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by Prof. Adrain Schmitt 6 min read

What is Manalapan High School?

Manalapan High School is a fully-accredited comprehensive high school serving a community of nearly 38,000 residents living exclusively in the Township of Manalapan and the Borough of Englishtown.

Who is the freehold regional high school board of Education?

The men and women serving on our Board of Education are committed to excellence in education for the students of the Freehold Regional High School District. Our Board represents eight communities in western Monmouth County, New Jersey--over 200 square miles.

How do I apply for frhsd 2022 senior scholarship offerings?

The FRHSD 2022 Senior Scholarship Offerings are now available! FRHSD scholarship applications will be completed online using the FRHSD Scholarship Application Platform. Please note that all scholarship applications must be completed online. The deadline for scholarship applications is Thursday, March 31, 2022, at 3 pm.

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Summer Academy

FRHSD is proud to offer summer learning through the Summer Academy: Credit Recovery, Original Credit, AP Bridge Program, and Algebra 1 Bridge Program.

District Announcements

The Freehold Regional High School District is proud to offer summer learning through the Summer Academy: Credit Recovery, Original Credit, AP Bridge Program, and Algebra 1 Bridge Program.

What division is Manalapan High School?

Additionally, the Varsity Cheer Team won the Spirit Brands National Championship. The school community recognized six student-athletes at signing days for their commitment to NCAA Division I and Division II Colleges. Manalapan High School offers students the opportunity to participate in over 60 clubs and activities.

How many advanced scholars were there at Manalapan High School?

In the 2016-2017 school year, Manalapan High School had 148 Advanced Scholars as designated by the College Board. The College Board recognized nine students who earned the distinction of Commended Student in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.

When did Manalapan High School open?

Since opening in 1971 , Manalapan High School has enjoyed an outstanding reputation throughout the state for its academic and extracurricular programs. Manalapan High School maintains a well-deserved reputation for excellence because of its exceptional students.

Is Manalapan High School accredited?

Manalapan High School is a fully-accredited comprehensive high school serving a community of nearly 38,000 residents living exclusively in the Township of Manalapan and the Borough of Englishtown. One of six high schools in the Freehold Regional High School District, Manalapan High School currently provides educational services for approximately ...

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District Announcements

The Freehold Regional High School District is proud to offer summer learning through the Summer Academy: Credit Recovery, Original Credit, AP Bridge Program, and Algebra 1 Bridge Program.

When is the orientation for Freehold Township High School 2021?

The faculty and administration of Freehold Township High School cordially invites you and your eighth grade student (s) to attend our Virtual High School Orientation Program on Monday, January 11, 2021 via Zoom: 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Each session will be approximately one hour long.

When will the 2021 school yearbooks be delivered?

This is just a clarification regarding yearbook distribution. Yearbooks will be shipped directly to each purchaser’s home on July 17, 2021. This year’s delivery date is later than a typical year with the intention of including spring events and maximizing coverage for our students during this unprecedented year.

What happens if you don't receive a note in school?

If a note is not received within 48 hours by the attendance office, the absence will be considered unexcused and will result in disciplinary action for failure to follow proper procedure or the student may be considered truant from school. 2. Tardiness to School.

What does "cutting" mean in school?

Cutting - is defined as unexcused or unexplained absence from school, class (es), or assigned location (s). It generally takes the form of selectively missing one or more assigned class (es) or assigned location (s) while being present for the school day.

What is student attendance?

Student attendance is not only the function of the attendance office and the assistant principal, but also the function of parents who value the instructional time given to their children and teachers who establish the expectations and learning standards that necessitate regular attendance by students. It requires the continued vigilance of both ...

What is tardiness to class?

E. Tardiness to Class. All students are expected to be on time to every class or have a legitimate pass from a teacher, administrator, or staff member. If a student is late for class, he/she must report to the assigned class without a pass. Students are not to report to the office for a late pass.

What time do you call the attendance office?

If your child will be absent, you MUST call the attendance office by 7:30 AM (early schools) or 8:25 AM (late schools) on the day of the absence. • All students must bring a written note to the attendance office within 48 hours of the return to school.

What is truancy in school?

Truancy - is defined as an absence from all or a part of the school day without the knowledge of the pupil’s parent or legal guardian. It generally takes the form of an unexcused/unexplained absence for the whole school day and is recorded as a “cut” in all missed classes. 6.

What is a parent/guardian note?

A written note from a parent/guardian must be presented to the attendance office prior to 1st block. The note must include a phone number where the parent/guardian can be reached for verification. The note must also include the time, reason, and person who is picking up the student.

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