Lower Cape May Regional High School

by Meghan Shott | Nov 7, 2016
Lower Cape May Regional High School The Lower Cape May Regional High School is located in Lower Township and serves students from Lower Township, Cape May, West Cape May, and Cape May Point. Students at this school have the opportunity to participate in a vast array of courses that prepare them for life after graduation, while participating in exciting after-school activities or challenging sports.

Recent additions to the course options at Lower Cape May Regional High School include Future Educators, Digital Photography, Law Enforcement, Spanish Literature, Advanced Computer Applications/MOUS, and Project Lead the Way/Engineering. Lower Cape May also offers Advanced Placement courses, including English Literature and Composition, English Language and Composition, Physics and Biology.

Lower Cape May Regional High School offers many after school activities and clubs to students, including Peer Leadership, Sailing Club, Spanish Club, Student Littoral Society, National Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Key Club, Fall Play, Spring Musical, Renaissance, Mock Trial, Student Council, Photography Club, Newspaper, and many others.

According to the school’s website, the Lower Cape May Regional Renaissance program was designed to increase attendance, improve academic performance and increase student graduation. The students working in Renaissance are dedicated to providing a positive and safe school environment. The Renaissance Club runs many fun activities for the school throughout the school year. They include Quarterly Rallies, Spotlight Student of the Month, Breakfast Thursday, Faculty Focus, and their annual Winter Wonderland Dance.

The Lower Cape May Regional High School Caper Tigers compete in the Atlantic Division of the Cape-Atlantic League, an athletic conference consisting of both parochial and public high schools located in Atlantic County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, and Gloucester County, New Jersey. 

The football season is underway and the LCMR team boasts many talented athletes including Aaron Cottrell, Jake Robb, Brett Favre, Jordan Klein, Khoury Causey, Dominic Bowman, Corey Carlson, Nico Castellano, Tyler Pine, Brayden Steere, Brennan Ray, Charles Crawley, Darion Lamar, Matthew Jefferis, Tony Kapurelos, Tarryn Bencivengo, Zach Wolf, Johnas Lambruno, Lance Golaszewski, Jacob Eisele, Jake Hays, Adarius Thompson, Cameron Leslie, Dylan Donahue, Damyon Bencivengo, Roy Olsen, Matthew Reilly, Marco Zacualpa, Gannon Lowry, Shawn Morris, Sam Gellura, Jair Perez, Josh Antorino, Joe McGhee, Khamar Matthews, Greg Bryant, Anthony Benavidez, RJ Lamoreux, Dennis Cluff, Joelle Klein, Clayton McBride, Ryan Jackson, Joey Walsh, John Babbitt, Scott Wolf, Dillon Hickey, Mike Donnelly and Elijah Bethel.

LCMR alumni Kristen Moorby headed to Rio to work the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Kristen graduated in 2003 and was one of the best swimmers in the history of the school. She’s been freelancing in sports media since 2007, according to shorenewstoday.com.

Congrats to LCMR Alumnus and World Series Champion, Chicago Cubs outfielder Matt Szczur.

The LCMR School District has a Facebook page. Visit it to learn more about current events, watch videos of the school’s TV network, and view photo albums of events at the schools.

They’ve also got Twitter. Check out their tweets at https://twitter.com/lowercapemay.

The Lower Township Tree Lighting will include a performance by the High School Choir on Tuesday, November 29.

Lower Cape May Regional High School is located at 687 Route 9 in Cape May. For more information about the school, visit http://www.lcmrschooldistrict.com/lcmr/index.php or call 609-884-3475.

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