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Flintface - On Tuesday, October 3rd, Flinface will be performing their "Take Back your Voice" concert at the Junior High School. Flintface and its members have been proactive in trying to educate students and their fans about issues surrounding mental health and suicide prevention. Visit for more information. (This event is not open to the public.)

SmilePicture re-takes will be on Tuesday, Oct. 3rd.  Homeroom teachers will distibuting order forms during HR on the first day of school. Orders can be made on-line via the Lifetouch website. 


Pink Out – Wear pink on Friday, October 6th to benefit the Hughes Cancer Center Mobile Mammography Unit.  Cost is just $1 for students.  Students must wear dress code approved pants. For more information click here. To order a Pink Out shirt, click here.

No bullies

Anti-Bullying - Stroudsburg Junior High School is continuing their "Take a Stand, Lend a Hand" anti-bullying initiative which began during the 15-16 school year. To help support this initiative, shirts are being sold now through October 22nd. Jr. High students may purchase these shirts and wear them as part of the dress code, while also spreading the word for bullying awareness. To purchase a shirt, please click on the following link.



Science Olympiad -Are you a 9th grader interested in Science? Check out the award winning Stroudsburg Science Olympiad team. You can compete in study, building and lab event against the best schools in the state. Sign up with Google classroom - code K3QCO for more information and meeting times. See Mr. Muller with questions. 



The 8th grade Mounties move to 2 &1 with a win over Pocono Mountain West yesterday. Touchdowns we're scored by K. Jackson, T. Jewell, and T. Cusamano. 


The golf team lost to Emmaus by a score of 409 to 443 at Shawnee. O. Patrow fired a 78 for Stroudsburg. Freshman, J. Koch counted in the match with a 91.  J. Jasionowicz had a good back 9 shooting a 46. Our season record is eight wins eight losses.

Upcoming Events

Picture Make Up Day
Parent Conferences K-12
11/20/2017 (12:00 - 8:00)
Parent Conferences 5-12
11/21/2017 (7:00 - 2:30)
Junior High

About Our School

The Stroudsburg Junior High School includes grades 8 and 9.  The facility provides access to several computer labs, a distance learning lab, library services, and a student run Media studio for morning and afternoon announcements.  Science, Math, English, History and Physical Educationare required every year.  Advanced and remedial classes in the academic subjects are offered to students who meet specific criterion.  Eighth grade students also participate in a Reading Program.  Academically qualified eighth grade students may elect to take a World Language (Spanish, French or German) and Algebra or Geometry for high school credit.  Other curricular offerings for eighth grade students include career awareness, computer applications, health and physical education.


Ninth grade student course selection allows students to select from advance placement, honors, college preparatory, career education, and vocational–technical courses. 


A variety of extra-curricular activities are available for the junior high school student to enrich the educational experience.  An activity bus is available for students on Wednesday.  Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities.  The Junior High School activities may include:  Art Club, Band, Builder’s Club, Chorus, Drama Club, Orchestra, Math Club, Memory Book, Mountie Fitness Pride Program, Show Choir, award winning Science Olympiad team, Student Council, SADD, Spelling Bee, and Ski Club.   Intramural and team sports include Basketball, Golf, Swimming, Volleyball, and Wrestling.


The Mountaineer

The Mountaineer Online Newspaper – The Mountaineer Online Newspaper can be found at  It can also be found on Facebook: SHS Mountaineer, Snapchat: @shsmountaineer, Twitter: @MountaineerSHS, and Instagram: @shsmountaineer.  If you have an opinion you’d like to share, you can write a letter to the editor at

School Closings & District Events

School Closings

Please make note of this number 570-213-3985 as future outreach messages will be received from this number with regard to inclement weather and/or district events. 

If you miss a call from 570-213-3985, please dial 855-473-7529 to hear the most recent message. 

Thank you for your consideration and cooperation.