April 5, 2019


The character education word of the month is TOLERANCE


STUDENT: Tyler Summerson


He is following the rules wearing 1 ear-bud in the hall way. What a great example of what our students’ should be doing!

STUDENT: Nicholas Williams


Nicholas could win Student of the Week every week! Nick is an optimistic student who has tons of EHT Pride. He is the first one to tell me what's happening with the school and he is very supportive of athletics, theater and clubs! He has grown tremendously with his math skills, and deserves to be recognized!

EHT at Math Mayhem 2019

On Saturday March 30, 2019, 112 students from 13 regional high schools competed at Stockton University’s 8th annual Mathematical Mayhem competition. EHTHS sent 15 students this year to participate in both the individual and group rounds.

The individual round consisted of 18 multiple choice questions of varying difficulty to be answered in 75 minutes. Junior Vicky Zheng finished second place overall and was the top finisher from EHTHS. Sophomore Russell Bamberger also scored well, tying for 8th place overall.

For the group round students worked cooperatively in teams of three to answer 5 more challenging questions, and EHTHS claimed both first and second place. First place went to the team of Vicky Zheng, CJ Faulhaber, and Sakhi Shah (all juniors). Close behind in second place was the team of seniors Aidan Himley, Sheikh Mahmud, and Eddie Tran.

Overall the event was enjoyable, despite the extreme difficulty of the questions. EHT students continue to impress and we are looking forward to next year’s competition!


Samantha Scalese was selected as winner of the Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship, "a recognition of her accomplishments, hard work, and bright future in the field of computer science"! There were only 100 winners country wide out of a pool of 25,000 applicants. She is receiving a $40,000 scholarship ($10,000 per year) and is offered a paid software engineering internship with Amazon the summer after her freshmen year.

Here is a link to the AP release:

Six of our female computer science students were recognized by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) as winners or runners up for the NCWIT Philadelphia Area Affiliate Aspirations in Computing Award.

Julie Chen

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Local Honorable Mention

Julia Keating

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Local Honorable Mention

Samantha Scalese

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Local Winner

Sakhi Shah

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Local Winner

Vicky Zheng

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Local Winner

Samantha Phung

Egg Harbor Township High School

2019 Rising Star

​These six girls were invited to a reception at the University of Pennsylvania on Wednesday April 3rd.

Two additional students, Selena Zheng and Emily Pang, received certificates of distinction for their applications.

Junior Vicky Zheng was accepted into this summer's Governor's School of Engineering and Technology at Rutgers University.

Juniors Sakhi Shah and Raza Abbas just completed their 3 day workshop on Artificial Intelligence. For three Mondays in March they taught their peers about artificial intelligence, neural networks, and programming in python. These workshops were from 2:20-5:00 pm. Twenty students attended all three workshops (with several others attending at least one). The workshops concluded with a presentation on the Ethics of AI by a Ph.D student from Princeton University.



Thursday, April 11th, 7pm to Sunday, April 14th, 2pm

24 High School Drive

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

$10 Adults

$8 Children and Students

Big picture


April 11 - 14, 2019

Egg Harbor Township High School presents

Mary Poppins

April 18, 2019

Abbreviated Day

12:12pm dismissal

April 19-28

Spring Break


April 29, 2019

School reopens

May 5, 2019

EHT Education Foundation 3rd Annual Color Run/Fun Walk



Registration begins at 8am

Run/Walk begins at 9am


The Egg Harbor Township Education Foundation will be holding its Third Annual Fly Like An Eagle Color Run on Sunday, May 5th at the high school. Registration will start at 8am and the event will begin at 9am. The event will cost $25 for adults and $20 for students. Registration forms will be located in the Main office and can be returned to the front office or to Joe Lucchio. You can also register by going to:

Each year the Education Foundation provides college scholarships to graduating seniors, as well as mini grants, which many of us have benefited from! All proceeds from the event will go toward the foundation. The event will be fun and family oriented, including a bounce house and limited-edition items from the “Eagle’s Nest” for sale, featuring the Color Run EHT Eagle! Information will be sent home with students, and their registrations can also be returned to the front office or to Joe. Feel free to invite friends and family to join the event, as well as share it on your social media. We hope to see you there!

Thanks so much,

The EHT Education Foundation


Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

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


Girls Spring Track and Field

4/2/19 at Atlantic City

The girls opened up their season with 3-0 record winning the quad meet against Ocean City, Atlantic City, and Vineland.

EHT 105 Vineland 24

EHT 79 Ocean City 61

EHT 97 Atlantic City 38

Boys Spring Track and Field

Atlantic City, Ocean City, Vineland High Schools at EHTHS on 4/2/19

EHT 109 AC 31

EHT 88.5 OC 51.5

EHT 80 Vineland 60

Event Winners:
100 Trey Henry 10.9
200 Trey Henry 23.5
800 Eric Barnes 2:05
1600 Marcuz Ygana 5:18
3200 Gobi Thurairajah 10:08.6
400 Hurdles Will Spence 61.7
110 Hurdles Anthony Vazquez 17.7
4x400 relay Ahmad Brock, Will Spence, Anthony Vazquez, Luis Rivera Turell 3:40.8
Long Jump Mubeen Momodu 20-3.25
Triple Jump Mubeen Momodu 43-4.5
High Jump Mubeen Momodu 6-0
Pole Vault Josh Cohen 10-6
Shot Put Mike Carfagno 45-7.5
Discus Mike Carfagno 128-3

EHT 3-0

Girls Crew

Lake Lenape Sprints

Varsity 4 'A' -- 2nd place

Varsity 4 'B' -- 3rd place

Junior 8 -- 3rd place

Junior quad -- 1st place

Novice 8 -- 3rd place

Novice 4 --- 3rd place

Boys Crew

This past weekend EHT Boys Crew competed at both the Lenape Sprints in Mays Landing and the Manny Flicks III at the Cooper River. Notable performances included:

Novice 8+ Rowers Ronnie Sansom, Jimmy Curry, Hubbard, Noah Levering, Gage Thomas, Faddy Omar, Nick Simone, Max Berg and Coxian Crystal Luo with a first place finish each day

JV 4+ Rowers Justin Kent, Siddarth Patel, Chris Sunga, Mason Brown and Coxian Bailee Sikora with a third place finish on Saturday and 6th out of 24 on Sunday

Varsity 4+ Rowers John Piccard, Jacob Shobe, Scott Zimmerman, Adam Sarhan, Coxian Jackie Phan with a second place finish on Saturday, and 8th out of 24 on Sunday.

Boys will compete again this weekend at both Lenape on Saturday and Schuylkill on Sunday.

Freshman Softball

The Freshman Softball team lost their season opener to Ocean City on Thursday 4/4. All six innings was a dog fight between each team. Unfortunately, EHT lost their lead in the bottom of the sixth inning to an intense rally by Ocean City resulting in a final score of 18-9. We did have three infield home runs by Maddison Glick, Emma Lynch, and Vickmary Colon. Each and every girl played with intensity and heart.


EHT 9 @ ACIT 5 - 4.2.19

The Lady Eagles traveled to ACIT Tuesday afternoon to play the 2019 season opener. The team wasted no time and got down to business early, scoring 6 runs in the top of the first inning. Jill Sweeny pitched a strong 5 innings and Madison Glick closed the game with 2 strikeouts. Payton Keblish played a strong defensive game behind the plate and was 2/3 with a single and a double, driving in 3 runs.​

Varsity Softball

4/2/19 - EHT 11 ACIT 1

The Varsity Team opened up the season with a victory over ACIT 11-1.

Haley Korsak was the winning pitcher on the mound with 6 K's while only giving up 1 walk.

The offense was provided by Jess Sarni, Zoe Bork, Kaitlyn Riggs, and Sandy McKinley.


The Golf team began the year with two victories. On Monday, they beat Vineland at Buena Vista by a score of 162-229. Brett Alleva shot 39, Andrew Ngo shot 40, Brett Campbell shot 41 with a birdie, and Katrina Cabinian shot 42. Colin Bagot and Josh Ungerer also carded 42s, meaning all six golfers posted a CAL qualifying score. On Wednesday, they began a new era at a new home course, McCullough’s Emerald Links. In true Links fashion, the wind gusted to over 30mph at times. The Eagles soared through the light breeze to post a 161-276 victory over Bridgeton. Josh Ungerer shot 39, Katrina Cabinian shot 40, and Andrew Ngo and Colin Bagot both shot 41.

Girls Varsity Lacrosse

EHT Girls Lacrosse has been doing well, we are on a two game winning streak! WIN- vs. Cedar Creek 20 - 2 and WIN- vs. Oakcrest 21-1! Huge win vs Gami 17-5 and we are looking forward to our game on the road Friday vs. Lower Cape May at their place. Very proud of these girls with the way they are coming together as a team!

Boys Tennis

Boys tennis defeated Oakcrest in season opener on Monday, 5-0; lost a close match to Vineland 3-2 in home opener on Wednesday. Andrew Yuen both matches at #1 singles!

Varsity Baseball

4/2 Holy Spirit 5 EHT 2

The Eagles open the 2019 season on the road dropping a tuff road game to Holy Spirit. The Eagles were led at the plate by Anthony Feinstein 2-4, and making his varsity debut was recent Wagner College baseball commit Frank Wright. Wright enter the game in the 3rd inning. Frank gave up 0 hits while striking out 5 batters over the next 3 2/3 innings.

The Eagles return to action on Thursday at Home vs Timber Creek 4pm.

Regular Season

4/4 Home vs. Timber Creek 4pm

4/5 Away vs. St. Augustine 4pm

4/9 Away at Vineland 4pm

4/10 Home vs Bridgeton