Montclair Public Schools Board of Education 22 Valley Rd, Montclair, NJ07042 The Montclair Public School Board of Education is a magnet school district with 11 schools in Montclair. The schools in…More 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.
Montclair High School 100 Chestnut St, Montclair, NJ07042 Montclair High School is a large, urban, bustling school, which offers technical, vocational, and other education…More services, in addition to a traditional academic curriculum. The school is known for its vast range of AP offerings. A significant number of graduates go on to Ivy League or top-tier colleges and universities.
Montclair Cooperative School 65 Chestnut St, Montclair, NJ07042 Montclair Cooperative School is an independent cooperative school that teaches about 200 children from nursery through…More 8th grade. Founded in 1963, the school offers grades only to 7th and 8th graders in order to prepare them for high school. The other children are given descriptive assessments. The non-profit school works hard to know and encourage every single student individually.
IMANI College Advocacy Center 73 S Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ07042 The Improving Montclair Achievement Network Initiative (IMANI) College Advocacy Center has a partnership with the…More 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.
Church of The Immaculate Conception 30 N Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ07042 This spacious Catholic church is located just off of Bloomfield Avenue. Pastor Joseph A. Scarangella believes in serving…More the spiritual, educational and charitable needs of the Montclair community. The church is home to a pre-school, an elementary school and a high school; all are open to both Catholic and non-Catholic students.
Essex Park Chestnut St & Essex Ave, Montclair, NJ07042 Essex Park is situated on 41 Chestnut St., Montclair, NJ and is adjacent to the Essex Park Pool and…More ice skating rink. It is mostly characterized by its sports and recreational facilities. These facilities are used often by gym classes and athletic teams from Montclair High School. The facilities include slides and swings and picnic tables, a swimming pool, a soccer field, a running track and an ice skating rink.
Junior League of Montclair-Newark 40 S Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ07042 The Junior League of Montclair-Newark is composed of women who are committed to promoting volunteerism, while also…More developing the potential of women in the community. The organization participates in a variety of outreach projects, including recognizing high school students who have participated in community projects, collecting gently used items for local community groups, as well as hosting a variety of fundraisers throughout the year including a three-day shopping boutique in the spring. Each fall, the Junior League welcomes a new group of extraordinary women to its "Provisional Class."
College Women's Club Booksale Headquarters 26 Park St, Montclair, NJ07042 Located on Park Street in Montclair, the College Women's Club Booksale Headquarters is a space for the College Women's…More Club twice-yearly book sales. All of the sales' proceeds go to fund scholarships for local high school senior girls.