Six ALJ Graduates Make History Receiving Same Scholarship

June 27, 2018

PRINCETON, NJ – Six of Arthur L. Johnson’s varsity senior cheerleaders recently received scholarships from the New Jersey Cheerleading & Dance Coaches Association (NJCDCA). This is the first time the NJCDCA awarded scholarships to six members of the same school. The cheerleaders were honored at an awards ceremony and brunch in Princeton on Sunday, June 10.

Students Chloe ...

SLIDESHOW: Scenes From Arthur L. Johnson High School Graduation 2018

CLARK, NJ  - Enjoy a pictorial review of the Arthur L. Johnson High School Class of 2018 direct from the field.  The grins, the emotions and the celebratory moments. 

The entire graduation ceremony can be viewed here:

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Arthur L. Johnson High School Holds 62nd Annual Commencement

CLARK, NJ – The graduation of the Arthur L. Johnson High School Class of 2018 was a celebration of success and achievement.  Emotions ran high as the school’s 62nd Commencement took place Thursday evening on the ALJ football field.

ALJ Assistant Principal Edward Bucior was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.  Musical selections highlighted the program.

'Virtual Tickets' Available For Arthur L. Johnson HS Graduation Thursday Evening

CLARK, NJ - Only a few more hours to go before the senior class of Arthur L. Johnson High School step across a stage to receive their diplomas.   Moms, dads, grandparents, siblings, extended family and more often wish to be there to cheer on their favorite graduate. Since tickets are limited for each student, only a few can actually go to the event.

All hope is not lost as those ...

ALJ Key Club Teaches Preschool Students About Stranger Danger

CLARK, NJ - The Arthur L. Johnson Key Club, led by School Counselor Ellen Zamboni, presented a unit on Stranger Danger to the children of the Clark Preschool recently.  Like its parent organization, Kiwanis International, the club’s main objective is to assist in carrying out the mission of serving the children of the world. 

During their time together, high school ...

Clark's ALJ HS Scrub Club Hosts 2nd Annual Organ Donation Awareness Day

CLARK, NJ - The Arthur L. Johnson Scrub Club, a pre-med class held an assembly in collaboration with the NJ Sharing Network for all high school students recently in recognition of their second annual Organ Donation Awareness Day. Several speakers explained the importance of organ donation.

The club’s advisor, Bernadette Jacobi, began the assembly by thanking the speakers and ...

Clark HS Teacher Franklin Stebbins Receives “Gina Lanceter Power of One Award”

CLARK, NJ - Arthur L. Johnson High School Holocaust/Genocide Studies teacher Franklin Stebbins was recently awarded the Gina Lanceter Power of One Award presented by the State of New Jersey’s Commission on Holocaust and Genocide Education.   

The award was created by Lanceter’s family and the Commission in her honor. According to a letter from Dr. Lawrence Glaser, ...

Three Arthur L. Johnson HS Students Receive “We Care” Scholarships

CLARK, NJ - Three Arthur L. Johnson High School seniors  were given We Care Awards by the Union County School Counselors Association (UCSCA) last Thursday evening.   Dana Evelina, Kaitlyn Hogan and Emma Knutson were recognized for their contributions of time, energy, talent and commitment to various community-focused activities.

According to school officials, the ...

ALJ Scholars George Visconti and Gregory Zukowski Honored by Union County Superintendents’ Roundtable

CLARK, NJ - Arthur L. Johnson High School Class of 2018 Valedictorian George Visconti and Salutatorian Gregory Zukowski were honored at the thirty-third annual Recognition Breakfast for Outstanding Scholars of Union County held by the Union County Superintendents’ Roundtable. 

The students and their parents as well as Board of Education President Jill Curran, Superintendent Edward ...

ALJ Seniors Gather for Scholarship Awards Night in Clark

CLARK, NJ – Senior Awards night was held at Arthur L. Johnson High School on Tuesday evening.  Graduating seniors were on hand to receive scholarships and awards from various businesses, organizations and community groups from Clark and Garwood. 

The evening began with the National Anthem sung by five ALJ students, followed  by a greeting and a reflective thought from ...

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