Junior cheerleaders become World Champions
Kennedy Rhodes flies in the air during her routine in front of the 2023 Worlds sign.
Indoor Percussion takes on the World
The entire team poses for a picture at the 2023 Mid Atlantic Percussion Society Scholastic World Championship(MAPS) competition with the band director’s son, Carter Thatcher.
Senior Sages: Where do you see yourself in five years?
Golf teams swing for improvement
Junior Lillian Antar swings her iron and attempts to get the ball on the green.
Seniors win in return of BOTC
Thomas Papeo throws a dodgeball at the competition.
Celebrating AAPI Month through Cultural Fair
Anika Dugal serves sushi and Boba Tea mochi to attendees.
Ramadan Iftaar unites Muslim community
Jiya Chaudhari and Kaien Russell chat at the beautifully decorated table, waiting for the event to begin.
AHS connects with Carpenter club
AHS Board members Isabelle Marmara and Ellis Davies talk to Carpenter Elementary students about the importance of animal safety.
Freshman Focus: Why are you looking forward to moving to the main building next year?
From Nimes to New Jersey
Stephen Deak and Mariam Ghattas sing a Karaoke version of “Party in the USA” by Miley Cyrus at the Pot Luck.
Boys tennis takes on GMCs
Junior doubles player Vasanth Kumaravadivelu throws the ball in the air as he prepares to serve.
Freshman Focus: What are you looking forward to this summer?
Veteran goalie and young talent step up
Junior midfielder Luke Kennedy creates space to find a shot int he 6-1 win over Howell where he dominated with three goals and an assist.
Red Cross Club saves over 200 lives
Volunteer Nielle Agbulos talks to donor Jozalyn Zape, who sports her new Snoopy-blood donor T shirt.
AFJROTC lifts off
Ashley Mullin, Julie Ivan, Jayleigh Guzman, and Shayaan Qaiser sit aboard the KC-135 plane.
Girl’s lacrosse dominates Red Division
Senior Jenna Scopellite, who leads the team with 38 goals, looks to pass the ball up-field.
Students support return of Relay for Life
Emily Walz, Gianna Tuso, Samantha Modica, Alyssa Garron, and Julia Garron (the “Steps for Stephen” team) hold the sign stating they raised $1,000 in 2021, which they have already surpassed this time around.
Unbeaten boys volleyball team #1 in State
Evan Jazmin, who, as libero, leads the team with 197 digs, rises up to deliver a jump serve.
Student Survey: How do you feel about the AP exams?
Seniors experience a magical sendoff
Alexa Pizzulli, Mikayla Huff, and Gretchen Polst pose for a picture on Main Street in Magic Kingdom.
Baseball team ranks 11th in NJ
Second baseman Mike Villani, who leads the team in hits (22) and stolen bases (6), loads his hands and strides into his swing as the pitch approaches.
AP Fair provides student insight
Senior Charli Tucker stands by her AP European History display, ready to tell underclassmen what the class is like.
Female students conquer coding
Sophomore Saniyah Smith listens to directions while attending a Girls Who Code meeting.
Student Survey: What is your favorite class?
New club promotes STEM for women
Junior Anika Dugal, SWE Outreach Committee Member, asks teacher Chantal Torchia for help with biology work.
Senior Sages: What advice would you give underclassmen about managing athletics and academics?
Freshman Focus: What elective do you plan to take at the main campus next year?
FBLA takes care of business in A.C.
Sarah Wallace, Margaret Golshteyn, and Madison Garcia pose with their winning medals and certificates.
Student Survey: What electives do you plan to take next year?
Spring Sports Preview: Track
Senior Nigel Boboli, running the 4×400 earlier this year, runs with his baton in hand.
Spring Sports Preview: Boys Tennis
Senior Pujan Desai, who picked up seven wins as the team’s 2nd and 3rd singles player last year, hits a return shot.
From the classroom to another country
In the Amphitheatre of Nimes, the students who attended the trip pose for a picture with French teacher Harpreet Malhi and Director of Arts & Culture Anahita Keiller.
Spring Sports Preview: Baseball
Junior Frank Papeo, whose 1.25 ERA last season was the best on the team, stares down the batter as he prepares to deliver the pitch.
Spring Sports Preview: Girls Lacrosse
Senior defender Gretchen Polst, a Second Team All-Division player last season, passes the ball to a teammate.
Spring Sports Preview: Boys Volleyball
Sophomore Noah Brown, who is expected to help fill the gap left by the seven graduate, winds up to prepare to spike the ball.
World Class Percussion
Sophomore Aaron Hernandez and freshman Angus Walker play their base drums.
Spring Sports Preview: Boys Lacrosse
Junior attacker Jason Testa, who put up 15 points last season on eight goals and seven assists, scans the field to set up a play for the offense.
Spring Sports Preview: Golf
Senior Ryan Ferraro sets up to work on his short game at an indoor practice last season.
Cheerleaders win sixth State Championship
Junior Lillian Antar holds up senior Francesca Pacucci at a home performance before the team headed to Nationals.
Spring Sports Preview: Softball
Junior center fielder Savannah Martinez, who batted .324 and hit two home runs last spring, loads up, ready to turn on the incoming pitch.
FHS brings Mardi Gras to OBHS
Seniors Sandeep Kaur and Aamani Dhingra accessorize in festive masks to take pictures.
Veteran girls basketball team battles top competition
Senior Malvina Sullivan, who battled injuries but scored 106 points and grabbed 129 rebounds this season pressures the ball-handler on defense.
The Drama Program Presents: Something Rotten
Junior Mathew Wrate, playing William Shakespeare, gestures to get the cheering audience to quiet down as Camryn Burniston as Nick Bottom looks on.
Swimmers set historic marks
Senior Shereef Ellithy, who racked up 14 first-place finishes over 5 different events this season, comes up for air during his warm ups.
Soul Food draws record turnout
Darriyah Jackson serves Xuraya Boykins delicious food, some of which was homemade by members of the BSU.
Talented teens entertain at Talent Show
Senior Mikayla Huff proudly raises her fist in the air as she performs “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift.
Tomorrow’s Chefs master the kitchen
Te’ata Byrd and Debra Ashilley scoop the chocolate muffin mix into the muffin trays to get them ready for the oven.
Freshmen athletes featured on varsity
Freshman Nicholas Gallo, who was second on the team with 20 assists, takes controls the puck to maintain possession as he looks to pass to an open teammate.
Mock Shaadi brings cultures together
Soham Agrawal and Sravya Sankisa dance to a popular South Asian song.
Roman earns Knights’ first State Championship
State Champion Logan Roman gets ready to shoot a takedown during a mid-season win against South Plainfield.
Ukrainian Club spreads love and friendship through art
Farida Allam and Joheidy Puente Portorreal focus on their Valentine-themed paintings.
Taking strides on the court
Senior Ryan Witte, who knocked down 23 three-pointers this season, looks to turn the corner and blow by his defender.
Celebrating the Chinese New Year
Rafaella Bagacay dances with a fan in a traditional Chinese outfit. as part of the Lunar New Year celebration.
Improvement on the ice
Sophomore Defenseman Dean Hoffman, who earned GMC All Conference Honorable Mention honors, skates into position.
Girls bowling rolls to the top
Junior Madison Freudenberg, who rolled a 234 in the second game of the NJSIAA Sectionals to help the team reach the finals and send her to NJSIAA Individual Finals, follows through after spinning her ball down the lane.
ROTC marches to victory
Andrew Yarznbowicz, Janvee Patel, Ashley Mullin, Kevin Rodriguez, Isabella Pelizza, Michael Symanski, Yara Al-Zubaidi, and Domenika Popovych stand in closed interval, awaiting an order to expand from Brianna Pelaez-Callejas.
Competing for the spotlight
Senior co-captain Taylor Castagne steps to the music as the team performs their Hip-Hop routine at the Winter Pep Rally before taking it their first competition in four years.
Unified in victory
Alex Percheski, who has 11 rebounds 64 points this season, pushes the ball up the court on a fast break.
Seniors seek instant acceptance
At Instant Decision Day, Jason Smith listens carefully as a representative from New Jersey City University explains the programs they offer.
Sweet treats for Valentine’s Day
Frank Lorence packages the festive rice crispy treats and chocolate covered Oreos in plastic bags to prepare them for delivery on Valentine’s Day.
Winter Guard takes center stage
Sophomore Hailey Hui portrays an angel at the end of the routine, set to the song “Just Like Heaven” by The Cure.
Knights sprint through successful season
Junior Eliza Abu, who finished fifth in the 4×200 with teammates Isabel Duval, Alexandria Lau, and Maya Grden at the GMC Relays, strides around the turn in the track.
Girls seek home win in GMCs
Senior Leena Tran dribbles the ball toward the center of the court with her head up to look for an opening in the defense.
Knights riding high on road to Nationals
Senior Jessie Savastano is hoisted into the air whilst throwing up a “High V.”
Girls bowling team strikes gold
Freshman standout Savanah Funk, one of the team’s four GMC Individual finalists, follows through after sending her ball down the lane.
Boys wrestling takes 2nd in GMCs, climbs state rankings
Senior Robert Orzol measures up his opponent and prepares to shoot in and start grappling.
Helping the world smile
Amaya DeSilva and Madison Chiarello spread yellow icing to create emojis at Operation Smile’s cookie decorating fundraiser.
Return of the rally
Naomi Rivera, Jaelyn Bonet, Addriana Blaszczak, Ava Allegro, Amanda Ventrini, Allyson Cardona, Lillian Schumacher, and Rachel Goldin throw their hands in the air and pretend they are on a roller coaster.
Clubs provide a world of opportunity
Junior Liliana Rubiera talks to junior Makenzie Dunleavy about Yearbook program, which includes introductory and advanced classes in addition to the opportunity to contribute without taking the class.
The big band takes the stage
Senior Anthony Silvestri and freshman Hailey Spiro play “Christmas Eve Sarajevo” on their vibraphones with the Percussion Ensemble.
A slice of France
Junior Amisha Desilva slices a cake into small portions so every student at the event could have a piece of the traditional holiday cake she baked.
Making history on the mat
Aurora Gardner, a member of the first girls wrestling team, sets up for a clinch against a tournament opponent.
Business leaders of OBHS
President Tamara Kasikovic, alongside Membership Vice President Anika Dugal, speaks to the general membership about the plans for the year.
Students deck the doors
Nina Demarco watches Samantha Turchi mount decorations onto Santa’s Workshop outside of the Fashion Merchandizing classroom.
CHS presents the Winter Olympics
Anika Dugal waits her turn as Phoenix Boba and faculty advisor Shanman Liao use chopsticks to serve egg rolls and noodles.
Winter Sports Preview: Track
Seniors Emily Walz and Abigail Ressler work on their pacing during a practice last winter.
Girls bowling rolls to 5-0 and tournament win
Alyssa Woodburn, who notched the second highest score on the team in the season-opening win over Woodbridge, sends her ball down the lane in a match last season.
Winter Sports Preview: Swimming
Shereef Ellithy, a senior on the boys team that returns every swimmer from last year, comes up for air as he swims the breaststroke.
Winter benefit concert showcases flurry of talent
Julia Reste, Shaye Walker, Jadelyn Gates, Meghan Valanzola, Makenzie McGowan, and Megan Borsilli sing in unison to prepare for Friday Night’s performance.
Students spread cheer through charity
Kailey Siegel places an unwrapped toy in the Toys for Toys box, located by the front desk, where toys can be donated through December 16.
Winter Sports Preview: Boys Basketball
Sophomore Krish Patel, who sank 62 3-point shots last season to lead the team, crosses up the opposing defender.
Winter Sports Preview: Girls Basketball
Malvina Sullivan, who led the team with 119 rebounds as a junior, sets up her shot to sink a free throw against East Brunswick.
Winter Sports Preview: Wrestling
Senior Robort Orzol stares down his opponent before the match begins in a home meet last winter.
New addition to the Woodshop program
Sabrina Martinez and Gabriel Duchatellier stand back and watch the CNC machine do its job in Woodworking IV.
Winter Sports Preview: Ice Hockey
Junior captain Michael Pellicciotta, who tied for the team lead with 13 points as a sophomore last year, skates across the ice to get in position.
Festival of Lights in the courtyard
The Asian American Club and other participants at the Diwali event pose in front of their rangoli designs.
Winter Sports Preview: Bowling
Junior Madeline Hickel, who saved her best score for the season finally against Woodbridge last year, steps up to roll.