Top 5 Best 08060 New Jersey Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 6 top private schools in 08060, NJ, serving 543 students.
Minority enrollment is 44% and the student:teacher ratio is 10:1.

Best 08060, NJ Private Schools (2021-22)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Sacred Heart School
(Roman Catholic)
250 High Street
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 267-1728
Grades: PK-8
| 171 students
The Goddard School
Daycare / Preschool
881 Woodlane Road
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 267-8400
Grades: NS-K
| n/a students
Hampton Academy
Special Education School
(3)
108 Burrs Rd
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 267-2757
Grades: 2-12
| 90 students
243 Pine St
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 267-1550
Grades: 5-12
| 76 students
Peppermint Tree Too
Daycare / Preschool
725 Eayrestown Rd
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 261-2273
Grades: PK-K
| 35 students
1341 Woodlane Road
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 261-9578
Grades: PK-8
| 171 students
[+] Show Closed Public Schools in 08060 New Jersey

08060, New Jersey Public Schools (Closed)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Smithville-jacksonville Rd.
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 267-5402
Grades: K-3
| 330 students
Jr/sr High School (Closed 2016)
Special Education School
20 Pioneer Boulevard
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 261-5600
Grades: 7-12
| 96 students
50 Salem Rd
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
(609) 835-8600
Grades: 6-12
| 19 students

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