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 JOHN JAY HIGH SCHOOL
HOME OF THE PATRIOTS
Ready, Motivated to Learn and Committed to Excellence!
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 Congratulations to JJ Artists:
Accepted into the Gallery 66 Teen Exhibition:
"The Face of Winter"
Claire Wu - "Downpour"
Eleni Neckles - "Christmas Light"
Gregory Jagelski - "Snow on Moss"
Kassie Lerman - "Glacier"
Kassie Lerman - "Tara & Ice"
Tabitha Barnett - "Bracing the Cold"
Talia Mistretta - "Below Zero"
Nubia Lorenzana - "Ebb"
Grace Cham - "Northern Lights"
Julia Sweeney - "Reality" & " Morning Glory"
Melissa Diakantonis - "Middle of Nowhere"
Anna DiFede - "Cold Path" 
 Feel free to visit their opening:
Gallery 66
66 Main Street
Cold Spring, NY
January 2 from 6-9
The show will run until January 24! 
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 JOHN JAY ATHLETICS RECOGNIZED BY NYSPHSAA
 
Congratulations to our Fall Varsity Sport coaches and student athletes for receiving the honor of the Scholar/Athlete Team Award for the 2014 Fall Season.  These students have balanced the roles of being a full-time student AND a full-time athlete.
Congratulations to the following teams:
 
JJ Boys Cross Country
JJ Girls Cross Country
JJ Field Hockey
JJ Football
JJ Boys Soccer
JJ Girls Swimming
JJ Girls Tennis
JJ Girls Volleyball 
 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO:
 
JJ ATHLETES' POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL'S
2014 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR:
Corine Burns- Girls Soccer
Ryan Schumacher--Offensive Player-Football
Robbie Schumacher--Defensive Player-Football
& Tom O'Hare--Football Coach of the Year 
 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO:
 
 JJ Boys Varsity Soccer
and
JJ Varsity Football
SECTION I
CHAMPIONS!!!!
 
We are Proud!!!
 Go Patriots!!!
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2015 John Jay National Merit Semifinalists
 
 
 
2014-2015
Administrative Assignments 
 
 Mr. Albanese 
Grade 9, Last names A-F & Grade 10 
 
Mrs. DiCioccio
Grade 9, Last names G-N & Grade 11
 
Mrs. King
Grade 9, Last names O-Z & Grade 12
 
 
John Jay High School
2012 Route 52
Hopewell Junction, New York 12533
 Phone: (845) 897-6700
Fax: (845) 897-67

  • Announcement from Dr. Dwight Bonk 12/19

    I am very pleased to announce that Mrs. Bonnie King has been appointed Principal of John Jay High School effective January 5, 2015 as I assume my new role as Assistant Superintendent for Administration for the Wappingers Central School District. I would like to thank the entire John Jay community for their support over the years and am very proud of what we have accomplished together as a school and community. I am looking forward to serving the entire Wappingers Central School District in my new capacity and am very confident that John Jay will continue to thrive and prosper under the direction of Mrs. King and the entire administrative team. Best Wishes and Happy Holidays to all !!!

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  • MISSION STATEMENT OF JOHN JAY HIGH SCHOOL

    JOHN JAY is a caring, disciplined high school dedicated to academic and personal excellence. We believe that all students can learn and will learn in their time at John Jay, and leave as outstanding citizens ready to contribute to society. The staff at John Jay High School accepts the responsibility to prepare all students to deal effectively with the challenges of an ever changing society in order to live successfully and happily. Our purpose is to prepare humane and effective critical thinkers, decision makers, and problem solvers.

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  • Attention Juniors: DCC English 101/102 Admissions Exam Registration

    Juniors interested in taking DCC English 101/102 in their senior year should sign up for the DCC Admissions exam in Room 239,the old guidance office, now known as the PPS Suites. The exam will be given in 2 sessions on Thursday, January 29th. Please sign up asap. See your English teacher or guidance counselor for more detail.

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  • From WCSD to World Series 2014

    The mission of the Wappingers Central School District is to empower all of our students with the competencies and confidence to challenge themselves, to pursue their passions, and to realize their potential while growing as responsible members of their community. Joe Panik has pursued his passion! Today we congratulate Joe Panik and his teammates on their World Series win. Since his days as a student in our District, Joe has pursued his passion for baseball through hard work and determination. Hopefully his dedication to baseball and academics serves as an inspiration to all of the current and future students of the WCSD.

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  • Congratulations, JOE PANIK!!

    John Jay Graduate, 2014 World Series Champion!!! ONCE A PATRIOT, ALWAYS A PATRIOT!!! WE ARE VERY PROUD!!!

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  • JJ Faculty MEETS GOAL FOR MUSTACHES FOR KIDS

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  • COMMUNITY MATH HELP PROGRAM

    For those of you who are new to the district or the Community Math Help program, this is a weekly, free tutoring program for mathematics students in grades 7-12. It is held at Van Wyck Jr. High School on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:00 p.m. Community members graciously volunteer their time to help our students in mathematics. The program begab Wednesday, 10/8. The permission slip is posted on the district webpage.

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  • 2015 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM -SEMIFINALISTS

    Congratulations to the following John Jay HS students who were named semifinalists: Nikolas Angyal, Jiten Bhatt, Peter Groen, Dhiraj Gupta, Caroline Seckler, and Timothy Sudijono

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  • School Messenger Information

    Click here for instructions to sign up for School Messenger

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