2015 Summer STREAM program registration closed
We wish to thank all the parents who registered their children for this coming 2015 Summer STREAM program. We received over 150 registrations.
The Metuchen Schools Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR) score for the 2013-2014 SY is available by clicking on 'more'.
Superintendent Vincent Caputo addressed the Metuchen School District's faculty on their first in-service day of the school year. He introduced new hires and newly tenured staff. He also spoke about the district's goals for the 2014-2015 school year.
Metuchen Schools In the News
Metuchen High School will be participating in the 2015 GMC Snapple Bowl Mascot Challenge. The purpose of the Challenge is to raise funds for the Lakeview School.
Three eighth-graders at Edgar Middle School showed a penchant for the past when they recently advanced to the finals of the National History Bee.
It won’t be easy replacing Nicole Camera, one of the most versatile softball players to ever play for Metuchen High School... However, Metuchen (2-0) sophomore Molly O’Connor debuted with a one-hit, 13- strikeout performance in a 9-1 win against Middlesex High School April 2.
Scroll down to the middle of the article to read more about the high school's softball team.
Recent honor from a national organization is music to the borough school district’s ears. The NAMM Foundation has recognized Metuchen for its commitment to music education with a Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) designation. Metuchen joins 388 districts across the country in receiving the 2015 distinction.
Two borough teens with a budding interest in journalism have been chosen to attend a national conference on media studies.
Language skills are translating into life lessons for students at Metuchen High School.
Students from Metuchen High School honored a fellow teen who recently lost his battle with cancer by donating more than $3,700 to the Embrace Kids Foundation.
The Department of Education today announced the selection of 16 districts to participate in the Achievement Coaches program and three districts to lead content development for this initiative.
Third and fourth grade students at Campbell Elementary School participated in the Noetic Learning National Math Contest during the fall.