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Newark, Delaware Public Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • NewarkBrader (henry M.) Elementary School
    350 Four Seasons Parkway
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)454-5959

    Grades: KG-5 | 590 students
  • NewarkBrennen School (the)Special Education School
    144 Brennen Drive
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2202

    Grades: PK-12 | 152 students
  • NewarkBrookside Elementary School
    800 Marrows Road
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-5454

    Grades: KG-5 | 321 students
  • NewarkChristiana High School
    190 Salem Church Road
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)631-2400

    Grades: 9-12 | 843 students
  • NewarkChristina Early Education CenterSpecial Education School
    620 East Chestnut Hill Rd
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2720

    Grades: PK | 245 students
  • NewarkDelaware School For The DeafSpecial Education School
    630 East Chestnut Hill Road
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2301

    Grades: PK-12 | 112 students
  • NewarkDownes (john R.) Elementary School
    220 Casho Mill Road
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-2133

    Grades: KG-5 | 474 students
  • NewarkForest Oak Elementary School
    55 South Meadowood Drive
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-3420

    Grades: KG-5 | 529 students
  • NewarkGallaher (robert S.) Elementary School
    800 North Brownleaf Road
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2464

    Grades: KG-5 | 517 students
  • NewarkGauger-cobbs Middle School
    50 Gender Road
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2358

    Grades: 6-8 | 1210 students
  • NewarkGlasgow High School
    1901 South College Avenue
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)631-5600

    Grades: 9-12 | 992 students
  • NewarkHodgson (paul M.) Vocational Technical High SchoolVocational School
    2575 Glasgow Avenue
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)834-0990

    Grades: 9-12 | 1058 students
  • NewarkJones (albert H.) Elementary School
    35 West Main Street
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)454-2131

    Grades: KG-5 | 430 students
  • NewarkKeene (william B.) Elementary School
    200 Lagrange Avenue
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)454-2018

    Grades: KG-5 | 673 students
  • NewarkKirk (george V.) Middle School
    140 Brennen Drive
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2164

    Grades: 6-8 | 823 students
  • NewarkLas Americas Aspira Academy
    326 Ruthar Drive
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)292-1463

    Grades: KG-7 | 516 students
  • NewarkLeasure (may B.) Elementary School
    1015 Church Road
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)454-2103

    Grades: KG-5 | 584 students
  • NewarkMaclary (r. Elisabeth) Elementary School
    300 St. Regis Drive
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-2142

    Grades: KG-5 | 446 students
  • NewarkMarshall (thurgood) Elementary School
    101 Barrett Run Road
    NewarkDE 19702
    (302)454-4700

    Grades: KG-5 | 681 students
  • NewarkMcvey (joseph M.) Elementary School
    908 Janice Drive
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2145

    Grades: KG-5 | 457 students
  • NewarkNewark Charter School
    2001 Patriot Way
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)369-2001

    Grades: KG-9 | 1787 students
  • NewarkNewark High School
    750 East Delaware Avenue
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)631-4700

    Grades: 9-12 | 1555 students
  • NewarkShue-medill Middle School
    1500 Capitol Trail
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-2171

    Grades: 6-8 | 995 students
  • NewarkSmith (jennie E.) Elementary School
    142 Brennen Drive
    NewarkDE 19713
    (302)454-2174

    Grades: KG-5 | 564 students
  • NewarkWest Park Place Elementary School
    193 West Park Place
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-2290

    Grades: KG-5 | 368 students
  • NewarkWilson (etta J.) Elementary School
    14 Forge Road
    NewarkDE 19711
    (302)454-2180

    Grades: KG-5 | 450 students
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