The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

EBHS Bear Hub

The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

EBHS Bear Hub

The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

EBHS Bear Hub

Senior Photos and Quotes Submission
Senior Photos and Quotes Submission
EBHS Yearbook October 16, 2021
Links for seniors to submit photos, baby pictures, and quotes to the yearbook.
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August 5, 2020
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William Lydon, 12, was shocked to meet his  former math teacher Mrs. Canonaco who is also his current math teacher in EBHS.
Back to EBHS After 17 Months at Home
Derek Maniquiz, Bear Hub Staff • November 23, 2021
Being stuck at home last year is an experience that no students here in EBHS will ever forget. Having to do everything on the computer, with no physical interaction was exhausting, and for some lasted almost a year and a half.
Love Fool: A Look Into EBHS's Fall Play
Raul Martinez, Bear Hub Staff • November 23, 2021
Directed by Mr. Davis, and put on by a fabulous production crew and cast, the play turned out to be a huge success.
Elisabeth Post, 10, and Layla Sheikh, 10, laugh at a funny story about her cat that Veronica Losada, 10, tells them during their lunch period.
Lunchtime Chats
November 10, 2021
Brandon Eigen, 12, and Asmee Shitoley, 12, get in the car as their school day is about to begin.
Carpool to School
November 9, 2021
Statistics Teacher Ms. Hughes helps Ysabella Sapienza, 12, with the empirical formula. “Definitely physically in class, for sure” Ms. Hughes says, when asked where students ask the most questions.
Raise Your Real-Life Hand
November 9, 2021
Cheerleading 2021 Season Photo Gallery
Alefiya Presswala, Bear Hub Editor • December 3, 2021

Kicking it Together
December 3, 2021
The bleachers at Jay Doyle Field remain barren in the aftermath of recent summer rainstorms.
Bear Den Blues
September 29, 2021
Statistics Teacher Ms. Hughes helps Ysabella Sapienza, 12, with the empirical formula. “Definitely physically in class, for sure” Ms. Hughes says, when asked where students ask the most questions.
Raise Your Real-Life Hand
Morgan Cooper, Bear Hub Staff • November 9, 2021
There has been an activity we all forgot about during quarantine: raising our actual hands and asking questions in class.
Mr. Elias teaches a mathematics lesson while incorporating OneNote.
Mathamagic!
October 29, 2021
Meet the Bear Hub Staff
Raul Martinez
Raul Martinez
Bear Hub Staff

Raul Martinez is a senior at East Brunswick High School. He loves to watch sports, specifically basketball, football, and baseball. His favorite teams are the Lakers, Rams, and Dodgers who all play in...

Celia Schmeidler
Celia Schmeidler
Bear Hub Staff

Celia Schmeidler (She/Her) is a senior at East Brunswick High School.  In her free time Celia loves to perform in drama club, play street hockey with her sister, and snuggle with her pet bunnies. An avid...

Rebecca Post
Rebecca Post
Bear Hub Staff

Rebecca Post is a sophomore at East Brunswick High School. In her free time, she loves to read, write, watch movies, cook, and spend time with her friends. Her favorite genres of books and movies include...