Collier Students' Flag Flying in Antartica

On Friday, January 16th, researchers in Antartica - and the penguins in their study! - enjoyed the sight of a colorful flag designed by Collier High School students that brightened up the otherwise dismal landscape.  Collier's Environmental Science class is participating in a Rutgers University research project to study climate change and the reasons why the population of Adelie Penguins is declining in Antartica.  

History Comes Alive for Middle School Students

History came alive for our Middle School students as they studied the history of Collier, which has a very unique past in its evolution from a residential program and school for girls that began in 1927 to its current status as a Middle School and High School for boys and girls from throughout New Jersey.

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Collier Participates in 2014 Robot Challenge

Technology and science teachers from 16 schools across New Jersey descended on Collier this past Saturday to attend a workshop for the 2014 Robot Challenge.  Schools came from as far away as Toms River, Cherry Hill and Westfield.  The robot challenge is sponsored by Women in Engineering and the IEEE and is led in our area, the NJ Coast, by Lisa VanOrden-Kaan and Dru Reynolds who presented the workshop.

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Family Gathering to Highlight Sanctuary Model

On Sunday, March 22nd, families of our current residents - living in both Collier House and Collier Group Home - are invited to join the Collier staff for a "Family Gathering" at Collier Group Home in Red Bank.

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