Union

A variety of housing choices are available; from condominiums, cape cods and split level homes to colonials. Housing is generally more affordable in Union than in some of the surrounding communities, and homes are well maintained and close together on small lots.

About Union

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Demographics

Population by Age Level. Median Age 40.9. Households: 19,162.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $80,882)

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Union Schools & Education

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The Union Township public school system serves students in prekindergarten through 12th grade. Ten schools make up the district: 6 elementary schools, one central 5th, 2 middle schools (grades 6-8), and one high school (grades 9-12). The public school system promotes "a supportive learning environment where every student is challenged, inspired, empowered and respected as diverse learners." A gifted and talented program is also available.

The six elementary schools are:

  • Battle Hill (preK - 4)
  • Connecticut Farms (K - 4)
  • Franklin School (K - 4)
  • Hannah Caldwell (preK - 4)
  • Livingston (preK - 4)
  • Washington (preK - 4)

Each of these neighborhood schools are devoted to providing "every child with a sound academic foundation, a positive environment and the skills necessary to continue learling as a lifelong pursuit."

At Jefferson School, the central 5th school, a bridge forms between the elementary schools and middle school. Art, phys ed, health, DARE, music and computer science enhance a strong academic curriculum. Parent Involvement Programs are also offered in the evenings for children and their parents.

The goal of Kawameeh Middle School is to "provide each student with diverse learning experiences in a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning." Burnet Middle School promises to "provide students with a quality education while affording the student an opportunity to develop socially and emotionally in a safe learning environment."

Finally, Approximately 2,500 students attend Union High School. It offers a comprehensive academic program with Honors and AP courses available in 10 different areas of study. Students can choose to participate in the nationally recognized Communication Arts and Sciences Training Program, Army Junior R.O.T.C. program, award-winning arts program, a Marketing Education program or a Drafter Certification program through the American Design Drafting Association. More than 40 clubs and activities as well as 20 varsity sports provide a well-rounded educational experience.

Private and Parochial Schools Near Union Township, NJ: In addition to the Public School System, there are many excellent private and parochial schools in the area. Some of those options are:

Preschools Near Union Township, NJ: There are also many excellent preschool options in the area. A few of the many options are:

  • Espin Preschool Learning Center
  • Townley Preschool
  • Morrow Memorial Preschool
  • Prospect Co-Op Nursery School
  • Children's Academy Springfield
  • The Learning Experience
  • Alpine Montessori of Millburn
  • Millburn Cooperative Nursery School
  • Ym-YWHA of Union County
  • KinderCare at Kenilworth
  • Garden of Wonders Day Care Center
  • South Mountain YMCA Childcare
  • Augusta Preschool Academy

Avg School Rating
3.1/5
Publically Funded
9
Catholic / Religious
1
Private / Charter
2

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