Millburn

The town offers a variety of housing styles and price ranges with Millburn homes generally being more affordable than those in Short Hills.

About Millburn

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Demographics

Population by Age Level. Median Age 42.52. Households: 2,644.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $111,744)

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Millburn Schools & Education

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The Public School System: The Millburn Township public school system is a nationally recognized school district that serves students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. A total of approximately 5,000 students attend the seven public schools. There are five elementary schools (grades K-5), one middle school (grades 6-8) and one high school (grades 9-12).

The pre-k program is for 3 and 4 year old children and is held at one of the elementary schools. Admission to the program is by lottery.

The five elementary schools, grades k-5, are Deerfield, Glenwood, Hartshorn, South Mountain and Wyoming. Each school focuses on reading and writing, problem solving and the application of technology. All five schools consistently perform at the highest levels on NJ standardized tests.

The Millburn Middle School focuses on developing study skills and leadership qualities in its students. The school is committed to providing the knowledge, skills and values needed to be successful learners and leaders.

The Millburn High School is consistently recognized as one of the best high schools in New Jersey and in the nation. Its rigorous curriculum is taught on four levels of instruction: Accellerated, College Prep A, College Prep B and Non-ranked. There are also more than 30 Advanced Placement (AP) courses. The students are involved in many extra curricular activities as well. With more than 26 varsity sports, 60 clubs and organizations, vocal and instrumental groups, and community outreach and public service activities, there is something for each student outside of the classroom.

Private and Parochial Schools Near Millburn/Short Hills: There are many excellent private and parochial schools in the area. Some of those 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
  • Seton Hall Prep
Preschools Near Millburn/Short Hills: There are also many excellent pre-school options in the area. A few of the many options are:
  • Alpine Montessori
  • B'Nai Jeshrun Preschool
  • Christ Church Nursery School
  • Hedwig Gruenwald Nursery School
  • Millburn Co-Op Nursery School
  • Montessori Children's Academy
  • Neighborhood House Nursery School
  • Open Door Nursery School
For a more extensive list and a little information about each preschool, read my blog post on Choosing a Preschool or Daycare Center in the Maplewood/South Orange Area.

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