This purpose of this club is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness, and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.
This club is a social, philanthropic, and academic support organization comprised of students in the Honors Program as well students having completed 12 credits toward graduation and maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3. The purpose of Debate League is to provide a safe and competitive atmosphere where ideas are shared and respected. Debate League participates in both informal discussions and formal competitions.
This organization is designed to provide information, resources and networking opportunities for students interested in education as a career. Members are given avenues of career exploration in educational administration and teaching as they discuss the future of education. This club provides awareness to the world of hospitality and offers its members engaging experiences through travel and organized tours. A club for those who whole interest in literature, whether it be from past or present.
This club discusses the classics and contemporaries. Members range from English majors to book lovers and writers. The purpose of this club is to further the appreciation of Mathematics and share interests and knowledge on related Math issues. Both faculty and student presentations explore academic and career opportunities.
This organization is designed to provide information, resources, and networking opportunities for students interested in Paralegal Studies. The purpose of Phi Bet Lambda is to advance the academic and professional knowledge of its members, sponsor social and professional activities, promote closer association with the business community and seek job opportunities for its members.
All majors are encouraged to join. This club has been organized to discuss current events from a philosophical and contemporary point of view and to arrive at conclusions, if possible. Movies, guest speakers, and interaction with other organizations are used in conjunction with presenting discussions. The National Honor Society in Psychology for community and junior colleges. The purpose of this chapter is to stimulate, encourage, and recognize scholarship and interest in psychology. This club shall strive to provide a valuable resource to students of OCC majoring in science or science-related fields via a system based on quality leadership and teamwork.
I will provide opportunities for intellectual, recreational activities, and the development of a cultural community. The purpose of this club is to expose students to various political philosophies and to enable students to meet with political candidates. This club promotes an avenue where cultural, educational, and sociological concepts in Sociology can be informally discussed with peers and faculty.
It is through this venue that the club will actively participate in campus activities and community outreach projects that connect to social problems addressed in the field of Sociology.
The club will serve to enhance the knowledge of Computer Science majors and programming hobbyists, to build a fraternity of individuals interested in computer programing; to provide programming experience in a team environment to its members and to create practical programs that will aid members of the larger community. This is an organization to which all nursing students belong.
Prospective nursing students may also be involved by contacting the faculty Advisor. SNO brings information of national professional organizations to the students who are encouraged to become members of the National Student Nurse Association NSNA as a stepping stone to graduate professional organizations.
The purpose of this organization F. A is to raise public awareness and education for the disease which is addiction, offer community networking and resources, and work as an intercollegiate collaborative. The purpose of insite is to create and make public works of art for the OCC community, to promote, create dialogue and understanding of public art projects. We offer a wide variety of student clubs and organizations to suit the diverse needs, interests and backgrounds of our students.
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Learn More. Search Button. View Larger Image. Collegiate Honors: Achievement, Opportunity, Service This club is a social, philanthropic, and academic support organization comprised of students in the Honors Program as well students having completed 12 credits toward graduation and maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.The Ocean County Math League believes that the way to interest students in mathematics is first through their teachers.
Recently the attendance at our monthly meetings has been marginal at best. While several school districts have a representative from each building in their district, other districts do not have a single representative.
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We, at OCMLfeel all districts would benefit by having a representative attend our monthly meetings. Most meetings are scheduled for a half professional day, while other more important meetings require the full day.
As the common core standards and state testing undergo tremendous change, a representative from your school can serve as a liaison to inform your faculty of the changes and challenges our students will have to face. Teachers who participate in the League receive professional development hours, but more importantly, they become catalysts for positive change within their districts.
The teaching and learning of mathematics cannot be accomplished in a vacuum.
We must encourage continuous, self-reflective growth and renewal for all stakeholders. The Ocean County Math League seeks to do just that. Elementary School Committee. Middle School Committee. Important Dates. September Toms River Vo-Tech Building October December Lacey Middle School Test Construction. Stafford Intermediate Test Review. May Toms River Vo.
Tech Building Grading Meeting. Final Meeting. Now Available.Camaligan has been teaching at Forked River School since In she became a certified dyscalculia tutor. Camaligan is the New Jersey State Finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching, the nation's highest honor to be bestowed upon math and science teachers.
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See the list below to find out the 50 New Jersey public high schools with the highest average SAT scores among their seniors last school year, according to recently released state data. Haddonfield Memorial High School: 1, Location: Haddonfield, Camden County. Location: Hamilton Township, Mercer County. Marlboro High School: 1, tie.
Location: Marlboro Township, Monmouth County. Montville Township High School: 1, tie.
Location: Montville Township, Morris County. Hillsborough High School: 1, tie. Location: Hillsborough Township, Somerset County. Location: Old Tappan, Bergen County. Union County Tech: 1, Location: Scotch Plains, Union County. New Providence High School: 1, Location: New Providence, Union County. Moorestown High School: 1, Location: Moorestown Burlington County. Bernards High School: 1, tie. Location: Bernardsville, Somerset County. South Brunswick High School: 1, tie.
River Dell Regional High School: 1, Location: Oradell, Bergen County. Glen Rock High School: 1, Location: Glen Rock, Bergen County. East Brunswick High School: 1, Location: East Brunswick, Middlesex County.Gallery: Inside N. This story is part of "N.
Millburn High School? West Windsor-Plainsboro? New Jersey's best - and most exclusive -- public high school may just be tucked inside a small, brick school annex on a hilltop in Rockaway.
Inside, about of Morris County's smartest students are working in engineering labs and taking college-level math and science classes. How to get into one of N. They are called "magnet schools," "high tech high schools" and "career academies. Students here compete to get a chance to walk these hallways. Newsweek named the school not only the best high school in New Jersey last year, but the second best public school in the nation.
You're not the only who may have never heard of it. Students prepare to work on a lab during a biotechnology class at Morris County Academy for Math, Science and Engineering in Rockaway on March 24, The admission-only public school is ranked among the best high schools in the country.
A look inside New Jersey's other school system. Morris County's Academy for Mathematics, Science and Engineering is one of New Jersey's growing number of specialized public high schools run by the county vocational technical districts.
The high schools - which specialize in everything from engineering to performing arts - have boomed over the last few decades. Though many students and parents may not know they exist, these rigorous schools have become among the best public schools in New Jersey.
Many students hear about the county-run high schools in middle school and take tests in the 8 th grade to apply. Officials and students at the schools -- which have names like High Tech High School, Academy for Information Technology and Performing Arts Academy -- spend a lot of their time trying to explain the purpose of the schools.
The vo-tech districts still have classes for future welders, hairdressers and auto mechanics. But a growing part of their mission is now to run schools designed for super-smart students headed to top colleges.This public community college also has a satellite location, the Southern Education Center, in Manahawkin and other off-campus sites throughout the county. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has accredited the college to award certificates and associate degrees.
Four academic schools comprise the college which had a student enrollment of 8, in the school year The college admits any student who is a high school graduate, holds a high school equivalency diploma, or who is over 18 years of age and has demonstrated the ability to benefit from coursework at the college.
Students who have graduated from high school should submit their high school transcripts and students with high school equivalency should submit either their equivalency diploma or GED scores. The TASC test for high school equivalency is administered at the testing center. Each student who wants to earn a degree, is required to demonstrate readiness for college courses in English and Mathematics.
The Accuplacer Next Generation exams are administered to measure skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. College credit by exam is awarded and the testing center offers CLEP exams. Associate Degree Nursing students may decide to continue their education to reach a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
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