111 West Union Avenue
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Phone: (732) 652-7950
Fax: (732) 356-6445
Edward Smith, Principal
Deborah Pikulin, Secretary to the Principal
Sheena Nicholson, Assistant Principal
Anthony Egan, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Damaris Colon, Attendance/Athletic Secretary
Sally Hoben, School Nurse
Jessica Luteran, Director of Pupil Personnel Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
111 W. Union Ave, Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Bound Brook High School Anti-Bullying Specialist
111 W. Union Ave, Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Dear School Community Members:
Bound Brook High School is a Choice School that prides itself on our ability to consistently change and adapt to continuously provide better services to the students that we serve. Through our professional and support staff, Bound Brook High School continues to prepare student's to become life long learners and productive citizens in the 21st century. The curriculum offered to Bound Brook students is aligned to State requirements and diversified based upon students needs and interests. It includes, but is not limited to the following: Language Arts Literacy, Science, Social Studies, Financial, Economic, Business, and Entrepreneurial Literacy, Health, Safety, and Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts, World Languages, Technological Literacy, and 21st Century Life and Career/Technical Education.
Additionally, Bound Brook High School works in conjunction with the local community college to offer concurrent enrollment classes, which provides college courses to students at the high school as part of their academic day. Successful completion of concurrent enrollment courses fulfills high school graduation requirements and grants college credit to students.
Furthermore, for the 2016-2017 school year, the district will continue to expand our 1:1 Chromebook initiative, which serves as the driving force behind instruction, as well as extending our Engineering, Bio-Medical, and Honors academies. Bound Brook High School also offers a multitude of academic electives and extra-curricular activities for our students to participate in, while creating a strong foundation for their academic success. The leadership team at Bound Brook High School utilizes students and community members as the focal point for all of our management and educational decisions.
It is our belief that the most important responsibility we have is to cultivate creative thinkers who will bring something special to the community and make positive contributions to society. In addition, our intention is to create and share a continued, collective vision of learning with all stakeholders in the Bound Brook school community. Through the implementation of a 21st Century model of teaching and learning, our results will yield that teachers and students are working across and beyond traditional disciplines and boundaries as engaged co-learners, critical and creative thinkers, and problem solvers. Together, we are confident that we will continuously rise to the occasion and achieve success in facilitating the academic, social, and emotional development of our students with the most ethical and unique approach possible.
Mr. Edward Smith
The Bound Brook High School boy’s basketball team will be doing monthly community service activities throughout the fall. They plan on facilitating a cleanup of the Bound Brook community, which will be coordinated with the Bound Brook Police Department in September. Recently, the team participated in a community service event for Elijah’s Promise Food Kitchen. Under Coach Anthony Melesurgo, the team coordinated this event with the organizer. They prepared food for dinner, cleaned up the kitchen/dining room area after lunch, organized the food storage area, and did other odds and ends in the kitchen to help with the daily operation of the soup kitchen. Great job to Mr. Melesurgo and the team!
After a tough 2 hour practice, the members of the Bound Brook High School football team traveled to the Shop-Rite in Bound Brook to participate in a community service project. Members of the team bagged groceries and assisted customers with heavy shopping carts to their vehicles. They also interacted with the community thanking them for their support as well as inviting them to our home opener on September 9th. The shoppers graciously donated funds to the team which will be used for team meals throughout the season.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Early Dismissal-Parent/Teacher Conferences (Night)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Early Dismissal-Parent/Teacher Conferences (Afternoon)
12:00 PM - 12:05 PM Early Dismissal (Day Before Thanksgiving)
12:00 PM - 12:05 PM Early Dismissal (Day Before Winter Break)
7:30 AM - 3:00 PM School Resumes