It has a vibrant and traditional main street with a historic library, post office, train station and retail buildings. This makes Orange an easy commute and one of the more affordable options this close to NYC.

About Orange

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The Commute

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Population by Age Level. Median Age 37.29. Households: 11,472.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $37,560)

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Orange Schools & Education

Public & Private Institutions Of Learning

Early Childhood

  • Orange Early Childhood Center - Public
  • John Robert Lewis Early Childhood Center - Public
  • Norjene’s Day Care Center (Infant-PreK-K) - Private
  • Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges (Infant-PreK-K)
Public Elementary Schools
  • Central Elementary School
  • Cleveland Street School
  • Forest Street Community School
  • Heywood Avenue School
  • Lincoln Avenue School
  • Oakwood Avenue Community School
  • Park Avenue School
  • Rosa Parks Community School
Public Secondary Schools
  • Orange Preparatory Academy
  • Orange High School
  • The Twilight Program
  • STEM Innovation Academy of the Oranges

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Publically Funded

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