Facts & Figures
The number of years Mother Teresa Regional School has been in existence. The school was founded in 2006 as part of the Diocese of Trenton’s Strategic Plan.
Number of parishes currently sponsoring our school — Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Saint Ann, Saint Agnes, Holy Family and Saint Catherine.
Number of students currently enrolled at Mother Teresa Regional School for the 2013-2014 academic year. Our students come from the Bayshore region.
Number of families in the Mother Teresa Regional School community.
Number of current faculty members.
Teacher’s aides serving in Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten classes.
Average years of experience for faculty
Classes are limited to 21 students in K-8, 25 in Pre-kindergarten 4, 15 in Pre-kindergarten 3. Currently class sizes range from 10-30 students.
Students receiving assistance by Monmouth Ocean Educational Services Commission.
Number of sports programs and at Mother Teresa Regional School. Our teams represent the following sports: basketball, baseball, softball, track, cross-country, cheerleading, and street hockey.
Number of after-school programs offered at Mother Teresa Regional School. Our programs include: yearbook, drama club, band, choir, guitar group, art, recycling club, newspaper, bowling club, math club, reading buddies, extended day, and summer scholars.
Number of elective courses offered in our Middle School program throughout the 2013-2014 school year. Students are able to select one elective class per semester in a subject of interest. Some examples are science, computers, social studies, creative writing, leadership, art, early childhood education, and language.
Number of students graduating in the Class of 2014.
Number of alumni (Class of 2007, 2008, 2009,2010,2011, 2012, 2013) attending such high schools as Allied Health and Sciences, Biotechnology High School, Christian Brothers Academy, High Technology High School, Marine Academy of Science and Technology, Mater Dei Prep, Middletown South, Red Bank Catholic, and Saint John Vianney.
We expect to distribute $60,000 in financial aid in 2013-2014.
Amount expected to be raised by the Parent Teacher Association in 2013-2014 to enable facility and educational enhancements.
Number of students receiving bus service to our school. The town of Middletown and Highlands currently provide bus service. Mother Teresa Regional School currently provides bus service in Keyport, Hazlet, and Keansburg.
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