St. Rose High School would like to congratulate the Class of 2020 who have been accepted to the following colleges/universities. We will continue to update this slideshow as new acceptance letters are being received every week.
St. Rose High School's Virtual Learning Plan begins tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17, 2020 with Day A. We also produced a new video for students & parents on what to expect tomorrow and how to best prepare. we have decided to close the school to essential personnel only, including administration and support staff that will make themselves available to assist you via phone/email/chat. Visitors and contractors will be limited by appointment only.
Due to the recent evolution of the Coronavirus situation in our immediate area, along with conversations with state and local officials, St. Rose High School will be taking proactive steps in order to aid in mitigating the further spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Although there are currently no students, faculty, or family members who have tested positive for the virus, we recognize the unique nature of the St. Rose community with students and staff coming from a myriad of towns across many areas of the state. Therefore, beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020 and extending to Friday, March 27, 2020, students should no longer report to school as we will activate our virtual learning plan and continue instruction at home for all students.
The March Madness Gift Challenge is coming, and we need YOU on our team. Every Annual Fund gift made will be doubled...so give now and have twice the impact!
St. Rose High School has been a cornerstone in Belmar for almost 100 years. Its presence in the heart of Belmar has helped to create and contribute to a vibrant downtown and St. Rose is committed to being an integral part of Belmar’s future.
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BELMAR, NJ: St. Rose High School is proud to announce Simon Muckle as Head Coach for the boys varsity soccer team. St. Rose Vice Principal of Athletics and Student Affairs, Dennis Carey said, “We are absolutely thrilled to have Simon joining St. Rose Athletics as head boys varsity soccer coach. Simon’s experience and background speak for themselves, and we believe that under his leadership our boys soccer program will continue to compete at a high level in both regular and postseason play. We would also like to thank our former head coach, Brian Pringle ‘80, for his nearly twelve years of service to the St. Rose High School community and we wish him the best of luck in all of his future endeavors.”