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12th Grade
Senior Picnic
June 19th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Reichler Park – FREE to all graduating Seniors.

Attention guardians of a 2017 SBHS graduate
If you would like to order a graduation banner to display at a graduation party, or to hold at graduation, the following information is for you! 
Costs: Orders submitted by May 26th will be $25 per banner. Orders after May 27th will be $30 per banner. June 2nd is the last day to submit an order.
Ordering and Payment: Please complete the form and select an option. Payments must be sent to Ms. Boyer, Student Council Advisor (Activities Office at the HS) within 2 days of form completion.Checks can be made to SBHS-Student Council.
*Student's Name will appear as it is on their school records and the photo used will be the yearbook photo on file. Please do not send a photo.
Delivery: Graduates must pick up their banner on June 20th at cap and gown distribution. Please look for the Student Council Table.
NO FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JUNE 2nd!!!!!!! Questions? E-mail
Use the link below to order. You must hit submit for the order to be processed.

Lunch Account Memo 


Yearbook Distribution begins this Thursday
 2017 Yearbooks will be distributed by the red and blue cafeterias this Thursday, June 1st and Friday, June 2nd during lunches. These will be the ONLY times to pick up a yearbook. Any student who is not available on these two days to pick up his/her yearbook will have to wait until the following week. Students must bring their ID to pick up their pre-ordered yearbooks. There are surplus yearbooks available for purchase on the spot. The cost is $100 cash or check made payable to "SBHS Activities - Yearbook." Any student looking to purchase a yearbook on Thursday must see the adviser Ms. Lehre.


End of Course Biology Testing
End of Course Biology Testing will take place on Wednesday, May 31st and Thursday, June 1st for all students taking Biology I,  Honors Biology 1, or General Biology. 
Bio Testing Room Locations


After School Bus Schedule for remainder of the school year
Friday, June 9th will be the last day for the 5:15 late bus.
Wednesday, June 14th will be the last day for the 4:00 late bus.


Project Graduation News

Project Graduation Permission Form

Sign up for the biggest graduation party- every Senior invited!! !Bus sign-ups start Tuesday, May 30th during lunches in the cafeteria alcove!
Please click on the following link to view the Project Graduation Permission Slip that needs to be returned to the 12th Grade Office by June 2nd.  Project Graduation Permission Form


Senior Parents- NEW ITEM-SHOW YOUR PRIDE WITH A GRADUATION LAWN SIGN-only $15.00! We are only taking orders until May 31,2017! Get your order in and let's paint the town BLACK and GOLD!

Project Graduation Lawn Sign Info
Project Graduation Lawn Sign Design


Recognize a Senior

Do you know a senior that you would like to recognize to help make his or her graduation night a memorable occasion? You can make a donation for one or more seniors and include a personal message of congratulations which will be forwarded to the senior(s).


Chaperones are needed for Project Graduation!

It is a time for celebration and graduates often “party hop” in their efforts to celebrate with as many of their classmates as possible, particularly on graduation night. In an effort to create a safer and more memorable graduation night for all of our students, all graduating seniors are invited to attend The Project Graduation Event at The Funplex in Mt. Laurel, NJ.  Project Graduation provides a safe alternative to party hopping – it keeps all of the graduates off of the roads, prevents any of them from becoming an accident statistic and allows their parents to rest more easily, knowing their son or daughter is celebrating in a safe, chaperoned environment.  Project Graduation is an all-night, tobacco, alcohol and substance free event. Between 80-90% of our seniors attend each year.
In order to make this event possible, we need to provide 30-40 chaperones to The Funplex to ensure our students are having a safe and enjoyable celebration.  In the past, parents and older siblings (over 21) of seniors and underclassmen have chaperoned, along with teachers, paras, counselors and police officers.  It’s a one-night investment of your time that will make a world of difference to the success of our event.  Will you consider helping us out and volunteering as a chaperone this year?  Chaperones arrive at 9:00 pm at SBHS,some assist with bus check-in and some accompany the students on busses to The Funplex and then spend the evening overseeing and monitoring activities at The Funplex until 4:30 am when it is time to board busses and return home, usually tired, but happy!  There is time built in for some fun, food and relaxation for all chaperones throughout the night, so it’s not all work and no play!  And no worries about ‘intruding’ on your graduate’s night – with almost 600 graduates in attendance, you’ll rarely each other!

If you are willing to chaperone, or would like to find out more about doing so, please contact  Your time and effort in support of Project Graduation will be greatly appreciated!


Summer Institute Information
Enrollment for the 2017 Summer Institute has been extended to June 2. Seats are available in most courses including Advanced Biology, Advanced Chemistry, Personal Financial Management, Into to Web Design, College Academy, and the College Application Essay Seminar.  Summer Institute information is available by visiting the SBHS website:

The Summer Institute will begin on June 27, 2017.  

  • Three-week courses will run from 6/27/17 to 7/18/17 and six-week courses will run from 6/27/16 to 8/8/17.  
  • Session II courses will run from 7/19/17 – 8/8/17
  • There are no classes on 7/4/17 in observance of the July 4th holiday.  

Please contact Thomas Decker, Head of School with questions. 


A message from our PTO…
Are you looking for ways to get involved in school?  PTO is a great way to get involved, we are looking to fill the Secretary/ Social Media Coordinator position for the next school year.

Secretary / Social Media Coordinator – Record and type minutes from monthly meetings. Manages e-mail addresses and sending e-mails on behalf of the PTO. Check PTO mailbox and distribute mail to appropriate Executive Board members.  Supports the secretary. Handles social media and maintain social media sites and marketing correspondence for the PTO.
Please use the link below to submit your form for the open position.


Grades 9, 10, 11
Community Education Summer Programs
Don't miss Community Education Summer Programs for High School students! Our Viking Sports Camps
are taught by South Brunswick coaches and welcome all skill levels. Camps offered are Boys & Girls
Lacrosse, Boys & Girls Volleyball, Boys & Girls Basketball, Gymnastics, Boys Soccer, Cross Country,
Field Hockey and Tennis. Stay active and make new friends this summer by joining a Community
Education camp! Summer Sports Camp 2017


9th Grade Only
The Community Education Leadership Training Program gives students who are 15 and going into the
9th & 10th grades the opportunity to gain valuable experience working with young children in our BASE
Day Camp. Students need to complete an application at least two weeks before a camp session begins,
provide references and be interviewed as part of the selection process. Apply for one, two or all three
sessions: July 10-21, July 24-August 4, August 7-18. The cost is $245 for each 10 day session from
9 am - 4 pm, with the option of coming to before and/or after camp at no additional cost. 
Request an application by emailing


Parent Academy Workshop
Please join us for the last workshop of the school year on May 30th entitled A District Syposium on Homework from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
Please click here for additional information.


2nd Annual Viking Dash 2017 - Friday, June 2nd, 3:00pm Rain or Shine
South Brunswick High School
This event is being held in the interest of wellness and charity. We encourage entrants to put together a team of individuals that can work together to finish this challenging course that will have over 15 obstacles. Click here for more information.
Athletics News

Viking Athletic Club Fundraisers

Retro Fitness of Kingston  will donate $20.00 to the Viking Athletic Club for every new member that joins the gym.  You have to bring in the attached promotional flyer or show it on your phone to receive your savings. Retro Fitness Fundraiser


Viking Athletic Club Golf Outing

Viking Athletic Club Golf Outing will take place on June 22nd at The Golf Course of Concordia, located at 3 Clubhouse Drive in Monroe.  It is a 2:15 shot gun start.  Lunch will open at 12PM and served prior to the start.  Attached are the details should you be interested in participating or sponsorship.  Please contact Karen Bertucci, 732 329-4044, Extension 3247 if you have any questions.  All proceeds will go towards the VAC - Athletic Scholarships. Viking Golf Outing Packet Info


South Brunswick High School 2017-2018 Athletic Program Start Dates

Please click on the following link to view the start dates for the High School FALL SEASON.   All physicals must be completed and submitted by the deadlines posted on the High School Athletic web site. Athletic Tryout Dates


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School will not be in session on Monday, May 29th in honor of Memorial Day.



Final Exam Bell Schedule
Thursday, June 15th                7:30-9:35 A.M.           Block 1A Day
                                                9:50-11:55 A.M.         Block 2A Day
Friday, June 16th                     7:30-9:35 A.M.           Block 1B Day
                                                9:50-11:55 A.M.         Block 2B Day
Monday, June 19th                  7:30-9:35 A.M.           Block 3A Day
                                                9:50-11:55 A.M.         Block 4A Day
Tuesday, June 20th                  7:30-9:35 A.M.           Block 3B Day
                                                9:50-11:55 A.M.         Block 4B Day
Wednesday, June 21st                         Exam make-ups/Early Dismissal
Students will only be allowed to make-up their final exams if they have a doctor’s note and if they receive approval from their assistant principal.  Please note that family vacations and other non-educational activities are not included in the list of “excused absences”. They are considered “unexcused” absences and MUST be planned so they do not interfere with school attendance.  To ensure the integrity of our final exams, teachers will not make special arrangement for students to take finals prior to final exam week.

June 22 is an early release Day – Combined A/B Day Schedule.




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