Manasquan High School

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MHS Awards and Distinctions

 
94th percentile: Academic Performance compared to peers
(2013 NJ School Report Card)
 
84th percentile: College and Career Readiness compared to peers
(2013 NJ School Report Card)
 
Manasquan in top 5% nationally
(College Board's 3rd Annual AP Honor Roll)
 
Score of over 97% (73/75) under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights
 

 

  • Squan-A-Thon Raises Over $71,500!

    The 12-hour dance-a-thon is coordinated by Mr. Battaglia and Mrs. McKenzie. The mission is to bring hope and help to children in one of our sending districts who have been diagnosed with cancer. Our goal is to ease the financial burden of families affected by pediatric cancer. We are happy to report that our students raised over $71,500.00. We are extremely thankful to all those who helped make this event an unforgettable experience. Your support of Squan-A-Thon is greatly appreciated, as it gives the families the opportunity to focus their attention on the most important issue at hand - the health of their children. They could not do this without you!

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  • College Board: Manasquan in top 5%

    College Board AP Program Manasquan High School is one of 539 schools across 44 of the 50 states in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 3rd Annual AP District Honor Roll for simultaneously increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Achieving both of these goals is the ideal scenario for a district’s AP program. Overall, those receiving College Board’s elite distinction make up just under 5% of all of the districts in the nation. Manasquan was 1 of 34 districts in the State of New Jersey that received this honor, and only 1 of 3 districts to be recognized in Monmouth County. Since 2007, the number of Advanced Placement tests administered at Manasquan High School has increased by 74.5% while scores in the highest range (4’s and 5’s) have increased from 28% of all tests taken to 55%. View press release >

     
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  • MHS Students Visit Children's Hospital

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    Our Squan-a-Thon committee consisting of 23 students took a recent trip to K. Hovnanian’s Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore Medical Center. We brought gifts to the pediatric wing and brightened the day of many kids of varying ages.Additionally, the students were fortunate enough to receive a tour of the hospital. Plans were then made to continue the relationship between Squan-a-Thon and the children’s hospital in order to continue to support local families whose children have serious illnesses.
     
     
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  • Girls Bowling Team Three-peats

    Congratulations to the Lady Warriors who captured their 3rd Consecutive Group II Central Jersey Championship. Bryce Petraccoro won the overall individual Champion with a 684 series.

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