Dolphin Academic Prep 598 Central Ave, New Providence, NJ07974 Dolphin Academic Prep offers in-home tutoring, tailoring services to each individual student. The organization tutors in…More all subjects for grades pre-kindergarten to college. Other services include college guidance and admission process, and test prep for SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE, AP and others. Instructors are either teachers or degreed professionals within their respective fields. Dolphin Academic Prep has a presence in north and central New Jersey, and New York City.
The Academy of Our Lady of Peace 99 South St, New Providence, NJ07974 Founded in 1919 and approved as an academy by the Archdiocese of Newark in 2008, the Academy of Our Lady of Peace serves…More children from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. The academy's facilities are located adjacent to the parish and features athletic fields, an auditorium, gymnasium and cafeteria. With a staff of state-certified teachers, the academy has an extensive curriculum and student activities. The academy is also accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Tuition rates vary based on parish affiliation and grade.
Beechwood School is one of the three schools which, along with Deerfield and Governor Livingston, make up the…More Mountainside school district.
Students from pre-kindergarten to 2nd grade attend Beechwood before moving on to Deerfield and then to Governor Livingston for high school.
School officials say their goals are "to have our children excited about coming to school, feeling positive about learning and about themselves, and interacting with other children and adults in a productive manner."
Founded in 1962, this school offers classes in a residential setting to children ages 2 1/2 to 6 years old. Based on…More individual learning levels, students are grouped in one of three classes.
The curriculum includes science, social studies, geography, writing, reading, arithmetic, music, singing in multiple languages, art and movement. Play time is supervised by staff members. Staffers also take students on trips throughout the year to the library, art center, theater and museum.
The school features a heated, built-in pool and two playgrounds.
Westminster Nursery School 725 Mountain Ave, Berkeley Heights, NJ07922 Westminster Nursery School is a nonprofit organization and early childhood education program serving New Providence…More and the surrounding areas. The school offers programs for children ages 21/2- 4, including a kindergarten enrichment program. Some lessons and activities include age appropriate subjects, math skills, phonics, reading skills, physical activities, music and movement, as well as field trips among more. School facilities include an outdoor playground, indoor playroom, block area and sandbox. Two-, three-, four- and five-day programs are available. Check its website for details on programs or for information on enrollment or tuition.
Berkeley Heights Township Board of Education 345 Plainfield Ave, Berkeley Heights, NJ07922 The Berkeley Heights Public School District provides a high-quality education to over 2800 students in six schools from…More grades k-12. Schools include the Mary Kay McMillin Early childhood Center for grades kindergarten through one, Mountain Park School, Thomas P. Hughes School and William Woodruff School (all grades 2-5), Columbia middle school (grades 6-8) and Governor Livingston High School (grades 9-12). Students from the neighboring borough of Mountainside are educated at the high school. All academic offerings are augmented by a program of extra-curricular activities, from intramural and interscholastic athletics to fine arts, student government and academic clubs which are available to all students.
Holy Trinity is a private Catholic school for students in preschool through the eighth grade.
The Our Lady of…More Lourdes facility in Mountainside provides Kindergarten and preschool classes, while classes for higher grades are at the campus in Westfield.
In the words of school officials, Holy Trinity "emphasizes the values of our faith and continually seeks to build a community where priests, parents, parishioners, students, faculty and staff share a common concern for the spiritual and educational growth of each individual."
The School is operated under the auspices of the Newark Archdiocesan School System.