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Mission Statement

The Mainland Regional High School District provides an environment of excellence supporting the educational, emotional, physical, and ethical well-being of all students, focusing upon achieving proficiency in the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards through a partnership between home, school and community.

  • School Choice
    The state has issued a directive to stop the growth of the school choice program by limiting the maximum enrollment of our choice program. Unfortunately, the result of this decision is that we will only have 1 new choice seat available for the 2015-16 school year.

    Preference will be given to applicants who are siblings of current Mainland choice students.

    Please click here to find our School Choice Profile, School Choice Application and Notice of Intent to Participate Form. All applicants must submit the Notice of Intent to Participate Form to their resident district by December 1, 2014.

    The application deadline is Monday, December 1, 2014. All applications must be mailed or delivered in person. We will not accept applications via fax.
  • Economic Toolkit
    Mainland Regional High School is committed to ensuring that all of our students, regardless of the economic conditions in our geographic area, are provided with all necessary resources to succeed. We are also committed to ensuring that each student is able to fully participate in Mainland’s extracurricular activities regardless of economic status. Mainland encourages all families that are eligible to apply for participation in the federal free and reduced lunch program. Participation in this program not only provides your student with a free or reduced cost breakfast and lunch, but also determines their eligibility for SAT, ACT, AP and college application fee waivers. (Click here)
  • AP Exams

    Attention AP Students: The deadline to pay for AP Exams is Friday, December 5th. The fee for each exam is $91. Checks must be made payable to MRHS BOE and can be dropped off in the Guidance Office. Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch are exempt from paying for AP exams. Please see the economic toolkit on the MRHS website for more information on obtaining free or reduced lunch..

  • Bullying and Intimidation Policy

    MRHS's Anti-Bullying Coordinator is
    Jo-Anne Goldberg. MRHS's Anti-Bullying Specialist is Dr. Kim Simmerman. To view the Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Policy in its entirety, (click here). To view the 2012-13 Harassment and Intimidation Self-Assessment Grade Report, (click here)

  • Random Drug and Alcohol Testing

    The Board of Education recognizes illegal drug and alcohol use presents a continuing challenge to the school and a clear danger to students. The purpose of the alcohol and other drug testing policy is to deter use and intervene as early as possible when use occurs. To see policy, (click here).

  • Senior Privilege Opt Out Information

    MRHS’s open campus policy allows senior students, in good standing, to leave school grounds when they do not have a scheduled class or during unit lunch. For more about this program, (click here). If parents don't want their child to participate, complete the Senior Privilege Opt-Out by (clicking here).

  • No Child Left Behind Resources

    For details about how NCLB legislation affects MRHS, visit our NCLB resource page, (click here).

  • Help Support MRHS by Joining the MRCP

    The Mainland Regional Community Partnership (MRCP), a nonprofit organization, is a unique partnership with businesses, MRHS alumni and the community with a vision to enhance the education experience at MRHS. For more, (click here).

  • Child Study Team Child Find

    Child Find is an ongoing process to identify children between birth through age 21 who may have disabilities and would be eligible for early intervention services or special education and related services. Parents may request an evaluation to determine their child’s eligibility for services. A free, appropriate public education (FAPE) may include services along a continuum that could include supplementary aids and services, specialized instruction within the general education class or through a resource program, or special class in or out-of-district. An individualized education program (IEP) is developed for students with disabilities by the parents, child study team members and teachers. The IEP includes goals and objectives and describes the nature of the program and services to be provided. For further information or to make a referral, please contact Ms. Jo-Anne Goldberg, Child Study Team Supervisor at 927-0825.

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