7:35 AM - 11:35 AM PARCC TESTING - Single-Session Day - Students Only
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Reverberations Senior Music Recital - Auditorium
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM RBR Distinguished Alumni
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Drama Major Showcase - Auditorium
Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) Athletic Director Del Dal Pra was recently named the Jersey Shore Interscholastic Wrestling Association’s 2018 Man of the Year. He was honored at a dinner held on April 16. According to the Association, this award is given to the individual whose contributions were instrumental to the widespread success of wrestling in the Shore area and throughout the state of New Jersey. Del Dal Pra was credited for restructuring and revitalizing the Shore Conference Individual Tournament
Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School will present its Spring Dance Extravaganza on Friday, May 4, 2018, at 7 pm. The RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA) dance majors will present a variety of contemporary, ballet, tap, hip hop, jazz and modern dance numbers in the RBR Theater. Tickets are $10 for adults and children over 12; $5 for senior citizens and children under 12. Red Bank Regional students and faculty attend free. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ.
Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) tennis star athlete, Abby Decker, 18, of Shrewsbury will be playing tennis in the Patriot League for Loyola University next year. Abby concluded her tennis high school career with 80 wins and 23 losses amid one of the best tennis seasons the Buccaneers has experienced in a decade. She represented RBR in the States championship for the pasts three years and had her best finish this year reaching the fourth round of the tournament. That is the farthest RBR has ever advanced at States.
At is March 29 meeting, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education adopted a resolution on gun safety beseeching the President of the United State and Congress to, “…identify and implement meaningful action to address access to and ownership of military style assault weapons and ammunition, the delivery of mental health services and financial support to ensure a safe and secure school climate…” As many school districts around the country, RBR has worked aggressively to improve safety on its ...
The sports rivalries among three Two River schools are legendary. It is always a super sweet victory when the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Buccaneers can defeat Red Bank Catholic (RBC) Caseys or Rumson Fair Haven’s (RFH) Bulldawgs, and vice versa for all three teams, two of which are located on Ridge Road, and the other not too far away. However, seven students from all three schools have recently collaborated to use that rivalry to generate a very positive event. The Ridge Road Run for Suicide Prevention is a 5K in Rumson
RBR Junior Takes Prize in Garden State Film Festival
It was supposed to be a rebuilding year. Last year, Red Bank Regional’s Girls’ Basketball team had achieved its best record in over a decade but consequently graduated seven of their players. Additionally, their previously successful basketball coach, James Young left during the summer to coach at Monmouth University and the girls did not meet his replacement until two weeks before the season was to begin. But the coach coming in was John Truhan, dubbed by Hoops Group as the “Bill Parcells of Girls’ Basketball” and he delivered.
Red Bank Regional (RBR) senior Edison Quesada, 17 from Red Bank, decided last year to wrestle. He reveals that wrestling was something always in the back of him mind but his first two years of high school were spent nursing varies broken bones from a skateboard hobby. When he did finally take the mat in a sport that many kids practice from elementary school, he was a natural and placed 2nd in the NJSIAA District 18 Tournament, 3rd NJSIAA Region 5 Tournament, and qualified for NJSIAA State Tournament.