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Bergen County Schools

Bergen County School Information

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There are many compelling reasons why families choose to live Bergen County. At the top of the list is the Bergen County School System.

Bergen County Schools are known nationwide for their excellence. Students from Bergen County Schools continuously achieve high rankings in standardized tests and the majority of high school graduates from Bergen County High Schools go on to attend college.

The exemplary schooling in Bergen County starts early on;

Bergen County Elementary Schools are outstanding. The highest ranked elementary school in Bergen County is Ralph S. Maugham, part of the Tenafly School System; it received a rating of 9 out of 10 from greatschools.org and has a student to teacher ratio of 16:1.

Bergen County also boasts renowned middle schools and high schools. For example, Tenafly High School is one of the top high schools in New Jersey and 96% of its graduates continue on to college. You can quickly and easily review the statistics on Bergen County High Schools with our comparative table. In addition to the public schools in Bergen County, it is also home to some of the best private schools in the country.

Read more below for school information by Bergen County town.

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Tenafly Schools

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Tenafly Public Schools serve 3,680 students, with four primary schools, a middle school, and a high school, which was named by New Jersey Monthly in 1996 as the best in the state. Tenafly boasts a broad range of advanced placement and honors courses, including an interdepartmental humanities honors class which focuses on the historical and cultural development of Western civilization. More than 95% of graduates go on to higher education. Another noteworthy aspect of the school system is its music program, which runs from kindergarten through graduation. There is also a gifted and talented kids program called the Talent Bank, where volunteer boost classroom programs with their practical experience.

Important! As of June 19 2006 the assignments of children to elementary schools will no longer be based on a geographical residence as was the case up to then. Children will be assigned to an elementary school based on the capacity fulfilment of each school so as not to have one elementary school over crowded while the capacity of another school is under fulfilled.

Proof of Tenafly Residency – All Tenafly residents who are registering new students for the first time must verify their residency at the Superintendent’s office. A List of Identifying documents is required. Click here for the list. Once residence has been established a copy of the notarized Certificate of Residency form and of all the submitted documents will be sent to the school secretaries.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1814

Private Schools

Korean School of New Jersey 201-568-9020

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Alpine Schools

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The Alpine Public School, is a K-8 community school district serving a total of 142 students at the Alpine School. The district’s students attend Tenafly High School in Tenafly for grades 9 – 12, as part of a sending / receiving relationship.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1861

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Bergenfield Schools

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Bergenfield Public Schools serve students, with five primary schools, a middle school, and a high school with their practical experience.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1418


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Closter Schools

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Closter Public Schools is governed by the Board of Education. The Closter school system has some 900 students, spread among grades kindergarten through 8. Closter has a low ratio of teachers to students, about 1 to 15. Closter High School students attend Northern Valley Regional High School in Demarest, which was ranked 19th among New Jersey Schools. 94% of the school’s graduates go on to higher education. With computers and Internet access, the high school is one of the most technologically advanced in the country, receiving the Blue Ribbon honors in technology.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1757


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Cresskill Schools

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Cresskill Public Schools comprise of three schools, organized on a K-6 and 7-12 basis. Edward H Bryan School and Merritt Elementary School house grades kindergarten through six. The Junior/Senior High School houses grades seven though twelve. The district is governed by a Board of Education and administered by a Superintendent of Schools, a School Business Administrator, and three principals. The staff comprised of teachers, child study team specialists, area supervisors, nurses, secretaries, and custodians, totals 180.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1655


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Demarest Schools

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The Demarest school system is a compelling reason for families with children to make their home in the borough. The district operates three elementary schools, each with an uncommonly low student-teacher ratio. Demarest teenagers attend Northern Valley Regional High School, which was ranked 19th in the state by New Jersey Monthly magazine. The school serves some 1000 students.Placement classes in U.S. and European history, biology, chemistry, physics, calculus, Spanish, English literature and composition, and economics are offered. 94 percent of high-school graduates go on to attend college.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1757

Parochial Schools:
St. Joseph’s R.C. School, 201-768-5534
Academy of the Holy Angels, 201-768-7822
Special Education: Child Study Team: 201-768-6060


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Englewood Schools

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Public Schools
The Englewood Public School District serves students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1467


Private Schools
Englewood is the home to a number of private schools. Dwight-Englewood School has 935 students in preschool through twelfth grade. Elisabeth Morrow School serves 462 students in preschool through eighth grade. Moriah School of Englewood is a Jewish day school with nearly 1,000 students in preschool through eighth grade.



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Englewood Cliffs Schools

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Public Schools

The Englewood Cliffs Public School District offers a complete, quality program of education for all of its children, grades K-8 in its two schools. A warm, nurturing, child-centered environment exists at both the North Cliff School and the Upper School.
For high school Englewood Cliffs kids have the option to go to Englewood Dwight Morrow High or to one of the private schools



Private Schools
Englewood is the home to a number of private schools. Dwight-Englewood School has 935 students in preschool through twelfth grade. Elisabeth Morrow School serves 462 students in preschool through eighth grade. Moriah School of Englewood is a Jewish day school with nearly 1,000 students in preschool through eighth grade.


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Fort Lee Schools

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Public Schools
The Fort Lee School District serves students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Schools in the district include four K-6 elementary schools Fort Lee Middle School (grades 7 and 8) and Fort Lee High School [1] (grades 9-12).


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1636


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Harrington Park Schools

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Harrington Park Public Schools


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1710


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Haworth Schools

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The Haworth Public Schools serve 513 students in grades K through 8. Students in grades 9-12 attend Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest in Demarest, which serves students from Closter, Demarest and Haworth.


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1757


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Leonia Schools

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The Leonia Public Schools serve students in Kindergarten Twelfth grade. Enrollment in the district is 1,752, of which, 289 are Edgewater students in grades 7-12. An Early Childhood Learning Center is available for 4-year olds. This tuition-based program provides a half-day of academic activities to prepare children for kindergarten.
The district has 175 classroom teachers and 23 educational support personnel. Average class size in all 3 schools is 21 students. The budget for 2005-2006 is $21,454,000.00.
The Leonia High School Academy for Pharmacy, Medicine and Technology is in its third year. The academy prepares students for careers in the medical field. Leonia High School’s graduation requirements are among the most rigorous in the state. The school has nine periods per day with no study halls.

Public Schools


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1615


Private Schools
St. John’s Catholic School Broad Avenue and Harrison Street 201-944-4361
Parochial education pre-K to grade 8, September-June
Porat Ben Josef Yeshiva 150 Grand Avenue 201-242-4877
Toddler to grade 2, September-June


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Norwood Schools

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The town of Norwood has one elementary school K-8. Its students continue to high school in the Northern Valley Regional in Old Tappan.

Public Schools


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1710


Private Schools
Holy Family School 200 Summit St Norwood (201) 768-1605 K-8


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Old Tappan Schools

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Old Tappan Public Schools


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1710

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Teaneck Schools

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The Teaneck Public Schools system includes four elementary schools, two middle shcools and one high school.

Public Schools


The combined average SAT score for 2012-13 is 1387


Central Administrative Offices One Merrison Street (201) 833-5508

Private Schools

Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School (for Girls) 1650 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck, 201-833-4307 Grades: 9 – 12
Schecter Regional High School 800 Broad Street, Teaneck, 201-837-8357 Grades: 9 – 12
Sinai School for Boys 1600 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck, 201-862-0032 Grades: 9 – 12 boys
Sinai Special Needs Institute 1650 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck, 201-833-9220 Grades: 9-12 Solomon Schechter Regional High School 800 Broad Street, Teaneck, 201-837-8357
Conservative Jewish co-educational college preparatory Opens with 9th grade in Sept. 2003
Torah Academy of Bergen County www.tabc.org 1600 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck, 201-837-7696 Grades: 9 – 12 boys The Torah Academy is a Jewish Orthodox College preparatory high school for boys.
Yeshiva Gedolah of Teaneck 1443 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck, 201-833-5920 Grades: Post high school, Talmudical School

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Gifted & Talented Kids Resources

When a child is gifted or talented, the parents are faced with the decision of which environment will be the best to offer the academic challenges needed for that child. Bergen County is probably one of the best places nationwide, to raise gifted or talented kids. Its schools & other academic institutions, offer a large variety of specially geared programs in the sciences, arts & liberal arts. The availability of such programs, helps creating a satisfying and challenging learning experience for these gifted & talented kids.

Here are some links to websites of special programs,camps & resources offered to gifted & talented children: