Arianna Mubanda will participate in workshops with Kelley School of Business faculty at Indiana University Bloomington
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
Ms. Erica Galinski will attend a five-day workshop in Washington, D.C. this summer
Four students received scholarships at the event
The 7th annual Spring Games for students with disabilities were held at Marlboro High School
Officer Dave Rocca stopped by Manalapan to discuss aspects of working for the FBI Police Security Division
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
Members of the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 12 brought an interactive presentation to Manalapan
Students earned some of the top places at programming contests at Rowan University and Widener University
The annual fundraising event for the pediatric wing of CentraState Medical Center raised $1,638 this year
Audrey Chu was selected by the Italian American Committee on Education to study in Terni, Italy for two weeks
Students heard from two guest speakers on May 5th
Lianah Sta. Ana will receive her medal on June 18th
District schools received nominations in 23 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding lead actor & actress, and outstanding all student orchestra
Both students will receive a $500 scholarship
The Washington Post's annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students
This is the second year in a row that Marlboro students won best video
Nicholas Kaufman and sixteen DECA classmates just returned from the International Career Development Conference in California
Jacqueline Allex, Luke Wang and Grace Eng are studying Mandarin in school
34 students received either a medal or certificate of high merit
Students heard from Gerda Bikales who survived the Holocaust
The Anytowners at Howell High School were thrilled to partner with POAC Autism Services to bring awareness through the Colors for Autism Run
This is the first time that two youths from the same PAL chapter have won this prestigious award
Daniel Cutaneo has launched a new game, “Ball Run!”
Students were accepted to the Governor's School of Engineering & Technology and the Governor's School in the Sciences
Renee Chen, Audrey Chu, and Alexandra Cusumano were selected from over 8,200 applicants from across the United States
Students in the Law & Public Service Learning Center met with guest speakers Superior Court Judge Linda Grasso Jones and attorney Barry Serebnick
Students were able to ask the senator about her background in government and her views on various topics
Students worked in multiple mediums including oil paints, mosaic, and photography
Seniors from high schools across Monmouth County were chosen for the award
Zachary Isaacson has spent the last six months creating “Laser Glow,” a puzzle game with over 40 challenging levels
Representatives from the radio station stopped by the school on March 20th to present Ms. Croissant with the award
Eric Keosseian is the 2017 NJSIAA Wrestling Champion
Students were able to explore the 60-foot trailer and try their hand at various simulators
Lianah Sta. Ana is an alternate in the lead role of Kim
Dylan Mullins will help deliver SADD’s message across the country
The team finished third in Speech and fourth Overall in the Team Sweepstakes
Daniel Garcia, Class of 2010, visited the Five Star Café to work with students and receive proclamations from local officials
Close to 800 students were treated to a performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
21 Freehold Township students competed at the NJ DECA State Conference in Atlantic City last month
76 Freehold students competed at the NJ DECA State Conference in Atlantic City last month
45 Colts Neck students competed at the NJ DECA State Conference in Atlantic City last month
The students painted the Pediatric Physical Therapy room at CentraState Medical Center
Rachel Zhu’s work is still in the running for a National Medal
Parents met with their child's teacher to discuss the student's progress
Avery Cohen’s short film will be screened in Jersey City
Audrey Chu shows off her singing skills in the piece
This is the fourth consecutive year that the unit has been named Area 4 Champions
Max Halvorsen was named player of the month by both the New Jersey Devils and the Asbury Park Press
Ms. Mussari was recognized by her colleagues at the Association of Student Assistance Professionals of New Jersey’s conference
Elisabeth Pollicove will represent the Freehold area at the 2017 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University
Francesca Edralin will attend a leadership conference in Italy to design solutions to help feed the world
Heather Shapiro spoke with students in the Computer Science Academy about the importance of mentorships
The group will compete in the Central Jersey tournament next month
Marlboro students beat two of the top teams in the nation to secure the state championship
Forty students participated in the event sponsored by the Air Force Association
Bryan Kuderna, a certified financial planner, spent time with students discussing the basics of investing and the stock market
Students from across the district assembled at Manalapan High School to take part in a 24-hour collaborative computer learning experience
Students and staff volunteered at the soup kitchen, serving meals on Jan. 12th
The students will represent their school at New Jersey DECA High School State Career Development Conference in February
The students will represent their school at New Jersey DECA High School State Career Development Conference in February
The students will represent their school at New Jersey DECA High School State Career Development Conference in February
Students in art classes designed ceramic bowls while the culinary students prepared a variety of popular soups to sell
Students also created matching pillows and wrote personal notes to be delivered with their creations
The group’s participation in the Socktober event helped two people receive prosthetic legs
The Laureate was recognized by the American Scholastic Press Association
Cookies and quick breads were donated to an open door lunch program
The $10,000 grant will be used to purchase technology to turn a traditional classroom into a collaborative learning space
The Octagon Club ran a food drive contest for the school’s homerooms
The group donated 1,250 items and 1,135 pounds of food to the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties
The academy's unit held their Pass in Review on December 13th
More than 1,400 coats and $2,000 were collected from the school community
The annual event is sponsored by the Colts Neck Business Association
Mr. Gurrieri was recognized at a ceremony on December 5th
Mr. Phillips was recognized at a ceremony on December 5th
Students have also been accepted into the 2016-2017 All Eastern Chorus
The National Road Safety Foundation invited the students to be a part of the piece
David Lundy was recognized for his leadership skills and dedication to DECA
Marlboro High School won first place with Howell High School securing second place and Freehold Township in third place
The high school’s chapter won the “Bring the People” Award and Youth Volunteer of the Year
The Olympic bronze medalist encouraged students to never give up on their dreams
The staff donated money and food items to create holiday baskets for nine families
Lianah Sta. Ana performed at MetLife Stadium for the Giants’ November 20th game against the Chicago Bears
A rehearsal session of the group’s fall production of “Letters to Sala” was filmed to be included in a documentary on the life of the title character Sala Garncarz Kirschner
Brian Becker, a humane law enforcement officer, spoke about the different aspects of the Monmouth County SPCA
Briahna Reinstein will compete for the title of Miss Teen USA 2017
Men who served in World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Iraq War spoke at the high school
Daniela Olt, creator of Daniela’s Wish, was recognized by the Howell Chamber of Commerce
Alexandra Anronikov participated in the 2016 Waksman Institute Summer Experience at the Rutgers University Waksman Institute
Students in AP U.S. Government & Politics and the Law and Public Service Learning Center tackled various topics in three different debate formats
Eligible Title I students are able to get a jump start on their college careers thanks to the grant funded program
The Senator spoke with students in the Global Studies Learning Center
Dr. Richard T. Malik was recognized for his service as a Chief Petty Officer in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm
The event will be held at Freehold Township High School on Nov. 3rd at 6:30 p.m.
Command Master Chief of the US Navy's Naval Service Training Command and the Area 4 Manager presented the trophy to students
Jayne McDevitt was recognized for her fundraising efforts which have raised more than $110,000 for pediatric cancer charities
Howell High School’s seniors learned about the deadly Seton Hall University fire from survivors
Pablo Loza won third place overall for his essay
Students in Howell’s Anytowners have been hosting an autism awareness assembly for the past six years
William Dean raised more than $17,000 to benefit the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation and the district’s Navy Junior ROTC unit
Mr. Burleson encouraged students to reach for the stars
The band also put on a performance for students
Senior Ali Knighton took fourth place overall in Oral Interpretation
Tessa Catuogno, a student in the Medical Sciences Learning Center, was selected from a pool of 270 candidates
Lisa Dreher will participate in the prestigious NSTA New Science Teacher Academy
Paraprofessionals from across the district were recognized for their hard work and dedication
Zachary Simon worked closely with school administrators to install shades in all classrooms at Freehold Township High School
A Pass in Review was held for family and friends on August 5th
Robby Andrews is a graduate of Manalapan High School and will be headed to compete in Rio in August
Take a look at where our talented Class of 2016 graduates were accepted!
Lauren Hersh, Director of Anti-Trafficking Policy & Advocacy at Sanctuary for Families, returned to her former high school to speak with students
A flag and banner designed by Holley Nitsberg will be displayed at each school
Students toured the nation’s capital and met with Congressman Chris Smith
Eligible Title I students took advantage of the grant funded program to get a jump start on their college careers
Howell screened four films at the festival
The concert band from each school performed at Marlboro High School
Mr. Manfred Lindenbaum spoke with juniors about his experiences escaping Germany through the Kindertransport
Students have won awards in chemistry and physics competitions
Staff members from each high school were recognized at a luncheon on May 26th
Photos from the May 30th parade inside
Students in AP Language and Composition crafted reviews after enjoying lunch at the café
Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso and County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon spoke with seniors about the voting process
The district’s 2014 Annual Report received second place in the 2016 School Communication Awards
Their production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame won Best of Fest
The schools won a combined six awards at the 2016 Basie Awards
Students won first and second place at Rowan University Programming Contest
Christopher J. Gramiccioni spoke with students in both the Law & Public Service Learning Center and the Navy Junior ROTC Academy
The 25 students in the Class of 2016 were recognized at the May 10th event
The episode will air on TBS at 9:30pm on Tuesday, May 17th
Four students spoke on the topic “Stories of Determination and Leadership”
The donations will be going to the Bridge of Books Foundation
The students had "A Night in Paris" themed prom with members of the Freehold Township Senior Center
Junior Bree Parker placed in the top 8 in Hospitality and Tourism
Students in the Patriot Players crafted the original script as part of the Adopt-A-School Project
Tatianna Brown and Renee Chen are both students in the Scholars’ Center for the Humanities
District schools received nominations in 21 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding lead actor & actress, and outstanding all student orchestra
Three students will be attending the National Leadership Conference in San Diego after winning the first place spot
The trio competed against 50 other teams from across the region
The unit has also been selected as the top in the northeastern region
The students will perform at various events throughout the state
All six schools in the Freehold Regional High School District were accredited as a system
A senior from every high school in Monmouth County was chosen for the award
Two students have been invited to attend the national conference in San Diego
12 students qualified to attend the TSA National Conference this summer
Nancy Barone of the CentraState Healthcare Foundation visited the school to accept the donation on April 14th
The group’s annual Autism Awareness Day presentations will be the focus of the segment
Two seniors presented at TEDxNavesink Interactive Makers Gallery on April 9th at Monmouth University
Patrick McGarry was chosen out of 600 international applicants as the winner of the Speak Truth to Power video contest
Topics addressed the accomplishments, hardships, and issues that women have faced or are presently facing in modern society
The students shined in the competition which is open to schools nation-wide
Five students were recognized for their work over the weekend of April 1st
Mr. Kimmel met with Marlboro High School students in March
The show airs on April 5th at 9pm on TBS
Shanna Kleiner and Jake La Fronz earned spots to compete in Salt Lake City
Three students from Freehold High School and one from Manalapan High School won awards
Kristopher Kulick received a first place award and four more students received Distinguished Honors
Students welcomed guest speakers Paul Frisco and Barry Rosenzweig
The article discusses the team's upcoming competition at the NJROTC Academic, Athletic and Drill Nationals
The school took home 3rd place overall and many students earned top spots
Monmouth County Assistant Prosecutor Hoda Soliman walked students through the trial process
Rachel Ottman will be working with a pediatric geneticist with a special interest in Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Students in the Class of 2019 presented skits for parents and their peers
Two teams from Freehold High School took first and third place at the Monmouth University High School Programming Contest
Kaylee DeFreitas will now compete in the national competition
Ms. Kathy DeGregorio was recognized by radio station 100.1 WJRZ
Four students will travel to Nashville this spring
Five students will travel to Nashville this spring
10 students will travel to Nashville this spring
DECA Advisor Ms. Nicole Halpin named New Jersey DECA New Outstanding Advisor Award
Mr. Jankos led Colts Neck’s wrestling team to the Central Jersey Group 4 semifinals and was named District 21 Coach of the Year
Ariel Rakovitsky created a crowdfunding app designed to help schools raise funds
Eric Nussbaum will be inducted at a ceremony in April
Efstratios Monafis was recognized by radio stations 95.9 WRAT and 100.1 WJRZ
Cadets will travel to Florida in April to compete in the national championship
Ciara Roche will be competing in the high school girls’ mile run championship at the world’s longest-running and most prestigious indoor track & field competition
The students will compete in Cherry Hill at the end of February
Applications to the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program are by invitation only
Vivian Paige Montgomery was nominated for her appointment by U.S. Representative Chris Smith
Mr. Golub was recognized for his 300th win
Frankie Tagliaferri was named the State Player of the Year in Girls Soccer
The students will compete in Cherry Hill at the end of February
Administrators discussed the district’s work towards increasing student access to rigorous courses
Trinity Pelina, Cole Matino and Mackenzie Kean were all featured in the newspaper
Antoinette Gyles was recognized for her winning essay during the 27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast
Students from Colts Neck High School, Howell High School and Marlboro High School will compete for a spot in the state finals
Colts Neck’s Drill Team is prepared to defend its title as NJROTC Area 4 Champions
Sruthi Boddapati will work at the USDA Agricultural Research Station lab at Tufts University
Nina Mojares, a student in the Global Studies Learning Center, will compete this summer for the national title
The News Transcript showcased the program at Manalapan High School
Sidhu Arakkal won prizes from the Charles Lafitte Foundation including a $1,000 donation to Howell High School’s library
The Middle States Validation Team spent time in the district in the beginning of December
The Howell High School community collected more than 500 coats as a part of the New York Giants Coat Drive
Colts Neck High School captures first place for the second year in a row at the event hosted by the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce
NJ.com recognized Mr. Patterson as the 2015 Coach of the Year in Girls Soccer
NJ.com recognized Mrs. Hope as the 2015 Coach of the Year in Gymnastics
Thomas Lowery was recognized at the “Brennan Stands Alone Foundation’s” 7th Annual Let’s Give Thanks Dinner/Dance
Catia Twal’s essay on overprotective parenting appeared in the November 28th edition of the paper
Freehold High School, Freehold Township High School and Howell High School had students accepted to the chorus
Staff members donated Thanksgiving dinner baskets
Lianah Sta. Ana won a monetary award and will attend a week of workshops in Miami
Jim Schlentz will be recognized for his commitment to coaching cross country and track & field
Dr. Martin Becker and Harry Maisch met with freshmen AP Biology students
Cadets in the NJROTC Academy displayed their skills in front of NJROTC Area 4 Manager Commander Jimmie Miller, US Navy (Ret)
Nicole Wroblewski, class of 2014, returned to Manalapan to discuss her time on a reservation in South Dakota
The senior is a member of Colts Neck’s Naval Junior ROTC Academy
Nicole Whitley and Amanda Visco were two of 40 girls selected from around the country to play
The annual Spooktacular Window Painting Contest was held on Oct. 21st
The first Business Forum sponsored by Colts Neck High School’s DECA was held on October 16th
Stephanie Taylor told students that Freehold High School is the only school in the world to have had three grand prize winners of the Google Code-in Contest
The district joins Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, will partner with other leading educators, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the U.S.
The 2015 FRHSD College and Career Fair is open to the students in grades 10th, 11th, and 12th
The educators enjoyed a four course meal at Freehold High School’s Five Star Café
The student created film, “Daytime Summit,” won the first ever All American High School Invitational
Despite the rain, all six bands gave fantastic performances
Several students were selected for prestigious research programs
Alex Polimeni began a career as badged member of the news media at the age of 13
Kevin DeStefano was invited to the Congress’s three day convention in Boston
Cadets marched in the parade in Raritan Township on September 20th
A support staff member from each school was honored at the Board’s September 28th meeting
Winners from each school will earn a guaranteed parking space for the 2017-2018 school year. One grand prize winner will be selected to have their design displayed district-wide
Students traveled to Yale University over the weekend of September 18th to compete in the tournament
Mr. Sampson will serve on the Department of Education's Common Core Standards Review Committee
Kayleigh Wilson and Sruthi Boddapati will travel to Iowa in October for the conference which is open to select students from around the world
Superintendent Charles Sampson delivered the Convocation address to staff on September 2
The portal will open at approximately 4 p.m. on August 21st
A new partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County also allowed eligible students to learn about the college admissions process
The three day professional development training event included approximately 2,000 educators from school districts along the east coast.
Our 2015 graduates are preparing to broaden their horizons at colleges and universities across the globe
The New Jersey School Public Relations Association awarded the district first place in the video category at their School Communication Awards ceremony
Students also placed second and third at two recent programming competitions
Jersey Sporting News hosted the 15th Annual “Jersey Awards” for student athletes on June 16th
Ms. Primak Sullivan founded Bridge and Tunnel Entertainment, along with starring in Bravo’s “Jersey Belle” and hosting the web series Keurig #CawfeeTawk
Michael James McNicholas can receive a $15,000 a year scholarship from Rensselaer
Students and staff members joined local law enforcement officers and fellow runners to carry the torch along Route 9
Megan Schulman was presented the award by the West Point Society of New Jersey
Close to 1,000 people participated in this year’s fund-raising event
Mark Fasano can receive a $15,000 a year scholarship from Rensselaer
Four students received scholarships in the 2015 Project Math Minds™ Competition
Students in Howell High School’s Fine and Performing Arts Academy created “The Devil’s Tree”
Robert Grimmie, the director for New Jersey’s Center for Occupational Employment Information, and Senator Jennifer Beck spoke with students in the Law and Public Service Learning Center
Kevin DeStefano can receive a $15,000 a year scholarship from Rensselaer
Professional guitarist Damon Marks delivered two guitars, two amps and a mini concert to students
Thirty-nine students from the Science and Engineering Learning Center competed
Ellen Wu received a $5,000 scholarship during a reception hosted by New Jersey’s First Lady Mary Pat Christie
Sol Lurie spoke with a small group of students about his time in multiple concentration camps
The school received the “Theatre for Everyone” Inclusion & Access Award for its production of “The Addams Family” in the 2015 Rising Star Awards competition
Principal Dan Simon was transported to the USS San Antonio for the Parade of Ships on May 20th
One student won gold while nine others won silver medals
Michael Cappelluti was one of twenty-five students statewide to receive the award
Matthew Grieco was accepted into the school’s Laboratory Learning Program
The “Get Wellephants” will brighten the day of pediatric patients
Cali Arenson was honored at the May 20th SADD and DCH Teen Safe Driving Foundation’s dinner
School productions were honored at the 10th Annual Basie Awards on May 20th
CentraState Healthcare System hosted a luncheon and ceremony for the Med Sci Class of 2015
Camelia M. Valdes spoke to A.V.I.D. and H.O.P.E. students on May 20
Nina Mojares will compete in a 2016 pageant for the state crown
Students in Mrs. Iachello’s art class gave a portion of K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital a beach theme
Renee Chen will travel to Vermont, Pennsylvania and the United Kingdom to participate in conferences to hone her writing skills
Alicia Zhou will be attending both the United States Military Academy Summer Leadership Experience and the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar
The students will present their project to an evaluation team on May 27th
Manalapan students came in second, sixth and seventh at the competition
The Veterans Appreciation Lunch was senior Samantha Cantor’s creation
Louis Rondinella is one of eleven nationwide to receive the honor.
SeaPerch is a regional underwater robotics challenge
Dominique Trotte’s painting, “Grandpa Tony” won Best in Show.
Students from throughout the district earned awards in the May 2 competition
Kristen Schandall and Evan Hymanson will attend the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar for a week.
Joshua Iglesias won a second place spot in the “Clay in Mind” contest.
District schools received nominations in 19 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding all student orchestra and outstanding lead actress.
Freehold has also received several nominations in the upcoming Basie Awards.
Students worked with Manalapan Mayor Jack McNaboe and the Manalapan Television Network to create videos about recycling.
Vivian Montgomery has been accepted into the highly competitive Summer Leaders Experience
Raafay Tahir will be honored at the Monmouth County Hall of Records
The students worked to find a solution allowing critical patients to receive medication prior to arriving at the hospital.
Seniors in the Humanities Learning Center made presentations to their peers about various topics impacting women.
Honors included Best High School Delegation, Outstanding Delegation and Most Improved.
Students in the H.O.P.E. Ambassadors Club donate to the Amistad Foundation
This year’s Softball Give Back Classic raised money in support of Manalapan teacher Claudia Soldiviero.
Lindsay Auerbach’s book “My Special Heart” is available to purchase online.
Howell’s Anytowners encouraged students to be respectful during April 14th presentations
Cheryl Lanza, Robin Witkowski and Mackenzie Kean were acknowledged at the Barnes & Noble’s “My Favorite Teacher” Local Awards Ceremony.
The team of five students took first place in the county competition.
Students and staff raised $1,105 in the “Coins for Kids” fundraiser.
The two young ladies developed the app at the hackBCA II event
Rebecca Franey’s work was selected for the “Best of the Monmouth Teen Arts Festival 2015 in Visual Arts” Show
The goal of the day was to strength the collaboration between CentraState and the district.
The Sketch & Win contest was sponsored by Allure Bridals.
A student from each high school was picked to receive the award.
Mark Rinder, Craig Chikis and Sage O’Toole will travel to the National Speech & Debate Association’s tournament in Dallas.
Four of the young women are students in Freehold High’s School Medical Sciences Specialized Learning Center and the fifth is a Manalapan High School freshman.
The Howell High School students decorated their classroom depicting different periods in China’s history.
Domonique Panton competed in the New Balance Indoor High School Track and Field National Championships
Students at Howell High School had the unique opportunity to apply their interior design skills in a real-world setting and bring their creative ideas to life at The Grande at Howell, a new Monmouth County community from D.R. Horton’s Mid-Atlantic division.
The three students created the video as a project in William Werntz’s film class.
Julianna Witt, an accomplished equestrian and artist, is earning many honors in both areas.
Lauren Pelaia performed a monologue from Hamlet and a sonnet.
Each year, Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) students and advisors are among hundreds who attend the annual New Jersey Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference.
Students from all six Freehold Regional High School District schools are recipients of prestigious awards issued during the 2014 Technology Student Association State Conference.
On Saturday, April 5, 2014, students of Manalapan High School’s Science & Engineering Learning Center won the 2014 New Jersey Coast Section Robot Challenge hosted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Manalapan High School Teacher David Hunt spoke with students at Howell High School.
Students of the Entertainment Technology video program are recipients of some of the most prestigious awards issued during the 2014 New Jersey High School Film Challenge.
The Freehold Regional High School District’s Workplace Training Program is one of nine programs to earn recognition by the New Jersey School Boards Association as a part of their 2014 Innovations in Special Education Awards.
Manalapan High School Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) recently won a cash reward for succeeding in the 2014 Central Jersey High School Traffic Safety Challenge.
The Anti-Defamation League honored 76 schools, only 3 from New Jersey, at their annual "No Place For Hate" recognition ceremony on May 21, 2014 on NYU Campus.
An Applied Art I project from Freehold High School is currently on display at The College of New Jersey after being selected for the 2014 K-12 Student Art Exhibition.
On May 21st, the Howell High School Drama Club had the honor of attending the Basie awards at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. Nominated for a record 18 awards, the Drama Club brought home 5 trophies.
The Manalapan Save A Brave Club won first place in the UGotBrains competition sponsored by the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey.
After winning the Merck Science Award in chemistry as a sophomore, Kenneth Luo has won the Merck Science Award for Physics. Kenneth had the fourth highest score in New Jersey on the highly competitive physics exam.
Freehold Township High School's chapter of SADD, Students Against Destructive Decisions, has been awarded the DCH Auto Group Teen Driver Safety Foundation's distinction of East Coast SADD Chapter of the Year.
As the new school year draws closer, our 2014 graduates are preparing to broaden their horizons at colleges and universities across the globe.
Mr. Sampson welcomed new staff on August 29th, ushering in the start of the 2014-2015 school year.
The Freehold Regional High School District held the 2014-2015 Opening Day Convocation at Freehold Township High School on September 2, 2014. Approximately 1,000 new and returning faculty, staff, and administrators were welcomed back by Superintendent Charles Sampson. Click read more to view Mr. Sampson's opening address on overcoming challenges.
Something wonderful is cooking over at Freehold High School. The school’s Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management Academy was featured in National Geographic for its unique comprehensive program.
Six FRHSD students took part in CentraState’s annual Celebration Ball Queen Contest
Alexander Bisignano, Colts Neck High Class of 2005, returned to the district to talk with students at Manalapan High School.
Head coach Edward Gurrieri and the team’s captains accepted a certificate on Feb. 26th
Heather Paul and Julia Farhat are New Jersey FCCLA state officers
Mark ranked high in Extemporaneous Speaking and Original Oratory.
Ten students traveled to California over Presidents’ Day Weekend to compete.
Ms. Soldiviero was surprised by an entourage including radio state Thunder 106, family and friends on Feb. 20th.
Juniors Jake Konig and Jake Kennis have both traveled to Honduras multiple times on humanitarian trips.
Jessica was recognized for her efforts to create a Teen Center in Manalapan.
Chaitya Shah will spend time at Google’s headquarters in California.
Courtney Joline spoke with students in the Law and Public Service Learning Center about her experiences in Tunisia.
Christopher Eng will compete in the regional competition on February 24th in hopes of advancing to NJ Poetry Out Loud State Finals.
Michael Gao, Leonard Gleyzer, Kathleen McPolin and Mark Rinder have received invitations to apply to the prestigious program.
Lauren Hersh, Director of Anti-Trafficking Policy & Advocacy at Sanctuary for Families, spoke with students in Howell High School’s Humanities Learning Center on Jan. 21.
Donald Olivaria spoke to the group about his experiences during marching in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago.
Michael is one of 31 finalists in New Jersey.
Laurie B. Gerhardt, Director of the Family Division of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, spoke with students
Paintings by Mr. Finaldi were selected to hang at the American Embassy in Djibouti. Other works based on Freehold High School are on display at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
The girls performed during the 2014 Orange Bowl Halftime Show on New Years Eve.
Ken Dwyer’s production piece was selected as one of three finalists from across the country.
The winning student will compete in February’s regional competition.
Students competed in the Joseph W. Andrushkiw Mathematics Competition at Seton Hall University in November.
Merideth Manella, a diplomat to Guayaquil, Ecuador spoke with students about the importance of learning a world language.
The Octagon Club organized the school wide food drive benefiting the Food Bank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties.
The junior performs in the musical’s final scene.
Two teams from Freehold High School have scored within the top 30 percent of more than 800 teams competing across the country.
The Habitat for Humanity chapter at Marlboro High School hosted its 5th gingerbread house contest.
Principal Zina Duerbig will be retiring at the end of the month after 21 years in the Freehold Regional High School District.
More than 250 coats were collected for Monmouth County Family & Children Services’ “Operation Sleighbells” and the New York Giants Stadium Coat Drive.
FRHSD students work with middle school students in an “Hour of Code” during Computer Science Education Week.
As the second place winner of the picoCTF 2014 competition, Richard will receive a $4,000 scholarship, a trip to Carnegie Mellon University, and $3,000 for Manalapan High School.
The public is invited to participate in Freehold High School’s annual “Empty Bowls” project at the Five Star Café between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on December 10-12th.
Colts Neck High School wins the competition with Freehold Township High School and Marlboro High School coming in second and third place.
Shaye DiPasquale was invited to attend the National Foundation of Women Legislators Conference in Philadelphia.
Julia Farhat attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Capitol Leadership, held October 12 through October 15, in Washington, D.C.
On December 10th, the Freehold Township High School Octagon Club will partner with the non-profit Love, Annaleigh to host a Kid’s Gingerbread House Party.
Two students also won a Raspberry Pi, a small, credit-card sized computer when the guests visited on November 12th.
Cadets of the Naval Junior ROTC Unit at Colts Neck High School will be hosting “The Polar Express” holiday themed event on December 5th at the Barnes & Noble located at 3981 Highway 9 North in Freehold.
On November 9th, the Freehold Food Festival was held in Freehold Township and featured food trucks, vendors and live music.
Mr. Simon wrote the article, “Gaining the Trust of Your Community as a New Principal.”
The Freehold Regional High School District is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.
Schools within the Freehold Regional High School District have been receiving honors leading up to the start of the school year, earning distinction on New Jersey Monthly’s Top NJ High Schools 2014 list and being named to The Daily Beast list of the top schools in America.
Marlboro High School was ranked at 46 in the nation by Newsweek. Colts Neck High School ranked 166, Freehold Township High School ranked 467 and Manalapan High School ranked 469.
FTHS History Teacher/Coach Todd Briggs was named Coach of the Year for Girls Track for the 2013-2014 Year by the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association!
The Board of Education recognized the 2014 Support Staff Employee of the Year from each high school during the September 15th meeting.
Eighty eight Cadets from the Navy Junior ROTC Academy at Colts Neck High School walked history’s trail on a trip to Baltimore, Md. on the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore on September 12, 2014.
Kathleen Andrejco, L.C.S.W., MA., the Student Assistance Counselor at Freehold Township High School, was selected as the W. Cary Edwards State Volunteer of the Year for 2014 by the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
The Freehold Township High School Forensics Team traveled to Yale University in New Haven, Conn. for a tournament and left with honors.
Three FHS seniors were accepted into prominent research internships.
A delegation of eighteen educators from New Taipei City, Taiwan, have been touring public school districts in Monmouth County.
Focusing on STEM education, Manalapan High School was awarded a $10,000 grant from the OceanFirst Foundation as a part of the Model Classroom Grant Program.
Students from Freehold Township High School were awarded both first and second place, with students from Freehold High School securing the third place spot in the Window Painting Contest.
The White House and the U.S. Department of Education have selected Superintendent Charles Sampson to participate in the November 19th “ConnectED to the Future” convening at the White House in recognition of his commitment to Future Ready schools.
Eighth grade students who will attend Colts Neck High School (CNHS) in the 2015-2016 school year are invited to the Colts Neck Experience on Nov. 20th.
The success of his Eagle Scout project led to Joseph being selected as the Messenger of Peace Hero, an honor which is presented annually in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
FRHSD Earns Placement on College Board's 4th Annual AP® District Honor Roll
The Veterans Memorial Garden was designed by senior Daniel Elice as his Eagle Scout project.
The award is presented to a female varsity soccer player from Monmouth County whose varsity soccer coach has recommended her as their team's best example of a scholar athlete.
$2,650 is being donated to the American Cancer Society in memory of social studies teacher Nancy Draper.
As a team the girls raised over $1,700.
On October 21, 2014 the marching bands from the Freehold Regional High School District's six schools took to the field at Howell High School, displaying their talent.