Colts Neck Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

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Colts Neck’s NJROTC hosted the annual Area 4 AAD competition on February 23, 2019. Cadets and Parents worked hard to make the competition run as smooth as possible. Ten Schools from Area 4 traveled to Colts Neck to compete in Academic, Drill, and Athletics. After a long day of competition and hard work, Colts Neck placed 1st in Unarmed and Armed Drill Exhibition, Unarmed and Armed Drill Regulation, and Color Guard. Colts Neck also placed 1st in Physical Training. Colts Neck placed 2nd in academics, a few points behind MAST High School. Their victories got them 1st overall, securing a spot at Navy Nationals in Pensacola, Florida.

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Colts Neck High School is hosting their annual Spring Book Drive!

Drop off the collected books in a box labeled with the amount of books it contains. Books must be in decent condition and cannot be magazines, encyclopedias, reference books, or journals.

Drop off books at Colts Neck High School in D102 between March 14th and March 20th.

10 books = 1 hour of community service. Hours will ONLY be granted if the Community Service form is completed and turned into the S1 mailbox in B101. Click Here to access the Community Service Form.

Cadet Spotlight

Lily Shapiro, a freshman track runner at Colts Neck High School has been showing outstanding performance at indoor track. She won the Asbury Park Press Athlete of the Week for female indoor track. She took the lead, totaling over 20,000 votes. She was nominated for her performance in the CJ 3 800 meter run. She placed first with 2 minutes and 17 seconds. On February 24, 2019 she competed in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions. She was top runner for Colts Neck High School and placed 5th overall with a time of 2 minutes and 16 seconds.