According to Hoboken High School's mission statement, the school aims to "prepare our students to become stakeholders…More in a changing and complex society." In order to do so, the school offers the 2-year International Baccalaureate Programme, as well as theater, art and music electives.
In 2008 the school met the "Adequate Yearly Progress" requirement under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Principal of the school, Dr. Lorraine Cella, recently announced her resignation of the school.
A. J. Demarest Alternative School aims to provide its students with an opportunity to succeed both inside and outside…More the classroom. Classes are small, and the school offers a flexible curriculum with subjects such as cosmetology and culinary arts.
Demarest High School also offers a Structured Learning Experience (SLE), which helps students with applying for jobs, writing cover letters and resumes and other career related issues. The SLE is especially geared toward seniors who are looking for jobs.
Before Hoboken High School was opened, Demarest was the main high school in Hoboken. Now it functions as an alternative junior high and high school.
Frank Sinatra attended the school, but dropped out.
CVS Pharmacy 811 Clinton St, Hoboken, NJ07030 This location of the pharmacy chain is conveniently located across from the Hoboken High School. It includes…More an in-house pharmacist and photo development center. The pharmacy carries toys, health and beauty products, food and medicine.
Columbus Park (County Park) Clinton St & 8th St, Hoboken, NJ07030 This park is located between 9th and 10th streets, across the street from Hoboken High School. The park features a…More basketball court, tennis courts and a playground. A large statue of the park's namesake, Christopher Columbus, stands in the middle of the park.
The Salvatore Calabro Elementary School is one of Hoboken's public elementary schools. The school has a diverse…More student body. According to the 2008 No Child Left Behind report cards, Calabro Elementary didn't reach its adequate yearly progress for the second year in a row.
Attendance is high at the school, hovering around 93 percent, which is just a bit lower than the state average which is around 94 percent.
Discovering Other Options is a nonprofit organization whose primary goal is to send Hoboken High School juniors to…More summer learning programs at local colleges and universities. Founded and run by Hoboken resident Vanessa Falco, the organization has sent students to Seton Hall, Rutgers, FIT and other institutions to study subjects, such as music, investment and fashion design.
Discovering Other Options relies on donations from local businesses and citizens to operate. Visit its Web site to contribute, or if you have a child interested in the program.