Press Release for JC Education Fair 2017

EVENT:  JC Education Fair 2017 (Education Fair in Jersey City)

WHEN: Saturday, September 23rd. 2017 10a.m. to 2p.m.

WHERE: Hamilton Park, Downtown Jersey City

                   McWilliams Place, 8th Street

                   Jersey City, NJ 07304

COST: FREE!

CONTACT: Mamta Singh, [email protected]

Jersey City, NJ, September 23rd, 2017 – JCFamilies will be launching and distributing their new directory at the JC Education Fair 2017, which will cover all bases for parents and families interested in local schools and day cares.

Over 57 Jersey City and Hoboken-based public schools, private schools, charter schools, and day cares will be represented at the upcoming JC Education Fair 2017 where parents and families can obtain information firsthand from school representatives on open houses, school curriculum, as well as intermingle with other families and educators alike.

Parents will not only learn how to better navigate the different school systems and calendars, but also become privy to special events, enrichment classes, promotions and obtain resources from some of the leading childcare facilities and most prestigious schools in and around Jersey City and Hoboken. Schools like Hamilton Park Montessori, The Ethical Community Charter School and AlphaMind Academy will be in attendance for this family-friendly event that will appeal to children of all ages. JCFamilies will be hosting the 2nd Annual ‘Face-Off’ Magic Show, a free program showcasing the marvelous and mystical talents of local Magicians for all to enjoy.

Parents will be able to walk away from this experience able to discern which school will be the right fit for their young scholars and families. Team members of JCFamilies will also have a table set up to answer any of your questions, and we will be distributing our newly-launched directory for the 2017-18 school year. Stop by and say hi! For additional information please visit our website and subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive event updates.

*JCFamilies is a not-for-profit organization that connects over 25,000 local parents through its various channels, providing information, resources and wholesome parenting experiences to local communities.  JCFamilies is the largest and fastest growing community of parents in the Jersey City area.

Education Fair in Jersey City

Open House 2018-19: Schools Jersey City

Open House in Schools & Pre-Schools In Jersey City:

DAYCARES & SCHOOLS

   WATERFRONT MONTESSORI
150 Warren St #108, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 333-5600
http://www.waterfrontmontessori.com/welcome/

Wednesday, November 15, 2017:  6:30-8:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 2, 2017:  9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018:  6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

BERGEN LAFAYETTE MONTESSORI SCHOOL
324 Communipaw Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07304 – Phone: (201) 706-3403
http://www.bergenlafayettemontessori.com/

Information Session at the school:
October 7, 2017,         10:00 am to 12:00 pm
November 4, 2017,     10:00 am to 12:00 pm
December 2, 2017,     10:00 am to 12:00 pm
January 6, 2018,         10:00 am to 12:00 pm
February 3, 2018,        10:00 am to 12:00 pm
March 3, 2018,            10:00 am to 12:00 pm
April 7, 2018,               10:00 am to 12:00 pm
May 5, 2018,               10:00 am to 12:00 pm
June 2, 2018,              10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Virtual Information Session on the following days:
October 18, 2017,        8:30 pm
November 15, 2017,    8:30 pm
December 13, 2017,    8:30 pm
January 17, 2018,        8:30 pm
February 21, 2018,       8:30 pm
March 14,2018,            8:30 pm
April 18, 2018,              8:30 pm
May 16, 2018,              8:30 pm
June 13, 2018,             8:30pm

   THE ETHICAL COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL
95 Broadway, Jersey City, NJ 07306 – Phone: (201) 984-4151
http://www.teccsjc.org/
[email protected]

Current Dates:  9/15, 9/22, 9/29 at 7:30am and 9:30am
Evening Open House Date:  1/8, 12/6 and 1/3 at 4:30pm and 5:30pm

Parents must sign up online at: www.tinyurl.com/OpenHouseTECCS

HAMILTON PARK MONTESSORI SCHOOL
1 McWilliams Place, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 533-1910
http://hamiltonparkmontessori.com/

Please email the [email protected] to reserve your seat for any of the sessions below:

First Step Sessions: (please note: these sessions are for adults only with the exception of the Open House events)

  • October 11, 2017 @ 8:30 am
  • October 28, 2017 @ 10:00 am Saturday Open House*
  • November 8, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
  • November 14, 2017 @ 9:00 am Coffee Chat**
  • November 15, 2017 @ 8:30 am
  • December 5, 2017 @ 8:30 am
  • January 10, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
  • January 20, 2018 @ 10:00 am Saturday Open House*
  • January 23, 2018 @ 9:00 am Coffee Chat**
  • February 8, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
  • February 13, 2018 @ 8:30 am

*Open House: Children are welcome to come enjoy fun activities while parents learn about our school and programs

**Coffee Chats: are for Parents of children already attending Montessori and/or Elementary

Kindly include the number of spaces you would like to reserve and the age of your child in your email. If your child is currently enrolled in a Montessori school, simply email our admissions department directly with your inquiry.

SMART START ACADEMY
http://smart-startacademy.com/

Our open house dates are second Thursday of every month at 7:30pm

  • Hoboken : Oct 12th– Dec 14th –  Feb 8th – April 12th – June 14th
  • Jersey : Nov 9th– Jan 11th – Jan 11th – May 10th

BELOVED COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL
508 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 630-4700
http://belovedccs.org/

October 4th at 9:30 am
November 9th at 9:30 am
January 23rd at 6:30 pm

SAINT DOMINIC ACADEMY
2572 John F Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City, 07304 – Phone: (201) 434-5938
https://www.stdominicacad.com/

Wednesday, October 11, 6-8 p.m.
Sunday, October 22, 1-3 p.m.

LEARNING LADDERS
Liberty Towers, 33 Hudson St, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 918-6643
http://learningladdersnj.com/

Mon, 9 Oct @ 9-10:30am
Wed, 25 Oct @ 6-7:30pm
Fri, 10 Nov @ 9-10:30am
Mon, 20 Nov @ 6-7:30pm
Sat, 2 Dec @ 9-11am
Thu, 15 Dec @ 6-7:30pm
Fri, 5 Jan @ 6-7:30pm
Sat, 20 Jan @ 10am-12pm
Fri, 9 Feb @ 6-7:30pm
Sat, 24 Feb @ 10am-12pm

   THE FRENCH AMERICAN ACADEMY
Phone: (201) 338-8320
www.faacademy.org

October 14 (pre-K, Elementary and Middle School)
November 18 (pre-K, Elementary and Middle School)
December 9 (pre-K, Elementary and Middle School)
   KEY ELEMENT LEARNING

338 Grove St, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 200-1160
http://www.keyelementlearning.com/

Open Houses are not offered,  but parents can schedule a tour Monday to Friday 8:00 am or 4:00 pm

ALPHAMINDS
601 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ 07030 – Phone: (201) 844-8535
We don’t do Open Houses, but  parents are encourage to register or at least contact us if they are planning to bring their students for any of our classes.
SCANDINAVIAN SCHOOL
Our open house for prospective families this fall is scheduled for Nov 9th,  from 6:00-7:15 pm. We are also hosting two tours every month for prospective families, from 11:00-11:30 am, those dates are:
Sep: 12 & 26
Oct: 10 & 24
Nov: 14 & 28
Dec: 5 & 12

 

SUMMER CAMP:

   CAMP RIVERBEND
116 Hillcrest Rd, Warren, NJ 07059 – Phone: (908) 580-2267
http://www.campriverbend.com/

Sunday Jan 21 (10 am – 12 noon)
Saturday Feb 24 (same time)
Sunday March 18 (same time)
Saturday April 7 (same time)
Saturday May 5 (11 am – 2 pm)

 

ACTIVITIES CENTERS

   MY GYM JERSEY CITY
252 9th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 205-1218
https://www.mygym.com/jerseycity

Sunday Sept. 10th from 1pm to 4pm

ZANIAC JERSEY CITY
125 1st St, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 360-2450
https://www.zaniaclearning.com/jerseycity/

Sep 7th

Information at: https://www.facebook.com/events/360151384404640/

JOYS IN TEACHING TUTORING SERVICE
Phone: (201) 423-1200

http://thejoysinteaching.com/

Info Session on September 16th at 9am at BelovED Community Charter School (508 Grand Street.)

After the info session, we will be hosting a financial Literacy for college planning workshop which is open to families for $20 per family.

STEAM WORKS STUDIO
189 Brunswick Street, Jersey City, NJ, 07302 – Phone: 1(855) 783 2687
facebook.com/hudsonsteamworksstudio

Sept 9th 2017, between 10am – 6:30pm

More info at: http://tiny.cc/steamdemo

NIMBUS DANCE WORKS
165 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302 – Phone: (201) 377-0718
http://www.nimbusdanceworks.org/

Saturday, September 9th – Youth Ensemble/ Scholarship Auditions 9:30am-11am (8-13 yrs old.) & 11:30am-2pm (14+ yrs. old)
Sunday, September 10th – 3-5pm Open House w/ Free Trial Classes (schedule posted online)
Sunday, September 10th – 5-7pm Grand Opening Ceremony w/ Ribbon Cutting (games, music, registration, talkback, etc.)
Wednesday, September 13th – 6-8pm Open House w/ Free Trial Classes (schedule posted online)

 

 

 

 

 

How to Save Money on School Supplies

How to Save Money on School Supplies

Going back to school can be a fun time for your kids. They get to learn new things, see their friends again every day, and of course get the coolest and newest school supplies. However, this can be far less exciting for parents when they see the long list of supplies required for the school year ahead. From pencils to markers to notebooks to scissors and glue, your kids are going to need heaps of new learning materials.

Thankfully, we have compiled some of the best ways on how to save money on school supplies. You can save tons of money on school supplies for the upcoming school year. Follow these few simple tips and tricks so you can get your kids everything they want, and save money doing it!

Check Your House

Believe it or not, you likely have tons of school supplies laying around the house already. Things like to hide in closets, drawers, old backpacks, and other nooks and crannies.

So, do a sweep of the house and look for simple things like new pencils, erasers, pencil sharpeners, rulers, post-its, and pens. Even those these are small items, they can add up in price at the store because your kids often need a lot of each item. This is an easy and simple way to save money on school supplies.

No Sales Tax Holidays

If you are lucky enough to live in a state with a no sales tax holiday, take advantage of his opportunity. You can go shopping for school supplies, new clothing, and even computers. This is a great way to save some extra money and a wonderful way to save money on school supplies.

Buy in Bulk Stores

Have a membership at those huge bulk stores like Costco? Then, buy those schools supplies there. Even though you may pay a bit more out of pocket initially, you can a huge supply of items like pens, pencils, paper, markers, notebooks, and loose-leaf paper. It is very likely your kids will need more paper and pencils as the school year goes on. Instead of having to run out to the store in the middle of the year when there are no more back-to-school sales, you will already have the extra supplies they will need. This is a very

It is very likely your kids will need more paper and pencils as the school year goes on. Instead of having to run out to the store in the middle of the year when there are no more back-to-school sales, you will already have the extra supplies they will need. This is a very convenient way to save money on school supplies.

Take Advantage of Back-to-School Sales

Of course, nearing the end of summer there are going to be tons of school supply and clothing sales at almost every store. Keep a close eye on flyers, social media, emails, etc. to keep an eye out for when sales are about to begin at your favorite stores. You can often find deep discounts on some of the most common supplies on your kid’s school supply list from their teachers.

Be Smart with Backpacks

One of the biggest expenses you will encounter for the up and coming school year is a backpack. Backpacks are often quite pricey for one of good quality. Use coupons when you can, buy second-hand, or wait for sales to come about at your favorite stores and your favorite brands.

You can still find great quality backpacks that aren’t the super popular name brands like NorthFace, Billabong, and Nike. Look at backpacks from Lands End, Timberland, and JanSport. They often have sales and they will actually last your kids the whole entire school year.

School Uniforms

If your kids need school uniforms, never buy them from a school uniform store. They are often extremely overpriced and the quality of clothing can be lacking as well. If any store is going to hike up the price of uniforms, it will be a designated school uniform store.

Instead, shop around for your kid’s uniforms at places like Lands End, Old Navy, and Gap who all now carry great quality and affordable uniforms. Uniforms are often overlooked as a “school supply,” so make sure you consider this as a school supply. It will help you keep on track with your budget and save money on school supplies overall.

Buy From Multiple Stores

Yes, this may be a bit annoying to run from store to store, but financially speaking, it will likely be worth it. Generally, one store only has select items on sale. So you may get those pens, pencils, scissors, and pencil boxes on sale, but what about the rest of the list? Buy the things that are on sale from one store and go to another store and buy the items that are on sale there. Whatever is left over, search for stores that are likely to have the remainder of the list on sale.

Additionally, you can buy the rest of the school supply list online from websites like Amazon. These kinds of websites will have no frills and fuss and have amazing prices for school items. Even better – if you have Amazon Prime you will get free 2-day shipping.

Try the Dollar Tree

You may not associate the Dollar Tree with school supply shopping, but you can find great items at even better prices here. They will have all of the basics like pens, pencils, notebooks, erasers, scissors, glue, and tons more. Give it a shot! You will save money on school supplies and can use your savings for other things.

Walmart, Staples, and Office Max Flyers

Keep your eye on these stores flyers when August rolls around. Stores are getting ready for families who are going back to school and the sales abound. You can often find the best deals advertised in these kinds of flyers and you can use the flyers to plan out your shopping trip. Write down what you need that is on sale at each store. Then make your way to each store, stick to the list of items on sale at each store, and you will watch the savings pile up.

Lastly…

Office Max is offering $5 off a $25 purchase in store and online by either downloading the coupon from their site or using 5OFF25 at checkout online.

Walmart has 97 cent bins right by the checkout with great deals and tons of savings!

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey City

 The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey City

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityAn Interview with Founders, Daniela Sarbu & Dorota Mani And Curriculum Director, Courtney Bode

Located in the heart of the Waldo section of the Jersey City Waterfront, World of ABC, The Waldo School sets the standard for leading private education.

What inspired you to open The Waldo School, World of ABC:

Our inspiration were our children. We are two mommies who were looking for schools for both of our children. There were not many then as there are right now. We were looking for something different than what we had in the area. A school that was academically advanced but with a well rounded curriculum, with inspirational facilities that were green, sustainable and eco friendly too. We wanted chess, music, etiquette; multiple things that we could not find in the schools that were currently in the area.

We opened our doors in 2010. We found a space that was completely raw and we helped design it. We were almost at 80% capacity in our first year only. Most families enrolled here are from close neighborhoods in downtown Jersey City.

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityWhat kind of curriculum do you follow & how is it different from other schools in the area:

We use the International Baccalaureate program. It is a primary years program for kids from Pre-K to Highschool. The idea here is to promote inquiry based approach to teaching where kids are encouraged to ask questions and we use these learnings to develop a lot of our lesson plans and activities.

It’s a very student centric approach driven by the children’s’ interest. They are really invested in what they’re learning. Simultaneously we are also a little more academic than other schools. While following their interests we are also making sure we deliver targeted mathematics, language and arts, science instruction so the kids are not only learning what they are expected to know but a little more too. We also have smaller classes with lower ratios so students get the individual instruction that they need.

It’s important to add here that our children are a year ahead with their current programs, but because we make our approach fun, exciting and innovative, they s don’t even know that they are learning so much!

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityWhat extracurricular activities do you offer:

In addition to academics we believe that a child needs to be well rounded socially, emotionally and physically and because of that we offer a range of extracurricular activities that are included in our tuition. Music, swimming (with a salt water system), basketball, soccer, Spanish, art, robotics, chess are all programs that are part of our curriculum from 8.30am – 3.30pm. For extra coaching in these areas, we offer private lessons too.

Students enjoy an indoor pool and gymnasium for physical education or indoor recess.

We are in the process of opening our outdoor space in June with chess tables, hoops, picnic tables etc.

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityWhat is the student/teacher ratio in your school:

Our program runs from Infant – 3rd grade and every year we plan to open a new classroom as our kids are growing with us. In general, each classroom has about 12 students. Our ratios are as follows:

1:3 in Infants and Toddlers

1:6 in Pre-K

1:12 in KG & Up


Do you have early drop off and after care options available:

Our school day runs from 7.30am -6.00pm.

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey City

Do you provide an option for catered lunch:

We ask parents to send lunch for their kids with instructions as needed. However for parents who would like to order lunch through us, we do work with a chef who delivers meals for kids daily to our facilities. This is not included in the tuition

We do however, offer a snack at 10.00am and 3.30pm for all kids. We take into consideration all dietary restrictions.

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityDo you offer summer camp programs:

We have two summer camp programs. One program for preschoolers and second one for kindergartners and up.

Our Pre-K program is fun. A great introduction to school for kids who are new. We include academics but with summer there is a lot of outdoor time, sports and different theme based activities that we plan our days around. Interested parents can see detail on our website www.worldofabc.com.

The Elementary summer program is based on STEM so includes robotics, programing, engineering, math and science in addition to sports as well.

We open summer camp to not just the enrolled children but all kids of jersey city and beyond. Summer camp is also a good introduction for new students that are starting in September. They get acquainted with the premises and the teachers which makes for a very smooth transition for them.

The Waldo School, World of ABC in Jersey CityWhat makes you different from other schools in the area:

This school is being run by two mommies. We are not a business. We are a facility that is a home away from home for our children.They are all happy and excited. Yes, we are challenging them academically in addition to a wide range of extracurriculars but they are also learning self confidence and getting a well rounded experience.

We are also blessed with really good teachers and not to mention exceptional students! It’s important to have all the right degrees but we also choose good teachers based on their interaction with kids in the classroom.

What would you like to say to our families:

Come and see us. Our doors are always open! We make sure all our children are safe and getting the well rounded experience they need. We do everything in our power to nurture successful individuals with a strong foundation.

It is also important to note that we have a very experienced nurse on our staff at all times too.

We conduct tours for all parents on Mondays and Thursdays from 4pm-5pm. We prefer more intimate tours with fewer families on a given day so that we are able to give them more time to ask questions and listen to their concerns.

Our admissions process is also on a rolling basis. We accept applications all year around and revert to families within 3 business days on availability and next steps. We believe in open communication and transparency!

Tips for NJ Graduates with Student Debt from the Class of 2017

Tips for NJ Graduates with Student Debt from the Class of 2017

It’s graduation season, and with the excitement of caps and gowns comes a stark reality: in just a few months, many college graduates will face their first student loan payments.  For graduates of colleges and universities in New Jersey, paying student loans may be even more challenging as they face expensive housing throughout much of the state and a tight job market.  So how can you make sure that you stay on top of your student loan payments after you graduate?

Pay Interest During the Grace Period

After you graduate or otherwise leave school, most student loan lenders (private and federal) allow a six-month period of time before you make your first student loan payment.  This is known as the grace period.  During this time, you don’t have to make any payments on your student loans, but interest will continue to accrue.  At the end of the grace period, the interest that has accrued during the time that you were in school and the grace period will capitalize and will be added to the principal of your loan.  This means that your loan may increase substantially by the time that you make your first student loan payment.

One way that you can help to reduce the amount that is added to your student loan balance at the end of your grace period is to make interest payments during the grace period.  Any amount that you pay, no matter how modest, can help to offset the total amount that you owe on your loan.  If you are working, you could make much larger payments during the grace period.  If you aren’t working, you may consider using some of the money you got for graduation to pay your interest.  Any amount that you pay will help to slash the total amount that you pay on your loan — and can help you pay off your loan more quickly.

Make Extra Payments

Once you are past the grace period and are paying off your loan, consider putting additional money each month towards your student loan payments to help you get out of debt sooner.  Any extra money that you add towards the minimum amount can reduce the total amount due — and help you pay off your loans faster.

Of course, your monthly student loan payments may already be high.  New Jersey is home to some pricey private colleges, such as Drew University (at $45,552 per year), Princeton University ($43,450 per year) and Seton Hall University ($35,940 per year).  However, even an extra $50 per month — the price of one dinner out or buying a coffee instead of bringing one from home for two weeks — can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars on your student loans.  Even if you are already paying a substantial amount on your student loans, it makes sense to cut your budget to work put some extra funds towards this debt.

Refinance Your Loans

When you applied for your student loans, chances are good that you had no income and either no credit score or a low credit score.  A few years out of college, you now have an opportunity to refinance your private student loans — and save yourself money in the process.

Refinancing works by replacing multiple loans with one new loan with a lower, fixed interest rate and shorter loan term.  To be eligible, you typically need a credit score of at least 660, a steady income and a history of making regular, on-time payments.  You can refinance your federal student loans along with your private student loans, but just be aware that you will lose the protections of those loans if you do so, such as income-based repayment options.

Explore Loan Forgiveness Options

If you work in certain fields, New Jersey may help you pay off your student loans — but only if you meet certain qualifications.  The state has four separate student loan forgiveness or redemption programs available for nursing faculty, prosecutors and public defenders and primary care physicians and dentists.

For nurse faculty, New Jersey offers student loan deductions of up to $50,000 for eligible borrowers to address a shortage in this area.  The state is also offering student loan repayments of up to $1,883 for qualified prosecutors and public defenders through a federal grant, and up to $120,000 in student loan redemption for primary care providers in medically underserved areas in New Jersey.  For primary care providers, qualified professions include physicians, dentists, physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners and certified nurse midwives.

 

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ

 

An Interview with Jean-François, Center Director, The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ is located in downtown Jersey City and walking distance from Grove Street Path Station. The French American Academy opened in the former St Mary High School. Their charming 3-story building, offers 30 classrooms with bright light, warm colors and ample space. We were warmly greeted by their faculty and students. A special thank you to their center director, Jean-François, for giving us his time.

When did The French American Academy of Jersey City open it’s doors:

This school is part of a group of schools called the French American Academy founded 10 years ago. The French American Academy first opened three Pre-K classes in September 2007 in Dumont, NJ. The school has grown ever since.

We moved to a bigger campus in New Milford in Bergen County in July 2010 and shortly after  opened a second campus in Morris Plains in Morris County in September 2010. The Jersey City campus opened its doors in 2012.

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ

What kind of curriculum do you follow & how is it different from other schools in the area:

The French American Academy of Jersey City is a private bilingual school. We offer an early-start, gradual immersion, dual language (French and English) education to students from Pre-K2 through 4th grade. From Sep 2017, we are expanding to 5th grade.

In Sep 2018 we will open the Middle school in Jersey City with 6th, 7th and 8th grades with French, American & Spanish tracks. We will be accepting students from various international backgrounds and communities.


There is more emphasis on the French language in the early years (Pre-K-Kindergarten) to set up the foundations. From 1st grade, instruction in English gradually increases and by 5th grade children are spending about 60% in French and 40% in English.

Bilingualism is at the core of our curriculum and in some classes like in science, students are taught in both languages with both an American and a French teacher present in the classrooms. It’s a demanding bilingual curriculum with an emphasis on projects and investigation. In our community, we welcome children from families whether these families speak French at home, or English or another language.

Our school is accredited by both, Middle School Association on College and Schools, and the National French Ministry of Education, and is a member of New Jersey Association of Independent School.

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJWhat is the student/teacher ratio in your school: 
5:1 in Pre-K (the legal requirement is 6:1)
8:1 in Pre-K for three year old (the legal requirement is 10:1)
10:1 in Pre-K for four year old (the legal requirement is 12:1)
12:1 in Kindergarten (the legal requirement is 15:1)
16:1 in First Grade (there is no more legal obligation but the public school ratio is usually 25:1)
18:1 in Second Grade and up (there is no more legal obligation but the public school ratio is usually 25:1)

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJDo you have early drop off and after care options available:

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ school day runs from 8.30am -3.15pm. Before-school-care opens at 7:30am.
After-school-care starts at 3.15pm and ends at 6:30pm.
A bus from Bus4us company brings the students from Weehawken / Hoboken to Jersey City in the morning and take them back in the afternoon.

Do you provide an option for catered lunch:

In Jersey City we partner with Simply Gourmet. You can easily order your child’s lunch online with them or send your child with a lunch box. Their meals are nutritious, delicious, and kid friendly. Our other campuses have their own catering company. We have this planned for Jersey City too in the future.

The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJWhat extracurricular activities do you offer:

Enrichment classes typically run from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Offerings may include:
Art, Sports (Soccer, Tennis and Team Games), Hip-Hop, Music (Guitar and Piano private lessons), Chess, Cooking, Woodworking, Programming
Our Enrichment Program offers every day at least two different classes: one for older children and one for younger children.

Students also enjoy a huge inhouse  gymnasium for physical education or indoor recess.

Do you offer Summer Camp programs:

The French American Academy, Jersey City’s Summer Camp program runs for 8 weeks (end June – mid August)

We also offer mini camps in February and over Spring break.

What would you like to say to our families:

Everyone is welcomein The French American Academy, Jersey City, NJ! We also have Financial Aid budgets for qualifying families.
The French American Academy is a school of excellence and we hope you will give this gift to your child.

Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park, NJ

All about Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park, NJ

An Interview with Joanne Johnson, Director of the new and growing Kiddie Academy, Educational Child Care in Hamilton Park, NJ

Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park, NJ

 

 

 

 

When did Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park open its doors:

Our Hamilton Park location opened in July of 2016.  It has been a wonderful experience for us so far! The community has been so warm and welcoming. We love seeing our neighbors, and try to participate in as many community events as possible. It’s great to see our families out at the community events too. The majority of our families live right here in Hamilton Park! In NJ we have 4 sister sites including us; Hoboken, Hamilton Park, Florham Park and Secaucus. All of our centers are committed to providing exceptional experiences for our students and their families. While Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park may be a brand new facility, the company is grounded in roots stemming back 36 years, making us Downtown Jersey City’s newest childcare, with the oldest roots!

Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park, NJ

How many classrooms do you have here:

We have 10 classrooms and also have an indoor gymnasium.

What are the age groups of children enrolled:

We have a broad age range. We start with children as young as six weeks of age and go through Kindergarten for full time care. We also accommodate children up to the age of twelve. The older children come for winter breaks, spring breaks, before & after care and summer camp.  To secure a space, families may enroll for any age group as far as two years in advance. We do not require an application. Families can simply call in and learn about availability free of charge. We strive to make our operations as convenient as possible for our families.

What is your teacher/child ratio in your classrooms:

Our ratios vary based on the specific age group. We follow all NJ state regulations.

Do you provide an option for catered lunch:

We have a commercial kitchen at our facility.  We provide, breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack & low fat and whole milk (certified organic). Meals are prepared fresh daily using all natural, organic ingredients. For our student’s safety, the school is nut free. In the event of a student allergy and/or preference, our catering company will create meals for the child that meet their dietary restrictions.

Do you have early drop off and after care options available:

Our operating hours are from 7am through 6.30pm. Families enjoy the benefit of being able to bring their children here anytime during those hours without incurring additional charges. This is a tremendous advantage for working families that can at times have unreliable schedules or face commuting delays. By offering unrestricted schedules throughout our operating hours, we have enabled our families to use our services without fear of unnecessary late fees and avoid commuting stress.

What kind of curriculum do you follow:

Our curriculum called is called Life Essentials and is based on the 4 Pillars of Learning. Those pillars are: Technology, Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum, Character Education and Health & Fitness. The curriculum is written and developed at our corporate headquarters in Maryland and is overseen by our Curriculum Advisory Board. Board members, Dr.Rivkin, Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Rogowsky and Dr. Watson-Thompson work collaboratively to evaluate and refresh our curriculum. Refreshed curriculums are piloted for a year at a corporately owned school prior to being rolled out to our centers. This ensures that it is as finely tuned as possible by the time it comes to us.

Each teacher is able to enhance the curriculum to meet the needs and interests of their current students. Having this flexibility enables us to provide an experience that is tailored to our current student body.  Additionally, children from 6 weeks – 2 years of age receive an individualized lesson plan that is unique to them. To ensure that we are continuing to develop plans that meet our students needs and support their learning, our faculty complete developmental checklists and compile student portfolios for each child. We offer live streaming webcams in all classrooms, so parents can log in and watch as their child learns and explores! Also included are electronic daily student reports so parents are always aware of what happened during their child’s day.

What extracurricular activities do you offer:

We incorporate Spanish and American Sign Language into our curriculum. Additionally, we enhance our curriculum with a Music program called Kindermusik. Our older students also enjoy the benefits of having technology in their classrooms. Whether it’s a smart table, computer, or touch screen smart board, we teach our students how to interact with technology in a purposeful way that will support their understanding and engagement with these tools.

Do you offer a Summer Camp program:

Absolutely! All existing students are automatically enrolled in our Summer Camp. Children from the community can also enroll in the camp program. Summer camp is broken down by age group and is geared towards students 2 years through 12 years of age. Campers will experience a summer like no other! Campers enjoy field trips, camp activities and splash days! We are thrilled to launch our brand new Biological Sciences Experience this summer! Campers will have an opportunity to learn about, handle and interact with real specimens brought right to their classroom. Sharks, stingray, turtle, starfish, insects and reptiles are all of the list to be explored this summer at Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park! Enrollment is open to the community right now and will end once all spots have been filled. We urge interested families to enroll as soon as possible as space is limited.

What would you like to say to our families:

We are thrilled to be part of the community and invite you in to learn more about the services we offer. At Kiddie Academy of Hamilton Park, we are a community within a community! Many of our families have developed bonds and friendships through the school which has intern enhanced their experience living in Hamilton Park.  Our multicultural school population offers students a richly diverse learning experience that exposes them to a world beyond downtown. Our State of the Art Facility has been designed to optimally meet the needs of our student body. Our learning environment, makes the school an idyllic place for students to learn and families to come together. Our award winning faculty is at the heart of everything we do! They are among the top talent of early childhood educators in our area. We simply cannot say enough about them!  Additionally, a member of our leadership team is always on site to ensure the appropriate operations of the school and that our families always have a supervisor available to them.

We invite you to come learn more about the services we offer through a personal tour of the facility. For your convenience, tours are offered M-F 7am-6:30pm. We look forward to showing you our difference!

Check out the website: https://kiddieacademy.com

Call to schedule a tour : 201-241-4443

All about The Brunswick School in Jersey City, NJ

All about The Brunswick School in Jersey City, NJ

Quick Points: 

  • The Brunswick School in Jersey City is conveniently located in downtown JC, 2 blocks from Hamilton Park.
  • Huge parking lot for parents.
  • Citibike stand just opposite to the school.

An Interview with Jillian Hernandez; Founder of the new and growing Brunswick School

How did the Brunswick School come about? What inspired you?

We opened a year and a half ago in July of 2015. Obviously I have a passion for children in early education but my background is in Human Resources so I wanted to start a business that could make a difference in the community. I spend most of my time interacting with the teachers and making sure they are happy. If teachers are happy, children are happy and as a result parents are happy. The teachers here have a true passion for what they do…I wish I could spend more time in the classroom…but the highlight of my day is when one of the teachers brings a couple of kids in here and shows me what they’ve done.

I also recognized that there was a huge demand in this area for quality education. There are so many young families here now in Jersey City. At the time when we started building the school there were not many options…now fortunately there are a lot more options for the community which is great, as it will bring more people to Jersey City.

What is the teacher/child ratio in your school:

Under 18 mths: 1:4, 18mths – 2.5: 1:6, 2.5 & older: 1:10

But we always have extra hands and staff too.

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How many classrooms do u have in the school:

We have 11 classrooms and in the process of opening up an additional classroom and indoor playroom coming very soon. This used to be a catholic grammar school, so its nice that we can continue to expand into additional spaces that already exist within the building.

Our program starts at 6 months up to Kindergarten. We have two baby rooms, three young toddler rooms, four older toddler rooms, One Pre-K room and One Kindergarten room.

Do you provide an option for catered lunch:

Yes! Our chef is fantastic. She provides breakfast, lunch and snacks to the children. It’s all organic and super healthy (it’s busy bee organics). It’s included in the tuition.

We also teach the children about what they are eating and why.

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Do you have early drop off and after care options available:

We are open from 7 am – 7pm which is nice and convenient for parents that work and have to commute. Our core day starts at 8.30 am and ends at 4.30pm, but before that and after is before care and after care.

What kind of curriculum do you follow:

Our director Erin and I built the curriculum. We researched various different curriculums that are out there and created our own. We didn’t want to subscribe to one but take the best of all.

A lot of it is based on Arts & Crafts, Music, Movement but heavy on Academics (Math, Reading, Writing, Science, History) through utilizing different creative outlets. That’s our whole premise here..teaching the children to enjoy the process of learning. For the little ones it’s more about the socialization and maintaining a structure, trying to maintain the routine the parents have at home, here in the school.

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What extracurricular activities do you offer:

The kids get Zumba and Yoga and the older kids have Science Enrichment once a week and Spanish a few times a week. We also have Rockasorri coming in once a week for Music. We also have an outdoor play area and we take them out twice a day.

Do you offer Summer Camp programs:

Yes, we do have a summer program. Most of the spots go to siblings that aren’t in the school. Our summer camp is separate from regular school. We have a separate classroom for summer and it’s more fun based with field trips, visits at Hudson Play etc. And the kids are older. Enrollment for camp is open and we ask for a two week minimum.

How do you foster Diversity?

We celebrate every holiday and ask parents to come in and celebrate with us. Our teachers are from different nationalities and backgrounds and they also help us carry things out like that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In your opinion, what sets your school apart from others?

-We have the best teachers, they are just amazing human beings that care with great educational backgrounds and are certified.

-Our Food! These kids eat better than most of Jersey City! Super healthy and organic.The chef makes sure they are getting a balanced diet between what they like, fruits and vegetables. We also take care of dietary restrictions.

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Public Schools in Jersey City

Public Schools in Jersey City

The Jersey City Public School system offers a diverse array of schools. They have fourteen elementary Schools, thirteen grammar schools and four middle schools.
Public Schools in Jersey City
Elementary Public Schools in Jersey City:
FRANK R. CONWELL SCHOOL – PS 3
Principal Darren Mischel
Assistant Principal Dr. Vincent E. Castro
111 Bright Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office-201-915-6100
Fax-201-413-5118JOTHAM W. WAKEMAN SCHOOL – PS 6
Principal Nicholas A. Capodice
Assistant Principal Joseph Apruzzese
100 St. Paul’s Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-714-4310
Fax-201-659-5992CHARLES E. TREFURT SCHOOL – PS 8
Principal Marisa Migliozzi
Assistant Principal Todd Bolsius
96 Franklin Street
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Office-201-714-4320
Fax-201-653-7274

OLLIE CULBRETH, JR. SCHOOL – PS 14
Principal Sharon Abbruscato
Assistant Principal Christopher DeNunzio
153 Union Street
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6430
Fax-201-333-7255

WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR. SCHOOL – PS 15
Principal Michelle West
Assistant Principal Frank Borroto
135 Stegman Street
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-369-3724
Fax-201-433-6939

CORNELIA F. BRADFORD SCHOOL – PS 16
Principal Terry Watkins-Williams
Anti-Bullying Specialist: Scott Sigler
96 Sussex Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office-201-915-6450
Fax-201-915-0724

DR. MAYA ANGELOU –  PS 20
Principal Maritza Rodriguez-Dortrait
Assistant Principal – Wes Heinel
239 Ocean Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-369-2630

REVEREND DR. ERCEL F. WEBB SCHOOL – PS 22
Principal Oscar Velez
Assistant Principal Janine Anderson
264 Van Horne Street
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6480
Fax-201-521-0909

NICOLAUS COPERNICUS SCHOOL – PS 25
Principal Diane Pistilli
Assistant Principal Dianne O’Connell
3385 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Office-201-714-4340
Fax-201-222-0949

GLADYS NUNERY SCHOOL – PS 29
Principal Cara Szeles
123 Claremont Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6520
Fax-201-433-2920

ALEXANDER D. SULLIVAN SCHOOL – PS 30
Principal Joseph Cordero
Assistant Principal Martha Osei-Yaw
171 Seaview Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6530
Fax-201-332-7147

ANTHONY J. INFANTE SCHOOL – PS 31
Principal Ann L. Beirne
3055 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-714-4370
Fax-201-659-7711

DR. PAUL RAFALIDES SCHOOL – PS 33
Principal Frank Piccillo
362 Union Street
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6540
Fax-201-433-4232

GERARD J. DYNES – N.J. REGIONAL DAY SCHOOL
Principal Colleen Henry
425 Johnston Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6165
Fax-201-433-4401

Public Schools in Jersey City
Grammar Schools:

DR. MICHAEL CONTI SCHOOL – PS 5
Principal John Rivero
Assistant Principal Alan LaMonica
182 Merseles Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office-201-714-4300
Fax-201-659-5717

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. SCHOOL – PS 11
Principal Cleopatra Wingard
Assistant Principal Mary Truesdale
886 Bergen Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-915-6521
Fax-201-418-8582

JULIA A. BARNES SCHOOL – PS 12
Principal Annie Graham
Assistant Principal Tom Macagnano
91 Astor Place
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6420
Fax-201-333-7316

JOSEPH H. BRENSINGER SCHOOL – PS 17
Principal Robert Brower
Assistant Principal Margaret Critelli
600 Bergen Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6120
Fax-201-434-2824

MAHATMA K. GANDHI SCHOOL – PS 23 ANNEX
Principal Peter Mattaliano
Assistant Principal Cynthia Small
143 Romaine Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-915-6490
Fax-201-435-8514

CHAPLAIN CHARLES WATTERS SCHOOL – PS 24
Principal Rosalyn Barnes
Assistant Principal Aleya Shoieb
220 Virginia Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07304
Office-201-915-6510
Fax-201-433-3150

ALFRED E. ZAMPELLA SCHOOL – PS 27
Principal Dr. Joseph Galano
Assistant Principal Maryann McKenzie
201 North Street
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Office-201-714-4350
Fax-201-420-9082

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE SCHOOL – PS 28
Principal Dr. Janet I. Elder
Assistant Principal Gillian Matos
Assistant Principal Patrick Holness
Assistant Principal Gillian Matos
167 Hancock Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Office-201-714-4360
Fax-201-656-0225

PUBLIC SCHOOL NUMBER 34
Principal Shante Jones
Assistant Principal Paulette Bailey
1830 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6550
Fax-201-915-6553

RAFAEL DE J. CORDERO SCHOOL – PS 37
Principal Marvin A. Strynar
Assistant Principal Sergio Cabrera
158 Erie Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office- 201-714-4390
Fax- 201-222-9055

JAMES F. MURRAY SCHOOL – PS 38
Principal Sandra Jones
Assistant Principal Hani Ileya
Assistant Principal Kathy Brantley-Busby
339 Stegman Parkway
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6620
Fax-201-333-6044

DR. CHARLES P. DEFUCCIO SCHOOL – PS 39
Principal Dawn Reynolds
Assistant Principal: Tyrone Bates
214 Plainfield Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-915-6560

MARTIN CENTER for the ARTS
Principal Glenda Jennings
Assistant Principal Robert O’Connor
59 Wilkinson Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6590
Fax-201-915-6596

Public Schools in Jersey City

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Public Schools in Jersey City:  Middle Schools: 

FRANK R. CONWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL – MS 4
Principal Joanna Veloz
Assistant Principal Lissa Santiago
Assistant Principal Troy Smith
107 Bright Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office-201-946-5740
Fax-201-209-1293

FRANKLIN L. WILLIAMS SCHOOL – MS 7
Principal Edwin Rivera
Assistant Principal Dr. Marie Stringile
Assistant Principal Jaimie Barnaskas
222 Laidlaw Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Office-201-714-8343/8344
Fax-201-659-6457

EZRA L NOLAN SCHOOL – MS 40
Principal Francine Luce
88 Gates Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6570
Fax-201-369-3749

ACADEMY I MIDDLE SCHOOL
Principal Grace Moriarty
209 Bergen Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Office-201-915-6500
Fax-201-435-9224

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Public Schools In Jersey City – Student to Teacher ratios in the classroom

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Best PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey City

 

Pre Schools/day Cares in Jersey City

Best PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey CityThe French American Academy 

The French American Academy offers an early-start, gradual immersion, dual language education to students from Nursery through 5th grade. The Middle School (6th to 8th grade) will open in 2016.

The FAA has three campuses in New Jersey : New Milford, Morris Plains and Jersey City.

Website: www.faacademy.org

209 Third Street, NJ 07302

Please register for a tour at [email protected]         

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The Brunswick School Best PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey City

The Brunswick School is getting closer and closer to announcing its opening date! While we complete our finishing touches and finalize some more Open Information Sessions and Open House dates, we invite all inquiring families to schedule a private appointment with our director to hear details about our entire program! Work long hours?

We have availability weekday evenings and weekends to better accommodate your busy schedule! Email [email protected] or call (201) 420-1550 today to schedule your one on one session to find out why The Brunswick School is the school for you!

189 Brunswick Street,Jersey City, Nj 07302, ph.201-420-1550

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World of ABC, The Waldo School

 159 2nd Street & 110 1st Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
World of ABC, The Waldo School sets the standard for leading private education! By adopting and developing a highly innovative international curriculum, our students are encouraged to explore and flourish while discovering and developing new talents. Our students are inspired to grow as individuals, with no child forced to ascribe to one specific mold, through equal emphasis on all disciplines and opportunities to explore concepts at his or her own pace. To schedule a tour of our schools and learn more about our programs, call 201-963-5555 today!

Website: http://www.thebrunswickschool.com

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EARLY BEGINNINGS DAY SCHOOL

http://earlybeginningsdayschool.com/

338 Grove Street

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 918-5623


WATERFRONT MONTESSORI

http://www.waterfrontmontessori.com/

150 Warren St #108

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 333-5600

World Of ABC/The Waldo School


Best PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey CitySMART START ACADEMY

462 Central Ave

Jersey City, NJ 07307

(201) 461-6161

http://smart-startacademy.com/

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BRIGHT HORIZONS

http://child-care-preschool.brighthorizons.com/NJ/JerseyCity/plaza3jc/

152 Plaza 3, Jersey City , NJ 07311
(201) 433-6370

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ALL SAINTS DAY SCHOOLBest PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey City

http://www.allsaintsdayschool.org/page

707 Washington St.

Hoboken, NJ 07030

(201) 792-0736

Best PreSchools and day Cares in Jersey CityViaquenti Preschool 

285 Newark Ave,

Jersey City, NJ 07302

http://www.viaquenti.com

Viaquenti Preschool is delighted to be serving children 4 months – 1st grade at two convenient locations in downtown Jersey City!

Our programs strive to enrich students by developing active learners with an international focus.

Offering bilingual studies and Spanish Immersion afterschool programs.

Now enrolling for 2015-2016 academic year AND our exciting Summer Camp Program!

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The Kaplan Cooperative Preschool 

www.kaplancooperativepreschool.org

115 Park Avenue – Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

201- 653-8666

[email protected]

The Kaplan Cooperative Preschool is part of the United Synagogue of Hoboken.  We are a Jewish preschool open to families of all faiths, and committed to providing play-based, high-quality early childhood education to all children.                                                                               

PRIMARY PREP

http://www.primaryprep.com/

41 Tuers Ave

Jersey City, NJ 07306

(201) 333-8844

The Scandinavian School of Jersey City

210 9th Street

Jersey City, 07306

(917) 536-7911

www.scandischool.com

Kindergarten: http://scandischool.com/?page_id=1259

email: [email protected]

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STEVENS COOPERATIVE SCHOOL

http://www.stevenscoop.org/

301 Garden St,

Hoboken, NJ 07030

(201) 792-3688

THE GARDEN PRESCHOOL COOPERATIVE

http://gardenpreschool.org/

242 10th St # 5

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 309-0440

HAMILTON PARK MONTESSORI PARK

www.hamiltonparkmontessori.com

1 McWilliams Pl #206

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 533-1910

HUDSON MONTESSORI SCHOOL

http://hudsonmontessori.net/

10 Regent Street,

Jersey City, New Jersey 07302

(201) 516-0700

BELOVED COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL

http://belovedccs.org/

508 Grand St

Jersey City, NJ 07304

(201) 744-9775

  Smart Start Academy

SSA accept infants 6 weeks old and up till age 5 years

They offer 2 day program ( t/th)
3 days program (m/w/f)
5 days program (m-f)
Half day program until 12:30 pm 5 days a week

After school program is called  “social enrichment program” (3:30pm -7 pm)

SSA follow the creative curriculum now Reggio Emila Approach

Smart Start Academy
552 9TH ST
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 461-6363

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Apple Montessori Schools Hoboken

www.applemontessorischools.com

Two locations: 1055 Maxwell Lane & 221 River Street

201-963-4949

For over 40 years, Apple Montessori Schools have set exceptional standards for early childhood and elementary education. Nurturing the unique potential of each child is the core of all we do.

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Tessa International School

Tessa International School is a new school, opening in Hoboken in 2016, which welcomes children from preschool to kindergarten.

Your children will receive a world-class education based on the most successful international models, enabling them to thrive in the increasingly global 21st century.

Our curriculum includes French or Spanish immersion tracks, delivered by experienced and caring educators who consider the whole child.

 

Meet the Head of School and learn more about Tessa’s curriculum and admissions process, by signing up for an upcoming Open House session or by contacting us:

Tessa International School is conveniently located in the heart of Hoboken, in the Monroe Center: 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030.

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THE GOLDEN DOOR CHARTER SCHOOL

http://www.goldendoorschool.org/

3044 John F Kennedy Blvd W

Jersey City, NJ 07306

(201) 795-4400

OLC SCHOOL

http://www.olcschool.org/

248 Luis Marin Boulevard

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 434-2405