Bordentown Regional is a vibrant learning community, and our students engage in meaningful learning, contribute to their communities, and represent themselves, their schools and our district with distinction. The district proudly serves the communities of Fieldsboro, Bordentown City and Bordentown Township. Each school has a unique culture, and our principals, teachers and staff members welcome community members active participation in educating youth. Bordentowns elementary schools, Clara Barton and Peter Muschal, serve students from pre-kindergarten through grade 3. Students in grades 4 and 5 attend MacFarland Intermediate School, while 6th, 7th and 8th graders attend Bordentown Regional Middle School. Students in grades 9-12 attend Bordentown Regional High School.
Across our district, each students learning is guided by teachers, staff and administrators who are committed to preparing students for post-secondary success and to ensuring that each is ready to enter college or career upon high school graduation. Toward this goal, teachers, staff and administrators are members of Professional Learning Communities, where engagement in reflective practice, assessment of student learning outcomes, and currency with best practice research lead to new and innovative practices to advance student achievement. The districts curriculum is aligned with core curriculum content standards, and refining and improving the breadth and quality of students learning opportunities are ongoing pursuits. Our districts commitment to excellence for our students, our employees and the profession further is evidenced by our participation in Excellent Educators for New Jersey Pilot.
Students are prepared for success as they begin their academic journey in our full day kindergarten program. As Bordentown students, each child has rich opportunities to become involved in fine and performing arts and to explore an array of academic interests, while middle and high school intramural and interscholastic athletics additionally are offered to secondary students. Bordentown Regionals instructional programs require students to apply their knowledge, build critical thinking skills, utilize technology, solve problems, and develop an understanding of their roles in an increasingly global society. In many facets of our school programs, the rich traditions of Bordentowns history are taught, honored, and recognized. Our high school graduates are prepared for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment in our modern economy, poising them to be 21st century leaders.