Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school and school district, serving students in grades nine through 12. It receives students from two middle schools, Forrestdale Middle School in Rumson and Knollwood School in Fair Haven, N.J., as well as from private schools, including Rumson Country Day School and Holy Cross School. The high school has an enrollment of more than 700 students. The facility is constructed by the Works Progress Administration in 1936. Its curriculum comprises various subjects, including art, business, English, industrial technology, mathematics, music, physical education and health, science, social studies and world languages. Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School has athletic teams for several sports, such as field hockey, soccer, volleyball, tennis, cheerleading and football.