New Jersey Special Education Public Schools

All Schools
(69)
High Schools
(51)
Middle Schools
(38)
Elementary
(56)
Pre-K
(18)
There are 69 special education public schools in New Jersey, serving 6,724 students.
Minority enrollment is 56% of the student body (majority Black and Hispanic), which is more than the New Jersey state average of 49%.
The student:teacher ratio of 5:1 is less than the state average of 12:1.

New Jersey Special Education Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • Monroe TownshipAcademy Learning Center
    145 Pergola Ave
    Monroe TownshipNJ08831
    (732)605-9100
    94 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • Jersey CityAnthony J Infante No 31 Elementary School
    3055 Kennedy Blvd
    Jersey CityNJ07306
    (201)714-4370
    194 students | Gr. 1-2
  • Mays LandingAtlantic Co Elementary Middle School
    4805 Nawakwa Blvd
    Mays LandingNJ08330
    (609)909-9147
    195 students | Gr. PK-8
  • Mays Landing
    Atlantic Co High School
    4805 Nawakwa Blvd
    Mays LandingNJ08330
    (609)625-5663
    215 students | Gr. 9-12
  • SewellBankbridge Regional School
    870 Bankbridge Rd
    SewellNJ08080
    (856)415-7755
    626 students | Gr. PK-12
  • Cherry HillBarclay School
    1200 Winston Way
    Cherry HillNJ08034
    (856)429-7283
    288 students | Gr. PK-KG
  • BloomfieldBridges Academy At Forest Glen
    280 Davey St
    BloomfieldNJ07003
    (973)680-8530
    37 students | Gr. 6-12
  • PiscatawayBright Beginnings Lrn Cnt
    1660 Stelton Rd
    PiscatawayNJ08854
    (732)339-9331
    96 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • NewarkBruce St
    333 Clinton Place
    NewarkNJ07112
    (973)705-3951
    42 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • Mount HollyBurlington Co Spec School Wc
    20 Pioneer Blvd
    Mount HollyNJ08060
    (609)261-5600
    347 students | Gr. PK-12
  • Cape May Court HouseCape May County High School
    148 Crest Haven Rd
    Cape May Court HouseNJ08210
    (609)465-2720
    169 students | Gr. 9-12
  • ParlinCenter For Life Long Learning
    333 Cheesequake Rd
    ParlinNJ08859
    (732)777-9848
    120 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • WestfieldCrossroads Elementary School
    45 Cardinal Dr
    WestfieldNJ07090
    (908)232-6655
    42 students | Gr. 1-6
  • BridgetonCumberland Campus
    13 Ramah Rd
    BridgetonNJ08302
    (856)459-1061

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     students | Gr. PK-12
  • ElmerDaretown School
    404 Daretown Rd
    ElmerNJ08318
    (856)358-2108
    99 students | Gr. KG-12
  • PalmyraDelaware Ave Elementary School
    301 Delaware Ave
    PalmyraNJ08065
    (856)829-4777
    18 students | Gr. PK
  • New ProvidenceDevel L C New Providence
    340 Central Ave
    New ProvidenceNJ07974
    (908)508-1345
    93 students | Gr. PK-12
  • WarrenDevel L C Warren
    217 Mountainview Rd
    WarrenNJ07059
    (908)464-7625
    177 students | Gr. PK-12
  • AberdeenDevelopmental Learning
    1 Crest Way
    AberdeenNJ07747
    (732)441-4115
    53 students | Gr. PK-12
  • FreeholdEarly Childhood Learn Center
    610 Stillwells Corner Rd
    FreeholdNJ07728
    (732)866-6858
    101 students | Gr. PK
  • LambertvilleElementary School C School
    1422 State Hwy 179
    LambertvilleNJ08530
    (609)397-2575
    54 students | Gr. KG-12
  • LebanonElementary School C Tewksbury
    51 Sawmill Rd
    LebanonNJ08833
    (908)439-3703
    22 students | Gr. 7-12
  • OrangeEssex Campus Academy
    518 Valley St
    OrangeNJ07050
    (973)676-6681
    29 students | Gr. 7-12
  • PassaicEssex High School
    188 1st St
    PassaicNJ07055
    (973)478-1534
    8 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • BloomfieldEssex Junior Academy
    683 Bloomfield Ave
    BloomfieldNJ07003
    (973)743-2308
    20 students | Gr. 1-12
  • PassaicHope Academy
    209 Hope Ave
    PassaicNJ07055
    (973)928-1509
    49 students | Gr. 9-12
  • NewarkJohn F Kennedy
    311 South Tenth St
    NewarkNJ07103
    (973)733-6788
    154 students | Gr. Inquire with school
  • TrentonJoseph F Cappello School
    1072 Old Trenton Rd
    TrentonNJ08690
    (609)588-8485
    143 students | Gr. PK-6
  • Mount HollyJrsr High School
    20 Pioneer Blvd
    Mount HollyNJ08060
    (609)261-5600
    105 students | Gr. 7-12
  • Tinton FallsKiva High School
    537 Tinton Ave
    Tinton FallsNJ07724
    (732)542-5455
    12 students | Gr. 9-12
  • MorristownLafayette Learning Center
    31 Hazel St
    MorristownNJ07960
    (973)292-2222
    80 students | Gr. PK
  • Mountain LakesLake Drive Hearing Imp Elementary School
    10 Lake Dr
    Mountain LakesNJ07046
    (973)299-0166
    105 students | Gr. PK-8
  • WestfieldLamberts Mill Academy
    1571 Lamberts Mill Rd
    WestfieldNJ07090
    (908)233-7581
    41 students | Gr. 8-12
  • LodiLodi Annex
    123 Union St
    LodiNJ07644
    (973)249-0995
    121 students | Gr. KG-12
  • LumbertonLumberton Campus High School
    71 Ark Rd
    LumbertonNJ08048
    (609)953-5608
    47 students | Gr. 7-12
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State Statistics

About This State (NJ) (NJ) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 8,686,416 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 35% 25%
Median Household Income $78,182 $46,250
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