District News

  • EHS Boys Soccer College Acceptance Ceremony

    The Boys Soccer Program is extremely happy and proud to announce that two of their student/athletes have been accepted to Bloomfield College, Division II school. Kevin Patino from Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy played 4 years in the varsity squad scoring a total of 44 goals as a forward including the winning goal at the State Sectional Final game in 2015.

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  • U.S. News Ranks EHS, Hamilton Among Top 400 High Schools Nationally

    Elizabeth High School (EHS) and Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy ranked among the top high schools from throughout the United States as part of the 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools rankings.

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  • Top Ranking Juniors visit Princeton University!

    Twenty 11th grade students from Alexander Hamilton Preparatory academy and Elizabeth High Schools visited the campus and received valuable information regarding the undergraduate admissions process.

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  • Autism Awareness Month

    The month of April, also World Autism Month, serves as a strong reminder of the importance of serving Elizabeth Public Schools’ students with special needs.

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  • A Message from Board President Stanley Neron

    Yesterday, late afternoon, shortly before 5 p.m., Michael Da'shon Eargle, a young man of 28 years who attended Elizabeth Public Schools lost his life at the hands of gun violence. This senseless act of violence happened in broad daylight, at a time when children from our schools were walking home. Our children and our community members are not expendable. How many young lives do we have to lose to recognize our conflicts can be resolved with the voice of reason before responding with the hands of violence?

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  • Junior Seminar 2017

    The annual Junior Seminar event was held this past Saturday, April 8th at John E. Dwyer Academy which was open to all 11th grade students in the district.

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  • Winter Athletic Season Accomplishments

    As Winter indoor season comes to a close, our Winter teams accomplished several accolades worth noting

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  • Visiting Tuesdays

    On Tuesdays during the month of April, Board of Education member Diane Barbosa will visit classrooms of the district’s autism program to show her support and participate in class activities as part of “Visiting Tuesdays”.

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  • Autism Awareness Tree

    This tree which hangs across from the main office for all to see, displays how the teachers and paraprofessionals of the Moderate Cognitive Program (MOC) worked diligently together in spreading Autism Awareness throughout Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy under the support of Principal Jeff Roszkowski.

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  • John E. Dwyer Technology Academy participated in the Spring Tournament Bowling Competition for the Special Olympics of New Jersey

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  • EPS ‘Lights It Up Blue’ for World Autism Month

    For the second consecutive year, Elizabeth Public Schools is participating in the Autism Speaks “Light It Up Blue” campaign in observance of World Autism Month.

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  • EPS Selected by NAMM - Best Communities in Music Education

    District recognized by NAMM Foundation for second consecutive year

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  • SkillsUSA Edison Chapter Hosts Annual Veterans’ Luncheon

    Members of the SkillsUSA chapter at the Thomas Edison Career and Technical Academy recently hosted its 4th Annual Luncheon for Veterans. The luncheon, which took place in the Edison Career & Technical Academy’s Tea Room, was held in honor of the veterans housed at Veteran’s Memorial Home at Menlo Park in Edison, New Jersey.

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  • Day of Unity Promotes Strong Message Against Bullying

    Members of SkillsUSA Champions at Work from Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Academy, with the support of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and Elizabeth native Khaseem Greene, held a “Day of Unity” for members of the local community at the Fred Erxleben Recreation Center located at Richmond Street in Elizabeth.

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