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Montclair Public Schools Board of Education
22 Valley Rd, Montclair, NJ 07042
The Montclair Public School Board of Education is a magnet school district with 11 schools in Montclair. The schools inMore this district are Bradford, Glenfield, Charles H. Bullock, Edgemont, Hillside, Montclair High, Mount Hebron, Northeast, Nishuane, Watchung, Renaissance at Rand, and the Development Learning Center. Public school board meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of the month at 7:30pm. Residents can also write to the board about any personal concerns. Visit the website to view a calendar of events, as well as approved meeting minutes.
Evangelical Covenant Church of Montclair
17 Valley Rd, Montclair, NJ 07042
Pastor Rev. Daniel Shaw leads this small, independent church. Evangelical Covenant Church is located across fromMore the Montclair Board of Education, just off of Bloomfield Avenue. The church offers two services on Sundays.
Immaculate Conception High School
33 Cottage Pl, Montclair, NJ 07042
Immaculate Conception High School is a Roman Catholic coeducational college preparatory school that is administered byMore the Sisters of Charity and laity and governed by its own Board of Trustees. It emphasizes the development of strong moral values in addition to a strong academic education. Students wishing to attend the school are required to pass an entrance exam.
IMANI College Advocacy Center
73 S Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042
The Improving Montclair Achievement Network Initiative (IMANI) College Advocacy Center has a partnership with theMore Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence and the Montclair Board of Education. IMANI's goal is to help Montclair students achieve their college goals by working with Montclair High School's guidance department. The center provides one-on-one counseling, help filling out financial assistance forms, personalized checklists for the college application process, and other services. The center also offers a summer academic program designed to ease the transition to high school for incoming freshmen. The IMANI center has helped hundreds of minority students achieve their goal of getting into college.