Admissions

For Full Time and Shared Time programs

Oline Application Deadline: March 14, 2014

 

Thank you for your interest in the Monmouth County Vocational School District. To be eligible for admissions into one of our Career Academies and Shared-Time programs students must submit an application to the Monmouth County Vocational School District and follow the procedures outlined below. To apply to the Career Center, CLASS Academy, and KIVA High School, applicants will need to contact those schools directly. For more information on admissions into any of our programs, please contact 732-431-7942

Career Academy Admissions

For admission into Academy of Allied Health and Science (AAHS), Biotechnology High School (BTHS), Communications High School (CHS), High Technology High School (HTHS), and Marine Academy of Science and Technology (MAST) eighth grade students must be resident's of Monmouth County at the time of the Application Deadline- December 11, 2013.
*MAST accepts applications from out of county, except residents of Ocean County. Ocean County Vocational Technical School offers MATES.

  1. Students will be required to take an Admissions Exam- January 25, 2014.
  2. Student, accompanied by a parent/guardian, must attend an information session. You may attend as many information sessions as you like to help you decide which school is right for you. You must attend the information session for the school you apply to. For more information select the career academy policy and brochure.
  3. Submitting an application: You will receive a registration code and information on how to access the online application at the information session you attend. 
  4. When you successfully submit your online application you will receive a Comfirmation Page and Application Checklist that you will need to give to a school official (Counselor/Principal). Monmouth County Vocational School District must receive the required school form and transcript by December 20, 2013 or the student may be ineligible. 
​Please select the Career Academy Policy and Career Academy Brochure for specific requirements and procedures. 
More about Career Academy admissions
 

Shared-Time Programs Admission

To apply to one of the Shared Time programs applicants should be in grade 10 or grade 11.

  1. Students are required to submit an application. 
  2. Attend an open house or schedule a tour of the program of interest. 
  3. Cosmetology applicants will be required to take an admissions exam on April 5, 2014.
  4. The online application will open in January 2014 and the deadline to apply is March 14, 2014.
  5. Qualified students who apply by the application deadline will be given priority. Other qualified students may apply based upon program vacancies and the individual merits and needs of the applicant. Please note: Cosmetology applications may not be accepted after the established deadline due to the scheduled cosmetology test. 
  6. Grades and attendance are factors considered for admission. 
  7. For more information select the Shared Time Policy and Brochure. 
  8. Cosmetology Policy

To apply: Application

Academy of Law and Public Safety: Students should apply during 10th grade for admittance in grades 11 and 12. Students will be expected to have completed 2 years of a lab science, 2 years of english, 2 years of social studies, 2 years of mathematics, 2 years of fitness/physical education, 1 year of a foreign language, and 1 year of visual and performing arts. 

To submit an application to ALPS here 

Design Academy at Communications High School: Students should apply during 10th grade for admittance in grades 11 and 12. Students will be required to submit a portfolio and take an admissions exam. For more information about the Design Academy please contact Communications High School at 732-681-1010.


More about Shared Time admissions

For admissions information on KIVA contact 732-542-5455, CLASS Academy contact 732-431-7245, and the Career Center contact 732-431-3773. These schools have specific admissions requirements that are arranged through the school.