RBR CODERS SCORE HIGH AT STOCKTON

Red Bank Regional sent six teams and 17 students to the only computer coding competition this year at Stockton University, taking 2nd and 3rd place finishes, as well as one of two honorable mention. Pictured with Stockton’s mascot Talin are (back row, left to right): Dylan McRae, Makoto Brown, Dylan Reitsma, Bobby Villaluz, Jack McNally, Kyle Neary, Ford Zacks, Kyle Scheider, Andrew Schembor, Tyler Lewis, and Damanbir Sahi, plus (front row, left to right): Jared Prezwodek, Jake Glauber, Josh Goldsmith, Max Mason, Harry Jain, and Ian Birn.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

The Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) at Red Bank Regional High School always searches for opportunities for their students to compete on the specialized knowledge they learn in their technology academy.  The AOIT found such an opportunity for its students to compete in computer coding on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, in the second annual Computer Science Teachers Association South Jersey (CSTA-SNJ) computer science competition at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ.

The competition included 130 students from 12 New Jersey High Schools. While a team from Toms River took the first place honors, RBR dominated by taking three of the five top placements.

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RBR BOARD COMMENDS TOP SCHOLARS

Left to right: Red Bank Regional Assistant Principal Rob Donohoe is pictured with RBR students Robert Villaluz, Jack McNally, Chase Hintelmann, Makoto Brown, Ella Brockway, Paige Whittle, RBR Principal Risa Clay, and RBR Guidance Director Jason Sabino.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

At its February 1 board meeting, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education commended its top academic scholars. Six students — Ella Brockway, Shrewsbury; Makoto Brown, Tinton Falls; Chase Hintelmann, Little Silver; Jack McNally Little Silver; Robert Villaluz, Shrewsbury; and Paige Whittle, Little Silver — were all recognized as Commended Scholars. This is honor is achieved by students who scored among the top 2.4% of over 1.4 million students who took the PSAT in their junior year.

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RBR TECH TEAMS TAKE TOP HONORS

teamoneofficialPictured are ten of the Red Bank Regional  students who brought back top honors in several categories at the FBLA regional tech comnpetitions held this past fall.  Front row, left to right: Young Chen, James Szwede, Zach MacLean, Devin Long; back row, left to right: Nicole Ortiz, Makoto Brown, Nick Polis, Bobby Villaluz, Kyle Neary and Andrew Schembor. 

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

This past fall, a number of students from the Academy of Information Technology at Red Bank Regional High School participated in the online tech competitions sponsored by the Central Regional Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). With 19 RBR students qualifying to compete, the results were stunning, as they swept the 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in four categories, while placing high in several others. The students will be competing at the 2016 FBLA NJ State competitions, which will be held in February at Harrah’s Conference Center in Atlantic City.

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RBR SENIORS ACHIEVE EAGLE SCOUT HONORS

RBR EagleRed Bank Regional High School rising seniors Andrew Noglows and Sam Gregg were celebrated for their attainment of Eagle Scout at their June 28 Court of Honor for Troop 126 in Little Silver.

Press release from Red Bank Regional Board of Education

At a June 28 Court of Honor ceremony hosted by the Woman’s Club of Little Silver, two Red Bank Regional High School rising seniors were celebrated for their recent attainment of Eagle Scout rank by Little Silver Boy Scout Troop 126.

Andrew Noglows and Sam Gregg, both of Little Silver, have come through scouting together since 5th grade, with Sam having entered scouting as a cub scout. Both boys will be commended by the RBR Board of Education for achieving the highest honor in Boy Scouting.

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LITTLE SILVER: CYBER WARRIORS IN TRAINING

TeamMaroon1stPictured left to right are embers of Red Bank Regional Academy of Information Technology “Team Maroon” Kyle Neary, Josh Eve, Tyler Birn, Louis DiOrio, Bobby Villaluz (being held up) and Mark Eulner).  The students took first place in the State round of the CyberPatriot competition, among 48 competing teams.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

Two teams from the Red Bank Regional High School Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) recently finished first and second in New Jersey in the state round of the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. Both teams now go on to compete in the regional round of the competition, which takes place January 16- 18.

In all, 2,175 teams registered to compete in the nationwide Cyber Patriot tournament, with 48 teams from New Jersey.

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