On February 23, 2016, Marlboro HS will host a PARCC Parent night. This program is designed to help parents/guardians understand their child’s PARCC test results that were recently mailed home. The meeting will take place in the Media Center at 5:30PM.
Attention Juniors & Seniors: The Student Council is giving you a chance to win a free prom bid for your class prom. To enter, bring in five items (paper goods, laundry products, toiletries, canned food, dried foods) which will be donated to the Howell Senior Center. You will receive a ticket for every five items donated. Donations will be collected every morning in the main lobby from February 8th through February 18th. See Mr. Daley or Mr. Nesi with any questions.
The Students Helping Honduras Club will be having a clothing drive until the end of February. Please bring any gently used clothing in a bag to Room A202. All donations will be given to the A&E Organization and will then be distributed to those in need.
Attention Spring Sport Athletes: The Health Office is now collecting spring physicals and repeater forms. All paperwork must be turned in before February 18th. You can stop by the Health Office to check to see if your physical is valid for spring.
Marlboro HS graduation ceremony will be on 6/23 at 5pm.
NHS Afterschool Tutoring Program is available every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in room A207 from 3:15-4:00 p.m.
Applications to the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program are by invitation only
Administrators discussed the district’s work towards increasing student access to rigorous courses
Antoinette Gyles was recognized for her winning essay during the 27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast
Students from Colts Neck High School, Howell High School and Marlboro High School will compete for a spot in the state finals
Marlboro High School captures second place at the event hosted by the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce
The district joins Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, will partner with other leading educators, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the U.S.