The Point Pleasant Borough School District has earned a reputation for excellence, cultivated by, extraordinary and consistent student achievement in a challenging and rigorous instructional program and among a diverse set of co-curricular activities offered in academics, athletics, the performing arts and social organizations; an outstanding and committed educational staff; dedicated fiscal responsibility; and unswerving loyalty and support from the surrounding community.
Nestled in the heart of Point Pleasant, New Jersey, the Point Pleasant Borough School District is comprised of two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school that together provide Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 educational services to approximately 2,800 students.
At Point Pleasant Borough Schools, instruction is modeled after the district mission statement, assuring that all students are equipped with the essential skills necessary to acquire knowledge and understanding. It is the district’s belief that by instilling the critical components of self-discipline, perseverance, fairness and judicious decision-making along with the desire to question and look for truth, students will become discerning critical thinkers and life-long learners. The administration and faculty’s dedication to these principles ensures that our students reach the highest levels of achievement on their path to becoming capable successful, and responsible citizens of the world, prepared to embrace their post-graduation goals.
From the first days of kindergarten to the last days of high school, students are prepared to excel in the core principles of education, and are exposed, through a broad variety of co-curricular programs, to the practical and creative real world applications of their education. Read More
On Jan. 24, the Point Pleasant School District welcomed George Street Playhouse for their performance of Anytown, a new musical that was developed in partnership with the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health as a response to the devastating impact opioid abuse has had on communities throughout the state. Read More
1st Place: Chase LaCour
2nd Place: Teofil Rapach
3rd Place: Ryan Hauser
Congratulations and thank you to all who participated!
January 2020 marks New Jersey’s annual School Board Recognition Month, a time to honor and express appreciation for members of local boards of education for the important roles they serve in schools around the country. This year, Point Pleasant Borough’s very own Joan Speroni was recognized for her outstanding service. Read More