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Earle Naval Weapons Station

Colts Neck, New Jersey

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Schools & Education




School Liaison Officer
201 Hwy 34 
Bldg C-9
Colts Neck, NJ 07722

Phone 732-866-2276
Phone (DSN) 314-449-2276

Mon – Fri 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 
Sat, Sun and Holidays – closed

Education Options

There are no on-base DODDS schools at this installation.

This area boasts an excellent education system. There are many public, religious private, and non-denominational private schools. The public schools have free bus transportation.

State Accreditation -- Meets all State requirements.

Number of Schools in Colts Neck/Tinton Falls One High School, One Middle school, and two Elementary schools.

Bus Service -- Students attending Tinton Falls schools are eligible for transportation if they live in excess of two miles from school. Specific information on bus schedules can be obtained from the respective school.

Bus Safety -- Buses in the Tinton Falls School District are equipped with safety devices including back-up alarms, crossing arms, flashing stop signs, flashing red lights front and rear, inside speakers, and seat belts. All buses are inspected regularly. Bus drivers are required to have a physical examination at least annually and undergo periodic in-service training.

To help ensure a safe ride to and from school, elementary students in the district participate in a bus safety program that includes procedures for arriving and waiting at the bus stop, boarding and exiting the bus and crossing the street, and emergency evacuation and safe riding rules. 

Meals -- Hot and cold lunches are served in all schools. Breakfast is also available in all schools. The school district provides free and reduced price meals to children from eligible families. If you have questions or require further assistance, please call the respective school.

Before and After School Programs -- The school district offers a variety of programs to enrich the educational experience of students seeking expanded academic challenges. The district screens students at specified grade levels to identify those with high potential for academic excellence.

School Sports Programs -- Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross Country,  Girls Tennis, Cheerleading,  Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Girls Bowling, Boys Bowling, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Baseball, Softball,  Boys Track, Girls Track, Girls Tennis.

Public Schools Servicing NWS Earle

School

Total # of Students/Student to  Faculty Ratio

% to 4-yr. Colleges

% to 2-yr. Colleges

Verbal

Math


Monmouth Regional High School  

One Norman J. Field Way

Tinton Falls, NJ 07724

732-542-1170 Phone

Grades 9-12

 

 

 

1150 students

9.1 student faculty ratio

51.8%

32.8%

430

449

Tinton Falls Middle School

674 Tinton Avenue

Tinton Falls, New Jersey 07724

Phone 732-542-0775

Grades 6-8

 

511 students

8.6 student faculty ratio

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Swimming River School

220 Hance Avenue

Tinton Falls, New Jersey 07724

Phone 732-460-2416

Grades 4-5

348 students

8.4 student faculty ratio

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Mahala F. Atchison School

961 Sycamore Avenue

Tinton Falls, New Jersey 07724

Phone 732-542-2500

Grades K-3

740 students

11.4 student faculty ratio

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*State Average SAT Scores: Verbal 494 Math 515

Special Education

The Tinton Falls School District provides comprehensive special education programs and services for all students with educational disabling conditions between the ages of three and 21. Both in-district and out-of-district programs are made available to students depending on their individual needs, as determined by the Committee on Special Education. Students with disabilities aged three to five are eligible for enrollment in  New Jersey Child Find. For more information, please visit Child Find.

Diagnostic Services

Special education teachers, speech/language, physical and occupational therapists, nurses and school psychologists are among the specialists who serve all the schools to ensure that special needs of students are met. In addition, the middle school and high school have student advocates who work directly with students to address their concerns. The school psychologist's main function is to assist children having learning and/or behavior difficulties. The psychologist works with students, teachers and parents in determining the cause of the difficulty, and recommends ways to assist school adjustment and the learning process.

Private Schools

There are several parochial school in the area surronding the base. However, the parents are often responsible for the childrens transportation.



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