Grace Norton Rogers School 382 Stockton St, Hightstown, NJ08520 One of four elementary schools in the district, the Grace N. Rogers School sits on Stockton Street directly across from…More the Walter C. Black School. Large athletic fields behind Rogers give students plenty of area to play. The school mascot is a bulldog named Spike.
East Windsor Regional School District Administration 25 Leshin Ln, Hightstown, NJ08520 The East Windsor Regional School District Administration is headquartered in Hightstown High School. The district…More oversees six schools for students in kindergarten through the 12th grade. The Board of Education meets at 7:30pm on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month in the high school cafeteria.
Melvin H. Kreps Middle School 5 Kent Ln, East Windsor, NJ08520 Kreps is the East Windsor Regional School District Middle School. Students can study a number of languages and embark on…More science research projects as they prepare for high school. Recent additions to the grounds include an auditorium, a gym and new science laboratories.
Hightstown High School 25 Leshin Ln, Hightstown, NJ08520 The Hightstown-East Windsor Regional School District's only high school is home to the Rams. Students can choose from…More several languages and a variety of elective courses. The school also has a marching band.
Walter C. Black Elementary School 371 Stockton St, Hightstown, NJ08520 Across from the Grace Norton Rogers School, the Walter C. Black School takes on students of the same ages. The large,…More rectangular field out back lets students play on playground equipment and try their hands at sports. The mascot, Dale the Dolphin, sometimes splashes his way into school events.
Peddie School 201 S Main St, Hightstown, NJ08520 This private, co-educational boarding school serves students in grades 9 through 12 as well as a few pursuing…More post-graduate studies. As a prep school, Peddie takes students from near and afar. The school made headlines in 1993 when Walter Annenberg, a former ambassador and member of the Class of 1927, donated $100 million, which at the time was the highest donation made to any secondary school in the country. The school welcomes notable guests throughout the years. The sprawling, lakeside campus stretches through a large portion of the borough and resembles those of many colleges.