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Greater Middlesex Conference


Greater Middlesex Conference

The Greater Middlesex Conference is an athletic conference comprising 33 public and private high schools located in the greater Middlesex County, New Jersey area. The league operates under the supervision of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association. There are both competitions in Middle and High school levels. The number of

Gold Division

School Location School District Team Name
Cardinal McCarrick High School South Amboy Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen Eagles
Dunellen High School Dunellen Dunellen Public Schools Destroyers
Middlesex Academy Edison Edison Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools Eagles
Middlesex Academy Woodbridge Woodbridge Township Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools Hornets
Middlesex Tech East Brunswick East Brunswick Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools Tigers
Middlesex Tech Perth Amboy Perth Amboy Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools Patriots
Middlesex Tech Piscataway Piscataway Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools Raiders
South Amboy High School South Amboy South Amboy Public Schools Guvs

Blue Division

School Location School District Team Name
Bishop George Ahr High School Edison Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen Trojans
Highland Park High School Highland Park Highland Park Public Schools Owls
Metuchen High School Metuchen Metuchen School District Bulldogs
Middlesex High School Middlesex Middlesex Board of Education Blue Jays
Mother Seton Regional High School Clark Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark Setters
South River High School South River South River Public Schools Rams
Spotswood High School Spotswood Spotswood Public Schools Chargers

White Division

School Location School District Team Name
Carteret High School Carteret Carteret School District Ramblers
Colonia High School Colonia Woodbridge Township School District Patriots
Monroe Township High School Monroe Township Monroe Township School District Falcons
New Brunswick High School New Brunswick New Brunswick Public Schools Zebras
North Brunswick Township High School North Brunswick North Brunswick Township Public Schools Raiders
Sayreville War Memorial High School Sayreville Sayreville Public Schools Bombers
South Plainfield High School South Plainfield South Plainfield Public Schools Tigers
John F. Kennedy Memorial High School Woodbridge Township Woodbridge Township School District Mustangs

Red Division

School Location School District Team Name
East Brunswick High School East Brunswick East Brunswick Public Schools Bears
Edison High School Edison Edison Township Public Schools Eagles
J. P. Stevens High School Edison Edison Township Public Schools Hawks
Old Bridge High School Old Bridge Old Bridge Township Public Schools Knights
Perth Amboy High School Perth Amboy Perth Amboy Public Schools Panthers
Academy for Urban Leadership Charter High School Perth Amboy Jaguars
Piscataway Township High School Piscataway Piscataway Township Schools Chiefs
South Brunswick High School South Brunswick South Brunswick Public Schools Vikings
St. Joseph High School Metuchen Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen Falcons
Woodbridge High School Woodbridge Woodbridge Township School District Barrons

East Brunswick High School serves Grades 10–12. Freshmen are housed at Churchill Junior High School, along with the 8th graders.

League sports

The following is a list of the sports that the Greater Middlesex Conference offers. Some sports do not have a team from every school, while other sports have teams from all 33 member schools. Each bullet is an individual team (as in one team for girls and one team for boys — not a combined unisex team). For example, although the boys and girls track teams from a single school usually practice together and have meets at the same time, there are separate events at their meets for boys and for girls, and therefore, the teams are scored and compete separately.

External links

  • Greater Middlesex Conference- Official Website
  • Greater Middlesex Conference- Schedules
  • Greater Middlesex Conference - Cross Country & Track and Field

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