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.
Reading Revelation 869 Ester Ave, Teaneck, NJ07666 Reading Revelation, located in a private house in Teaneck, provides reading instruction for students who require…More tutoring services. Contact the business by phone for more information.
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.
Jewish Center of Teaneck 70 Sterling Pl, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Jewish Center of Teaneck provides local Jewish residents with a number of activities. There is a gym and indoor…More heated pool for 4th t0 7th grade students, a Boy Scout troop for grades 6 though high school, adult education courses, arthritis exercise classes for seniors and evening concerts with Jewish music. The Jewish Center of Teaneck also hosts community clothing drives and food collections.
Physical Therapy Center of Teaneck 194 the Plaza, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Physical Therapy Center of Teaneck is a medical practice that offers a full range of services for joint…More rehabilitation, chronic neurological and musculoskeletal conditions and work-related injuries. The staff includes two physical therapists under the supervision of Dr. Harry Nafpliotis. The center also provides advanced education for physical therapy students from several colleges and universities.
Thomas Jefferson Middle School 655 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck, NJ07666 Thomas Jefferson Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Teaneck School District, and the school serves…More students in grades fifth through eighth. The school works to foster a collaborative approach to education that involves students, teachers, parents and administrators. In addition to classroom lessons, the school seeks to teach respect, honesty, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and social consciousness. Thomas Jefferson offers students a range of extracurricular activities and after-school programs.
Programs are provided on-site in a classroom seminar environment or online using webinars. Students can register for both in-person and online courses online.
Kumon of Teaneck 400 Frank W Burr Blvd, Teaneck, NJ07666 Kumon is a national tutoring and after-school learning center offering reading, English and math help to kids from…More preschool through high school. Students take a placement test to determine their starting point. The center also offers one-on-one tutoring and mentoring.
lef-Al-Ghazaly School 441 North St, Teaneck, NJ07666 lef-Al-Ghazaly School is a private high school in Teaneck, located in a residential area near Cedar Lane. The school is…More coed and serves students in grades 7 - 12.
Community High School is a private, nonprofit school that provides a comprehensive college-prep high school program…More for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders. Ninety percent of its students go on to pursue a higher education. Throughout the school day, students have access to laptops loaded with software designed to help people with disabilities learn more effectively.
Fairleigh Dickinson University is New Jersey's largest private university with two campuses and more than 100 degree…More programs on the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. FDU's Metropolitan Campus, located in Teaneck and Hackensack, runs along the Hackensack River and is just outside of Teaneck's Cedar Lane business district. The Teaneck campus includes student dorms and athletic fields. The Metropolitan Campus has several programs and services open to the Teaneck community, including two free public art galleries, WFDU's (89.1 FM) radio, affordable psychological counseling services, a lecture series featuring world-famous writers and the FDU United Nations Pathways Forum.
Located in Teaneck since 1999, Yoga Vita offers small comfortable classes taught by caring, knowledgeable and…More experienced teachers. Iyengar Yoga is designed to be the "do-able" Yoga by everyone. Delivering clear and precise instructions, the teachers are dedicated to ensuring all students succeed from the very first class and continue to be challenged as they study this progressive style of Yoga.
Some individuals attend classes to maintain good health while other seek to prevent or heal injuries. All who visit Yoga Vita can gain strength, calmness, stamina, flexibility and coordination.
Teaneck Montessori Day School 61 Church St, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Montessori Early Learning Center is Bergen County's first Montessori school to offer a full day program for children…More under the age of 7. The Montessori program seeks to nurture a child's intellectual, physical and social development through a planned curriculum and highly trained staff. Students come from a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and the school prides itself on providing a diverse learning environment.