07304 Public School

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CHAPLAIN CHARLES WATTERS SCHOOL 220 Virginia Avenue Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6510


Dr Lena Edwards Academic School 509 Bramhall Avenue Jersey NJ 07304 201-433-4664

JULIA A. BARNES SCHOOL 91 Astor Place Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6420

Joseph H. Brensinger School - PS 17 600 Bergen Avenue Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6120

Learning Community Charter School 2495 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Jersey NJ 07304 201-332-0900

Lincoln High School 60 Crescent Avenue Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6700

NJ Reg Day Jersey City School 425 Johnston Avenue Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6165

Number 14 School 153 Union St Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6430

Number 22 School 264 Van Horne Street Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6481

Number 33 School 326 Union St Jersey NJ 07304 201-915-6540

Explore Charter School 525 Montgomery St Jersey NJ 07302 0.5 miles from 07304 201-369-5560

Frank R Conwell No 3 School 111 Bright St Jersey NJ 07302 0.5 miles from 07304 201-915-6610

Jersey City Golden Door School 180 9th St Jersey NJ 07302 0.5 miles from 07304 201-795-4400

Liberty High School 40 Sip Ave Jersey NJ 07306 0.5 miles from 07304 201-915-6760

Nicolas Copernicus Num 25 School 3385 John F Kennedy Blvd Jersey NJ 07307 0.5 miles from 07304 201-714-4340

Number 20 School 160 Danforth Ave Jersey NJ 07305 0.5 miles from 07304 201-915-6470

Number 29 School 123 Claremont Avenue Jersey NJ 07305 0.6 miles from 07304 201-915-6520

Schomburg Charter School 508 Grand Street Jersey NJ 07302 0.7 miles from 07304 201-451-7770

Henry Snyder High School 239 Bergen Avenue Jersey NJ 07305 0.8 miles from 07304 201-915-6600

County Prep High School 525 Montgomery Street Jersey NJ 07302 0.8 miles from 07304 201-631-6302

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Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

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