Freehold Regional High School District

Charting a Future of Excellence in Education

District Announcements

  • Anticipated Educator Recruitment - Applicants should apply directly to FRHSD by April 18th to be considered for an interview for anticipated 2021-2022 full-time/part-time/long-term substitute vacancies. 

    Virtual CJ Pride Job Fair! Prospective applicants are invited to attend the March 24th CJ Pride Virtual Job Fair and visit the FRHSD booth to learn about potential job opportunities.

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  • Energy Specialist Position: If you or someone you know is interested in making a difference for Freehold Regional School District and its community through energy conservation and sustainability, please apply directly to Cenergistic.

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  • The application for participation in Option II for 2021-2022 will be available from March 1, 2021-August 2, 2021. 

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  • The Freehold Regional High School District is proud to offer summer learning through the Summer Academy: Credit Recovery, Original Credit, AP Bridge Program, and Algebra 1 Bridge Program.

    Each program targets different student needs:

    Original Credit is for students looking to advance in mathematics or to complete Financial Literacy (virtual for 2021)

    Credit Recovery is for students who have failed a course and need to regain credit (in-person for 2021)

    AP Bridge is for students taking an AP class for the first time in the upcoming school year (virtual for 2021)

    Algebra 1 Bridge is for students taking Algebra 1 in the upcoming school year (in-person for 2021)

    An application is necessary for each program. 

    FRHSD parents and students:  log in to the Genesis Portal, select the Forms tab, and fill out the appropriate application. 

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  • Counseling Resources

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  • Being a parent of a teenager during the COVID-19 pandemic has many challenges. The Howell Alliance, with the support of the NJEA FAST grant and Howell High School P.A.T, is proud to present a 6-part virtual workshop series for Freehold Regional parents/guardians on "Mental Health Supports for Teens During COVID-19."
    The 30-45 minute virtual workshops include:
    • Acknowledging the Loss of Milestones for Parents and Teens
    • Identifying Risks of Teen Substance Abuse
    • Raising Resilient Teens
    • Safe Teen Relationships
    • Trusted Adult
    • The Importance of Peer-to-Peer Support
    For more details and registration information, please view the attached flyer. Please be sure to register in advance by clicking the links on the flyer.
    If you or your child needs any assistance or support, please feel free to contact your child's school counselor or the Student Assistance Coordinator.
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