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.
The Hoboken Charter School can be found on the third floor of a large school building on the corner of Fourth and…More Garden Street. The school has been open since 1998, a year after the charter was approved.
It is a public school and students are accepted based on a lottery. The lottery usually takes place mid-January.
The Brandt School enrolls preschool and kindergarten aged students.
According to the New Jersey…More Department of Education, The Brandt School embraces the "Comer School Development Program for Whole School Reform to raise the academic achievement of all children through the Core Curriculum Content Standards."
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.
Stevens Cooperative School 301 Garden St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Stevens Cooperative School is a progressive education school for grades 2 through 8 with a campus located on Garden…More Street. Stevens, which has been in operation since 1949, currently enrolls 385 students from a diverse array of backgrounds. Visit the website for detailed information about the school and its various programs.
All Saints Episcopal Day School 707 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Founded in 1985, All Saints Episcopal Day School is a private elementary school located on Washington Street in Hoboken.…More The school accepts students of all faiths from kindergarten through eighth grade, offering a strong academic, physical education, art and community service curriculum.
The Hudson School is a private middle and high school that serves grades 5-12 and provides a rigorous college…More preparatory education. The school offers classes in many subjects including language arts, science, math, philosophy, and foreign languages such as French, German, Spanish and Japanese. Two years of Latin classes are required in order to graduate. Students are also required to complete 20 hours of community service before graduation.
The school was founded in 1978 by current principal Suellen Newman, with the financial assistance of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.
The school day begins at 8:30am. High school students, with their parents' permission are free to eat lunch off campus so long as it is nearby.
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.
Hoboken Montessori School 158 14th St, Hoboken, NJ07030 The Hoboken Montessori School is a private school for children ages 2 to 6 years old. All curricula at Montessori school…More is based on Dr. Maria Montessori's philosophy that "finding one’s place in the world, finding work that is meaningful and fulfilling, and developing the inner peace and depth of soul that allows us to love are the most important goals in life." There are programs available for toddlers, primary and kindergarten, and admissions guidelines are available at the school's website.
Cortiva Institute 2 Hudson Pl, Hoboken, NJ07030 Cortiva Institute, a massage therapy school, has its corporate offices at this location. Nationwide, there are 11…More Cortiva schools, all accredited.
Thomas G. Connors Primary School 201 Monroe St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Thomas G. Connors Primary School is one of the three primary schools in Hoboken and offers a diverse academic…More curriculum. Japanese was recently added as a way to introduce its student to world languages. Spanish is taught to all students in grades K-8. Connors also offers several after school programs, including a Theater Arts Program, which aims to enhance speaking skills and enhance social confidence. The Violin Program for students in grades 3-6 and a yoga program for students in grades K-6.
Hoboken School of Music 720 Monroe St, Hoboken, NJ07030 The Hoboken School of Music caters to students of all ages with violin, piano, guitar, drums and flute lessons. It was…More founded by Julliard graduate Dr. Yi Li Lin.
The Hoboken Board of Education consists of nine people under the leadership of a superintendent. The board has six…More traditional public schools in its district, from pre-K through grade 12.
The Board holds bimontly meetings on Tuesday at 7pm as well as special meetings at one of the district's schools.
Peter E. Carter was named Hoboken's interim superintendent of schools in July 2009. His predecessor Jack Raslowsky went on to be principal at a school in Manhattan.
Mandarin Together, Fun 601 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ07030 Mandarin Together, Fun is a special school designed to teach children and adults, Mandarin and Chinese Culture. The…More programs of the school are designed by a team of native Mandarin speakers and experienced teachers with degrees from Chinese Universities. The school offers two courses. While CHL caters to students from Chinese heritage, CSL is for students interested in Mandarin.
The Elysian Charter School was one of the first public charter schools in New Jersey when it opened its doors in…More 1997. The K-8 school focuses on hands-on and cooperative learning, and keeps class sizes to a maximum of 16 students per class.
The admissions process is handled by an enrollment coordinator in partnership with the Elysian Charter School Outreach Committee (which is comprised of parents, staff and board members), the administration and the Board of Trustees. The coordinator oversees the issuing of lottery numbers, conducts tours and open houses, and plans the end of year orientation for incoming students and their families.