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To the incoming freshmen and students new to the district – welcome, and to the returning upperclassmen – welcome back to Ewing High School for the 2016-2017 school year! As a student at EHS, you are encouraged to work hard to do your very best and get involved in school activities. The more you get involved, the more rewarding your school experience.
Welcome back to the 2016 - 17 school year!
Erin Devlin is an EHS graduate who is one of the most accomplished swimmers in Blue Devils history. She went on to continue her swimming career collegiately at American University. Devlin has been a highly respected club swimming coach in Mercer County for years and also has considerable experience in the scholastic arena, most recently serving as head coach for the Robbinsville-Allentown co-op high school program.
One of the greatest things about EHS is the diversity among students. We are one of the most diverse high schools in Mercer County, where the students come from different racial, cultural, religious and economic backgrounds. The students at EHS reflect the world, and one of the greatest things we do with our diversity is celebrate it. This comes through Diversity Week and multiple spirit days that introduce and acknowledge the unique backgrounds our high school has to offer.
This summer, Antheil Elementary School was honored to have Jeorjet Reyes help out with our summer programs and help prepare for the opening of school this September. Jeorjet Reyes is sophomore at Ewing High School; she enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.
For more than 20 years, the Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF) has championed education by providing grants to teachers and awarding scholarships to graduating seniors. Last May, we awarded a record $51,000 for grants and $3,250 in scholarships. Listed below is a complete list of the grants and scholarships awarded for the 2016–17 academic school year.
On occasion, a parent may have a concern, complaint, suggestion or request related to a school decision or policy. Many questions are easily and completely answered by communicating directly with the person in charge of the class or program. Each situation should first be addressed at whatever level the initial action was taken, with appeals moving on to the next level in the chain of command.
The Ewing Public Schools Named to the College Board’s Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success - Only 425 School Districts across the U.S. and Canada Are Honored.
Since 1994, The Ewing Public Education Foundation has awarded thousands of dollars of grants to Ewing Educators for innovative programming that directly benefits our community's greatest asset, the children in our community. Supporting programs and experiences for our students in Science, Math, Technology, Music, the Arts and civic programs has been our hallmark. Your support helps to fund these programs without the use of taxpayer dollars. Here's how you can help!