KEAN High School Leadership Conference

This year the students from the 8-12 campus were invited to the KEAN High School Leadership Conference. Over 20 schools attended from all over New Jersey and had a total of around 500 students. Ms. Coyle and Ms. Rahman brought 25 students that consisted of recommendations from the different leadership programs here at PCSST. We had representatives from Student Council, JROTC, Peer Leadership, Elite 30, National Honor Society and Trendsetters. 

The students were greeted with a guest speaker that spoke about finding your passion and “being bold enough to be yourself”. He talked about his journey through college about having a major and being successful but not being happy. How his life changed his path and now he talks to students around the world about changing theirs.

The students then broke into groups and worked with different students from a variety of high schools throughout New Jersey. It was a great experience and hopefully not the last conference for these leaders!

Paint Night

On February 15th and 22nd, 2024 the 2-3 campus had its first Parent and Child paint night! This is a new initiative for our campus to help build community amongst our families. And

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Black History Month Assemblies

Black History Month was created to focus attention on the contributions of African Americans to the United States. It honors all Black people from all periods of U.S. history, from

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CCP Mid-Year Celebration

On Saturday, February 24th the College Coaching Program hosted their annual Mid-Year Celebration. Parents and students came together to celebrate the program and their achievements. Awards such as Character, Most

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Valentine’s Day Dance

4-7 Wabash Campus and the Middle School Lady Lions Cheerleading Team present their 2nd Annual, “Valentine’s Day Dance”. This Valentine’s Day dance was first initiated and presented as an invested

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Most Improved Breakfast

On Friday, February 23rd the 8-12 campus hosted a “Most Improved” breakfast which was a part of our SWAG celebrations. The most improved breakfast celebrated students who raised their GPA

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