High Bridge children are serviced by three schools: High Bridge Elementary School which serves preschool through fourth grades, High Bridge Middle School which serves fifth through eighth grades and Voorhees High School, which is part of the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District.
The High Bridge Public School District, in partnership with parents and the community, is dedicated to providing a strong educational foundation for our 300+ students, inspiring them to become lifelong learners. Our school’s foundation is provided through an environment which values diversity, builds self-esteem, actively engages and energizes all students, and fosters the students’ natural motivation to learn.
As a dynamic school district, we believe that all students arrive at our schools with strong and varied abilities. Our Board of Education, along with the support from the community, is dedicated to providing the appropriate and essential educational programs and services that are necessary for students with different learning abilities to achieve and succeed. We believe that our students are diverse individuals with unique learning styles.
Please visit the High Bridge School District website for more information about High Bridge schools.
Voorhees High School serves the students of High Bridge for grades 9 through 12. For additional information,
please visit the Voorhees High School website.
The High Bridge School District seeks to locate resident children and young adults, ages 3 to 21 years old, with significant physical, cognitive, neurological, speech and language, medical needs, or other developmental delays of varying degrees of severity, who are not currently receiving services. Proof of residency is required.
For information, call The High Bridge School District, Department of Special Services, at 908-638-4512.
Lisa Fallon, Director of Special Education,
High Bridge School District