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Franklin Residents On The Move In Higher Ed

Franklin Residents On The Move In Higher Ed

Lynn Smith, a Cinema & Photography major at Ithaca College, was one of over 150 IC students to be named to the Empire 8 President’s List. In order to be considered for the President’s List, a student-athlete must earn a 3.75 grade point average or higher while participating in a conference-sponsored sport. In addition, the […]








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MacAfee Road School Staff, Students, Raise Money For Autism Awareness

MacAfee Road School Staff, Students, Raise Money For Autism Awareness

April is Autism Awareness Month, which means the MacAfee Road School Autism Awareness Committee has been busy. The first week of the month hadn’t even ended yet, and the committee had already raised $750 for the Family Resource Network’s Autism Family Services program. That was accomplished by a Pajamas Day, where students could pay at […]








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FHS Model UN Team Scores Big In NYC Conference

FHS Model UN Team Scores Big In NYC Conference

By Brianna Rao. The Franklin High School Model UN Team placed second in a recent Model UN conference in New York City. In individual efforts, Abolee Raut, a junior, won the Award of Distinction in the event, held in mid-March. The win, she said, was “one of the best experiences of my Model United Nations […]








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FHS Visual Artists Display Their Work In Annual Exhibit

FHS Visual Artists Display Their Work In Annual Exhibit

Hundreds of pieces of original artwork created by Franklin High School students went on display to the public March 22 in the annual Youth Art Month exhibit. The pieces represented the full gamut of visual arts, from drawings, to paintings, to sculpture, to computer animation and video. “It’s an opportunity for our students’ work to […]








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Cedar Hill Prep Hosts Middle School Debate Tournament

Cedar Hill Prep Hosts Middle School Debate Tournament

Update: Cedar Hill Prep had the most wins in the tournament, with three of the top four teams and seven of the top 10. Original Story: A record number of students participated in the winter Garden State Debate League tournament, held March 18 at Cedar Hill Preparatory School on Cedar Grove Lane. A total of […]








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Universities Tout Township Students’ Achievements

Universities Tout Township Students’ Achievements

Franklin township residents are making waves at colleges and universities. Here’s the latest: Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus, located in Madison, have been named to the Dean’s and Honors Lists for the Fall 2016 semester: Danah Lassiter, Amy Slobodzian, Gabrielle Kissi, Katlin Gagliardi, Ashley Krushinski, Anthony Casisa and Mark Carr, all of Somerset, […]








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Central Jersey College Prep Holds Enrollment Lottery

Central Jersey College Prep Holds Enrollment Lottery

More than 200 prospective students and their hopeful parents crowded into the Central Jersey College Prep Charter School’s auditorium March 7 for the school’s annual enrollment lottery. The reality was that most of them would go home disappointed; although the school received more than 1,000 applications, there were fewer than 130 slots open for next […]








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Franklin High School JROTC Drill Teams Bring Home Trophies

Franklin High School JROTC Drill Teams Bring Home Trophies

Members of Franklin High School’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps took home four trophies March 4 in a league competition. The competition drew more than 400 Junior ROTC cadets from 11 high schools to the school, where they demonstrated thair color guards drill teams and stood for a graded inspection. Franklin’s Warrior Battalion took second […]








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Updated: State Approves CJCP’s Expansion Application

Updated: State Approves CJCP’s Expansion Application

Updated with new information throughout. An application to double the maximum number of students at Central Jersey College Prep Charter School was approved March 1 by the state Board of Education. The school will be allowed to enroll up to 1,320 students in grades Kindergarten to 12 between now and 2020. The school currently enrolls […]








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Updated: Sports Ban On Charter School Students Could Be Lifted, Albeit At A Cost

Updated: Sports Ban On Charter School Students Could Be Lifted, Albeit At A Cost

Update: Central Jersey College Prep Charter School would be interested in paying to have its students participate on the school district’s sports teams, the charter school’s principal said. CJCP CEO Namik Sercan made the comment after the Feb. 25 round of open house presentations at the school. Sercan said the school gets about $13,000 per […]








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