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Madison High School Class of 2018 Graduates

June 17, 2018

MADISON, NJ- Madison High School’s Class of 2018 graduated this Friday. The ceremony took place on their home football field, a privilege that the rain seized last year. For 2018, however, it was a beautiful, sunny day as the students crossed the stage.

The ceremony for the 121st graduating class of the school opened with a speech by class president, Vivian Lee. Lee recalled many ...

Madison Art Students Display Talent in District Art Show

CONVENT STATION – The main level of the Annunciation Center at The College of St. Elizabeth was turned over to student art for the evening of Tuesday, June 5.

The annual Student Art Show featuring Madison students in grades kindergarten through 12 took over the atrium and several classrooms.

Each of the district’s visual arts teachers could select up to 100 pieces of art, said ...

Madison Eighth-Grader Honored for Leadership, Community Service

Mayor Bob Conley often says Madison is a giving town, and it seems the same is true for its young students. 

PJ Giglio’s giving nature can be traced back to two special people: his parents. As student council president at Madison Junior School, this eighth-grader has had a hand in almost every activity, fundraiser and school initiative.

Giglio’s efforts grabbed the ...

3 Madisonians Named to Bucknell University Dean's List

Bucknell University has released the dean's list for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2017-18 academic year, and three Madisonians have made the cut.

Melissa Blount, a graduating senior; incoming senior Zach Lamb; and incoming sophomore Natalie Formica all earned this honor during the spring semester, achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher on a scale of ...

Madison School Board Reopens Discussion of Revised Athletics, Extracurricular Policy; Parents, Board Divided on Next Steps

MADISON, NJ – The Madison School Board reopened discussion on its updated athletics and extracurricular policy Tuesday at its regular meeting after the Huddle Club petitioned board members to reconsider the prohibition of all activities on days when school is closed for religious holidays. 

Board President Leslie Lajewski acknowledged the petition at the start of Tuesday’s ...

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