On Thursday, May 27th, Red Bank Catholic High School celebrated the commencement of the Class of 2021 beginning outside with a Baccalaureate Mass at Monmouth University's Kessler Stadium. The 185 members of the class have been accepted to over 180 colleges and universities and earned a collective total of $31,115,587 in scholarship awards.

Monsignor Joseph Rosie presided over Baccalaureate Mass in the morning, which was followed by a brief intermission to reset the stage.  Monsignor Rosie and Mr. Robert Abatemarco, Principal, joined Associate Principal Mrs. Karen Falco and Athletic Director Mr. Joseph Montano to present the graduates with their diplomas at the Commencement Ceremony.  Valedictorian Daniella Gangemi and Salutatorian Olivia Morin delivered addresses during graduation.  The Bishop George W. Ahr Award for Excellence in Religion was presented to Andrew Simoes. The following students were presented with the award for Academic Excellence for Four Years:   Kristina Marie Cioffi, Taylor Nicole Consolazio, Chelsea Correa, Veronica May Faustino, Julia Maureen Foy, Daniella Lucianna Gangemi, Olivia Rayne Morin, Katherine Garrison Riddle, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Trageser, Reilly Mairead Traynor, Graciella Danielle Trivilegio.

The Red Bank Catholic faculty and administration are proud of the members of the Class of 2021 for their accomplishments in the classroom, on the playing field, on the stage, and in the community in spite of one of the toughest years in American History.

Congratulations Caseys! 

To view photos from the event, click on the links below!

Ken Cook Photography

Tom Zapcic Photography

Memory Keepers Videography