Jefferson Township High School
Mr. Kevin Lipton
Dr. Vickki Nadler
Mr. Michael Lonie
Mrs. Josephine Ramirez
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Mrs. Jennifer Kraljevich
Nurse, X. 5821
School Hours: 7:15 am - 2:15 pm
William Carroll, SRO - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Romash, CSO - email@example.com
1010 Weldon Road
Oak Ridge, NJ 07438
(973) 697-3535 / Fax (973) 208-8409
Follow us on Twitter: @JTHSFalcons
JTHS Mission Statement
The mission of Jefferson Township High School is to encourage all students to reach their potential as self-directed and creative individuals who act responsively in dealing with intellectual, social/emotional, technical, environmental, ethical, and fiscal decisions.
This mission will be accomplished through a shared commitment to excellence in teaching and learning, enhanced by active partnerships, mutual respect, and communication between the school, students, families, and the greater community.
Please look at the Virtual Backpack on Quick Links for events and camp flyers.
HIB Self-Assessment 2020-2021
May Students of the Month
Art - Natalia Szarynski
Business - Sofia Bettridge-Ricciardi
English - Scarlett Melick
Health/PE - Rory Coyle
Mathematics - Frank Giangerelli
Music - Erik Garv
Science - Catalina Mal
Social Studies - Michael Rothstein
Technology - Emily Dikun
Video Production - Andrew Cooper
World Language - Alejandro Bazan
Attention Jefferson Township High School Class of 1972: Please contact Charly Svoboda for information on next year's 50th Class Reunion. Charly's contact is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make sure to stay updated with important information that is listed under the "Announcements" section on the left side.
Dear Parent/Guardian and Students,
Applications forthe academies are now open! The mission of the JTHS Academies is to provide select students an alternative, but progressive and elite high school experience. Students who attend the JTHS Academies will engage in an honors-level theme-based curriculum, and move through the program in a cohort with their grade level.
The JTHS Business and Finance Academy students will participate in unique and authentic learning experiences including, but not limited to, Stock Market Challenge, Profession Shadowing, Student-run Credit Union, School Store, Volunteering, Industry Work, Euro Challenge, Career Day, QuickBooks Certification, Public Speaking and participating in DECA. Additionally, students will not only enroll in honors-level courses but beginning Junior year, they will be eligible to take the following courses and receive up to 21 credits from Fairleigh Dickinson University. These courses include Sports and Entertainment Honors, AP Economics, Advertising and Promotion Honors, Entrepreneurship Honors, Business Law Honors, International Business Honors, and Marketing 2 Honors.
The JTHS STEM Academy students will participate in unique and authentic learning experiences including, but not limited to, CAD Honors, Robotic Engineering, Pre-Calculus Honors, Chemistry Honors, Engineering 1 & 2 Honors, AP Physics, and AP Computer Science A. The program will conclude with a Scientific Research Capstone Experience where during their senior year, students will apply the knowledge and skills acquired from the first three years in the Academy to the completion of the patent process. Beginning Junior year, they will be eligible to receive up to 24 credits from Fairleigh Dickinson University for the following courses, Honors Pre-Calculus/AP Calculus AB/BC, Academy AP Physics 1, Engineering 2 Honors, AP Calculus AB/BC, AP Physics 2, AP Computer Science A, and Scientific Research/Capstone 1 & 2.
The JTHS Multimedia Broadcasting and Journalism Academy students will participate in unique and authentic learning experiences including, but not limited to, TV & Radio Broadcasting, Podcasting, TED Talks, Sports & Entertainment Journalism Reporting, Public Speaking, Social Media Marketing, Blogging, and Graphic Design Editing. Additionally, students will not only enroll in honors-level Broadcast Journalism specific courses but beginning Junior year, they will be eligible to take the following courses and receive up to 24 credits from Fairleigh Dickinson University. These courses include English 11 Honors, English 12 Honors, US History II Honors, Advanced Sports & Entertainment Journalism Honors, Video Production III Honors, Advanced Communications Honors, Digital Editing and Design Honors, and Contemporary Media Honors.
For more information on the Broadcasting Multimedia & Journalism Academy contact: Derek Sica at email@example.com or 973-663-5782 ext. 5073
For more information on the Business & Finance Academy contact: Maria Dunbar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-663-5780 ext. 5077
For more information on the STEM Academy contact: Conor Devine at CDevine@jefftwp.org or 973-663-5780 ext 5072