Roxbury High School

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Welcome



  • Mr. Jeffrey W. Swanson, Principal
    Dr. Linda Bowles, Asst. Principal
    Mr. Jon Deeb, Asst. Principal
    Mr. Stuart Mason, Director of Athletics & Student Activities
     
    Main Office: 973-584-1200
    Attendance: 973-927-4886 
    Nurse: 973-584-2826
     
     Hours: 7:25 a.m. – 2:07 p.m.
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    ANNOUNCEMENTS
     

     
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  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CLASS OF 2016 GRADUATION CEREMONY

    This year's commencement will be held at 12:00 noon.

    Please click HERE for more information from Principal Swanson.


     

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  • IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING 2016-2017 BUS ROUTES

    Please click HERE to read a letter from Roxbury Superintendent Loretta Radulic regarding changes to school bus routes for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.


     

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  • Teacher Recognition Program
    Nominations are due on May 6, 2016. Click here to learn how to nominate.  

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  • ATTENTION VO-TECH STUDENTS (FULL & PART TIME)

    On Thursday, March 24th all Vo-Tech students will need to provide their own transportation to and from Roxbury High School.  Roxbury Transportation will provide transportation to and from Vo-Tech only. This is due to Roxbury Schools being closed this day. Thank You!


     

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  • Aramark Food Services Survey for Students

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  • Make sure to order your yearbook as soon as possible. There are only 150 left and there is no guarantee that there will be any available in June, when they are distributed. Last day to order online will be May 26th. Any questions contact Mrs. Hollenbeck.

     

    Anyone interested in Boys soccer for the 2016 season should see coach Irwin ASAP to sign up. Paperwork for summer training, leagues, and camps is also available. please run am/pm until 4/27/16

     

    Seniors remember to buy their ticket for Project Graduation.  The current cost is $45.00 but after June 6th the cost will go up to $60.

     

    Any student taking the SAT at RHS on Saturday, May 7th, please make sure to bring an appropriate photo ID, # 2 pencils, approved calculator and your paper registration (retrieving it on your phone is NOT acceptable).  Check-in for room assignments will begin at 7:00 A.M.

     

    Attention yearbook club members. Yearbook club meetings will be postponed until May 25th, when we will discuss and plan for distributionEnd on the 27th

     

    How would you like to commemorate your graduation with a personalized lawn sign? They are only $15. All orders are due to Mrs. McCracken in B-114 or Mrs. McLoughlin in G-168 by May 16th.  Please check the RHS website for more information or pick up a flyer in the main office

     

    Hats on for Autism Awareness!! The STEP Program is selling puzzle piece bracelets for Autism Awareness. Bracelets are being sold during lunch at the school store for just $1.00, and if you buy one, you get to wear a hat for Hat Day on Friday, April 29. Proceeds will be going towards Autism Research, it's a good cause, so buy a bracelet and wear a hat!

     

    There will be a mini-THON meeting after school on Thursday in M215 to discuss how this year went.

     

    Nominations are now being accepted for Teacher of the Year.  You may pick up a form in the main office or print one from the high school web page.  Friday, May 6, is the deadline.

     

    Environmental Club meeting has been cancelled.

     

     


     

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  • Graduation Requirements
    Please read this important letter regarding changes to graduation requirements for the classes of 2016, 2017, and 2018.
     

     
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Principal's Message

  • Jeffrey Swanson

    Welcome to Roxbury High School, Home of the Gaels. We're one of the top 100 public high schools in the state of New Jersey, having two nationally recognized programs in Performing Arts and impressive student athletic programs.

    Our high-quality educators contribute to an innovative academic environment for students, giving them the tools to succeed beyond graduation.

    We look forward to partnering with you for the advancement of our community.

     

    Principal Jeffrey Swanson

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