19713 Public School

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Brennen School 144 Brennen Drive Newark DE 19713 302-454-2202

Brookside Elementary School 800 Marrows Road Newark DE 19713 302-454-5454

Christiana High School 190 Salem Church Road Newark DE 19713 302-631-2400

Delaware School For The Deaf Elementary School 630 East Chestnut Hill Road Newark DE 19713 302-454-2301

Gallaher Elementary School 800 North Brownleaf Road Newark DE 19713 302-454-2464

Gauger-Cobbs Middle School 50 Gender Road Newark DE 19713 302-454-2358

Joseph M. McVey Elementary School 908 Janice Drive Newark DE 19713 302-454-2145

Kirk Middle School 140 Brennen Drive Newark DE 19713 302-454-2164

Smith Elementary School 142 Brennen Drive Newark DE 19713 302-454-2174

The Christina Early Education Center 620 East Chestnut Hill Road Newark DE 19713 302-376-9899

Newark High School 750 East Delaware Avenue Newark DE 19711 1.5 miles from 19713 302-631-4700

Shue-Medill Middle School 1500 Capitol Trail Newark DE 19711 1.9 miles from 19713 302-454-2171

Marshall Elementary School 101 Barrett Run Drive Newark DE 19702 2.3 miles from 19713 302-454-4700

Maclary Elementary School 300 Saint Regis Drive Newark DE 19711 2.5 miles from 19713 302-454-2142

Jones Elementary School 35 West Main Street Christiana DE 19702 2.6 miles from 19713 302-454-2131

West Park School 193 West Park Place Newark DE 19711 2.7 miles from 19713 302-454-2290

Forest Oak Elementary School 55 South Meadowood Drive Newark DE 19711 2.8 miles from 19713 302-454-3420

Meadowood Program School 55 South Meadowood Drive Newark DE 19711 2.8 miles from 19713 302-454-3400

Wilson Elementary School 14 Forge Road Newark DE 19711 3.2 miles from 19713 302-454-2180

Glasgow High School 1901 South College Avenue Newark DE 19702 3.2 miles from 19713 302-631-5600

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