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  • Financial Aid Night

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  • Dance Academy

    Dance Academy is off to a strong start as we welcomed guest dancer Ephrate Asherie. She is a breaker and EDM dancer and owner of the dance company Ephrat Asherie Dance. The class focused on the fundamentals of house, including aspects of footwork, floorwork and the importance of a freestyle approach to the form. The cultural context in which this dance was created and where it continues to thrive was discussed and underscored in the movement.
  • Week of Respect

    Safety Officer, Mr. Zangara, invites everyone to leave a positive message on the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) bulletin board in A wing to help celebrate this year's "Week of Respect".
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  • "Catch" Your Future

    Nick "Sunshine" Tokman, from television's popular show "Deadliest Catch," visited the district today to speak with students at an assembly held in the Arena. Thank you to Mr. Fazzini for organizing such a fun and important event.
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  • Class Competition

    The Physical Education Department held an interclass competition between the junior and senior classes. It was a beautiful 70 degree fall morning and a perfect opportunity to start off the day with some fun and healthy exercise.
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  • NJSIAA/NJSOA Official of the Year

    High School North teacher Lucy DeRiggi has the honor of being awarded NJSIAA/NJSOA gymnastics official of the year!
  • Visit the School Night

    Mr. Warren's string orchestra greeted incoming parents for this year's "Visit the School Night". It was a very successful, well attended evening. Thank you to all the staff and students who made it a fun-filled event.
  • September Student of the Month

    Congratulations to our September Students of the Month, Angelina Amato and Devon Safeer! Click to find out more information about these exceptional Mariners.
  • Project Commemoration

    Members of the High School North JROTC, Student Council, and staff gathered after school on Monday to pay respect to the lives lost on September 11th, 2001. 'Project Commemoration' has been a High School North tradition for staff and students to commemorate the efforts made by those affected by September 11th
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  • Welcome Back!

    The teachers and students at Toms River North were happy and excited to begin another school year on the first day of school.
  • National Leadership Conference in Chicago

    Toms River High School North and High School South were proud to represent Toms River Schools at the National Leadership Conference in Chicago from June 28-July 3. Our students had a great time and enjoyed themselves while exploring Chicago, attending professional workshops, networking, and participating in competitive events. Students formed new friendships and created wonderful memories. Advisers, Mr. Gold and Ms. Tesoro enjoyed the time with their students and said they were a pleasure to work with and want to thank Mr. Citta for making this trip possible.
  • Change for Change

    During the month of April, High School North homerooms participated in 'Change for Change'. Orchestrated by Rotary Club, funds generated will be donated to Ukrainian refugees. This fundraiser, spearheaded by Arianah Davis working collaboratively with Roots&Shoots and FBLA, raised just over $1,400. When Arianah presented the check, Rotary Club agreed to match the funds. Collectively over $2,800 will be donated thanks to the students, staff, and Rotary Club for Ukrainian refugees. Thanks to all who donated and were involved.
  • A. P. Language Summer Read

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  • Proud Principal

    Mr. Keller had the pleasure to host our annual scholarship night in our newly renovated "Maria Ressa" auditorium. One hundred and nine students received 236 awards for a total of $210.000! Congratulations to all of the recipients and good luck as you move forward to continued success.
  • June Captain's Log

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  • Mariners On The Move

    Congratulations to Michael Dowd who signed a letter of intent to play football next school year at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
  • Senior Breakfast

    As the school year winds down, the senior class got together for the traditional breakfast where everyone had a great time sharing memories of the last four years as a Mariner. Good luck to the Class of 2022!
  • June Student of the Month

    Congratulations to our June Students of the Month, Ava Orlando and Jervin Sevilla! Click to read more...
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  • Girl Scout Gold Award

    Senior Julietta Onofrietti presents a dog house to the Toms River Animal Shelter as a part of her Girl Scout Gold Award service project. She is pictured with her family, township representatives from the Animal Shelter, Maria Maruca and Mayor Mo Hill. Thank you to Julietta for painting the shelter with Blue and Gold Mariner Pride!
  • Freaky Friday

    Everyone's favorite Friday, where students can swap lives with their favorite teacher and see what it's like to teach kids for a day! Miss Huey has influenced many students to pursue a career of education!
  • College Bound

    Toms River North seniors visited Ocean County College to meet with advisors and register for their classes. They also took a tour of the campus and received their OCC Student ID Cards. Congratulations to our seniors who will be attending OCC in the fall!
  • More Alumni News!

    Toms River North graduates continue to represent the honorable Mariner tradition! This week, class of 2019 graduate, Christopher Quinn was guest speaker at the Daughters of the Revolution (DAR) award ceremony. Christopher is currently attending the Merchant Marine Academy.
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  • Triple Crown Winners!

    Congratulations to the girls track team for winning the outdoor Ocean County Championship this past weekend. This championship caps off a clean sweep for the Lady Mariners this year. Winning the cross country, winter and spring track county titles. Leading the way scoring 389 pts and winning individual county titles in the 200 and 400 was Olivia Nickleson. Lean Malave scored 28; pts while placing in 4 individual events. Emma Fortune, Ayo, Olivia Takla and Adriana Escaleia all placed in 4 events and scored countless points, were Alexa Eglin, Imoni Alston, Ann Marie Peragino, Camiren Glunk, and Claudia Siletti.
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  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our May Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Kelly Boyle! Click to read more.
  • Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our May Students of the Month, Caitlin Beahm and Zaccery Tarver! Click to learn more about the students of the month.
  • Happy School Nurses Day!

    It is with a deep appreciation and thanks that we acknowledge our extraordinary school nurses on this special occasion. Ms. Rosana Galeano and Ms Meaghan Phillip have consistently gone above and beyond to ensure that our students and staff remain healthy and safe.
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  • Can You Dig It?

    Congratulations to Jake Nagle on becoming the second player in Toms River North history to achieve 500 digs for boys Volleyball. This remarkable achievement comes despite missing his sophomore season due to the pandemic. Volleyball is just one of the areas that Jake excels at, he is a successful member of boys soccer and is the current student of the month. Jake will be attending Fairleigh Dickinson University in the fall.
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  • April Student of the Month

    Congratulations to our April Students of the Month, Courtney McCann and Jake Nagle!
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  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our April Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Dinah Kofie! Ms. Kofie has joined us this year as a school counselor. She also works with students at Intermediate North. Outside of her practice, Ms. Kofie enjoys reading and spending time with her family. Dinah counts the students she works with and the support of our staff among her favorite things about our school.
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  • Hunt for the A-South Crown

    After winning the Ocean County Indoor Championships and the Rocket Relays, the Lady Mariner's track is hoping to keep the momentum going by securing the A-South title when they go up against the Indians from Toms River. Coach Salvaggione has been pleased with our team's work ethic and commitment to excellence. Go Mariners!
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  • NJ Model Congress results

    On March 17th & 18th Toms River High School North, South, and East PLE classes attended NJ Model Congress at Rider University. All 7 of North's students passed bills! Picture below are TRN's (L-R) Julietta Onofrietti, Moujan Moghimi, Kyle Reinheimer, and Grace Keller. A special thanks to Mrs. Devlin for creating such a fantastic and memorable event. Go Mariners!
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  • FBLA State Leadership Conference Results

    Congratulations to Toms River High School North's FBLA chapter! Last week 16 of our students participated in the State Leadership Conference at Harrah's in Atlantic City. High School North's FBLA Chapter received recognition as one of the top chapters in the state for their Community Service and Stories for Success projects. Eight of our North students were also recognized as the top 10 in the state for their achievements
  • March Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our March Students of the Month, Jaclyn Benvenuto and Ryan Baker! Click to learn more about these Mariners.
  • Congratulations to Jake Rosenthal

    Congratulations to Jake Rosenthal who finished as one of the top 12 wrestlers in the state of New Jersey. Coach William Wilbert said that it was a grueling process where Jake had to win three consecutive bouts, (one of which was in overtime) during the state championship finals. Jake will join his older brother next year when both Rosenthals will wrestle for The College of New Jersey. Well done Jake and Go Mariners!
  • The March Captain's Log

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  • TRN ASR National Winner Celebrate the Mouse Video Essay

    Katie Culbert was second place nationally last year & first this year! She will receive $500 and another $100 because she was the fan-favorite. The ASR program at North will get $500 as well. She is off to Nationals for the Junior Science & Humanities Symposium that will be held in Albuquerque, NM over spring break. Click here to watch her video
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  • PAWS TO THE RESCUE!

    The People for Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), donated $500.00 to Pitties and Pals Rescue Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue dogs from high-risk situations and to raise public awareness about the plight of these most vulnerable canines. A special thanks to club advisor, Mrs. Margaret Riccardi and her dedicated club members, Juniors Ryan Marino and Nick Walano for the collective effort.
  • We're Going To Atlantic City!

    Mr. Keller and Mr. Raylman presented certificates to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Regional Winners. FBLA advisor, Ms. Jamie Tesauro said that this talented group of students will be competing this week in Atlantic CIty at the State Leadership Conference. Congratulations to all the winners and good luck in A.C.!
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  • Stepping Up To The Big Time!

    Congratulations to the TRN Dance Academy and N-Step for their stellar performance as part the this weeks Philadelphia 76ers halftime show.
  • Good luck Michael!

    Congratulations to senior Michael Dowd for being selected to play in the "Phil Simms North vs South High School All-Star Classic" on June 12th at Kean University. Kick off 6:00 pm This prestigious event will host the very best high school football players from North and South Jersey. Coach Oizerowitz, who was thrilled with the news, beamed: "Michael Dowd exemplifies what we as a football program try to instill in all our players, we strive for toughness, perseverance and accountability. Good luck Michael and thank you for all the great football memories.
  • Backstage Surprise!

    On Saturday, February 26, the cast and crew of Matilda were surprised to learn that Frenie Acoba, the original Lavender in the Broadway Production of Matilda was in the audience. After the show, she came backstage to talk to the cast and crew about their incredible performance. She radiated inspiration to all of our theatre company and they were truly grateful for her generosity.
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  • February Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our February Students of the Month, Paige Cripps and Rutva Shah! Click to read more about them. 
  • National Merit Scholarships Finalists!

    Congratulations to Jena Bhandari and Ishan Shah, who have been named finalists for National Merit Scholarships. Winners will be announced in May.
  • Matilda Tonight!

    Tonight we are proud to host our Open Dress Rehearsal for our family and friends. The show this evening will begin at 6 pm. The show is general admission, so tickets are not needed. There will be an intermission where we will be selling concessions, 50/50s, and flowers & candy grams for the cast and crew.
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  • Congratulations to Maggie Eidel!

    Congratulations to Maggie Eidel who received a certificate of achievement from the Toms River Schools Board of Education. Maggie was named to the prestigious All-State Orchestra, and reaching that level of competition during your freshman year is quite impressive. It will be great to have Maggie with us for three more years!
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  • Superbowl Sunday

    Will it be the Rams or the Bengals this Superbowl Sunday? There will be plenty to talk about on Monday morning. Stay safe everyone and have a restful weekend.
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  • Brown University Letter of Intent

    Congratulations to Olivia Takla who signed a letter of intent to attend Brown University in the fall. Olivia, an outstanding student/athlete, will major in Neuroscience and run track for the Brown University Bears. Olivia certainly caught the eye of all the track coaches when she ran the all time fastest 1600 meters in Toms River School District history!
  • Broncs Tale

    Congratulations to Alexa Eglin for signing a letter of intent to attend Rider University in the fall. Alexa, an outstanding student/athlete will run track for the Broncs and major in the Health Sciences program. Alexa aspires to be a Physican Assistant or a Physical Therapist. Go Mariners!
  • TRN "Ups the Bar"

    Ms. Susana Matos-Kruck, founder of "Up The Bar" educational achievement, presented an informative and essential workshop to our high school and intermediate school teachers about specific strategies to support English language learners through Sheltered English instruction.
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  • Letter of Intent Inbox

    Congratulations to Jake Rosenthal who signed a letter of intent to attend The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) this fall. Jake, who is an outstanding wrestler at Toms River North, agreed to continue his wrestling career at TCNJ. He will major in business management.
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  • Ocean County Relay Championships

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  • News12 Scholar-Athlete of the Week

    Congratulations to senior Jamie Girtain, who was recently named the Scholar-Athlete of the Week by News 12 New Jersey! See the link below for the story: Well done Jaime, not only are you a terrific athlete and an extraordinary student, but someone who recognizes the importance of teammates, friendships and family! Well deserved and Go Mariners!
  • January Students of The Month!

    Congratulations to our January Students of the Month, Jackie Anderson and Justin Smith! Click to read more about these outstanding Mariners...
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  • Happy Holiday Season

    On behalf of the students, staff, and administration at Toms River North, we wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy winter break. See you in 2022!
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  • Santa Stops at TRN!

    Santa stopped by High School North to collect over 170 toys from the TRN Theatre students. Senior Natalie Barr who was in charge of the community service was incredibly proud that the theatre students were able to accomplish all of this in one week. Thank you Theatre Arts students and especially Advisor Mrs. Little for organizing this important event.
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  • The State of FBLA at TRN

    Ms. Kimberly Clark, State Adviser of New Jersey FBLA-PBL joined the FBLA meeting at High School North. Ms. Clark spoke to members about her own journey with being involved in FBLA, by playing a FBLA theme game. Also, Ms. Clark presented several of our members with awards from last year's State Leadership Conference. A special thank you to Ms. Jamie Tesauro, our very own FBLA advisor, for organizing such a fun event.
  • Student of the Month!

    Congratulations to our December Students of the Month, Natalie Barr and Evan Liou! Click to learn more information.
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  • *Excellence in Education*

    Congratulations to our 2021 Teacher and Educational Professional of the Year! Click to learn more information about these distinguished members of our staff.
  • Character Building

    Toms River North Theatre volunteered their time as characters at Beachwood Elementary School PTO’s Holiday Drive Thru Event. The theatre group is comprised of Theatre Academy students and members from Thespian Troupe #7455.
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  • ASR Student Jackie Anderson Named Gov STEM Scholar

    The Governor STEM Scholars is a prestigious research program that provides high-achieving New Jersey STEM students in grades 10 through doctoral level with an introduction to the state's vast STEM economy to retain that talent in the state. Jackie was one of the 80 students in the state accepted into the program. Click for more information!
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  • Thank you for a great season!

    Congratulations to our varsity football team for their efforts on Friday evening. Although the end result was not what we hoped for, the team grew together and represented the Toms River North community very well all season through their hard work and sportsmanship. As a whole, we experienced a very positive fall athletically. I applaud and thank all of our student athletes for their efforts and look forward to watching our teams compete this winter.
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  • NJSIAA Tickets!

    Click here for more information about purchasing tickets to our upcoming NJSIAA games. This is the only way that tickets may be purchased. No tickets will be sold at the games. 
  • Mariner Maniac Monday

    The Mariner Maniacs had plenty to celebrate the past few days. Firstly, the Boys Soccer team won the Sectional State title. The very next day, the Girls Soccer team did the exact same thing and won ANOTHER Sectional State title. This past Friday, the Mariner football team won decisively over the Edison Eagles and will advance to the finals which will be played here at home. Game time is 6:00 pm and don't forget your I.D!
  • National Letter of Intent Signing Day

    Today all athletes who have verbal offers from college coaches will make their athletic scholarships official by signing their National Letter of Intent. Congratulations to: (L-R) Skyelar Kerico, Aidan DeBiasi, Caitlin Beahm and Jacqueline Graham. Go Mariners!
  • November Student of the Month

    Congratulations to our November Students of the Month, Jaime Girtain and Kyle Reinheimer! Click for more information.
  • Full Steam Ahead

    The Spatial Visualization STEAM camp sponsored by the OCC Engineering and Technology Program encourages spatial skills in both technical and artistic applications for high school students. Click on the link for more information.
  • Trunk or Treat!

    A special thanks to Mrs. Little and the Theatre Arts program for sponsoring this year's Safe Trick or Treat event. TRN club members came together and provided trick or treating and fun activities for the staff and their children.
  • Cross Country Champions!

    After securing first place honors at the County Cross Country Championships, there is no rest for the weary as Adrianna Escaleira, Olivia Nickelsen and Olivia Takla endure another gruelling workout in preparation for the Shore Conference Championships. Go Mariners!
  • Dougherty Lands on Insider 100: Millennials List

    Zachary Dougherty, a HSN alumni and junior at Monmouth University majoring in history and political science with a concentration in international relations, was again included in InsiderNJ’s Insider 100: Millennials List. It is Dougherty’s third year being recognized as a leader among a group that has truly come into its own during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click to learn more.
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  • October Edition of Captain's Log

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  • Mariner Athlete of the Month

    Congratulations to Liz Trella for being selected as "Athlete of the Month" for October. Liz is a Junior Middle Hitter for the Lady Mariners Volleyball Team and has been instrumental in their very successful 11-3 start. Coach Ribaudo is very pleased and impressed by her performance. "Liz is so passionate about the sport and her outgoing personality makes it fun for everyone. Liz is a pleasure to work with and she is a great team player."
  • Veterans Day Essay Contest

    Congratulations to sophomore Libbie Diamond who was named one of the winners of the Veterans Day Essay contest which is hosted by the Toms River Township Veterans Day Commission. Libbie wrote a beautiful and poignant essay on “How to be a Good American”. She will receive a $50 gift card and have the honor of marching in the Veterans Day Parade.
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our October Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Val Mackin! Click to find out more information.
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  • AP Government News

    The Advanced Placement students had a special opportunity to hear a lecture by our Congressman, Andy Kim in the media center. A special thanks to teachers Brielle Verga, Melissa Devlin and Kim General for providing our students a fantastic morning.
  • The Marines Have Landed!

    The United States Marine Corp sponsored the "Chin Up Challenge" to add excitement to this year's 2021 football rivalry between TRN and HS South. Micah Ford was honored as game MVP as North went on to win, 28-6.
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  • Freshman Challenge

    This year's classic, "The Freshman Challenge" provided an opportunity for plenty of inter-class competition this morning for a very enthusiastic class of 2025!
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to the September staff member of the month Mr. DeLuise! Click to find out more information.
  • October Students of the Month!

    Congratulations to our October Students of the Month, Jordyn Mann and Michael Dowd! Click to learn more
  • Native Flowers To The Rescue

    Click to learn about the Roots and Shoots latest project.
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  • Field Hockey History!

    Congratulations to Olivia Fraticelli on breaking Toms River North’s scoring record.
  • September Students of the Month!

    Congratulations to our September students of the Month Jena Bhandari and Ishan Shah!
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  • Field Hockey News Inbox

    Congratulations to Olivia Fraticelli for scoring her 100th goal on Friday. She is only the 2nd field hockey player in Toms River North’s history to break 100 goals in their career. Olivia is only a Junior and the Mariners are lucky to have her on their team. Go Mariners!
  • "Visit the School Night" a Huge Success!

    Mr. Christopher Loeffler conducts the TRN String Orchestra greeting parents as they arrive to follow their child's schedule and meet with teachers, administrators, secretaries and counselors in this year's "Visit the School NIght". The music was sublime.
  • ESS Events

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  • Senior BBQ!

    A beautiful way to spend the afternoon on the last day of summer. This year's Senior BBQ had not only great food, but lots of fun games and activities. A special thanks to the students who pitched in and of course to our class advisors, Mr. Ryan Dering and Ms. Brielle Verga.
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  • Hope Sheds Light Charity Walk

    Members from the TRN FBLA Club contributed to the 8th annual Hope Sheds Light Charity Walk on Saturday. (L-R)Aryan Kumar, Ishan Shah, Rutva Shah, Jordyn Mann, Jena Bhandari, and Kim Cai. Thank you to FBLA for making our community a healthier and safer place to live.
  • TRRS Road Forward Parent Handbook - "Translated"

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  • Back to School!

    The students and staff at Toms River North are excited and energized to begin a new school year. Go Mariners!
  • Welcome Back Mariners

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  • Take the Virtual HSN Tour!

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  • Gold Medal of Honor

    Congratulations to the TRN FBLA chapter who received national recognition this summer! Advisor, Ms. Jamie Tesoro, beamed that this illustrious group of students were awarded the Gold Seal Chapter of Merit. This award recognizes outstanding local chapters that have actively participated in projects and programs identified with the goals of FBLA-PBL.
  • The A.P. U.S. Gov & Politics assignment was just posted!

    Click here to go to the A.P. assignments page. Happy Summer!
  • Salute to Ocean County Awards

    Congratulations to the Toms River High School North Arts Academy students who won at the 2021 Salute to Ocean County event. Each of them won $1,000! If you were unable to watch the virtual event, you can view it HERE.
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  • Dynamic Duo

    Valedictorian Krishna Parikh and Salutatorian Molly Nide will be making commencement speeches at the 2021 High School North graduation next Tuesday at 2:00 pm. Congratulations Krishna and Molly on such an outstanding achievement.
  • Junior Parent College Information Night

    Click to watch the recording of the Junior Parent College Information Night. A copy of the slideshow is also located on the guidance page.
  • College Bound

    Congratulations to Jamie Hans and Parker Nickelsen who signed letters of intent to attend college in the fall. Jamie will attend Kean University with an emphasis on Business and Criminology. Parker will attend Bloomburg University and will major in Finance. Both Jamie and Parker had extraordinary soccer careers at TRN and will continue playing their favorite sport at the college level.
  • Athlete of the Year!

    Congratulations to senior John O'Donnell who received the prestigious NJSIAA "Athlete of the Year" award! John, a 12 time varsity letter man, will attend Rutgers University in the fall and compete on the Scarlet Knight Wrestling team.
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  • State Champion!

    Congratulations to Toms River North/Mates junior, Olivia Takla, who was crowned the NJSIAA South Jersey Group IV champion in 1600 AND 800 meter run! Head Coach Michael Salvaggione describes Oliva as the "very definition of toughness!"
  • Meet Claude and Snowy

    PAWS advisor, Ms. Jane Welsh, invited the Canine Care Givers for a "meet and greet" with our students. Their mission is to increase the well-being of seniors and their caregivers by matching them with a therapy dog team for visits in the comfort of their home. The goal is to decrease loneliness and stress by providing connection, affection, comfort and joy to those that can no longer care for a pet of their own.
  • Class of 2021 Scholarship & Awards Ceremony Slideshow

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  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Lucy DeRiggi!
  • Mock Trial Results

    The Political and Legal Education classes of all three high schools would like to thank The Honorable Judge Therese Cunningham for adjudicating their mock trial. Thanks also to Toms River Municipal Court for the use of their facilities.
  • Mariner Milestone

    Congratulations to senior Nicolette Giordano who scored her 100th high school lacrosse goal!
  • June edition of the Captain's Log

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  • June Students of the Month

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  • Change in the Dance Academy Showcase Date

    Due to the chance of inclement weather on both dates, the Dance Academy showcase will now be held at Intermediate East Wednesday 6 pm. Please call HSN with any questions.
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  • Rising Star!

    Congratulations to TR North sophomore, Lia Malave, who took first place and won the Shore Conference Triple Jump title! Coach Salvaggione said: Lia is relatively new to the event, so this is quite an achievement. Lia is certainly a Rising Star for the Lady Mariner Track team!
  • Final Version of Academic Awards Presentation

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  • Saved by the Bell

    Congratulations to Reagan Wohlrab who reached the 100 save milestione last Friday against High School South.
  • Senior Prom

    On Friday evening, our seniors were finally able to celebrate their prom at Arm & Hammer stadium in Trenton. It was a beautiful evening and I was so glad to see all of our students together. A huge thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this event possible. Special congratulations go to the senior class representatives and the class advisors, Ms. Kaitlyn Reilly and Mr. Rob Heisler.
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  • Deaf Awareness Month

    Perla Castro and Gloria Hendricks show-off High School North's Deaf Awareness wall in honor of Deaf Awareness Month, May 2021! North embraces Deaf culture, with the Sign Language Club. Members learn aspects of Deaf culture and are introduced to conversational sign language. Come sign! All students are welcome to join!
  • Order Form for 2021 Graduation DVD

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  • A Dog Day Afternoon

    Mrs. Riccardi's and Mrs. Maric's Forensic Science class had two very interesting "guests" come to visit. The Ocean County Sheriff's Department showcased "Bear", the German Shepard and "Fiona" the Bloodhound to demonstrate how they use their keen sense of smell to help locate,explosives, drugs and even humans! We are the only county in the state who continues to use Bloodhounds.
  • Senior Parent Night Recording

    Click here to watch the important Senior meeting that took place on 5/19/21.  
  • College Bound!

    Congratulations to all the seniors who have signed letters of intent to attend colleges and play sports in the fall. Paige Peters will go to Vanderbilt-Bowling on a Bowling Scholarship. Nicole Giordano has been accepted to Adelphi University and will play lacrosse. Emily Kahn will also play lacrosse for Eastern Michigan. John McDonnell will continue his wrestling career at Rutgers University.
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  • May Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our May Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Patti Snowden! Click to learn more.
  • May Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our May Students of the Month, Dani Walano and Nate Cook! Click to learn more. 
  • Lacrosse Update

    Juniors Jaime Girtain and Kaelyn Paturzo are excited to start a winning streak after playing some of the top teams in the Shore Conference. Coach Muller is happy with this year's performance. "We are a young squad but we have a lot of enthusiasm, tenacity and heart." Come watch the action on "Senior Night" this Monday night at 7:00 pm
  • Media Center is "Lit"!

    John Claude Yambao and Sophie Regenye wowed the crowd at this year's collaboration between the Theatre Academy's "Theatre-Fest and the English Department's "AP Literature classes" held in the media center. Music and song filled the air, while participants enjoyed an abundance of food and beverages.
  • National School Nurse Day

    Today we honor our extraordinary school nurses, Ms. Stephanie Sincavage and Ms. Denice Schnack by celebrating National School Nurse Day. This is the day we honor all school nurses who care for our students in the schools every day. School nurses promote learning through healthy children.
  • "Holding Out"

    Mr. Loeffler has two outstanding students in his Concert Choir class. Alessandra Regenye and Angelina Amato took second place for their original song, "Holding Out," which the duo performed as part of the virtual Prevention Concert last Friday on ShoutDownDrugs.com. The event was presented by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey's Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, supported by 95.9 WRAT and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. Click for more information
  • Spring Fleet Championship!

    Congratulations to the HS North Sailing team on winning the Spring Fleet Championship last week. They competed against 13 other NJ teams at Toms River Yacht Club. With this win, our sailors move on to compete for a spot in the national championships. Anchors Aweigh! New members are welcome, if you are interested in becoming part of this amazing team, please contact Mrs. Vasslides @ MValsslides@trschools.com
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  • Replay It Again Sam...

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  • You mean I can have TWO?!

    The Administration and the Staff-Parent Organization recognized Teacher Appreciation Day by providing the teaching staff with a bagel breakfast!
  • Dance Academy Celebrity Guest

    Paulette Ashkenazie has been teaching in the tri-state area for over the past 10 years, specializing in hip-hop and street jazz. She has trained at the Broadway Dance Center, while working with NYC’s top Choreographers. She has performed for many live events, tv shows, music videos and movies, including Pepsi and Uber Super Bowl halftime show, 92.3 Amp Radio Station, Dr. Oz, NYC’s Carnival, Galaxy by Harvic clothing commercial, recording artist Chris Porter and most recently choreographed and performed in New York and LA fashion week 2018.
  • Don't Miss The 50th Anniversary Edition of The Captain's Log

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  • Songs for a New World

    Congratulations to senior Thomas Vice! The NJ Thespian All-State Show, Songs for a New World, was selected for Educational Theatre Association's ITF Main Stage. New Jersey has NEVER been selected for this prestigious honor! On behalf of all Mariners, we are so proud of Thomas representing Toms River North HS in such a positive manner.
  • Arbor Day

    Mr. Seiverd's science classes got out into the fresh air and planted trees for Arbor Day. The trees were donated by the Ocean County Shade Foundation and through a grant from the Jane Goodall Institute.
  • State Wrestling Finalist!

    Congratulations to Coach Wilbert and John O'Donnell for the phenomenal run in this year's NJSIAA State Wrestling Tournament. John, a two time regional champion, was a finalist in the heavyweight division. The O'Donnells are no stranger to Mariner Wrestling as brothers Ryan and Pat were also part of the winning tradition. John will be attending Rutgers University in the fall. Well done John and all the best with your plans for the future!
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  • FBLA Students are the best!

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  • April Captain's Log

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  • April Students of the Month!

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  • Spring has Sprung!

    Mr. Seiverd's Biology class enjoyed a social distanced class in the outdoor classroom at High School North. The outdoor classroom was made possible with grant funding through the collaborative efforts of Mr. Seiverd, Sustainable NJ and NJEA.
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our April Staff Member of the Month, Mr. Brian Lomer! Click to find out more information.
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  • Teen Arts Festival

    Congratulations to TRN Arts Academy junior Diana Ferullo and senior Michael Indovina for being chosen to represent Ocean County at the State Teen Arts Festival! Art teacher,Joyce Houlihan, is very impressed that Diana and Michael were able to overcome all obstacles and submit their art work virtually. "This is an extraordinary accomplishment, I am so proud of them!"
  • Cream of the Crop!

    Lady Mariner soccer coach, Mr. Thomas Miller, is pleased to announce that senior Cameron Kennett has been selected to play in this year's prestigious "High School All American Game" on May 29 in St. Louis, Missouri! Congratulations Cameron for being recognized as one of the country's elite players. Go Mariners!
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  • A Night to Remember

    Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team for defeating the Lacey Lions last night at home. The Lady Mariners won at all three levels, Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity, making it extra special for the seniors, Emily Shea, Gianna Papanikolas and Ashley Rosano on their "Senior Night".
  • Celebrate the Mouse Video Essay Competition

    Katie Culbert won 2nd place in the National Celebrate the Mouse Competition sponsored by AALAS (American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Foundation) The Challenge: Create an original video essay explaining how you, a family member, friend, or pet have benefited from medical discoveries made possible thanks to work conducted with mice in biomedical research.
  • A Killer Party: Murder Mystery Musical

    This year you can watch our musical movie from the comfort of your own home! Pop some popcorn and relax on the couch while you watch the hilarity of this murder mystery! Our company spent over 50 hours filming this incredible piece of art. We hope that you join us in figuring out who the killer is! Click to learn more...
  • A PLE Gathering

    Students from the HSS and HSN Political and Legal Education classes gathered at Town Hall last Thursday and Friday to participate in New Jersey Model Congress. TR students joined virtually with other students from across the state for this authentic learning experience.
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  • Overcoming Obstacles

    Congratulations to the members of the Boy's Track team who qualified for the Shore Conference Championships! (L-R) Jack Cordiano (1600), Jordan Grey (400) Kenny Warner (Hurdles) Junior Matthews (400) and Diego Rodriguez (800).
  • Code Blue Warming Shelter Visit by the FBLA

    FBLA Adviser, Ms. Tesoro and members Emma Hayes, Ishan Shah, and Svar Shah met at the Code Blue Warming Shelter where the organization Just Believe, Inc. dedicated volunteers whose mission is to restore hope and humanity for those in need and to strengthen our community. These members participated in FBLA's annual community service project and collected items and assembled packages to donate for this vitally important cause.
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  • Welcome Back

    Seniors Taylor O'Malley and Andrew Ricketts welcome back the Mariners to four day in-person learning for all students.
  • 4 Day Return Town Hall Video

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  • Freshman Orientation

    Ava Orlando, a Captain's Crew member and Assistant Principal, Mr. Fazzini, provided a live and in-person freshman orientation for the class of 2024. The freshman class is looking forward to returning to in-person learning on March 15th!
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  • Lady Mariner Basketball

    Congratulations to the Lady Mariner basketball team for finishing up the year with a winning record (9-6). Coach Vicki Gillen, although disappointed with the shortened season, was happy with the girls' performance. "They showed a lot of grit and mental toughness during the season, I am really proud of them, they were a lot of fun to work with, we had a good time." Thank you Coach Gillen for all the great memories.
  • Rookie of the Year!

    Toms River North is the recipient of this year's "Rookie of the Year" award in recognition of our fight against hunger by accepting the Students Change Hunger challenge. Ms. Kate Irving presented the award on behalf of "Fulfill", the agency that stocks food banks in Monmouth and Ocean counties. Thank you to all the students and staff who contributed to this worthy cause.
  • March Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our March Students of the Month, Gianna Morse and Alek Duriske! Click for more information
  • March Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Heather Schoeneberg! Click to find out more information.
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  • Trick or Treat...

    ...So Kids Can Eat! Congratulations to Ms. Carolyn Little and TRN Thespian Troupe #7455 for receiving a proclamation from the Ocean County Board of Commissioners for their "Trick or Treat, So Kids Can Eat" community service project. Pictured are Michael Tresvalles (President) and Mia Birman (Vice-President.
  • Letter of Intent

    Congratulations to senior David Ventura who signed a letter of intent to attend Stockton University in the fall. David is looking forward to the upcoming baseball season and will continue playing on the baseball field for the Osprey's.
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  • Senior Breakfast

    Senior class advisors, Mr. Robert Heisler and Ms. Kaitlyn Reilly distribute a special breakfast sandwich for a very special senior breakfast. The advisors braved the elements and picked up food from the fabulous C & G's restaurant for the entire senior class.
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  • Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning Coaches Society

    2020 PBSCCS Strength Coach of the Year is Tampa Bay Rays Trung Cao a TRN alum click for more information. 
  • Freshman Kaitlyn Culbert Participates In AEOP Sustainability Challenge

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  • All "Fur" One!

    National Honor Society Members organized a volunteer drive to replenish supplies at the All Fur One Animal Shelter. Pictured are seniors Anthony Perillo and Molly Nide who donated to this noble cause.
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  • EXXONMOBIL EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE

    Thank you to the Sharma Family and the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance for the generous $500 grant that will benefit our Math and Science program.
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  • Presidential Scholarship

    Congratulations to senior Emily Shea who received a presidential scholarship to attend Ramapo College in the fall. She plans on majoring in Social Work and aspires to be a Student Assistance Counselor in a high school and a clinical therapist with a private practice. Emily is an outstanding student-athlete, and hopes to play volleyball for the Roadrunners. Coach Koenigstein emphasizes not only her talent, but how she enjoys the responsibility of leading and guiding the other players. As a T.E.A.M. member, Emily is very active in the community providing education at the elementary level and has earned many community service hours. We all agree that Emily is a sincere and caring individual who will impact our world in a positive way.
  • Enjoy the Ride!

    TRN senior Anthony Perillo, was not only accepted to his top pick Ramapo College, but received a Presidential scholarship for a full academic ride! Anthony has aspirations of becoming an orthodontist. As a TEAM student, Anthony has worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic helping the elementary schools raise money for chromebooks! Congratulations Anthony, you are a true humanitarian!
  • TRN's Governor’s STEM Scholar

    Authentic Science Research (ASR) student Gabi Cubelo was selected for the 2020-2021 Governor’s STEM Scholars program which comprises the top 80 STEM students in NJ.
  • Dance Auditions

    The Toms River North Dance Academy held their annual auditions and received a very enthusiastic response. Pictured are senior Julia Miller, Ms. Mindy O'Connor and Angela Lopresti who were all equally impressed with this year's performance of dedicated and hard working dancers.
  • February Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our February Students of the Month, Morgan Keller and Gavin Redgrave! Click to find out more information.
  • February Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our February Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Kate McGuckin! Click for more information
  • Scholastic Art Award

    Michael Indovina, a senior Arts Academy student in Ms. Houlihan's A.P. Art and Design class, won an Honorable Mention for his stunning drawing titled "Wolf" from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards 2021. Michael exemplifies the Mariner Spirit by producing award winning work utilizing the hybrid model of learning.
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  • The Future is in Their Hands

    Congratulations to Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Advisor, Ms. Jamie Tesoro and the winners of this year's Regional Competitive Events. We are extremely proud of the hard work and dedication of our FBLA chapter at High School North. Click to find more about the winners!
  • TRN Robotics

    Ms. Schoeneberg, the advisor for the "Iron Mariners" robotics club, and TRN junior Megan Potts, prepare for the second remote competition of the season.
  • Chromebook Distribution

    All students will be given a Chromebook, Charger, and Case provided that the insurance has been accepted or waved. This can be done on the parent portal. This device will be used by the student for the remainder of their career at Toms River High School North. If a student has a district device and charger, it must be returned at this time.
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  • Play Ball!

    Congratulations to senior Lucas Malave who signed a letter of intent to attend Catholic University of America in the fall. Lucas, an all star catcher/first baseman for the Mariners received a merit scholarship to play baseball for the Cardinals. He will major in Computer Science with an emphasis on preventing cyber crime. Lucas will always remember the time he spent with "great people" and all the happy memories.
  • Kyle Seiverd is awarded a $500 grant from The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning

    Mr. Kyle Seiverd, a science teacher at Toms River High School North was awarded a $500 grant from The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning. Grant funds will be used to purchase graphic novels focused on topics covered in his biology classes. The goal of using these novels is to improve content mastery of students who may be limited in English proficiency. Graphic novels provide students a visual-based medium, rather than a text-based medium for content delivery.
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  • Educator of the Year

    Congratulations to Mrs. Carolyn Little, who was recently named the New Jersey Educator of the Year by the Educational Theatre Association. Carolyn was nominated by senior Michael Tresvalles and was honored during the closing ceremony of the New Jersey Thespian Festival.
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  • TRN Thespian Announcement!

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  • January Student of the Month

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