• Awards and Accomplishments 


    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 going on to college

    EBHS/MCC Pathways Program - 894 College Level Courses amassing 2815 College Credits

    Sixteen EBHS students were National Merit Scholarship Finalists

    Thirteen EBHS seniors graduated with Highest Honors

    Nine Presidential Scholar Candidates

    Thirty-seven National Merit Scholarship commended students

    166 new members inducted into the National Honor Society - 281 total members

    325 Presidential Awards for Academic Excellence

    Seven EBHS students placed 1st in the Central Jersey Math League Competition.  

    East Brunswick Public Schools German program has been designated a German Center for Excellence by the American Association of Teachers of German.

    One EBHS senior received the German Outstanding High School Senior Award by the American Association of Teachers of German.

    The following students earned the distinction of the New Jersey State Seal of Biliteracy.

    • Mandarin - 6 students
    • French - 21 students
    • German - 9 students
    • Italian - 6 students
    • Portuguese - 1 student
    • Russian - 1 student
    • Spanish - 48 students

    EBHS First Robotics Club received a First Place finish in the HAVOC First Robotics Competition in Horsham, PA.

    At the New Jersey Science Olympiad Regional Competition:

    • One CJHS Team placed first
    • Five CJHS Teams placed second
    • One CJHS Team placed third


    At the New Jersey Science Olympiad State Competition, two CJHS Teams received 1st place in their categories.

    Seven CJHS students received 1st place recognition in Biology 1 by the New Jersey Science League.

    Eight EBHS students received 1st place recognition in Physics C by the New Jersey Science League.

    Three EBHS Juniors were selected to attend the 2018 NJ Governor School of Engineering.

    Seventeen East Brunswick High School students participated in the nationally recognized Rutgers Waksman Scholars Program and have had their research published on the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) database.

    One EBHS student was a top 20 finalist in the USA at the 16th Annual USA Bio , and nominated by peers to do the closing remarks.

    One EBHS student was named MyCentralJersey.com Academic All Star.

    In the FBLA State Leadership Competition: One EBHS student placed first in Impromptu Speaking; one EBHS student placed first in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure;  two EBHS students placed first in Management Information Systems; one EBHS Student placed first Public Speaking; one EBHS student placed first in Word Processing and three EBHS students placed fourth in Emerging Business. Ten additional EBHS students placed in the top 5 in their categories.

    Three EBHS Juniors placed first in Toys that Teach Competition.

    One EBHS Senior placed first in Manners Matter event at the NJ FCCLA State Leadership Conference.

    The EBHS Math Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta inducted 100 members.

    Math Team won first place in the AMT NJ 40th Annual Contest.

    At the 36th Annual William Paterson University Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Contest three EBHS students received 1st place awards. The categories are: Novice Mandarin, Novice German and Intermediate German.

    The EBHS IPLE team, also known as the Institute for Political and Legal Education, placed 1st in the state again for the 30th out of 31 times in the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution Competition.  

    Placed Outstanding Large School at Rutgers University Model United Nations

    One EBHS student received the 1st place 3D (Don't Drive Dangerously) PSA Award from Middlesex County.


    The Arts

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

    • 2018 CJMEA Intermediate Region Choir (13)
    • 2018 CJMEA Intermediate Band (2)
    • 2018 CJMEA Intermediate Orchestra (21)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Region II Honor Choir (12)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Region II Symphonic Band (1)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Region II Orchestra (7)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Wind Ensemble (1)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Symphonic Band (3)
    • 2018 CJMEA High School Orchestra (4)
    • 2018 NJMEA All-State Symphonic Band (2)
    • 2018 NJMEA All-State Wind Ensemble (1)
    • 2018 NJMEA All-State Orchestra (2)

    EBHS welcomed 46 new members to the Tri-M National Music Honor Society.  There are currently 64 students at EBHS with this recognition.

    Chamber Orchestra won Best Overall Orchestra at Rutgers String Day

    EBHS Orchestra won first place in their division at the Boston Heritage Festival

    Bella Voce received Superior and Outstanding ratings while Concert Choir received Superior and Exemplary ratings at the American Choral Directors Association festival

    Marching Band continued top performances with excellent ratings including performances at both MetLife Stadium and Rutgers University

    EBHS Jazz Ensemble made it to the NJAJE State Finals

    DRAMA CLUB: Still Life with Iris and Cinderella performed to a packed house and were met with rave reviews

    Student artwork was displayed and presented at Art Galleries across the State




    One EBHS wrestler accomplished 100 career wins.

    One EBHS Athlete was a sectional qualifier in all four Gymnastics events.

    One EBHS Athlete was named to the First Team All-State for Soccer by NJ.com.

    Two EBHS Athletes were named to the First Team All-State for Bowling by NJ.com.

    One EBHS Athlete achieved 100 career points in Girls Lacrosse.

    One EBHS Athlete was selected to the NJ Football Coaches Association Super 100 All-State Football Team.

    One baseball player threw a perfect game

    Red Division Championships

    • Girls Soccer
    • Girls Volleyball
    • Girls Swimming
    • Boys Swimming
    • Boys Bowling
    • Baseball
    • Girls Basketball
    • Girls Golf

    GMC Championships

    • Girls Soccer
    • Girls Volleyball
    • Girls Swimming
    • Boys Winter Track-Relays
    • Girls Bowling
    • Boys Golf

    Sectional Champions

    • Boys Bowling (Group 4 Champs)


    • Boys Golf
    • 85 All-Red Division Student Athletes
    • 56 All GMC Student Athletes
    • 10 Individual GMC Champions
    • 7 Sectional Champions
    • 18 Student Athletes committed to playing their sport in college



    Irwin Music Teacher, Michele Moore was named 2017 New Jersey Music Educator of the Year.

    CJHS French Teacher, Claire Rodrigues, received a Certificate of Recognition as an Outstanding Educator Award from the University of Chicago.

    Warnsdorfer Physical Education Teacher, Erik Myer was named  2018 Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by New Jersey Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

    District staff collected $3,400 for Autism Awareness.

    District Staff collected $3,195 for Breast Cancer Research and Pediatric Cancer Research for the Rutgers University Foundation.



At the annual Staff Awards Ceremony the following staff members were celebrated and applauded:
25 Years of Service Awards