RFH ENGINEERS CREATE, INVENT AND LEARN

RFH engineersEarlier this year, six freshmen from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School took part in an inaugural Mini Engineering Academy program at Neptune High School, where the aspiring engineers worked in teams to build hydrogen-powered cars, visited the township’s “green” elementary school, studied solar cells, and explored the aerodynamic qualities of surfboard design. Pictured are Reed DiCenso and Jack Rallo (front row left to right) and Chris Steinhacker, Aidan Eustace, Matthew Ramirez, and Tyler Whetzel (back row left to right).