2:30 PM - 7:00 PM Freshman Orientation
6:00 AM - 1:00 PM Little Silver Classic 5K
8:40 AM - 11:00 AM Violence Prevention Assembly - Auditorium
8:40 AM - 11:00 AM Hispanic Heritage Assembly - Auditorium
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Crop Walk - Parking Lot
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 8th Grade Open House
Red Bank Regional (RBR) graduate Chloe Sharpe, Bradley Beach, is headed to Stevens Institute of Technology this fall to study computer engineering. But first, she is getting a jump on her subject matter and future employment opportunities with a valuable internship at Sensato, a cybersecurity firm located in Red Bank, NJ. Chloe’s future is bright with a great demand for jobs in her chosen field of cybersecurity. Over one million of those necessary jobs are currently unfilled according to Sensato CEO and founder John Gomez. As current events have clearly demonstrated, the need for corporations and government to protect their online infrastructure is vital. The US Department of Defense has designated cyber the greatest threat to American security.
Throughout the month of July, rising freshmen get a leg up on high school- level classwork in the RBR signature Summer Slam program. Here they have an opportunity to also meet and bond with future classmates in an educational, relaxed and congenial atmosphere. Freshman Academy & SOURCE Supervisor, Suzanne Keller explains, “Summer Slam is a four week transition program for incoming freshmen designed to prepare them for the high school experience. Challenging curriculum includes; English, Math, History and Science.
At the end of the school year, a very special presentation took place when Red Bank Regional (RBR) senior Visual and Performing Art Academy (VPA) art majors unveiled their end-of-the year project, a gift to their school to adorn its walls. This year, two murals were created- one for the Physical Education Department and a second for the media center. The five students in Studio 4 art--Juliet Alejandrez, Belmar; Skylar Heilos, Little Silver; Said Ors, Red Bank; Brigid Fahy, Belmar; and Kate Neff, Little Silver-- met with their client, in this case the Physical Education Department,
Eight Red Bank Regional (RBR) vocal majors of the RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy have been selected for the next school year’s prestigious All State Choir. They are: Mara Campolattaro, rising senior, Rumson; Julianna Conforti, rising junior, Millstone; Ben Hahn, rising junior, Millstone; Gianna Pallante, rising senior, Millstone; Maddie Stout, rising senior, Neptune City; Talia Tardogno; rising sophomore, Manalapan; Claire Taylor, rising senior, Ocean Township; and Sara Zerilli, rising junior, Millstone. Seven were selected for mixed chorus with Julianna Conforti selected for the treble chorus. Maddie Stout had the distinction of placing second in the mixed chorus in the audition process
Red Bank Regional (RBR) has traditionally sent its students to the most prestigious universities in the United States. This year is no exception. Three of our top students gained admission to three of the nation’s most selective schools with entrance to MIT and Ivys’ Yale and Cornell. RBR’s Class of 2018 valedictorian Harry Jain, a Red Bank resident, is a student in RBR’s Academy of Engineering. He will be studying electrical engineering and computer science at Yale University next year.
On May 29, twenty two Red Bank Regional students joined students from Freehold, Manalapan and Holmdel for a first ever AT&T Cybersecurity Experience (ACE) at the Middletown location. After a tour of the sprawling facility, they arrived at the Cybersecurity Innovation Center to learn how AT&T actively protects its networks and customers from malicious actors every day. There they were greeted by AT&T Vice President of Security Architecture Rita Marty who encouraged them to seek cybersecurity careers after college at AT&T, a company in their own backyard.
Fourteen students from RBR’s Barbara Beckett’s art class had their art selected as ads for the Monmouth Day Care Art Journal. Hannah Gazduz of Shrewsbury was the high school grand prize winner. The other student winners were: Anyia Jones, Niurka Sandoval, Winnie Zheng, Oscar Zenteno, Kanymah Tucker, Jasmine Contreras, and Verya Juarez. The artwork was selected to represent each journal business sponsor. Dozens of entries were submitted from among eight Monmouth County schools. The student winners ...
Red Bank Regional (RBR) football player Junior Nigel Mitchell (Red Bank) always knew he was fast; but in conditioning for football in the off-season he found a second sport in Track and Field, and what a career it is shaping up to be! After only two seasons on the track, Nigel became RBR’s first State Champion runner in over a decade, winning the 200 meter dash at the NJ Group 3 championship at Central Regional High School (Bayville, NJ) with a blazing time of 21.73. Prior to the championship, ...