Pink Out – We will be selling Pink Out T-Shirts to support the girls volleyball team.  The shirts will be sold during lunch on Sept. 24th through the 27th.  Then on Friday the 28th we will be having a dress down day where students who purchased the shirt can wear it for free, everyone else must wear pink and pay 1$.  Dress code approved bottoms are required.  


Picture Retakes- Picture retakes are scheduled for Tuesday, October 2nd. If you were absent on our first picture day or are a new student, you will get a pass in HR.  You must bring in your old pictures and give them directly to the photographer. You may only have your picture retaken if you are purchasing or exchanging pictures.


Marker Recycling

Marker Recycling - The Junior High has started a marker recycling program.  If you have dried out markers that you would otherwise throw away, please recycle them by depositing them in the collection bins in the main lobby, library, Mrs. Worthington's classroom, or Mrs. Vlahakis's classroom.  Markers, highlighters, and dry erase markers are being accepted. 


TSA - Any student interested in joining TSA (Technology Student Association) please see Mr. Rimbey in room D-101

Memory Book

Yearbook Hey all you creative people, yearbook club is starting soon. Actually the first meeting is Wednesday, October 10, but you need to pick up and fill out an application/permission slip and turn that in by Friday, September 28. Pick up the forms in Mrs. Trbuza's room F234 or Mrs. Cramer's room E114 during homeroom. 

School Store

School Store – Forgot your pencil?  Need a notebook?  The school store is open.  Ask your homeroom teacher for a pass.  Click here for more information.


Stroudsburg golf team beat Pleasant Valley by a score of 426-499 at Shawnee. O. Patrow medalled for the 7th time in only 10 tournaments. Jr. B. Bentz fired an 81. Stroudsburg finished the season 10-6 overall and 8-6 in the EPC.   Stroudsburg Golf Team finished in 7th place in the EPC and ranked 9th place in District XI.


Congratulations to the Girls’ Tennis Team for defeating Northampton 6-1.  The match, played under the lights, was Senior Night.  Freshmen winning matches for the team are P. Briegel in Singles and R. Traub in Doubles.

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. 

Upcoming Events

Picture Make Up Day
Parent Conferences K-12
11/19/2018 (12:00 - 8:00)
Junior High

About Our School

The Stroudsburg Junior High School includes grades 8 and 9.  The facility provides access to several computer labs, Chromebooks, library services, and a student-run media studio for morning announcements.  Science, math, English, history and physical education are required every year.  Advanced and remedial classes in the academic subjects are offered to students who meet specific criteria.  A majority of eighth-grade students receive reading instruction, while qualified eighth-grade students may elect to take a World Language (Spanish, French) and Algebra or Geometry for high school credit instead.  Other curricular offerings for eighth-grade students include career awareness, computer applications, health, and physical education. 

Ninth-grade student course selections allow students to choose from advanced 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.  Junior high school activities may include: Crafts Club, Chamber Orchestra, Show Choir, FBLA, Yearbook, Ski Club, Model UN, Student Council, Spelling Bee, and National Junior Honor Society.   Intramural and team sports include basketball, cross-country, golf, swimming, volleyball, and wrestling. An activity bus is available for students on Wednesdays to encourage participation in extracurricular activities.

SJHS Social Media


We now have an SJHS Facebook page. Stroudsburg Junior High School  Please feel free to like and share.

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In addition to our Stroudsburg Junior High School Facebook page, we have also created a Twitter account @Stroudsburg_JHS.


The Scream, is the Stroudsburg Junior High School newspaper written and produced by the students enrolled in the Introduction to Journalism course. Each month, a story written by one of our journalism students will be posted under the news link.  Be sure to check the Web site often to find out what events are occurring at the Junior High School.

Advice to Incoming Freshman

Hey there upcoming 9th graders, school stressing you out? Well, prepare to be overwhelmed even more! Just kidding… but you should really look into prepping for next year because some of your teachers won’t take it easy on you. Depending on the teacher, that is. Then again, this is only the scary part of 9th grade.

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Goodbye Fresh-Meats!
Class of 2021

Class of 2021, you made it through your first year of high school! The Stroudsburg Junior High School has helped us bring so many memories to our first high school experience. From the school dances, to prep rallies, to writing essays & doing state testings, to starting to figure out what career path we want to go down when we’re adults. Here’s to the great year & many more to come, let’s recap!

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Minithon has become a big deal to 9th graders. Minithon is an event that raises money to conquer childhood cancer. To support the cause, t-shirts were sold. The shirts sold out fast which just shows the overall support for the cause and event.

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