Summer reading assignments are now available. Click here to view the required reading for your English course. If you are looking for assignments for other courses, please consult the teacher of the course prior to summer dismissal. If after summer dismissal, please consult the school's website or contact the school's main office.
FRHSD is pleased to present the Summer College Application Boot-Camp opportunity to all rising seniors (current juniors) and parents. This three-day program (Aug. 6-8) will provide your child with an opportunity to conduct a college search, identify their “best fit”, work on their college essay and learn more about the admissions process. Students will be supported by FRHSD counselors, teachers, and guidance supervisors during the program. To learn more please visit the following links:
The online registration form must be received by May 21, 2019. Please note that space is limited which may require a lottery.
The Freehold Regional High School District did not utilize all of the allotted snow days in this year’s school calendar. As a result, schools will now be closed on Tuesday, May 28th. We hope you enjoy the extended Memorial Day Weekend!
FRHSD is proud to offer three options for summer learning through the Summer Academy:
Please click for additional Summer Academy information.
CentraState Medical Center hosted a luncheon for the Class of 2019
Students competed in 14 events at the state competition
Hailey Steinberg was recognized as a top 10 finisher
Nick Polimeni came home with four medals
The students created teddy bears for less fortunate children and patchwork pillows and blankets for local veteran hospitals
Lynelle Oygenblik, who competed in the Biomedical Science category, is the first Freehold High School student to ever win at nationals
Freehold Township has the second largest public school Latin program in the United States
Tiara Rathi will attend the Economics for Leaders Summer Program at Brown University
Members of the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 12 brought an interactive presentation to Manalapan
Cadets in the program have also seen tremendous individual success this year
Students competed in 13 events during the state conference in April
This group is the largest in school history to qualify for the national conference
Forty-one nominations across five district schools
Emanuel Meshoyrer will attend the New Jersey Governor's School of Engineering & Technology
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