Town of Nutley Board of Education 315 Franklin Ave, Nutley, NJ07110 This is the offices for the Nutley Board of Education. It houses the superintendent's office, business offices,…More transportation offices and more. It oversess the various public schools in the district.
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.
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.
Citgo 520 Joralemon St, Belleville, NJ07109 Located right across the street from the Belleville Board of Education, Citgo is at the center of the Passaic Avenue and…More Joralemon Street junction. This branch features a partnering auto body shop and convenience store for customers.
For generations, former Belleville High School students have gone on to enjoy exceptional success in the arts. Famed…More balladeer Connie Francis, 50s-era girl trio The Delicates, several members of rock supergroup The Four Seasons (subject of the hit Broadway play Jersey Boys), acclaimed actor Joe Pesci, as well as the founding members of the contemporary alt-rock band My Chemical Romance are all former Belleville High students. BHS, home of the Buccaneers, remains committed to nurturing students of all abilities and interests.
The school's broad range of academic offerings include a number of Advanced Placement classes as well as extracurricular activities for academically advanced students. These programs are complemented by one of the most comprehensive vocational education programs in the region. Students in the program receive practical, hands-on training in fields ranging from cosmetology to auto mechanics. BHS also boasts state-of-the-art athletic facilities as well as a radio and television station, where students have been learning the broadcast arts since 1980.
The school's administration has committed itself to meeting several goals by 2014, including improving the academic performance of every single student and ensuring that all students are equipped with the skills necessary to thrive in the 21st century workplace. The Board of Education offices are located at the school and the board meets at the school library.