7:35 AM - 11:35 AM PSAT Testing - Early Dismissal - Students
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM The Source Parent Meeting - Guest Speaker - Shawn Metz
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Preparing for the College Process - Target Audience: Grade 11
8:45 AM - 10:00 AM Hispanic Heritage Assembly
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM RBR Homecoming Football Game
Red Bank Regional has been recognized as the most academically challenging high school in Monmouth County in the most recent Jay Mathews Challenge Index. RBR ranked #18 in New Jersey and in the top two percent of public and private high schools nationally. The Challenge Index is the oldest high school ranking system in the country, beginning in 1998 in both Newsweek and The Washington Post. The achievement is an affirmation of the quality of our programs, the dedication of our staff, and the excellence of our students. RBR was commended for both the high rate of participation in AP and IB courses as well as the large portion of students achieving success on the end-of-course exams. Of the top 18 schools in New Jersey, RBR was ranked sixth in terms of students passing the tests. Sixty-one percent of our students who sat for the tests achieved proficiency.
RED BANK, N.J. - Feb. 21, 2022 - PRLog -- GODSPELL is a timeless rock musical based on the Gospel of St. Matthew. Written in 1971 by John-Michael Teblak and Stephen Schwartz and revived on Broadway in 2012, it tells the story of Jesus' ministry and Passion through parables, clowning, dance and music. It is being performed by members of The Red Bank Regional Theatre Company and is directed by Reuben Jackson. GODSPELL opens at Red Bank Regional HS on March 31st at 7pm and runs thru April 3rd. Tickets will be available starting March 1st at https://rbrhsnj.booktix.com/ or at the theater door.
When head coach Scott Martin and his Red Bank boys basketball players learned they would be without senior leader Patrick Murray for the start of the 2021-22 season and later found out a re-aggravation of his hamstring injury would likely keep him out for the entire year, there was understandable frustration.