Morristown-Beard School 70 Whippany Rd, Morristown, NJ07960 Morristown Beard is a private, co-educational school serving grades 6 through 12. Classes are divided into a middle…More school and an upper school. The centerpiece of its attractive campus is Beard Hall, built in 1896. The present school resulted from the merger of two historic institutions, Miss Beard's School For Girls and The Morristown School For Boys, both established in 1891. Morristown Beard School is known for its high academic standards and strong athletic program.
Morris Plains School District Business Office 500 Speedwell Ave, Morris Plains, NJ07950 The District Business Office for the Morris Plains School District operates at the same location as the Borough…More Elementary School. This administrative office handles the management of Borough Elementary School and Mountain Way School. It is also the office of the Superintendent and the administrative headquarters for all district wide school functions.
Normandy Park School is a multi-age magnet school drawing students from throughout the Morris School District. It…More serves students from kindergarten through grade 5. Multi-age schools differ from traditional schools in that classes consists of children from more than one age or grade level.
The school's motto is "Building a community of lifelong learners." Normandy Park School has a Sunrise/Sunset program, operated by the Morris School District Community School, which allows children to arrive early and stay late for supervised activities and study.
Frelinghuysen School is a middle school serving students in grades 6 through 8 who live in either Morristown or…More Morris Township. When these students move up to the high school level, they are joined by Morris Plains students at Morristown High School.
Frelinghuysen School is located on a sprawling piece of land, surrounded by athletic fields. The school offers a wide variety of sports teams, clubs and seasonal activities.
Sussex Avenue School sits back from the road on a wide piece of land that was once part of a large Colonial-era…More estate. It is one of three elementary schools in the Morris School district that serve grades 3 through 5. The other two are Alexander Hamilton School and Thomas Jefferson School, both located in Morristown.
There were 314 students at Sussex Avenue School during the 2009-2010 school year. The average class size during that period was 19.2.
Sunrise and Sunset programs, allowing children to arrive early and stay late, are both offered. The principal of Sussex School is Mr. Peter Frazzano.
Regional Day School 5 Jean St, Morristown, NJ07960 This special education school uses a mix of home schooling and in-class vocational training to bring out the best in its…More students. The school specializes in teaching students with acute to severe mental disabilities. For more information about the available programs, call the Regional Day School during regular business hours.
Woodland School 51 Johnston Dr, Morristown, NJ07960 Woodland School is an elementary school for students in kindergarten through second grade. In addition to its standard…More curriculum, it offers art, music, physical education, world languages, science, computers and closed-circuit broadcasting classes. The school, whose principal is David Gidich, is part of the Morris School District.
There are two schools in the Morris Plains school district: the Mountain Way School (K-2) and the Borough…More School (3-8). Public school students from Morris Plains attend school in town from kindergarten through the eighth grade. In ninth grade through 12th grade, they join students from Morristown and Morris Township at Morristown High School.
The Mountain Way School, 205 Mountain Way, Morris Plains, NJ. Phone: 973-538-0339 Fax:973-538-0405.