Madison

Madison has a wide range of housing opportunities, from garden apartments and starter homes to large residences. The housing choices are diverse and include a mix of Colonials, Victorians and mid-century brick homes.

About Madison

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Demographics

Population by Age Level. Median Age 37.73. Households: 5,634.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $124,037)

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Madison Schools & Education

Public & Private Institutions Of Learning

The Madison Public School District

The Madison Public School System serves students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. It is designed to "inspire and challenge all students to be life-long learners, empowered with the knowledge, skills and character to shape their future, realize their dreams, and contribute positively to the world." The school system is made up of five schools: three elementary, one middle and one high school.

Three elementary schools focus on educating children in grades K-5. These schools are:

  • Central Avenue School
  • Kings Road School
  • Torey J. Sabatini School

The elementary schools are where students, teachers, administrators and parents all work together to promote the joy of learning.

At The Madison Junior School, which serves grades 6-8, challenging and diverse programs are provided within a caring environment. The goal of this school is to "develop life-long learners who are informed, responsible and productive young citizens."

Madison High School, serving grades 9-12, is an outstanding and challenging high school with a student body of approximately 800. Students from both Madison and Harding Township come together at the school to become a single learning community. The curriculum is designed to meet the needs and abilities of all students. Sixteen AP courses and many honors courses are offered. In addition, on-line courses are offered through Virtual High School. Madison High School also provides its students opportunities for growth in character and service through many clubs, 23 varsity sports, and a Service Learning Program.

Private and Parochial Schools Near Madison: There are many excellent private and parochial schools in the area. Some of these options are:

  • Delbarton
  • The Far Brook School
  • Golda Och Academy
  • Kent Place School
  • Montclair Kimberly Academy
  • The Morristown Beard School
  • Newark Academy
  • Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
  • Oratory Prep
  • The Peck School
  • The Pingry School
  • Saint Peter's Prep
  • Saint Rose of Lima School
  • Saint Vincent Martyr School
  • Seton Hall Prep

Preschools Near Madison: There are also many excellent preschool options in the area. A few of the many options are:

  • Madison Cooperative Nursery School
  • Bright Horizons at Giralda Farms
  • Preschool of Rock - Madison
  • Rainbow Montessori School of Madison
  • Madison Community House
  • The London Day School
  • The Montessori Childrens Academy
  • The Learning Laboratory

Avg School Rating
4.4/5
Publically Funded
5
Catholic / Religious
1
Private / Charter
3

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