Located in the borough's former high school, Red Bank Middle School on Harding Road now serves as home to the…More district's middle school students. There are nearly 400 students in grades four through eight.
Red Bank Middle School has several educational programs designed to help students succeed as well as a number of extra-curricular opportunities children can participate in, such as band.
Students graduating from Red Bank Middle School attend Red Bank Regional high school in nearby Little Silver.
Red Bank Catholic High School 112 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ07701 Red Bank Catholic high school is located in downtown Red Bank next to St. James Elementary and its namesake parish.…More Established in 1927, RBC, as it's known, attracts students from dozens of school districts around the county and beyond with a challenging curriculum, extensive extra-curricular activities list and a large sports program. It is part of the Diocese of Trenton school district. Athletes at RBC are known as "Caseys," named after Monsignor Joseph Casey, a retired Read Admiral in the U.S. Navy who used his naval pension to hire coaches and purchased uniforms for the school's athletes. Casey is also credited with helping organize the school's band and orchestra, according to the school. RBC's school colors are green and gold and its athletes compete in the Shore Conference, a high school athletic conference that features both public and private schools in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The school has gone through several renovations in the past decade and recently completed construction on a new student center. The state-of-the-art student center houses classrooms and a gym.
Shrewsbury Boro School 20 Obre Pl, Red Bank, NJ07702 Shrewsbury's only public school, Shrewsbury Boro School has classes for students from kindergarten to eighth grade.…More Located on the same site as the district's offices, the school typically has about 500 children enrolled each year. The school has some athletics and some extracurricular activities. It also has programs for special needs students. The district's website provides a comprehensive list of resources broken into different tabs for students, parents and teachers.