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Homework Help

    • Homework Help in the Media Center Monday - Thursday 2:45pm - 5:15pm. No appointment necessary.
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    • Peer Tutoring offered in room 262 during both lunch/study periods.  See your counselor for a pass.
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    • Community Tutoring runs every Tuesday and Wednesday 6-7:30pm at River Street Commons-49 Catherine Street, Red Bank. For more information contact: Suzanne Keller 732-842-8000 ext. 1-236 or email skeller@rbrhs.org.

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News

  •  The Two Rivers Relay for Life Celebrates its Tenth Anniversary at RBR

    The Two Rivers Relay for Life Celebrates its Tenth Anniversary at RBR All Those Walking to Cure Cancer are Invited to Participate on May 20

    On Friday, May 20, the Two Rivers Relay for Life stages its tenth anniversary of the signature American Cancer Society fundraising event at Red Bank Regional School (RBR). RBR has hosted this Relay since its inception. Registration for this year’s themed event “Relay Around the World” begins at 5 pm at the RBR Track and Field, located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver. Opening ceremonies take place at 7 pm. Everyone engaged in the mission to cure cancer is invited to participate in this evening

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  •  the RBR alumni players following one of their practices getting ready for the big game.

    RBR Alumni to Play Historic Rival Long Branch in first Alumni Game

    : On Saturday, May 14, at 4 pm, alumni from the New Jersey Shore Conference’s oldest football rivalry will face each other in their first alumni football game. The game will take place at the Count Basie turf field located at 11 Henry Street in Red Bank. This fittingly bookends a year marked by great athletic success for the current RBR team which went undefeated and made it to the state championship for the first time in decades. Many alumni players were present at this past season’s games enthusiastically cheering their alma mater to victory after victory.

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  • RBR was ranked as one of the best high schools in the Nation according to U.S. News & World Report

    US News & World Report Ranks RBR One of Best High Schools in Nation

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) was recognized as one of the best high schools in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report, which released its 2016 rankings on April 19, 2016. RBR received silver medal status, ranking in the top 10% of high schools in the nation, or number 1,889 out of 19,908 qualifying for the study. It held the # 57 position out of 422 high schools in New Jersey; 109 made the list in the state.) RBR represents the only other Monmouth County, public, non-magnet-school on the list in addition to Rumson-Fair Haven.

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  •  Members of RBR’s Interactive Media class pose with the real life news team of WPIX 11 News

    Channel 11 Comes to RBR

    Red Bank Regional’s (RBR’s) Interactive Media classes had the cameras turned on them when WPIX 11 Morning News visited RBR to film a segment about distracted driving awareness. The network reported on Mr. Carl Grillo’s students, who were busy filming this year’s #RBRHSDBD Safe Teen Driving Campaign Public Service Announcement (PSA) on distracted driving. WPIX 11 reporter Lisa Mateo not only filmed a network segment about the students’ PSA, she also graciously agreed to a cameo appearance in this year’s contest submission.

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  • Dr. Louis Moore Selected as RBR Superintendent

    At a special board meeting held on April 6, 2016, The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education has selected Dr. Louis Moore of Ramsey, NJ, to be its new Superintendent. Dr. Moore has served as the Principal of Ramapo High School (Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District), Franklin Lakes, NJ, since 2007. He will begin his tenure at RBR on July 1. Thomas Pagano has served as RBR’s Interim Superintendent for the past two years. RBR Board President John Garofalo states, “We are very impressed with Dr. Moore and are very much looking forward to working with him. I think he is going to do great ...

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