• EHS ASYSST Program is OPEN Virtually!

    Please join our Google classroom "EHS ASYSST" with code "o577zkq" to access information about mental health, self care, and emergency resources as well as fun activities to help pass the time. If you need to speak confidentially with a counselor or are concerned for the safety of you or another student please 'click' this headline for contact information.

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  • Online AP Review Sessions Start Today. Please Click for Direct link

    Daily online AP Review sessions for each AP course start today. Sessions are 45 min and can be viewed live or recorded. Click the link to see the schedule and enter a session.

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  • REGISTER TO VOTE!

    EHS Seniors/Juniors Register to VOTE Today! 'Click' for additional information and link to register to VOTE!

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight: Meet Dorsen Joseph

    What do you want people to know about Ewing High School that they might not know? Ewing High School has some great opportunities, though you do have to take advantage of the opportunity within the lifetime of the opportunity, because if you don't, it's your loss.

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  • Blue Devil Players Promote Literacy

    The Blue Devil Players recently toured Parkway, Lore, and Antheil Elementary Schools to promote literacy in our schools month with a production of Seussical! The cast performed a 32 minute adapted production of Seussical! and in a "Talk Back with the Cast" students shared with our elementary school students the power of being yourself and to know that anything is possible, if you believe it and put your mind to it!

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  • Welcome to Ewing High School. Home of the Blue Devils!

    For a website language translation, use the pull down menu at the top of this page.

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  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

    The district is proud of our accomplishments with regards to the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. Open this headline for information and the 2017-2018 self-assessment report.

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  • EHS Athletics Cares about the Community!

    New Ewing High School Athletic Director Ernie Covington has a vision for his student-athletes."My goal for our kids is that they not only get better at their sport through their participation in our athletic program, but that they also become better people," Covington commented. "One way to accomplish that is to realize that there are issues and causes bigger than you, and to get involved in making other people's lives better.

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  • Senior Spotlight: Meet Nathalia Davila

    What accomplishments are you most proud of? This summer I received a scholarship to participate in the CIEE High School Abroad program in Alicante, Spain. I passed the month of July living with a Spanish host family, taking daily language and culture classes for college credit, and going on cultural excursions. It was an amazing experience I will seriously never forget and I'm incredibly proud of myself for doing it!

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  • Ewing High School's 2020 Governor's Educator of the Year is Ms.Lauren Wood!

    EHS Principal Mr. Chmiel stated, "Ms. Wood is one of the best educators I have worked with in my career. Her dedication to the students is exemplary, performance in the classroom outstanding and she's a wonderful person. Ms. Woods is an excellent selection as EHS Teacher of the Year."

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  • EHS Bowler Rolls Perfect Game!

    It's very hard, and extremely rare, but a Ewing High School student-athlete actually accomplished this during a scholastic athletic competition. Senior Malcolm Richards knocked down every pin in front of him as the Blue Devils defeated Bordentown at Slocum's Bowling Center.

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  • EHS Peer Leaders Volunteer for Diaper Duty at HomeFront

    The Ewing High School's Peer Leadership class recently volunteered at HomeFront's Ewing campus. Peer Leaders helped out in the diaper warehouse, packing up donated diapers to be dispersed to families in need. Peer Leaders had a fun and fulfilling day and were happy to be able to help our local community.

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  • Destiny Weeks Receives Scholarship to Berridge Program in France Summer 2020!

    Congratulations Destiny Weeks, a junior at Ewing High School who was selected to receive a scholarship to the Berridge Program in Chateau le Mont Epinguet, France this summer, an award that was received at the 2019-2020 NJ Thespian Festival.

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  • ASSYST Program and Preferred Care Welcome the New Year with Kindness and Compassion

    This experience was an incredible way for ASYSST to elevate our community with kindness by honoring our elders. With this ongoing spirit of connection and compassion, we hope everyone has a Happy New Year!

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  • EHS AP U.S. History Class Visits Museum of the American Revolution

    Ewing High School students enrolled in EHS AP U.S. History class enjoyed the opportunity to tour the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • Frankenstein Comes to Life on Stage for EHS English IV Classes

    Some of the students from Ms. Bailey-Williams' English IV classes grinned their way through their reading of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein earlier in the semester, and some grumbled as they read through the Romantic classic, but all were delighted as they attended a student matinee of the play at Princeton's McCarter Theatre.

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  • Who to Contact When...2019-2020

    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. Please 'click' for list of contact information.

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  • Ewing Students Represent Incorruptible.Us Youth Tobacco Action Group of Mercer

    Ten Ewing student ambassadors represented the District with students from five other counties at the Incorruptible.Us Youth Tobacco Action Group of Mercer County at the New Jersey Governor's Press Conference on the results of the Governor's Vaping Task Force. Governor Murphy released new policies controlling vape flavors and new standards for point of sale.

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  • Caring About Our Community: EHS!

    "We are very proud of our staff and students at Ewing High School," Principal Ed Chmiel stated. "They truly do want to give back and do good things for the people of Ewing Township. We hope this carries over to our student's adult life as citizens."

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  • Ewing Athletics Cares About Our Community

    The fall sports season featured both the Ewing High School Field Hockey and Girls Soccer team taking part in "Play for the Cure" games on behalf of cancer research and fundraising.

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