Students were acknowledged at a special Senior Recognition Program on June 19th
Students created videos set to popular music, exploring historical and social topics
Student athletes from all six high schools make up the team
Logan Wald’s essay on “What My Municipal Government Does Best” earned him a $1,000 scholarship
The foundation donated five brand new Schecter guitars, amps, cables and drum set to the school’s music department
Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer returned to see how things have changed since she graduated in 1999
Julia Singer will spend time in Los Angeles to study music journalism
Staff members from each high school were recognized at a luncheon on May 25th
The 7th annual Spring Games for students with disabilities were held at Marlboro High School
Officer Dave Rocca stopped by Manalapan to discuss aspects of working for the FBI Police Security Division
Mr. Sampson was recognized for his dedication to improving the quality of education for all students
Members of the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 12 brought an interactive presentation to Manalapan
Manalapan High School was nominated in Outstanding Set Design in a Musical and Outstanding All Student Orchestra
Both students will receive a $500 scholarship
The Washington Post's annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students
Students heard from Gerda Bikales who survived the Holocaust
Seniors from high schools across Monmouth County were chosen for the award
Representatives from the radio station stopped by the school on March 20th to present Ms. Croissant with the award
Students were able to explore the 60-foot trailer and try their hand at various simulators
Students from across the district assembled at Manalapan High School to take part in a 24-hour collaborative computer learning experience
The Feb. 24th event will benefit the school's music department
Students and staff volunteered at the soup kitchen, serving meals on Jan. 12th
The group donated 1,250 items and 1,135 pounds of food to the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties
Mr. Gurrieri was recognized at a ceremony on December 5th
The National Road Safety Foundation invited the students to be a part of the piece
Marlboro High School won first place with Howell High School securing second place and Freehold Township in third place
Briahna Reinstein will go on to compete for the title of Miss Teen USA 2017
Men who served in World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Iraq War spoke at Manalapan High School
Mr. Burleson encouraged students to reach for the stars
Paraprofessionals from across the district were recognized for their hard work and dedication
Robby Andrews is a graduate of Manalapan High School and will be headed to compete in Rio in August
Students have won awards in chemistry and physics competitions
Staff members from each high school were recognized at a luncheon on May 26th
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
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
Three students from Freehold High School and one from Manalapan High School won awards
Ariel Rakovitsky created a crowdfunding app designed to help schools raise funds
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
The News Transcript showcased the program at Manalapan High School
Twenty-six students from Manalapan High School participated in the Joseph W. Andrushkiw Mathematics Competition at Seton Hall University on November 21, 2015.
Dr. Martin Becker and Harry Maisch met with freshmen AP Biology students
On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, four diligent and hardworking seniors were recognized regarding their acceptance to prestigious institutions of higher education at a National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony.
On October 24 Victoria Giardina was crowned Miss Avalon Outstanding Teen 2016, which is a part of the Miss America Organization.
On November 11, 2015, Manalapan High School’s Social Studies department hosted a Veterans’ Day Observance for students, staff, and veterans.
Nicole Wroblewski, class of 2014, returned to Manalapan to discuss her time on a reservation in South Dakota
The annual Spooktacular Window Painting Contest was held on Oct. 21st
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
Thirty-nine students from the Science and Engineering Learning Center competed
Michael James McNicholas can receive a $15,000 a year scholarship from Rensselaer
Four students received scholarships in the 2015 Project Math Minds™ Competition
Cali Arenson was honored at the May 20th SADD and DCH Teen Safe Driving Foundation’s dinner
The students will present their project to an evaluation team on May 27th
Manalapan students came in second, sixth and seventh at the competition
SeaPerch is a regional underwater robotics challenge
Students from throughout the district earned awards in the May 2 competition
Students worked with Manalapan Mayor Jack McNaboe and the Manalapan Television Network to create videos about recycling.
The students worked to find a solution allowing critical patients to receive medication prior to arriving at the hospital.
This year’s Softball Give Back Classic raised money in support of Manalapan teacher Claudia Soldiviero.
Cheryl Lanza, Robin Witkowski and Mackenzie Kean were acknowledged at the Barnes & Noble’s “My Favorite Teacher” Local Awards Ceremony.
The goal of the day was to strength the collaboration between CentraState and the district.
A student from each high school was picked to receive the award.
Four of the young women are students in Freehold High’s School Medical Sciences Specialized Learning Center and the fifth is a Manalapan High School freshman.
Students from all six Freehold Regional High School District schools are recipients of prestigious awards issued during the 2014 Technology Student Association State Conference.
On Saturday, April 5, 2014, students of Manalapan High School’s Science & Engineering Learning Center won the 2014 New Jersey Coast Section Robot Challenge hosted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Manalapan High School teacher David Hunt spoke with students at Howell High School.
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.
Manalapan High School Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) recently won a cash reward for succeeding in the 2014 Central Jersey High School Traffic Safety Challenge.
The Manalapan Save A Brave Club won first place in the UGotBrains competition sponsored by the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey.
After winning the Merck Science Award in chemistry as a sophomore, Kenneth Luo has won the Merck Science Award for Physics. Kenneth had the fourth highest score in New Jersey on the highly competitive physics exam.
Six FRHSD students took part in CentraState’s annual Celebration Ball Queen Contest
Alexander Bisignano, Colts Neck High Class of 2005, returned to the district to talk with students at Manalapan High School.
Head coach Edward Gurrieri and the team’s captains accepted a certificate on Feb. 26th
Heather Paul and Julia Farhat are New Jersey FCCLA state officers
Ms. Soldiviero was surprised by an entourage including radio state Thunder 106, family and friends on Feb. 20th.
Jessica was recognized for her efforts to create a Teen Center in Manalapan.
The eight seniors have received scholarships to play in college.
Heather Paul and Julia Farhat are both state officers for the New Jersey Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (NJ FCCLA).
Students competed in the Joseph W. Andrushkiw Mathematics Competition at Seton Hall University in November.
As the second place winner of the picoCTF 2014 competition, Richard will receive a $4,000 scholarship, a trip to Carnegie Mellon University, and $3,000 for Manalapan High School.
Julia Farhat attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Capitol Leadership, held October 12 through October 15, in Washington, D.C.
Focusing on STEM education, Manalapan High School was awarded a $10,000 grant from the OceanFirst Foundation as a part of the Model Classroom Grant Program.
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