Saint Anthony High School

Academic News!

100% College Acceptance!! 

We are excited to announce that every member of the 2017 Senior Class

has been accepted to at least one college or university!

We are proud to continue our tradition of academic excellence.


Check out a sampling of the schools our students have been accepted to thus far . . . 

STEM Showcase

On March 13th, SAHS took part in the 2017 Jersey City Medical Center/ RWJ Barnabas Health STEM Showcase at Liberty Science Center. Freshman Harold Lane was chosen to represent St. Anthony and present his research findings to the judges. Jonathan Marte's work was also represented at the showcase. We are proud of their great work!

Check out some of the projects students in
Ms. Jawabrah's Biology Classes have been working on . . . 



Students in Mr. Peter Miraldo's Engineering class, using traditional art materials and under the guidance of the Art Teacher, Mr. Pedro Vintimilla, created molds for the inner layer of an athletic helmet for female athletes. 

**STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics**

Check out the process in the some of the photos below . . .

Mr. Chad Broussard
Head Of School
(p) 201.653.5143

Chemistry & Bio Lecture

Dr. Ibrahim Batal visited St. Anthony HS to present a lecture to our Biology and Chemistry students about Kidney Disease. Dr. Batal is an Assistant Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University.  His specialization is in Renal Pathology.

Following the lecture students participated in a Q & A about Kidney Disease and Prevention.  

It was an honor to have Dr. Batal visit us at SAHS! 


Engineering Students at Work!   

Students in Mr. Miraldo's Engineering Classes have been hard at work creating Truss Bridges.

Students explored how engineering has impacted the development of bridges over time.  Students worked in teams of "engineers" to design and build their own bridges. 


Psychology Students Honored

We are proud to announce that three students from Mr. Frank Carrazana's Psychology class will have their names published as members of the American Psychological Association.


Congrats to the following students on receiving an Academic Achievement in Psychology Certificate.

Francis Agwanihu '17

Gabriel Mandanas '17

Jason Lee '17

ACT Scores Improve!

Below is a snapshot of the past two years of our ACT data.  You will notice growth in three out of four areas from the graduating classes of 2015 and 2016.  We are moving in the right direction!