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AFHF Free Field Hockey Clinic
American Field Hockey Foundation, USA Field Hockey, and the Bridgewater Recreation Department are holding four free field hockey clinics for boys and girls grades 2 through 9. Licensed coaches, college and high school players will be there to coach and umpire. Equipment will be provided.
Please contact the Bridgewater Recreation Department for more details and use registration sheet on flyer included in this announcement.
More About Bridgewater-Raritan High School
Bridgewater-Raritan High School is designed as a campus-style building, with 11 separate buildings that students move through in nine 40-minute periods each day. The school, which was originally dedicated in September 1961, has mostly one-story buildings, with one that is two stories.
Curriculum in the school has changed over the years to accommodate a growing student enrollment, as well as demands for additional technological improvements and budgetary constraints. Among the school's highlighted programs are a Cooperative Education Program to allow students to earn college credit for high school work, as well as a World Language Exchange Program with schools in England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The school also offers bilingual classes for non-English-speaking students, and classroom instruction includes the use of computers, calculators, networked computer labs, closed-circuit television, interactive television and software programs.
The school has been recognized as one of only three New Jersey high schools to be a New Jersey Star School and is a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.