Art National Honor Society
Club is approved to operate during 20-21 school year. Students who have studied Art for one full year and who have maintained an average of 85 or above are eligible for induction into the National Art Honor Society. Membership offers recognition for high achievement in the Visual Arts and promotes awareness of art in the community.
Club approved to operate during the 20-21 school year. The Red Bank Regional High School Chamber Singers are a small select ensemble committed to performing difficult choral music. It is an auditioned ensemble taken primarily from the Concert Choir, and meets weekly on an extra-curricular basis for rehearsal. The Chamber Singers have performed throughout New Jersey as well as toured with the Concert Choir to Canada, Europe and throughout the USA.
Computer Science Club
The Computer Science Club’s objective is to provide a platform for Computer Science students to go above and beyond what they learn in class. The club has two parts. One part consists of more experienced Computer Science students tutoring newer Computer Science students on topics they learned in class. Providing help for students that are having difficulty in the program will encourage them to continue in the program and all them to take more away from the Computer Science class.
Students learn and apply cyber skills in a wide range of contests throughout the school year. All students are welcome and encouraged to join regardless of experience or background in technology.
English National Honor Society
WALDEN CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY The Walden Chapter of the National English Honor Society was granted its charter in 2008. The mission of the society is to recognize students who have excelled in, and demonstrated a passion for, English literature and the humanities, and to nurture in them a development of that passion. Students may apply for membership in the NEHS at the beginning of senior year, and must meet requirements to be considered for acceptance
Club approved to operate during 20-21 school year. The Environmental Club is an environmentally focused group intent on defending our Earth from polluters and those who destroy our natural resources by all means effective, practical, and possible. Overall, the environmental club’s mission is to make the entire student body more aware, and it needs a core group of students and the cooperation of everyone in the building to make it a success. https://www.rbrhs.org/wt/hussey/EnvironmentalClub.htm
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Club approved to operate during 20-21 school year. The FCA is an international Christian organization dedicated to encouraging and helping students in their spiritual journey. This FCA huddle focuses on personal growth reaching out to others, and having fun in the process. All students are welcome to participate, whether they are involved in athletics or not.
French National Honor Society
Club is approved to operate during 20-21 school year. Students who study French for two years, continue to a third year, and who maintain an average of 87 or above are eligible for induction into the French National Honor Society. The group strives for better understanding of the French language and the culture of French-speaking people.
Future Business Leaders of America
FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AMERICA
Club approved to operate during 20-21 school year. The Future Educators' Association allows students interested in the field of education to meet and learn of the many career opportunities available in our school systems. Activities allow the members to view teachers/educators in action and to discuss the field with experienced administrators, teachers and other educational professionals.
The GSA’s mission is to eliminate LGBTQI discrimination and to ensure that RBR is a safe community that honors and appreciates diversity. We encourage Allies to get involved to encourage acceptance and promote awareness. The GSA advocates for change and makes recommendations on school policy when necessary.
Club approved to operate during 20-21 school year. Interact is a service club that gives young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends.
Club is currently on hold. Math League is a great opportunity for mathematically-talented students to participate in an academic contest that presents challenging non-routine problems. There are 6 meets held at area high schools from September to March. Twelve students from RBR can participate in each meet. Each participant takes the individual contest, which is a set of 5 open-ended questions.
Club is currently on hold. The Mock Trial program is sponsored by the New Jersey State Bar Foundation, which supplies the script for a court case to each high school participating in the program. Students are expected to prepare the case for the “mock trials” that are conducted before a sitting judge (or practicing attorney acting as a judge) in interscholastic competitions occurring in the Monmouth County Court House in Freehold.
Club is approved to operate during 20-21 school year
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Students who are accepted into the National Honor Society focus on community service projects and fundraising throughout the year. https://sites.google.com/rbrhs.org/nhs/membership-requirements
National Technical Honor Society
Club approved to operate during the 2020-2021 school year. National Technical Honor Society - The mission of NTHS is to recognize outstanding student achievement in technical education and to encourage students to reach for higher levels of achievement, develop self-esteem and pride. In the junior year, students will be eligible for recognition as an NTHS honor student based on their performance in technology courses and in the school community.
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RBR Theater Company
The Science League is a competitive organization operating within the State of New Jersey. It is designed for students interested in science, who enjoy mental exercise and healthy competition. The purpose is to provide competitions between schools in selected science areas of study. Competitions are typically scheduled for the 2nd Thursday of the month from January to April at one of our area schools. Students within any one testing area are ranked with each other based upon their scores.
Spanish National Honor Society
Club approved to operate during the 2020-2021 school year. Student in SNHS do community service and enjoy learning Spanish and immersing in cultural activities.
Club approved to operate during 20-21 school year. Red Bank Chamber Ensemble The Red Bank Chamber Ensemble is a component of the Red Bank Regional High School Visual and Performing Arts Academy. The Ensemble provides orchestra experience and ensemble training for string students in the Red Bank Regional School District , and it is open to all district area high school and advanced middle school students.
Club approved to operate during the 20-21 school year. Student Council is the organizing club of Red Bank Regional. Officers are elected by the entire student body. Each study hall selects a representative to attend meetings held by the officers. Student Council hosts the annual homecoming festivities and blood drive.
STUDENT TO STUDENT PEER LEADERSHIP(STS)
Club approved to operate during the 20-21 school year. The STS Leadership program is designed to allow juniors and seniors to serve as peer leaders to the incoming freshmen. The leaders are guides and role models and aid the freshmen in their transition to high school life.