School News Blog



Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program is a Big Success

We were incredibly proud and pleased to partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth & Middlesex Counties and the Freehold Borough School District to create a High School Bigs Mentoring Program at Freehold Intermediate School. Biotech High School Bigs & their Middle School Littles met with each other every other week throughout the school year, creating transformational 1-to-1 relationships that made a tremendous difference in the lives of children facing adversity.

Special thanks to all of the Biotech Bigs that helped to make this program such a success:

Courtney Bryan, Michelle Chen, Aneesha Doshi, Anekha Goyal, Mary Hanna-alla, Lauren Kwok, Gabrielle Nguyen, Kajal Rana, Nina Samuel, Gillian Teitelbaum, Cara Trulli, Lauren Bauer, Jennifer Hom, Julianna Mastropierro, Kelly O'Rourke, Meghana Singh, Shruthi Vaidyaselvan, Lauren Chung, Lauren Kocur, Liam Weldon, Skylar Anthony, Alexandra Elizar, Adam Ferrick and Rebecca Haverlin. 

Click here to check out more pictures of the program in action!


2014-15 Election Results 

Congratulations to all of those elected to leadership positions for the 2014-15 school year! Click below to see the results ...

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Project SALUD Earns 2nd Place in International Competition

The Project SALUD (Serving All Latinos with Unfading health Desires) team of Biotech Sophomores: Kayla Ciok, Janine Hibionada, Jenna Horowitz, Hannah Pettit, Alex Yang came in 2nd place at the Future Problem Solvers International Competition at Iowa State University!  


iGem Competition

Students in Dr. Nowicki's Independent Research participated in the 2014 iGem Competition! 

Check out the wiki page they created ~ 


BTHS News: FFA Convention, NY Times Poetry Contest, Metro Scholar & Junior Canoeing

FFA State Convention Results: Alex Byrnes received the William G. Smith Scholarship & BTHS was recognized with the H.O. Sampson Award (for excellence in school-based career development events), as well as the Habitat for Humanity Bricks Award.

Four Biotech students honored in New York Times Found Poetry Student Contest: Aya Zaky, Matteo Guzman, Anekha Goyal & Katelyn Fleisch

Emma Mueller was selected as a Metro Scholar at Two River Theater. She'll be spending approximately 100 hours working behind the scenes at TRTC next year!

And lastly, the Juniors had an amazing day of canoeing last Wednesday on the Delaware & Raritan Canal in Princeton. Click here to check out pictures from the waterway!