Close to 800 students were treated to a performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Marlboro students beat two of the top teams in the nation to secure the state championship
Students from across the district assembled at Manalapan High School to take part in a 24-hour collaborative computer learning experience
Students also created matching pillows and wrote personal notes to be delivered with their creations
Marlboro High School won first place with Howell High School securing second place and Freehold Township in third place
The Olympic bronze medalist encouraged students to never give up on their dreams
Dr. Richard T. Malik was recognized for his service as a Chief Petty Officer in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm
Paraprofessionals from across the district were recognized for their hard work and dedication
Staff members from each high school were recognized at a luncheon on May 26th
The schools won a combined six awards at the 2016 Basie Awards
The episode will air on TBS at 9:30pm on Tuesday, May 17th
Four students spoke on the topic “Stories of Determination and Leadership”
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
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
The students shined in the competition which is open to schools nation-wide
Mr. Kimmel met with Marlboro High School students in March
The show airs on April 5th at 9pm on TBS
Four students will travel to Nashville this spring
Applications to the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program are by invitation only
Administrators discussed the district’s work towards increasing student access to rigorous courses
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
David Lunde entered the CTP Kids and Conservation Video Contest
Marlboro High School captures second place at the event hosted by the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce
The annual Spooktacular Window Painting Contest was held on Oct. 21st
The district joins Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, will partner with other leading educators, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the U.S.
Despite the rain, all six bands gave fantastic performances
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
Mr. Sampson will serve on the Department of Education's Common Core Standards Review Committee
Band Camp was underway in the weeks leading up to the start of the new school year
Jersey Sporting News hosted the 15th Annual “Jersey Awards” for student athletes on June 16th
District schools received nominations in 19 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding all student orchestra and outstanding lead actress.
Raafay Tahir will be honored at the Monmouth County Hall of Records
Honors included Best High School Delegation, Outstanding Delegation and Most Improved.
Lindsay Auerbach’s book “My Special Heart” is available to purchase online.
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.
The three sophomores created the video as a project in Mr. Werntz’s film class.
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.
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.
The Habitat for Humanity chapter at Marlboro High School hosted its 5th gingerbread house contest.
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.
Colts Neck High School wins the competition with Freehold Township High School and Marlboro High School coming in second and third place.
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.
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.
A delegation of eighteen educators from New Taipei City, Taiwan, have been touring public school districts in Monmouth County.
The Board of Education recognized the 2014 Support Staff Employee of the Year from each high school during the September 15th meeting.
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.
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.
FRHSD Earns Placement on College Board's 4th Annual AP® District Honor Roll