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Bergenfield District and Curriculum

The district serves nearly 4,000 students who attend school at one of the five elementary schools, one middle school and one high school operated by the district. Bergenfield students are provided opportunities at all grade levels to participate in learning that prepares them to be highly successful, self-directed, lifelong learners. The Bergenfield Public Schools ensures that this mission is fulfilled by developing curricula that meet or exceed the standards set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards. With many educational opportunities that focus on college and career development, students in Bergenfield complete their secondary education with all the tools they need to lead a successful life.

We currently cover the following Bergenfield-area school district: Bergenfield Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bergenfield District Curriculum

Curriculum development in the Bergenfield Public Schools is driven by two guidelines. The Common Core Standards outline content taught in math and language arts. Student learning in health and physical education, world languages, 21st century life and careers, technology, visual and performing arts, science and social studies is directed by the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

Bergenfield’s social studies curriculum focuses not only on an appreciation for and understanding of historical events, but also on developing an appreciation for other cultures and preparing students for active citizenship in the 21st Century. Students evaluate civics, government and human rights in terms of what makes laws good or bad. They are challenged to identify issues in their community and develop a plan to address the problem with the support of local leaders. Students learn the value of advocacy, and develop projects that allow them to act on behalf of populations that have a diminished voice.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bergenfield Educational News

  • Bergenfield High School Among Nation’s Best - Bergenfield High School was recently named by the Washington Post as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation. The designation is a result of the school’s efforts to have each student take at least one AP class and pass the AP exam with a score of at least 3+.
  • Bergenfield Schools Receive National Recognition - Having diverse educational programs that encourage community involvement and advance student learning has earned the Bergenfield Public Schools a 1st Place Magna Award. The awards recognize districts with exceptional academic performance.
  • Bergenfield Schools Ranked Highly for Technology - The Digital School District Survey has named Bergenfield Public Schools as one of the ten best in the nation for its use of technology in instruction and communication with parents and students. Bergenfield placed 8th among mid-sized districts.

Bergenfield Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Tips for Choosing a Vocational School

Attending a vocational or career school is an excellent choice for many high school graduates. Vocational education has the benefit of being less expensive and requiring less time to complete a degree or certificate program. But choosing the right vocational school requires some diligence. Some schools have a track record of lying to students about the programs they offer and the cost of getting one’s degree or certificate. As well, some schools have advertised themselves as being accredited institutions when they are not. Before committing time, energy and money to attending a vocational school, make sure you do your homework. Check to see what credentials the school has. What governing body is the school accredited by? Also do a quick Internet search of the school. What are past graduates saying? Does the school seem to have a good reputation? Another good idea is to talk to your school’s guidance counselor. They will likely have information about a school’s reputation, and if not, they will know where to get it.