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West Essex Regional Middle School
65 W Greenbrook Rd, North Caldwell, NJ 07006

West Essex Regional Middle School serves the municipalities of North Caldwell, Essex Fells, FairfieldMore and Roseland. 

Parents from the four municipalities once paid tuition for their children to attend schools in the Caldwell-West Caldwell district. On May 16, 1957, residents voted on the proposal to merge the four municipalities with Caldwell and West Caldwell into one district. However, residents of Caldwell and West Caldwell voted against the proposal and plans for the West Essex district were soon underway. In July 1958, a $290,000 plan was approved for a North Caldwell site  for the West Essex middle and high schools.

West Essex Regional High School
65 W Greenbrook Rd, North Caldwell, NJ 07006

West Essex Regional High School serves the municipalities of North Caldwell, Essex Fells, FairfieldMore and Roseland. 

Parents from the four municipalities once paid tuition for their children to attend schools in the Caldwell-West Caldwell district. On May 16, 1957, residents voted on the proposal to merge the four municipalities with Caldwell and West Caldwell into one district. However, residents of Caldwell and West Caldwell voted against the proposal and plans for the West Essex district were soon underway. In July 1958, a $290,000 plan was approved for a North Caldwell site for the West Essex middle and high schools.

Washington Elementary School
201 Central Ave, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

The West Caldwell school is one of four elementary schools in the Caldwell-West Caldwell district.

TheMore combined school district dates back to 1904 when a vote was made in favor of the consolidation.

During the Depression, Caldwell and West Caldwell residents voted down the acquisition of the Jefferson and Washington school sites. However, to accommodate the district's increasing enrollment, construction began in 1948 for Washington School.
Jefferson Elementary School
85 Prospect St, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

The West Caldwell school is one of four elementary schools in the Caldwell-West Caldwell district.

TheMore combined school district dates back to 1904 when a vote was made in favor of the consolidation.

During the Depression, Caldwell and West Caldwell residents voted down the acquisition of the Jefferson and Washington school sites.

However, to accomodate the district's increasing enrollment, Jefferson was built in 1945.
Lincoln Elementary School
18 Crane St, Caldwell, NJ 07006

The Caldwell school is one of the Caldwell-West Caldwell district's four elementary schools.

The combinedMore school district dates back to 1904 when a vote was made in favor of the consolidation.

Lincoln Elementary School opened in 1915 as a result of a real estate development boom in Caldwell.
Caldwell-West Caldwell Center for Continuing Education
104 Gray St, West Caldwell, NJ 07006
The Caldwell-West Caldwell School District offers a variety of continuing and summer education opportunities forMore students of all ages. 
 
For nearly 50 years, the Center for Continuing Education has provided courses and seminars for both adults and children, offering nearly 160 courses during the fall/winter and spring/summer sessions.
Wilson Elementary School
71 Orton Rd, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

The West Caldwell school is one of four elementary schools in the Caldwell-West Caldwell district.

TheMore combined school district dates back to 1904 when a vote was made in favor of the consolidation. In 1958, Wilson School was built to accommodate the district's increasing enrollment.

The district now has an enrollment of more than 2,650 students at James Caldwell High School, Grover Cleveland Middle School, Jefferson Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, Washington Elementary School, Wilson Elementary School and Harrison School, now home for the school administration, preschool, preschool disabilities and LLD-Harrison classes and Special Education office.

West Essex Board of Education
65 W Greenbrook Rd, North Caldwell, NJ 07006

The West Essex Board of Education oversees West Essex regional middle and high schools that serve the municipalitiesMore of North Caldwell, Fairfield, Essex Fells and Roseland.

The board meets two Mondays each month. For a list of meeting times, visit the Web site.

The board includes: President Joyce Candido, Essex Fells; Vice President Phyllis Helmstetter, Fairfield; Angela Gerken, North Caldwell; Marie Rosenberg, North Caldwell; Diane Storey, North Caldwell; Louis Acocella, Roseland; Frank Antonucci, Fairfield and Paul Rando, Fairfield.

Essex County Vocational School at West Caldwell
620 Passaic Ave, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

The Essex County Vocational-Technical Schools'  West Caldwell Tech Campus is a full-time academic programMore driven by the New Jersey State Core Curriculum Content Standards and is designed to provide all of the state-mandated requirements for high school graduation and admission to both two- and four-year colleges.

In 2008-09, students obtained the highest scores on state-mandated examinations in the school's history. In addition, the vocational-technical offerings distinguish the school from traditional high schools. West Caldwell Tech offers students the ability to obtain marketable skills in areas such as Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Business Technology or Automobile Technology while obtaining an academic education.

As the only school in Essex County to provide a shared-time program, West Caldwell Tech welcomes students who have chosen to attend their local high school for academics and attend West Caldwell Tech for vocational-technical training. 

James Caldwell High School
265 Westville Ave, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

Named after Rev. James Caldwell, the fighting parson of the American Revolution, the approximately 800-student highMore school serves the Township of West Caldwell and the Borough of Caldwell.

Each year, more than 90 percent of Caldwell High graduates attend schools of higher education and student achievement is above state averages. Caldwell High School is consistently recognized by New Jersey Monthly magazine as one of the top 75 high schools in the state.
 
The high school offers a comprehensive curriculum, including academics, visual and performing arts and practical arts. There are also more than 15 advanced placement courses offered in addition to a program for remedial and educationally disabled students.