Teaneck Community Charter School 563 Chestnut Ave, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Teaneck Community Charter School is a public school for local students from kindergarten through eighth grade.…More The charter school provides an alternative to traditional public schools, a diverse student body and a curriculum that incorporates environmental studies and the arts into academics. Visit the Teaneck Community Charter School's website for information about the school's curriculum and philosophy.
Teaneck Board of Education Central Administration Offices 1 Merrison St, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Teaneck Public Schools District Central Administration Office is home to the administrative and managerial units of…More the public school district. This includes the superintendent's office and business office. It's located on Merrison Street at Broad Street, near the Police Department building.
Teaneck High School, known in town as the "Castle on the Hill," is Teaneck's only public high school. In…More addition to traditional high school curriculum, Teaneck High School has "academy" programs that allow students to focus on specific areas of study. One program, Technology-Enriched Academy for Mathematics and Science, is an honors curriculum for students interested in math and science. In addition, the Teaneck Arts Academy is another program available for students interested in focusing on the arts.
Teaneck High School offers more than 120 courses as well as a 45 honors and advanced placement courses, independent studies and a range of electives. Outside of the classroom, students can participate in 26 varsity sports and several school clubs. After school programs include Cheerleading, Flag Twirlers, H.E.A.L., Marching Band, Terpsichoreans, National Honor Society, Yearbook, Student Council and SOLA (Student Organization of Latin Awareness).
The school library and media center are linked to the county-wide Bergen Electronic Library System and Bergen County Cooperative Library databases giving students access to materials in other libraries.
Lowell Elementary School, named for James Russell Lowell, is one of three public elementary schools in town. …More The school is located in a residential area near Route 4.
Programs at the school include after-school child care provided by the Working Parents Association and free after-school tutoring.
Curriculum at Lowell focuses on building social skills, conflict resolution, achievement of literacy and a science program that includes math and technology.
Melody Arons Center for Applied Preschool & Education Research 210 Carlton Ter, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Melody Arons Center for Applied Preschool & Education Research is a non-profit organization which caters to…More at-risk and developmentally disabled infants, toddlers and preschoolers from the ages of birth to five. It offers early intervention, diagnosis, treatment and education, and provides public and private schools, agencies and other organizations with training and teaching programs.
Benjamin Franklin Middle School is one of two public middle schools in town. Programs at the school include English…More as a Second Language, fine arts and athletics as well as the standard middle school curriculum. The school has a range of extracurricular activities including student government, peer mentoring, yearbook and community service projects. Two large fields are on school property. In addition to by vehicle, the school is accessible by a walkway overpass from Milton Votee Park to Windsor Road.
Math Adventures and Word Play 118 Chadwick Rd, Teaneck, NJ07666 Math Adventures and Word Play (MAWP) is a 90-minute tutoring program held on Saturdays and offering free access to…More the entire community. MAWP provides instruction in math, reading and writing for students in grades two through 12 with opportunity for advanced students to participate in The Math Circle, designed for students interested in higher-level math manipulations such as differential equations, discrete mathematics, matrices and more. The MAWP now features an open-forum called the Parent Center, discussing education topics like the academic achievement gap, the public school system and the importance of parental involvement.