IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 2017-08-29T07:00:01+00:00

Our PTA Meetings

September 11, 2017
October 2, 2017
November 13, 2017
December 4, 2017
January 8, 2017
February 5, 2018
March 5, 2018
April 2, 2018
May 7, 2018
June 4, 2018
Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of every month except when there is a holiday then the meeting is held on the 2nd Monday of the month. Meeting time: 6:00-7:00 pm in IHS Auditorium. Please be advised that meetings may be cancelled or postponed in the event of inclement weather.


Irvington High School Malikita Wright Asst-Principal 973-399-6897 Ext 1804
Irvington High School Tyisha Bennett Assistant Principal 973-399-6897
Irvington High School MaryAnn Alemezohu Nurse 973-399-6903
Irvington High School Jamall Angoy Counselor 973-39-6897 Ext 1847
Irvington High School Jehita Kitchen Counselor 973-399-6897 Ext 1815
Irvington High School Andria Donaldson Secretary 973-399-6897 Ext 1809
Irvington High School Barbara Batson Principal's Secretary 973-399-6897 Ext 1845
Irvington High School Shanequa Ashman Attendance Officer 973-399-6897 Ext 1810
Irvington High School Daniels Jacqueline Secretary 973-399-6897 Ext 1813
Irvington High School Kettelyn Derisse Counselor 973-399-6897 Ext 1818

17-18 Parental Rights Policy / NCLB Mandate

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

PARENTAL RIGHTS POLICY / NCLB MANDATE – Parental involvement is a key ingredient in the success of our students. As such, it is of paramount importance that as the parents/guardians you […]

17-18 Student Code of Conduct

July 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT  The information in the Irvington Public Schools Student Code of Conduct may be updated during the course of the school year. The […]

Acceptable Use of Computer Network/Computers

August 10th, 2015|0 Comments

ACCEPTABLE USE OF COMPUTER NETWORK/COMPUTERS  The Board of Education recognizes that as telecommunications and other new technologies shift the manner in which information is accessed, communicated […]

Harassment, Intimidation, And Bullying

August 10th, 2015|0 Comments

HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION, AND BULLYING  The Board of Education prohibits acts of harassment, intimidation, or bullying of a pupil. A safe and civil environment in school is […]

School-Parent Compact

August 10th, 2015|0 Comments

SCHOOL-PARENT COMPACT  Schools receiving Title I ,Part A funds are required to have a written School-Parent compact. The compact will outline how parents ,students, and staff […]

I am the newly appointed principal of Irvington High School and I am very excited about the new school year that begins on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

My 28-year career as an educator began a high school math teacher, math department chair and high school assistant principal in Connecticut. My recent move makes me now a full-time NJ resident which will allow me to be an involved member of the Irvington community. So I am eager to apply my experience and ideas to Irvington High School with the collaborative efforts of my administrative team, faculty, guidance and all support staff to help students achieve.

Additionally, I find it equally important that I have the support of parents/guardians and the community to help each student reach their full potential. College and career readiness is our focus and we are eager to help and guide your son/daughter in reaching their full potential. I encourage you to attend PTSA meetings, school functions and important meetings to stay informed and involved in your child’s academic life.

Below is important information to help you prepare for the 2016-17 school year:

  1. The First Day of School: Wed. September 7, 2016, your son/daughter will report directly to his or her designated homeroom. Homeroom assignments will be mailed in late August. It is important that your son/daughter arrive to school on time. The doors of Irvington High School open at 7:30am and close at 8:45am. Breakfast is available from 7:30am-8:15am which we encourage all students to take advantage of and which will also help with students being on time for first block. Students who arrive to school after 8:21am (the start of first block) will be marked tardy. Students are dismissed at 2:50pm.
  2. Mantra: “Be REAL.” We expect all students to be: Respectful, Empathetic, Achievers, and Life Learners.  Please have your son/daughter memorize the mantra and understand the meaning of these expectations since they are important to their school experience and after graduation.
  3. Attendance:  Attendance is mandatory and a critical component to the academic success of your son/daughter. Eighteen or more unexcused absences in a course will result in loss of credit regardless of a passing grade. Please provide us with a current phone number and you will be notified of all absences through an automated phone message. Tardies also impact your child’s learning, so please encourage them to be on time and ready to learn.
  4. Student Handbook: Please visit our school’s website to review the Irvington High School’s Student Handbook at   This document will acquaint you with the rules and procedures that must be adhered to and will ensure your son’s/daughter’s academic success.
  5. School Uniforms: IHS students must adhere to the uniform policy.  Students are to attend school in navy blue or white polo shirts or white button down shirts and navy blue or beige skirts or pants. Seniors only are allowed to wear black skirts, pants, or shorts. Only school logos should appear on all tops. Skirts and shorts must reach the tip of their middle fingers when arms are at their sides (no more than 2 inches above the knee). Also, students are to wear closed heel and toe shoes with a heel height of no more than 2 inches. Except for religious or health reasons, hats and scarves are not to be worn or visible.
  6. Identification Cards: ID cards will be issued to students during the first week of school. For security and safety reasons, these cards must be worn and visible at all times. Upon request, you must present your ID to staff and faculty.
  7. Electronic Devices: We recognize that you want to be able to contact your child for safety reasons but during the school day if you do need to make emergency contact with them, please call the main office at 973-399-6897. Cell phones and all other electronic devices must be out of sight and turned off before entering the building because they are disruptive to the learning process. Electronic devices will be allowed during lunch, but no videotaping or picture taking will be allowed. No charging of electronic devices will be allowed in the building especially because it is an opportunity for it to be stolen. We are not responsible for lost or stolen electronic devices.
  8. Lockers:  Lockers will be assigned to each student within the first week of school. Sharing of lockers is not permitted.
  9. Open HouseWednesday, October 5, 2016, 6pm-8pm. Please save this date and make every effort to attend. It is an important evening where you will meet your child’s teachers, learn about their class expectations, and what they will learn this academic year. You will also meet other important individuals in your child’s academic life such as school counselors, administrators, and staff.
  10. PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association):  Our 1st meeting will be Monday, September 12, 2016, 7pm-8pm. It is very important to be involved in this association as it will keep you informed of all the exciting things happening at Irvington High School. You will also get a chance to meet the newly elected officials.

I am truly looking forward to a terrific 2016-17 school year and an opportunity to meet and speak with all of you.

My Best,

Mary H. Michailidis

Irvington High School News

2017-2018 College Board’s SAT at IHS

  The College Board’s SAT will be administered at Irvington High School on the following dates during the 2017-2018 school year: December 2, 2017 March 10, 2018 May 5, 2018 June 2, 2018 We encourage all juniors and seniors to take the SAT at Irvington High School. Please visit for information regarding the SAT and Subject Tests, as well as registration information.  If you are eligible for an application fee waiver, please see your guidance counselor after school’s opening in September.

Tyrese Fraser-Essex County Celebrates Youth Award

Tyrese Fraser-Essex County Celebrates Youth Award

IHS Band Concert

Band Members Flute Julia Morgan, Eli Palmer, Azaziah Pile, Janae James, Abieyuwa Osayande, Ricardo Pierre,  Nifellie Knights, Clarinet Andrea Jackson, Vicky Molokwu, Anatalia Reyes, Analise Mensah, Chelsea Rocha Alto Saxophone Diego Vitino Villarreal, Anna Virgo, Alesha Henry Tenor Saxophone Jhamir Applewhite, Claudia Bonheur, Geovaughnni Gaynor Bari Saxophone Alberth Vargas Trumpet Herby Hertilien, Amir Kelly Hughes, Jefferson Sainval, Tyrese Williams, Brisner Xavier, Youdinal Gelin Baritone Naa Kaa Annan Tuba Obodai Annan, Nahair Latham Percussion Kenley Auguste, Nehemie EstilDuprevil, Michna Jean Baptiste, Mardochee Julien, Prettece Poulis, Matthew Jones, Malika Springer, Richard Norman


JROTC Raiders 8 April 2017 11 trophies!!!!! 1st Place Female Overall, 1st Place Female RPC, 1st Place Cross Country, 1st Place Gauntlet, 2nd Place Male Overall, 2nd Place Female One Rope Bridge, 2nd Male Cross Country, 2nd Place Male Gauntlet, 3rd Place Male RPC, 3rd Place Female One Mile, 3rd Place Male Cross Country Mix. Next competition 11 May Ft. Dix!!!