Hello, Families and Students of the Class of 2017.
Plans and preparations are underway for Graduation Day! Our commencement ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 6:00pm.
Due to renovations to our stadium, our outdoor graduation ceremony will be held at Freehold Township High School. Please note that if inclement weather on the day of graduation forces us to hold the ceremony inside, the ceremony will then take place at Howell High School in the Auditorium and Main Gymnasium.
As we get closer to Graduation Day, we will communicate the pertinent details regarding the ceremony. e.g. Ticket information, rehearsal times, etc.
We look forward to celebrating this special day with you.
Since the Freehold Regional High School District did not utilize all of the allotted snow days in this year's school calendar, schools will now be closed on Tuesday, May 30. Enjoy the extended weekend!
Summer 2017 PARCC Testing Registration! If you plan to enroll in an online FRHSD IPLO approved mathematics course for Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II in Spring or Summer 2017, or attend the FRHSD Summer Academy original credit-bearing course sessions, you will have the ability to take the PARCC assessment for that math course when you are enrolled in the course. Click here for more information.
FRHSD is proud to offer three options for summer learning through the Summer Academy:
Click here for more information on the Summer Academy.
Awards for outstanding actress, outstanding actor, and outstanding production were just some of the honors district schools won
The choir performed “Listen to My Heart,” a piece written by the late Steven Gosewisch, a longtime choral director at Howell High School
Mr. Sampson was recognized for his dedication to improving the quality of education for all students
Jayne McDevitt from a pool of more than 550 applicants
Lianah Sta. Ana will receive her medal on June 18th
Howell High School received 12 nominations for its fall drama and spring musical
The Washington Post's annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students