• Dear Families and Students,

    The opening of school is an exciting and important time for everyone. As we enter the new school year, the faculty, staff, and administration extend a warm welcome and best wishes to everyone.  We are committed to providing our students a safe learning environment where everyone can excel.  


    Red Bank Regional is an exceptional school with award-winning programs and a rich curriculum.  Everyone is encouraged to take advantage of all the high school offers. Although your academic work is most important, we encourage you to become involved in the other offerings that RBR provides, such as athletics, clubs, and service organizations. Our school has a wide range of extra-curricular offerings and truly has something for everyone to stay engaged, explore their interests, and build new friendships. 


    This is a reminder that all families are expected to utilize the Genesis Parent Portal. The portal allows you to access important information, including grades, attendance, and student schedules. Your account will be active throughout your child’s enrollment at RBRHS; if you still need to activate or reset your password, please complete the Parent Portal Access Information Form.


    Cell Phone Policy: We at RBR want our students to engage in their academic endeavors actively.  Although cell phones can be used for educational purposes, they can also be distracting. To minimize distractions that may hamper student learning, all students must place their phones in a “cell phone holder” within a designated area of each classroom during each academic block. We appreciate your support in discussing this policy with your student.


    STUDENT IDs: Students must have their student ID during the school day. This card displays an individual barcode number for each student.  The card is used to identify and access various school areas, including the bathrooms, nurse’s office, guidance department, media center, the SOURCE, and administrative offices. Students will no longer be able to access these areas by typing their names into a computer but will have to scan their IDs.




    Julius W. Clark