale Community College

    NJ Seal of Biliteracy
    136 high school seniors earned the distinction of the New Jersey Seal of Biliteracy 

     

    Qualifiers: 

    Arabic - 8 

    Chinese - 5 

    French - 19

    German - 17

    Italian - 10

    Korean - 2

    Portuguese - 1

    Spanish - 74

     

    Five of the above students earned two Seals of Biliteracy:
    Korean and Spanish

    Korean and Spanish

    Portuguese and Spanish 

    Russian and French

    Chinese and Spanish

    The EBHS Math Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta inducted 79 members.

    The EBHS IPLE team, also known as the Institute for Political and Legal Education, placed 1st in the state again for the 33rd time in 34 years in the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution Competition.  Thirty EBHS seniors were a part of the IPLE team. 

    In the FBLA State Leadership Competition:

    One EBHS student placed first in Electronic Career Portfolio

    Two EBHS students placed first in Entrepreneurship

    One EBHS student placed first in Healthcare Administration 

    One EBHS student placed first in Political Science

    The Arts

    Congratulations to student musicians selected for Honors, Regional and All-State Ensembles:

    • 2020 CJMEA Intermediate Region Choir (8)
    • 2020 CJMEA Intermediate Chamber Orchestra (2)
    • 2020 CJMEA Intermediate String Orchestra (4)
    • 2020 CJMEA Intermediate Band (1)
    • 2020 CJMEA Intermediate Wind Ensemble (1)
    • 2020 CJMEA High School Region II Orchestra (5)
    • 2020 CJMEA High School Wind Ensemble (1)

    EBHS Tri-M National Music Honor Society, there are currently 72 students at EBHS with this recognition.

    One EBHS student won the Young Women Composers Camp at Temple University

    One EBHS student won the Relache New Music Ensemble Commission Competition

    One HMS student won the 2019 Road Safety Art Contest

    Two students won the Artistic Achievement Award

     

    Athletics

    Varsity Cheerleaders placed 1st in a Competition.

    Five EBHS Athletes won All GMC Awards

    One EBHS Athlete won the GMC Bowling Individual Award

    CHAMPIONS

    DIVISION

    CONFERENCE

    SECTIONAL

    GROUP

    Girls Soccer

    Girls Tennis

    Gymnastics

    Boys Soccer

    Girls Soccer

    Girls Tennis

    Gymnastics

    Girls Tennis

    Girls Bowling

     

    Girls Tennis

     

     

     

    OVERALL STATE CHAMPIONS:  Girls Tennis

     

    Faculty and Staff

    One teacher won the Urban Land Institute Teacher of the Year Award.

    District Staff collected $2,800 for Breast Cancer Research and Pediatric Cancer Research for the Rutgers University Foundation.

    District Staff celebrated National Go Red Day. The American Heart Association sponsors this event in an effort to raise awareness for women's heart health.   A district wide denim day raised $3,135 to benefit cancer research.