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At RBCS we empower our students to become good citizens in a global world through our culturally rich and diverse environment. Our curriculum is uniquely structured to foster the knowledge, values, attitudes, and skills that are required of active, involved citizens. Tolerance and respect for the opinions of others is stressed as a responsibility in becoming a good citizen of a culturally diverse, democratic society.
Our program also provides ample opportunities for students to examine their attitudes and beliefs concerning social conditions in the world today and within their community.
At RBCS we make history come alive by offering the following educational experiences:
Monmouth Museum Visits and Traveling trunks
Seminars at local universities
Involvement with local municipal agencies
Classroom Dinners with an International Flair
International Day Celebration
We are also extremely proud of the fact that several of our children applied and were accepted to attend the Young Scholars Program for African American Students through the Schomberg Center in New York for the second year in a row. This program is designed to empower our youth with the knowledge of the African American culture and to guide them toward optimal achievement, and social and professional success.