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.
Williams Academic Services 695 Plainfield Ave, Berkeley Heights, NJ07922 Dr. Williams is a renowned scholar who develops and designs individual instruction taylor made for each student. He…More works with Junior High students through Graduate level and beyond, focusing primarily on the Humanities. This includes test preparation for school coursework as well as the SAT & ACT and graduate level entrance exams.
The Berkeley Heights school system is comprised of six schools that primarily serve the residents of Berkeley Heights…More and also the borough of Mountainside at the high school level.
The school system is headed by Superintendent Judith Rattner. The system is overseen by a board of education consisting of 10 members, including two student members. Paul T. Beisser is school board president.
Schools include the Mary Kay McMillin Early Childhood Center, Mountain Park Elementary School, Thomas P. Hughes Elementary School, William Woodruff Elementary School, Columbia Middle School and Governor Livingston High School.
The school system says its mission is, "to challenge students to explore, to excel and to embrace a lifetime of learning by developing a staff devoted to excellence, applying resources effectively, fostering a culture of mutual respect and integrity and offering engaging academic curricula and diverse co-curricular programs."