As required by Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) grant development guidelines, the larger community of stakeholders will complete the Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Comprehensive Needs Assessment survey. There will be two versions of the survey--one in English and one in Spanish:
FRHSD FY 2021 Comprehensive Needs Assessment: http://j.mp/FY2021NAeng
FRHSD 2020-2021 Evaluación integral de necesidades: http://j.mp/FY2021NAesp
All responses must be submitted by Friday, March 6, 2020. Note: additional guidance on the survey purpose is included in the survey itself.
Please visit the Advocating for our Students website to learn more about the state aid reductions the FRHSD faces in light of the S2 legislation. We ask you to consider signing our online petition to encourage Governor Murphy and New Jersey Legislators to re-examine this flawed funding formula and delay the phase-in until the full scope of its impact is understood.
11th Grade College Planning Night will be held at Colts Neck High School on Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm. A panel of representatives from Rutgers University, the University of South Carolina, and Villanova University will be presenting information on the college admissions process. Please note this presentation is designed for 11th-grade FRHSD students and their parents.
Graduation Ceremonies will be held at all six high schools for the Class of 2020 on June 24th.
The times for the graduation ceremonies are as follows:
Colts Neck High School - 5 pm
Freehold High School - 4 pm
Freehold Township High School - 5 pm
Howell High School - 4 pm
Manalapan High School - 6 pm
Marlboro High School - 6 pm
Please visit your school's website for specific information regarding the graduation ceremony.
Headlines & Features
Students from across the district tested their computer programming skills at the 24 hour long event
Out of the 235 students competing for Freehold High School, 74 qualified to advance to the state conference
Freehold presented on the price increase of the Epi-pen
Dr. Sampson wrote the local chambers of commerce to discuss Senate Bill 2 and the impacts it will have on both the Freehold Regional High School District and the community at large
The 25th Annual Thanksgiving Sale had students baking more than 225 pies, 25 gallons of butternut squash soup, 150 loaves of banana bread, and over 100 pounds of 15 styles of cookies
Ms. Eva Carella
Student Assistance Coordinator
2 Robertsville Road, Freehold, NJ 07728
732-431-8360, x. 2032
Mr. Michael Dillon
District HIB Coordinator
Director of Guidance and Operations
11 Pine Street
Englishtown, NJ 07726
732-792-7300, x. 8513
For additional information, please visit the FRHSD's Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying page