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ANNOUNCEMENTS

PTO EVENT: PARENTS' NIGHT OUT / NOCHE DE LOS PADRES 
When: Friday, February 12, 2016 between 6pm-9pm
Fecha: viernes, febrero 12, 2016 desde 6pm-9pm

 Parents Night Out Flyer 1-18-16 Revised.pdf

CONTACT US

429 Joyce Kilmer Avenue

New Brunswick NJ 08901

Phone: 732-448-1052

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Important Information


New and ONLY dates for Conferences are March 7-11, 2016 (January and April conferences are cancelled).  Early dismissal (Monday - Friday) 1:35 PM for Conference Week.


Nuevas y UNICAS fechas para las conferencias de padres: 7 al 11 de marzo de 2016  (las conferencias de enero y abril fueron canceladas). Despedida (lune-vierne) 1:35 PM durante la semana de conferencias.


Please click the links below to view the Conference Change Letter that was sent home:

conference letter.pdf

Conferences changes letter in Spanish.pdf


Please click the links below to view the updated School Calendar that was sent home:

15.16calendar.extensions.roomsigns 1.7.2016 English.pdf

15.16calendar.extensions.roomsigns 1.7.2016.pdf

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Click the Link Below for Lottery, Waiting List, and Registration Applications:

http://www.greaterbrunswick.org/enrollment/enrollment_process

Please contact Ana Perez for Lottery Information:
Phone: 732-448-1052 x 104
Email: ana.perez@greaterbrunswick.org

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Who Are We?

Greater Brunswick Charter School is a free, independent public school founded by area parents and educators in 1998. Located in a newly renovated building in New Brunswick, NJ, our school welcomes a diverse population from New Brunswick, Highland Park, and Edison, as well as other districts around the state.

We are committed to helping students develop strong academic and social skills in a culture that encourages independence and self-directed learning. Through our academic programs, our staff nurtures the students’ intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being and provides a well-rounded education of the highest standards.