Monmouth Regional High School District

Soaring to Achieve Excellence!


  • Dear Parents/Guardians:

    We are proud of the academic changes occurring at Monmouth Regional High School and are excited to share the enhancements to our advanced placement opportunities for all students with you.

    Preparations for the Class of 2023 begins in September. Collaboration with teachers, supervisors and administrators occurs to make sure that our curriculum remains on the cutting edge and that all students have access to them.  College Board, the company behind the PSAT, SAT and AP, supports the movement that allows all students to have access to their AP offerings. As a school, Monmouth Regional supports this belief.  To that end,offering entrance exams to gain access to our AP Academy curricula seemed outdated. We, too, want to support all students having access to the great things Monmouth Regional has to offer.  In addition to dual enrollment courses with Kean, Rutgers and Seton Hall Universities, we currently offer twenty (20) AP courses, one of them the new AP Seminar, which is the first class in a duo of courses offering students a pathway to earn the AP Capstone Diploma.  Monmouth Regional is one of only two schools in Monmouth County to offer this program!

    College Board states; “deciding to take an AP course lets colleges and universities know that you have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. When admissions officers see “AP” on your transcript, they know that what you experienced in a particular class has prepared you well for the challenges of college. Taking AP is a sign that you’re up for the most rigorous classes your high school has to offer.”  

    With that said, if your son or daughter is currently in our AP Academy, their program will remain the same until graduation.  The class of 2022 will be the last graduating class from the Monmouth Regional AP Academy. If, however, your child was not placed in the AP Academy and shows an interest in a specific field of study, advanced placement courses are now an option.  With a strong desire and work ethic, success is at their fingertips.

    We are excited about these changes but understand that you may have several questions.  Please visit our website or contact your child’s guidance counselor for clarification.


    Andrew F. Teeple, Superintendent

    Brian Evans, Principal

    Amy Kelly, Director of Guidance

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MRHS Goal & Misson


    MRHS Mission Statement

     Monmouth Regional High School creates an environment that values collaboration and emphasizes the equality of our diverse community. We have established and embraced a learning environment that readies students for a global, information-based society through academics, extracurricular opportunities, and community outreach.


    All members of the Monmouth Regional Learning Community will commit to:

    • Educating all children with respect, recognition, and appreciation of their individuality
    • Developing partnerships between administration, faculty, staff, parents, and students through effective communication among all stakeholders
    • Promoting student respect through valuing diversity; cultural backgrounds and customs; various ways of communicating; and acceptance of traditions and values.
    • Transforming students into critical thinkers who succeed individually, and as members of a team through use of diverse critical analysis.
    • Developing our students as lifelong learners with an emphasis on college, work, and life
    • Providing challenges through rigorous academics that provide students with opportunities for post-high school success
    • Effectively integrating technology as a tool of personal and communal betterment, and the development of 21st century competencies and digital citizenship

     Graduate Profile 

     A Monmouth Regional graduate will….

    • have a well-rounded education that prepares them to successfully transition and contribute to an ever-changing society
    • have the foundation to think critically and solve problems.
    • be able to communicate effectively and collaboratively.
    • make authentic connections between what they have learned and the wider world.
    • understand the importance of digital citizenship in becoming a socially responsible and personally accountable adult.
    • participate in civil discourse and the democratic process.
    • learn to utilize self-reflection as a means of personal growth.
    • be effective personal and global advocates.

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