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Saddle Brook District and Curriculum

Most K-12 students in Saddle Brook, New Jersey attend the Saddle Brook Public Schools. The district has an enrollment of nearly 1,700 students who attend one of the district’s five schools. The mission of the Saddle Brook Public Schools is to provide safe learning environments in which all students can achieve their highest possible potential. In order to achieve this mission, the district works closely with parents and community members to devise educational opportunities that interest children as well as prepare them for life’s challenges. High school students who seek an education that is focused on career and vocational pathways can apply to attend the Bergen County Technical Schools.

We currently cover the following Saddle Brook-area school districts: Saddle Brook Public Schools and Bergen County Technical Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Saddle Brook District Curriculum

The primary underpinning of curriculum development in New Jersey is the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. These standards set grade-level benchmarks to measure student achievement in seven subject areas: science, technology, 21st Century life and careers, the arts, health and physical education, social studies and world languages. The Common Core State Standards provide for the development of language arts and math curricular objectives.

Both districts strongly believe in instilling in all students a desire to lead a healthy life. The fitness and physical activity strand of the physical education curriculum seeks to do just that. The elementary curriculum focuses on fine and gross motor development, coordination and balance, in order to prepare children to participate in games and sports. Students learn how physical activity helps them be physically healthier, and discover how fitness helps their social, emotional and academic growth as well. Teachers work with students to devise a personal fitness plan that includes age-appropriate activities to maximize their health.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Saddle Brook Educational News

  • STEM Learning - Saddle Brook High School students can take part in the school’s synergistics program. The program offers real-world learning opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math, in areas such as robotics and forensic science.
  • Honors Induction - Junior and senior students at the Bergen County Academies were recently inducted into the National Honor Society. In all, 173 students committed themselves to excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character.
  • Model School for the Arts - The state has identified the Bergen County Academies as a Model School for the Arts. The designation comes as a result of having a broad range of arts programs available, and having test scores in the top 10 percent on the New Jersey Arts Education Census project.

Saddle Brook 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: How to Get the Most Financial Aid

College is extremely expensive and for many families involves taking out student loans. But there are numerous steps that families can take to lessen the financial burden. First, research financial aid sources well ahead of time. Many institutions have early application deadlines, so the earlier you find potential sources and apply, the better off you will be. Second, no matter how much or how little money you make, apply for aid. Many families with six figure incomes qualify for some kind of need-based aid, but if you don’t apply, you can’t take advantage of whatever opportunities might be available. Lastly, move any assets that might negatively impact your financial aid eligibility. Money in a child’s savings account, for example, could be moved into a 529 College Savings Plan.

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