Belleville Township Middle School 279 Washington Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Originally known as School 6, the massive Belleville Middle School campus is located in the heart of Belleville. It…More provides a broad range of classes to accommodate students' abilities and interests, including an extensive art program, instruction in videography and business education technology. A number of classes are available for advanced students.
Belleville Township Board of Education 100 Passaic Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Belleville's public education system began in the mid-19th century with a $5,000 appropriation to build a school that…More later came to be known as The Academy. Over the next 75 years, nearly a dozen more schools were built, and today, the district comprises about 4,500 students in grades kindergarten through 12. The district's operations are overseen by a seven-member elected board, which holds public meetings throughout the year at Belleville High School, home of the offices of the Belleville Board of Education.
Belleville Public School #9 301 Ralph St, Belleville, NJ07109 With the smallest student population of all Belleville's public schools, School 39 - "The Best Little School in Town" -…More offers a vibrant learning environment. The walls are decorated with murals depicting characters from beloved books and cartoons, and instruction includes lessons in Italian and Spanish.
Belleville Public School #7 20 Passaic Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 With an active Organization of Parents and Educators (OPE) chapter and gifted and talented as well as English as a…More Second Language (ESL) programs, School 7 provides a diverse educational experience for some of the district's youngest learners. School 7 is located just across the street from Belleville High School.
Belleville Public School #5 149 Adelaide St, Belleville, NJ07109 At Belleville Public School #5, the motto is "Where Excellence Comes Standard." It offers extracurricular activities for…More its students while parents engage the school community through a branch of the Parent Teacher Association. Special services include ESL (English as a second language) and a speech pathologist.
Belleville Public School #4 30 Magnolia St, Belleville, NJ07109 Home to a branch of the Belleville Public Library, James G. Schwager School 4 offers extensive programs for students,…More including ESL (English as a second language) instruction as well as offering tips for parents via its Web site. The parent community is also served by a chapter of the Home & School Association.
Hairizons Unlimited 528 Union Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Hairizons is conveniently located down the street from Belleville High School. This hair salon caters to men, women and…More children and provides quick, professional service.
Newark YMWCA 20 Passaic Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 The Belleville Board of Education and the Newark YMCA have joined forces. The programs are provided by the "Y" and the…More location provided by the school premises. The program provides after-school and summer programs for the children at Belleville schoolss #7 and #8.
Belleville Dermatology Center 36 Newark Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Belleville Dermatology Center is affiliated with the Clara Maass Medical Center and located in suite 214. Dr. Joseph…More Eastern has been practicing dermatology for more than 30 years. He graduated from UC-San Francisco School of Medicine.
Belleville Public School #10 527 Belleville Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Education takes many forms at School 10: students have participated in the Trout in the Classroom program, in which…More students learn about conservation while raising fish for eventual release, and have conducted in-house polls, discovering, among other things, that more than half the student body speaks at least two languages. Recently, 5 students earned perfect scores in the math section of the NJASK assessment test.
Belleville Public School #3 230 Joralemon St, Belleville, NJ07109 School 3, housed in the newest facility in the district, offers instruction with a particular emphasis on social…More development. The school takes part in a program called Positive Behavior Supports in Schools, which is designed to encourage student behaviors that sustain a supportive learning environment for all.