to Monmouth County Vocational School District

January 23, 2017- Due to high winds and tide, MAST will close at 2:00 PM today (1/23).
Our Mission Statement:

The Monmouth County Vocational School District prepares students for an evolving workplace, lifelong learning and further education through specialized academics, career and technical programs and achievement of the New Jersey Student Learning Standards.
 Career Center

Contact Information (Administrative Offices):
Monmouth County Vocational School District
4000 Kozloski Road, P.O. Box 5033
Freehold, New Jersey 07728-5033
Phone: 732-431-7942  |  FAX: 732-409-6736

Anthony Schaible, Assistant Superintendent, District Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX and Section 504 Handicapped Coordinator.
Contact for special accommodations for events or meetings.

Non-Discrimination Clause: The Monmouth County Vocational School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, nationality, marital or domestic partnership or civil union status, sex, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, affectional or sexual orientation, reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity, religion, age, disability, or socioeconomic status.

The "User Friendly Budget" for the MCVSD has been posted as of 4-4-2016, and can be viewed here.

The "MCVSD Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015" has been posted as of 3-9-2016, and can be viewed here.

Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-5.6(c) the following documents are available for public review:
MCVSD Consolidated Monitoring Report 2015
MCVSD Corrective Action Plan 2015

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
Mr. Anthony Schaible
Assistant Superintendent
Monmouth County Vocational School District
4000 Kozloski Road
PO Box 5033
Freehold , NJ 07728-5033
(732) 431-7942
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If there are any questions, please contact our Administrative Office at 732-431-7942

ABR District and School Grade Report 2014-2015
School/School Grade
Class Academy- 65
Communications High School- 73
High Technology High School- 64
Marine Academy of Science and Technology- 66
Academy of Allied Health and Science- 65
Biotechnology High School- 75
Monmouth County Career Center- 67
Monmouth County Vocational Technical High School- 52
Academy of Law and Public Safety- 52
District- 64

MCVSD News and Events

January 23, 2017- Due to high winds and tide, MAST will close at 2:00 PM today (1/23).

December 2016- The Monmouth County Vocational School District is excited to offer a new shared-time program, Advanced Manufacturing, in the Fall 2017. This program is a partnership between MCVSD and Festo Didactic in Eatontown. More information Here

The NEW MCVSD Pre-Manufacturing & Robotics program offers juniors & seniors in Monmouth County the opportunity to engage and prepare for a career in Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering & Robotics. Students will earn industry-recognized certifications and participate in hands on experiences as well as on the job training through our Structured-Learning Program. 

Open House at Festo Didactic
February 8, 6:00-7:30 PM
February 21, 6:00-7:30 PM (originally scheduled on Feb.22)
607 Industrial Way E
Eatontown, NJ 07724 

October 2016- Academy of Allied Health and Science in Neptune, NJ Earns Top Recognition from Middle States Association

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — The Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS) announced today that Academy of Allied Health and Science, in Neptune, N.J. has earned reaccreditation, the gold standard for measuring and advancing school improvement.

Academy of Allied Health and Science achieved reaccreditation through the Middle States Association’s new Sustaining Excellence protocol, which helps high performing schools continue to excel.

“The hallmark of the best schools around the world is that no matter how well they may be doing, their goal is to outperform their previous best,” said Henry G. Cram, Ed.D., president of the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. “I congratulate Allied on its reaccreditation, and for striving each and every day to raise the bar for their students and the entire school community.”

MSA-CESS accredits preK-12 public, private, parochial, and charter schools. In addition, MSA-CESS accredits non-degree granting career and technical post-secondary institutions, special purpose schools, supplementary education centers, learning services providers, and distance education institutions.

June 2016- Asbury Park Press: Cosmetology students get practice, help others
View the article here

June 2016- Congratulations to the 2016 Brian D. McAndrew Student Achiever Award Recipients

Left-Right: Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso, Javier Veliz, Paul Whille, Samantha Ramos, Jaclyn Drucker, Christina Noll, Maryrose Rainey, Brian McAndrew, Samuel Kodama, Zoe Soto, Hannah Goldstein, Ruchi Raval, Priscilla Wong, Carmine Casola, Jasper Besa, Freeholder Director Thomas Arnone. Missing: Robyn Carroll and Shane Smolskis.

April 2016- 2016 Skills USA Evan Runfola – Automotive Services
Evan Runfola entered the Automotive Services program as a freshman in our exploratory program and was recommended for the training program. Evan started in the automotive training program as a sophomore and has continued on through his junior year. Evan is a student who actively participates and is willing to help his fellow students when needed. Evan has taken on the responsibility and finished some advanced automotive work in the Automotive Services class at the Career Center. Evan is an active member of Skills USA and on Saturday April 9, he competed in the Automotive Maintenance competition and placed 1 st in New Jersey. The competition consisted of several workstations, such as Tire Service, Vehicle Multi-Point Inspection, Electrical workstation, Brake Inspection, and Automotive Part Identification. The Career Center staff, especially the Automotive Services instructors, is very proud of Evan’s accomplishments.


April 2016- 2016 Skills USA Alex Luc – Food Services
Alex Luc entered the Career Center Foods Services program in the 9th grade from Manalapan High School. Over the course of Alex’s three years in the Foods Services program, he has displayed a dedication and interest in the culinary program like no other student. His commitment to perfection is a true sign of what is needed to be successful in the culinary field.
As an 11th grader, Alex chose to enter the Skills USA Foods Services statewide competition. The competitors are from vocational schools located through out the state of New Jersey. Every day for a month leading up to the event, Alex demonstrated his commitment and determination by practicing the techniques and skills that were needed to prepare his dishes. His competition included various demonstrations of knife skills, making a homemade mayonnaise, preparing a Waldorf salad, Chantilly dressing, coleslaw, and Mediterranean tuna wrap and chocolate mousse.  His biggest accomplishment was perfecting his chocolate mousse. There was a lot of trial and error but his end result was a smooth and light dessert.  
On Saturday, April 16, Alex competed in the Foods Service Skills USA event and placed second in the State. The Career Center staff, especially the Food Services instructors, is very proud of Alex’s accomplishments.


April 16, 2016- 2016 NJ Skills USA Championships- Culinary Education Center
NJ Skills USA Championships is the state-level competition for high school and post-secondary students who are enrolled in career and technical education training programs within the state. 
More than 1600 competitors competed in over 90 hands-on skill and leadership contests this year on April 16, 2016 in Somerset County.
Congratulations to the students from Culinary Education of Monmouth County who competed.
Culinary Arts (Post Secondary) GOLD
Joshua Wiggins
Commercial Baking (Post Secondary) GOLD
Zachary Neis
Skills USA Advisors Chef Jaime Soto and Chef Barbara Roselli attended and Kendal Szpakowski represented the High School in the Culinary Arts Competion.
Good Luck to Joshua Wiggins and Zachery Neis who will be attending Nationals and competing at the end of June in Louisville Kentucky.

The Culinary Education Center is collaboration between Brookdale Community College and Monmouth County Vocational School District.

Left-Right: Jaime Soto (Advisor), Joshua Wiggins (Neptune, Gold Medal), Kendal Szpakowski (Middletown), Zackary Nies (Tinton Falls, Gold Medal), Barbara Roselli (Advisor).


April 11, 2016- Asbury Park Press High Tech students get creative to raise money


FREEHOLD, NJ - Lauren Allex, a 9th grader at Biotechnology High School and resident of Marlboro, NJ was recognized for her achievement as a state finalist in the “Doodle for Google” competition during a school-wide assembly on February 10th.
Doodle 4 Google is an annual contest open to students in grades K-12. Students are invited to create their own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on the Google homepage. Lauren is one of 53 finalists from across the United States who submitted doodles in response to the question, “What makes me… me.” Lauren wrote about her doodle, “Ever since I was a child I’ve collected bugs and plants (mostly weeds that I thought looked nice!), googling how to care for them. If anyone ever finds a jar with a bug in it around the house, they instantly know it’s me!”
During the final round, the public can vote online till February 22 for their favorite doodle by visiting the Doodle 4 Google website (http://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html) . The National Winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage for one day. He or she will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship, a $50,000 Google for Education grant for his or her school, a trip to Google’s Headquarters in California to meet the Google Doodlers, and the opportunity to nominate a teacher to come on the trip.
The Principal of Biotechnology High School, Mr. Sean Meehan, was delighted to hear about Lauren’s success. He commented, “I always encourage students to follow their passion. Lauren’s achievement is an example of where your interests can take you.”
Biotechnology High School is a specialized public magnet high school which focuses on biology and the life sciences delivered through a rigorous International Baccalaureate curriculum. Biotechnology High School has 325 students in grades 9-12 from all over Monmouth County. It is part of the Monmouth County Vocational School District and one of its five Career Academies. It frequently tops the list of best high schools in the nation and last year was recognized by the US Department of Education as a 2014 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. 

February 4, 2016- From NJ Spotlight, an op ed by NJCCVTS President/MCVSD Superintendent Tim McCorkell: NJ’s made great strides in expanding high school career-readiness offerings. Click here for the link

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