Lacey Township School District 

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There are 6 public schools managed by Lacey Township School District serving 4,636 students in Lanoka Harbor, NJ.
Minority enrollment is 8% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the New Jersey state average of 49%.
The student:teacher ratio of 13:1 is more than the state average of 12:1.

Lacey Township School District Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • Lanoka HarborCedar Creek Elementary School
    220 Western Blvd
    Lanoka HarborNJ08734
    (609)971-5850
    610 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Forked RiverForked River Elementary School
    110 Lacey Rd
    Forked RiverNJ08731
    (609)971-2080
    536 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Lanoka HarborLacey Township High School
    73 Haines St
    Lanoka HarborNJ08734
    (609)971-2020
    1485 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Forked RiverLacey Township Middle School
    660 Denton Ave
    Forked RiverNJ08731
    (609)242-2100
    738 students | Gr. 7-11
  • Lanoka HarborLanoka Harbor Elementary School
    281 Manchester Ave
    Lanoka HarborNJ08734
    (609)971-2090
    565 students | Gr. PK-4
  • Lanoka Harbor
    Mill Pond Elementary School
    201 Western Blvd
    Lanoka HarborNJ08734
    (609)971-2070
    702 students | Gr. 3-7
Overview
(Lacey Township) Stats (NJ) State Statistics
# of Students 4,636 students 1,351,990 students students
# of Teachers 356 Teacher(s) 108,780 Teacher(s) Teacher(s)
Student : Teacher Ratio 13:1 12:1:1
# of Male Students 2,383 students 687,751 students students
% Male Students 51.4% 50.9%%
# of Female Students 2,253 students 664,239 students students
% Female Students 48.6% 49.1%%
Students by Ethnicity:
# of American Indian Students 3 students 1,732 students students
% American Indian Students
0.1% 0.1%%
# of Asian Students 51 students 120,734 students students
% Asian Students
1.1% 8.9%%
# of Hispanic Students 244 students 304,364 students students
% Hispanic Students
5.3% 22.5%%
# of Black Students 25 students 219,848 students students
% Black Students
0.5% 16.3%%
# of White Students 4,278 students 690,759 students students
% White Students
92% 51%%
# of Other Students 35 students 14,553 students students
% of Other Students
1% 1%%
 
Students by Grade:
# of Students in Pre-Kindergarten: n/a 36,581 students students
# of Students in Kindergarten: 338 students 90,857 students students
# of Students in 1st Grade: 309 students 96,770 students students
# of Students in 2nd Grade: 331 students 98,624 students students
# of Students in 3rd Grade: 307 students 97,436 students students
# of Students in 4th Grade: 277 students 96,412 students students
# of Students in 5th Grade: 310 students 97,957 students students
# of Students in 6th Grade: 323 students 97,296 students students
# of Students in 7th Grade: 324 students 98,197 students students
# of Students in 8th Grade: 352 students 97,829 students students
# of Students in 9th Grade: 362 students 104,206 students students
# of Students in 10th Grade: 358 students 98,379 students students
# of Students in 11th Grade: 344 students 96,333 students students
# of Students in 12th Grade: 348 students 93,538 students students
# of Ungraded Students: 353 students 51,575 students students
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Did You Know?
Lacey Township School District public schools have a diversity scoreThe chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body. of 0.36, which is lower than the New Jersey average of 0.38. The most diverse school in the district is Forked River Elementary School. Read more about public school diversity statistics in New Jersey or in the USA.