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  • Senior Awards Night Thursday, June 9th at 6:30 pm

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  • EHS Senior Oscar Benning Goes Above Expectations in Ceramics 1

    Students in Ms. Weber's Ewing High School’s Ceramics 1 course are finishing up creating African-inspired Coil Built Vessels. Oscar Benning, a senior, is featured here in this image, creating the tallest form in the class. Oscar wanted to go above the project requirements of a seven-inch height and his project will become about 4 feet tall once completed and assembled. Oscar's project will need to be fired separately to be attached after firing as it will be too tall to fit into the kiln as one piece. Oscar used a few different techniques to create his piece, in addition to coil building, such as: soft slab wrapped onto a cylinder mold and a drape mold process. Oscar plans on using his giant vessel for a new cereal bowl, no table needed.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight June 2022: Meet Sy'Maya Summiel

    What accomplishments are you most proud of?   I am grateful for all of the opportunities I have received in order to achieve these accomplishments. I have had the opportunity to participate in the 2021 MLK Commemorative Commission Youth Summit where I, alongside a college student, interviewed the Basketball Wives TV Personality, Jennifer Williams, and youth leader, Michael Spence. I was recently selected to be a member in the National Honor Society. During an MCCC Audio Production project, I interviewed my father, who’s President of the Trenton Chapter NAACP organization, and our interview was aired on 89.1 WWFM Jazz On 2 radio station. I recently received a gold medal in the NAACP NJ ACT-SO State Competition, so I will be competing at nationals in Atlantic City, NJ. I am very proud of myself and how far I have come. 

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  • EHS Marching Blue Devils Select 2022 Drum Majors and Field Show Theme

    As the Ewing Schools approach the end of the 2021-22 school year, the EHS Marching Blue Devils are looking toward the future. “The 2021-22 school year was a phenomenal success for our program,” EHS Marching Band Director Jason Price stated. “Taking in stride the challenges of returning to in-person learning, our high school musicians more than exceeded expectations.” That being widely acknowledged, the marching band is already making preparations for next fall's football season. The work begins with the exciting announcement that rising Senior Sydney Smith and Junior Lauren Nelson will be next year’s drum majors.

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  • EHS May 2022 Spotlight: Meet Yeshem Imam

    What are your plans after you graduate from Ewing High School?  I plan to attend The College of New Jersey as I have been accepted there with the Presidential and Lions’ Pride scholarship, a merit-based scholarship, and I will major in Biology. After that, I plan to attend medical school and eventually become a doctor.

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  • Ewing High School Inducts National Honor Society Members

    On Wednesday, May 18th, during a ceremony held in the beautifully refurbished Ewing High School auditorium, the Ewing High School chapter of the National Honor Society accepted and inducted its newest members. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character.

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  • EHS April 2022 Senior Spotlight: Meet Nekhi Glover

    My favorite class to date has been Human Behavior. I would encourage another student to take this class to learn more about the scientific aspects that play into identity and personality. 

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  • EHS Girls Bowling Wins State Championship!

    The Girls Bowling title run was a particularly thrilling event, with Ewing and Barnegat engaged in a Valentine’s Day classic. In the end, it took a strong team effort by all the EHS Bowlers; Sierra Reid, Mia Siminitus, Amandalynn Curtiss, Eliana Otto, and Megan Rosiejka, to hold off the Bengals and claim the state title for the Blue Devils. The lady bowlers were guided by the sage and stable hands of EHS alum Coach David Angebranndt, who interestingly enough, won a state championship in bowling as a student-athlete when he walked the hallways of EHS. “GoodNews” staff recently caught up with two of the newly crowned state champions, senior Sierra Reid and junior Mia Siminitus, to get their perspective on the team’s impressive achievement.

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  • Ewing High School March 2022 Senior Spotlight Meet: Madison Burnett

    What are your plans after you graduate from Ewing High School? After graduating from Ewing High, I will take my next step at Rutgers University of New Brunswick, where I will be majoring in Biomedical Science in pursuit to become an orthodontist. Please 'click' this headline for the complete interview.

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  • EHS Student is West Point Bound!

    Ewing High School senior Thomas Vellenga has been accepted into the United States Military Academy at West Point.  Admission to West Point is highly selective, only 7.74% of applicants were admitted to the Class of 2024. Vellenga has been an outstanding student throughout his time at Ewing Public Schools who has consistently challenged himself in every facet of student life including his academic coursework, athletic participation, and extra-curricular clubs and organizations. Please 'click' this headline for the article on this outstanding Ewing High School senior.

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  • EHS Student Takes Top Prize in Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition!

    Ewing High School has outstanding art offerings and very talented students of art, and that was demonstrated once again with a strong representation at the 2022 Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition. A work entitled “Luck in Boldness” by EHS Senior Madison Talbert garnered the top prize in the “Painting” category. The virtual show can be viewed until February 20th at: https://phillipsmill.artspan.com/. Please 'click' this headline to view the artwork by our talented EHS students.

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  • EHS Drama Troupe 4883 Qualifies for Nationals!

    Congratulations to Ewing Drama's Troupe 4883 for competing in the Virtual NJ Thespian Festival in technical and performance categories and for qualifying for Nationals in Indiana this summer! Ewing's International Thespian Society troupe participated in workshops and competed virtually in contrasting monologues, musical theatre solos, musical theatre duets and technical categories including stage management, knot tying and fitted sheet folding.

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  • What Parents/Guardians Need to Know About Teen Mental Health First Aid

    EHS will conduct teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) training for grade 11 students beginning this January during Health class. Please 'click' the link above for more information.

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  • EHS Girls Soccer Earns Accolades

    Coming off a competitive season in the ultra-tough Colonial Valley Conference, a number of Coach Shannon Pedersen’s Ewing High Girls School Soccer players earned end of the year honors and accolades.

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