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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."
The first Activity Period of the 2017-2018 school year was this week and students jumped right into working on service projects, learning new skills and planning events.
Congratulations to seniors Kaitlyn Wood and Lauren Walker for being honored by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Additionally four students were named AP Scholars with Honors and 11 were named AP Scholars in 2017.
Sister Lisa D. Gambacorto, RSM, Ed. S., RBC Class of 1977 graduate and Directress of Mount Saint Mary Academy, will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award from Georgian Court University as part of the university's 2017 Awards Program.
Student leaders from RBC's chapter of Catholic Athletes for Christ (CAC) attended the Diocese of Trenton Annual CAC Leadership Conference on September 19th at the Chancery and Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, NJ.
Beginning September 27th, St. James and RBC will partner to offer a "Creative Movement" class to the St. James' pre-school and kindergarten classes.
Red Bank Catholic welcomes our newest Caseys as the Class of 2021 completed its two-day Freshman Orientation yesterday.
RBC Senior Catherine Curtin returned to Cuba this summer to continue her mission of using volleyball as a means of sharing friendship with girls in other countries.
On Saturday, June 17th a sold-out crowd of over 300 RBC alumni, friends and families filled the RBC Vincent J. Eck Student Center to celebrate the induction of the Red Bank Catholic Athletic Hall of Fame 2017 Class.
Congratulations to Quenton Nelson (RBC '14) for being named the top offensive lineman to watch heading into the season by
Chelsea Bruce (RBC'14) was crowned Miss Delaware 2017 and will go on to represent the state of Delaware in the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City in September.
Jay Nerenberg was the number one singles tennis player at RBC from 1985-1988. The highlight of his RBC career was winning the overall NJISAA Singles Championship in 1987.
Jessica De Palo was one of the state's most dominating low-post presences during her years playing for Red Bank Catholic. She helped anchor one of the area's greatest seasons in girls basketball history, with the Caseys going 31-0 in 2000.
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