9th and 10th Grade College & Career Planning Night will be held at Freehold Township High School on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 6:30pm
The FRHSD 2019 Scholarship Offerings are now available! FRHSD scholarship applications will be completed online using the FRHSD Scholarship Application Platform. Please note that all scholarship applications must be completed online. The deadline for scholarship applications is Friday, April 12, 2019 at 3 pm.
FRHSD is conducting a community stakeholder needs assessment survey to provide input for its FY 2020 ESEA grant program activities and budget planning for the period (July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020). Your feedback as a community stakeholder is highly valued in assisting the district to identify priority areas of need. The district considers the survey findings along with various other data points of student achievement and staff professional development programming to develop an effective overall expenditure plan for the federal funding entitlement allocation. This short survey takes less than 10 minutes of your valuable time to complete. Thank you for your participation.
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Assistant Prosecutor Tom Fichter of the Monmouth County Special Victims Bureau spoke to the group
Members of each school’s choir came together in a joint performance
The team will now compete in the regional competition in hopes of earning a spot in the statewide competition
41 students will represent Colts Neck at the New Jersey DECA High School State Career Development Conference
The Honorable Judge Angela Dalton of the Monmouth County Superior Court came as part of the “One Judge, One School” program
Cross country and track coach Jim Schlentz was honored on December 15th
Students in both classes worked together to craft the design of the trucks
Five out of the seven state officer positions are held by students from the district
The group of educators from New Taipei City heard from two students at Colts Neck High School about their experiences as language learners