Clothing Drive

The Common Threads ProjectOur high school emotional support students are embarking on a community service project that will teach the students valuable academic and social skills that we hope will help them to develop essential skills for transition to adult life. It is a community clothing drive which we have named "The Common Threads Project". In order to make this project happen we need support from within our school community. As you are home over the holiday break and need to make room in your closets for all your new gifts, we are asking that you consider donating your gently used clothing to this endeavor. Click here for more information!


T-Shirt Day - Free dress down day for students; Tuesday, December 23rd. Any Mountie Wear top & school dress code approved bottoms are required. Happy holidays!


Memory Book

Memory BookYearbooks are now on sale for only $20 until May 21. 2015. Order online at using pay code 73817 or send in cash or check made out to SJHS to Mrs. Cramer in E114.

School Spirit Shop
Get your "Mountie" on at SJHS; Parents - $8-$11 polos, $15 sweat shirts, and $6 ski caps available at the Guidance Office.  Polos and sweat shirts are dress code approved!  Click here for more information!

The Varsity wrestling team defeated Dierruff High School 58-24.  T. Mangione and K. Frack both had falls to help lead the team to victory.


The 9th Grade boys basketball team lost to Emmaus 62-51.  S. Jackson led the Mounties with 22 points while T. Henry dropped 10 points.  Come support the 9th grade boys basketball team this Friday as they compete against Freedom at our high school at 4:00.


Congratulations to the 8th girls basketball team  for winning their game yesterday against Delaware Valley. The Stroudsburg 8th Grade Girls pressured Delaware Valley into making 17 turnovers as they won 20-16. N. Barro lead the team with 8 points and 3 steals. S. Ruhl showed why she is team captain dishing out 5 assists . V.  Byra also had 6 points and 3 steals shooting the lights out. K.  Schouppe controlled the paint with 3 rebounds, 3 steals and 7 blocks. A.  Francis contributed 4 points and one assist as well



Today they take on Lehighton, wish them luck. Join them Monday for their next home game against Pocono Mountain East, a rematch of last years Championship game in the Greater Pocono basketball tournament. 

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.


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