West Orange

From the estate section of Llewellyn Park, to 1950’s ranch homes, to small multi-families and newer luxury condo developments, the town really has something for every buyer

About West Orange

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Demographics

Population by Age Level. Median Age 42.32. Households: 17,285.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $94,095)

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West Orange Schools & Education

Public & Private Institutions Of Learning

The West Orange Public School District is made up of 11 schools: seven elementary schools (K-5), one central six (6), two middle schools (7-8), and one high school (9-12). The diversity and individualized education of the 7,000+ student body is a great strength to the district and contributes to the success of each student. The maintenance of class size has led to one of the lowest teacher-to-student ratios in the state.

The seven elementary schools are:

  • Gregory Elementary
  • Hazel Elementary
  • Mount Pleasant Elementary
  • Pleasantdale Elementary
  • Redwood Elementary
  • St. Cloud Elementary
  • Washington Elementary

The elementary schools provide a learning environment that "enhances the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of the whole child." Students are encouraged to develop self-confidence and independence as learners, in a safe, nurturing educational environment.

The Thomas A. Edison School is the central six middle school. Here, children are immersed in real-life situations to help them relate to what they are learning. The two other middle schools are:

  • Liberty Middle School
  • Roosevelt Middle School

The complete development of the student is fostered through core content areas of math, language arts, science and social studies, with related arts courses as well. Students are also encouraged to participate in after-school activities. During their middle school years, students develop critical thinking skills needed to become independent learners.

The West Orange High School "challenges and encourages students to strive for excellence through rigorous and comprehensive programs, to become active members of their community, and to emerge as lifelong learners."

Private and Parochial Schools Near West Orange: 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 West Orange: There are also many excellent preschool options in the area. A few of the many options are:
  • Congregation AABJ&D Nursery School
  • First Mountain Preschool
  • Golda Och Academy Preschool
  • JCC Metro West Preschool
  • Little Explorers Early Learning Academy
  • Playhouse Preschool
  • Tutor Time
  • Valley Settlement House

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.

Avg School Rating
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Publically Funded
12
Catholic / Religious
1
Private / Charter
6

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