High School Weekly Update


It's already been an exciting week! We started with two days of in-service for our teachers, followed by welcoming over 2500 students back to the hallways of Egg Harbor Township High School! It was a great opening! Athletics' is in full swing now as all teams have had their season opener. You may want to check out our football team who will face Atlantic City at Atlantic City Friday night, Sept. 6! Please check our athletic schedules weekly to catch our teams in action. The next thing to look forward to is meeting our parents. Back to school night is September 12, starting at 6:30. Looking forward to meeting you all!

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FBLA Makes History

Egg Harbor Township High School made history this year at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas. EHTHS had a record high number of FIVE projects qualify for finals. An even greater level of excitement was reached when every single finalist from EHTHS were in the top 10 and placed on the Nationals stage.

Specifically, two groups made Egg Harbor Twp. HS history when Malini Gulati and Mohini Gulati became National Champions with their project being awarded first place, and Shivani Acharya, Nicholas Pennock, and Selena Zheng’s project placing second. This is the first time anybody from EHTHS has placed that high.

Congratulations to all of the students that competed, and to their advisers Kim DiMaggio, Lee Buhrman and Eileen Duff on making EHT proud.

You can view the press release here;


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Egg Harbor Township students win medal at FCCLA national conference

Samantha Donnelly and Hayley Duncan from Egg Harbor Township High School attended Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s (FCCLA) largest National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California June 30-July 4.​ They participated in one of 40 Family and Consumer Sciences related competitive events. These events support foundational, leadership, and workplace skills in areas such as advocacy, culinary arts, and entrepreneurship. Their event, Focus on Children, helped develop a new awareness of healthy food choices for the students in our ABC Preschool. Competing with over 5,000 STAR event participants, Samantha and Hayley were awarded a silver medal for their project.

Here is a link to the article in The Current of Egg Harbor Township;


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Jet Camp with Mr. Etzel Brower

The Jet Camp sponsored b y the Aviation Institute of Maintenance instructed students in the basics of maintaining an aircraft in the air by controlling lift, weight, thrust, and drag. The program culminated into a one time experience of taxying down a shouldered runway at the Philadelphia Northeast Airport while adjacent runways served rolling jets cleared for take off. The structured aircraft frame was built to collect wing data to support lift design and will be on display for EHTPride Day on September 21, 2019.

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Students from the High School’s Communications Academy joined EHT-TV’s Mrs. Mullen and Mr. Gardner for the 2nd annual “COMM Camp” week. For 4 days in August, students in grades 10-12 participated in a variety of broadcast video and advertising experiences.

Early in the week, the students filmed and edited content for the first week of Eagle News. On Wednesday, they traveled to Ocean City Boardwalk to film a promotional video about living near the Jersey Shore. On Thursday, they went behind-the-scenes of the newly renovated Tilton Square Theater to learn how films are distributed to local theaters. They also learned about more of the technology of an IMAX theater and what goes into target marketing for movie trailers. The COMM Academy looks forward to providing more relevant learning opportunities throughout the year. Be sure to turn into Eagle News every morning during homeroom for the latest student-produced content.

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Casie and the College Board

As an AP Coordinator Consultant for the College Board, Casie presented in seven locations this summer including NYC, Tulsa, and the Annual AP Conference in Disney World. Casie led several different workshops, aimed at helping AP Coordinators with all of the new changes to registration and exam ordering. Casie (and EHTHS) appear on page 113 of the coordinator’s manual, as one of four people selected for a profile. It’s the first time actual humans are featured in the manual! She’s also now the commissioner of the College Board fantasy football league. LOL!

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Mr. Handshaw attends STEM Guitar Building Institute

I just thought I would share with you all my website that I made as part of the STEM Guitar Building institute I went to in July. The class was a full week and was one of the best experiences of my professional and personal life. I am excited to implement this as a project for my upper level class with hopes of making this a stand alone class in the future.


Thank you all for allowing me to go to this institute this summer and for taking the time to look through the website. Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer!

Welcome Class of 2023!

Egg Harbor Township High School welcomed it’s largest class of incoming freshmen on Monday, August 26th.

The class of 2023 was greeted by our school mascot, senior ambassadors, band and cheerleading teams, guidance department, and central and high school administration. Students were taken on tours, signed up for clubs and activities, and enjoyed a pizza lunch!

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Thank You Senior Ambassadors!

Senior Ambassadors were in for a 3-day training in the beginning of August for team-building, and working on skills like effective communication, active listening, identifying problems, recognizing warning signs, knowing when to get help and conflict resolution strategies. They also planned their part of Freshman Orientation; from taking anonymous questions/concerns from our incoming freshmen, coordinating tours and performing skits for them about EHT High School life


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September 12, 2019

Back to School Night


September 30, 2019

School Closed - Rosh Hashana

October 9, 2019

School Closed - Yom Kippur

October 14, 2019

School Closed - Columbus Day



Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

Telephone: (609) 653-1804 Fax: (609) 653-0335



Girls Tennis

The girls tennis team opened the season on Tuesday with a 3-2 win over Schalick High School. Freshman Jamie Theophall won her singles match 7-5, 6-0. Doubles Tiffany Tran/Lauren Theophall and Madison Braithwaite/Emma Lynch also won in straight sets.

Varsity Football

​The Silver Eagles open up their 2019 campaign this Friday 9/6 with an away game vs. the Atlantic City Vikings. The team is led this year by Seniors Stephen Moore and Woodrow "Tre" McKenzie. Other seniors who are returning starters include Ben Cericola, Yasir Triniwell, Michael Chew, and James "Man-Man" Tucker.

Varsity Field Hockey

Field Hockey lost their opening game at West Deptford 5-1. Goal was scored by Jette Trumbauer and assist was Madison Hannan.

Varsity Boys Soccer

September 4th, 2019. The boys of Egg Harbor Township High School soccer travelled to Blackwood to face Highland High School to start off their 2019 season. The sun was blazing hot, but nothing compared to the fire coach Peter Lambert had his boys serving up to the Tartans. To start off the season, Ahmad Brock buried a low drive off of a counterattack that left the opposition wondering how a man with such blazing speed could still manage to have the touch of a mother gently cooing her infant to sleep. As the old adage goes, if one good turn deserves another, Ahmad decided to take another and another and another before his goal scoring appetite had been sated. Ahmad was also able to feed both Burak Cimen and Kevin Aquiriano with goals before hanging up his boots for the day. The prodigal son returned when Manny Ruiz replicated his game winning State Tournament spot kick from 2016 as his welcome back home present to the team. Luis Ceron put the final exclamation point on this tour de force with a chip shot. Just before halftime, the Tartans were able to beat veteran goalkeeper Tyler Weller, but that was a small blemish on his already stellar performance. The Eagles ended the day 8-1 for the first victory of the season.