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Old Bridge Township Public Schools Receive Top Rating

Old Bridge Township Public Schools Superintendent David Cittadino announced that gave Old Bridge Township Schools an “A” rating.

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“Through the efforts of many school and community members, the Old Bridge School District is garnering an array of national, state, and local accolades in all facets of our programs,” said Cittadino. “It really comes down to a collective desire to provide the best educational opportunities for our children and the unwavering belief that excellence was within our grasp.”

Niche ranked Old Bridge eighth out of 237 New Jersey districts for safest schools and 31 out of 237 New Jersey districts as the best place to teach. It also ranked 46 out of 10,576 districts in the nation for safest schools.

“Old Bridge is a proud community with a team of educators committed to helping every child achieve their greatest potential,” said Assistant Superintendent Kathleen Hoeker. “We agree that our schools are safe, our education system is top rate, and we have established team atmosphere for staff to thrive.”

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