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Congratulations to senior Ally Cucich for being named NJ.com's Gymnast of the Year for 2017. According to the website, "her past four years competing in high school gymnastics have been nothing short of spectacular."
RBC club members were busy this fall continuing the Casey tradition of service, with some clubs focusing their efforts to share spirit of Thanksgiving with those in need.
In an intense competition, the RBC Academic Team won first place in both the Varsity A and Varsity B brackets of the Donovan Catholic Academic Challenge.
Four RBC students were honored yesterday at the Destination Athlete banquet hosted by Rider University. The awards recognize high school student-athletes who exemplify not only athletic prowess, but strong academics, leadership and character as well.
The Virtual High School (VHS) honored Red Bank Catholic High School for its long-standing partnership to offer advanced learning opportunities for students.
Senior Ally Cucich captured the all-around First Place Title in the NJSIAA Gymnastics Individual Championship yesterday, with a record-breaking all-around meet record with a score of 38.875.
On Wednesday, twelve Red Bank Catholic student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the college level.
As part of RBC's commitment to 21st Century learning, this year the school has added virtual reality ("VR") goggles and software to the already long list of instructional aides for teachers.
Jacqueline Soboti (RBC '04) and Anna Zonen from The Therapy Institute in Red Bank volunteered to mentor for the RBC Internship Program this semester and were happy to welcome seniors Courtney Carroll and Caroline Fazio as interns.
In June of 2017, Red Bank Catholic and St. James launched a major initiative to "go green" to help protect the environment, to help sustain natural resources for current and future generations, and to promote cost savings for the school.
Congratulations to the Caseys for defeating Long Branch 42-28 at Rutgers Stadium on Saturday night. Both teams were undefeated going into the game.
The senior class participated in their religious retreat on Friday at the San Alfonso Retreat House in Long Branch. This oceanfront setting offers the perfect backdrop for students to exercise their relationship with their Catholic faith.
Last week RBC Engineering students completed a design challenge to develop a prosthetic hand out of a limited amount of cardboard, string, tape, and straws.
The Casey Caregivers Club enjoys a long friendship with the Schroth School, and recently fulfilled a request to make sensory games for their classes. The Schroth School serves students, pre-school age through high school, who have complex physical and developmental disabilities or delays.
This year Red Bank Catholic began offering a new course for students interested in the intricacies of Computer-Aided Design and Drafting, or "CADD."
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