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At Paramus High School, we make it our business to share all the good news and to keep you informed about all things PHS. If you need to know it, we will post it here.

Congratulations, DECA Competitors

Please join Paramus High School in congratulating their DECA students for their success at the national competition in Atlanta.

Adriana Arrigo placed top 10 in the country for Apparel and Accessories marketing!

Isaiah Park placed top 20 in the country for Sports and Entertainment marketing!

Thank you to Deca Club Advisors, Marc Jenkins and Rene Leon, and the administration for supporting the DECA students.

Isaiah Park wearing his medalAdriana Arrigo walking off the stage with her medal
Congratulations to Emily Saito
Paramus Dance Studio Emily Saito NJ Governers award 2022 Dance New Jersey Exceptional Artistry and Community Leadership in dance

Please join us in congratulating senior Emily Saito, recipient of The New Jersey Governor's Award 2022, Dance New Jersey Exceptional Artistry & Community Leadership In Dance.

Congratulations, Paramus Music Program!
Congratulations for Outstanding Support of Music Education!

Congratulations to the Paramus music faculty, students, the Music Parent Association, and the Paramus Board of Education for receiving the award for being one of the Best Communities for Music Education.

As schools across the nation regain their cadence with the return to in-person learning and the reduction in mandates, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation celebrates the list of Best Communities for Music Education (BCME). Now in its twenty-third year, the 2022 Best Communities for Music Education program has recognized 738 school districts and 80 schools across 44 states for the outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders and their support for music education as part of a well-rounded education for all children.

“Music educators, administrators, and communities truly rallied to support and sustain music education through a period of intense change and adaptation. These districts and schools persevered in serving their students and communities and assured that music education was part of curriculum offerings,” shares Mary Luehrsen, executive director of The NAMM Foundation. “We applaud the commitment and efforts of all music educators, school administrators, and community members in providing students the opportunity to explore their creativity through music.”

This year's awards program celebrates schools and districts adapting, innovating, and persevering in the face of change. Researchers at The Music Research Institute at the University of Kansas, in conjunction with The NAMM Foundation, created a new way for districts and schools to address the inroads and setbacks impacted by the pandemic, as well as goals for equity and access to music education for all students and national standards for music education in a short, qualitative survey.

"The 2022 Best Communities for Music Education is an opportunity to celebrate music programs and honors the resilience and dedication to keeping music as part of a well-rounded education as we all adapt to a new educational landscape," says Christopher Johnson of the Music Research Institute at the University of Kansas. “If there was one common theme taken from all submissions, it’s that schools and districts found ways to sustain music education and student engagement in even the most challenging of circumstances.”