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The Ewing Public Schools is one of only 433 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 7th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Perhaps most significant is that this is the second consecutive year the Ewing Schools have received this honor, a rare occurrence.
Ewing High School Unified Basketball Team defeated Moorestown High School’s Unified Team 36-31 in a thrilling contest to win the NJSIAA State Championship.
In which activities do you participate? I participate in the Peer Leadership program, am a member of National Honor Society and Student Council. I am a scholar-athlete on the Girls Varsity Soccer team as well as the Girls Varsity Lacrosse team. I am first stand in the Orchestra and a member of the Pit Band for the school musical, Legally Blonde.
The Governor’s Teacher and Educational Professionals Recognition Program was developed in 1985 for the purpose of recognizing and honoring teachers and educational professionals who exhibit outstanding performance. The motivation for this program is based on the premise that teaching excellence is one of the most significant factors impacting student achievement and the quality of public schools.
Congratulations to senior Ellen Pietsch whose artwork won 1st place in the "works on paper" category at the Phillips' Mill Youth Art Exhibition. LeeAnn Cleckner and Kyla Brewington were also recognized with Honorable Mentions in the same category. Congratulations to our other student artists whose work was also selected for the exhibition: Amanda Alexandre, Patrick Delfosse III, Taylor Green, K'la Peyton, and Alyssa Phillips.
In the past 10 years Ewing High School graduates attended 414 colleges and universities, please 'click' to review the list:
The Random Acts of Kindness Committee is the heart of the kindness movement at Ewing High whose aim is to help everyone create a better school climate by spreading awareness and increasing engagement in kind actions. We invite you to be a part of the MOVEMENT!
What made you want to become a teacher? I actually went to Princeton thinking that I would be pre-med -- going to medical school after graduation was part of my plan through the middle of my junior year. As much as I loved my pre-med courses, I realized that the two things that made me happiest were working as a camp counselor during my summers and volunteering at an after-school tutoring program in Trenton. I never could have anticipated how instantly I would fall in love with teaching. Please 'click' to read about this outstanding educator.
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