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Department of Education - Listing of Public Schools in Somerset County

269
1-908-541-5700
27 Warren Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
http://education.state.nj.us/directory/district.php?source=01&county=somerset
Listing of public schools in Somerset County

Department of Education-Approved In-State Private Schools for the Disabled

120
Trenton, NJ 08625-0500
http://www.state.nj.us/education/specialed/instate/instate.pdf
Listing of private schools for the disabled in New Jersey

Jointure for Community Adult Education, Inc.

239
1-908-722-0233
1124 Route 202 South
Bldg B, Suite B-11
Raritan, NJ 08869
http://www.jointure.org
Pre-school and before/after school enrichment programs, youth enrichment programs, driver education, (16 plus years), summer athletic camps, summer science camps, summer computer classes, golf classes, yoga classes, fencing classes and GED classes.

Middle Earth SHINE

178
1-908-725-7223
520 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.middleearthnj.org
The main purpose of the Somereset -Hunterdon Internship and Employment (S.H.I.N.E) Program is to provide youth with the necessary tools and resources so they can improve their academic success and employment skills to be marketable in the community. The S.H.I.N.E. program connects youth with work based readiness education along with paid internship experiences to prepare them for the workforce. S.H.I.N.E.`s objective is to provide support services and establish long-term relationships with youth to help minimize the challenges they are facing while shaping them to become responsible members of the community. The program will serve those youth ages 17-21, who are low-income based on the 70% lower living standard. Aid in gaining G.E.D. is offered. Youth must reside in Somerset or Hunterdon Counties and must face one or more of the following challenges: basic skills deficient, school dropout, disabled, homeless, runaway or foster child, pregnant or parenting, involved as an offender in the Juvenile Justice System and/or requires additional assistance to complete an educational program or to secure and hold employment. Priority will be given to adjudicated youth and veterans. Necessary documentation will be obtained to determine eligibility of the participants.

New Jersey Library -Talking Book & Braille Center

110
1-800-792-8322
2300 Stuyvesant Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08618
http://www.njlbh.org/
Provides various services including books and periodicals in alternate formats including audio vision and news line.

Raritan Valley Community College

301
1-908-526-1200
118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, NJ 08876
http://www.raritanval.edu
Community college for Somerset County.

Somerset County Alternative Academic High School

188
1-908-707-0070 ext 3
7 Finderne Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through Child Study Team or Guidance Counselor/School District.

The main goal of SCAAHS is to provide each student with structure, guidance and the academic foundation to complete his/her graduation requirements while still focusing on the behavioral, social, and/or emotional issues that previously hindered his/her success. These issues are addressed through onsite individual and group counseling, drug awareness programs, innovative attendance incentives, home district support, as well as cooperation from various outside resources. SCAAHS also offers career exploration/education, a mentorship program, community service, employment opportunities and training, as well as post-graduation preparation and assistance for both personal development and/or graduation credit.

Somerset County Library System - Bridgewater

189
1-908-526-4016
1 Vogt Drive
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.somerset.lib.nj.us
Public library services.

Somerset County Vocational & Technical Schools

191
1-908-526-8900
14 Vogt Drive
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.scvths.org
The program provides academic and vocational courses leading to high school diploma and a skill certificate, supportive services including social and adjustment counseling, career counseling and information, Cooperative Industrial Education (CIE), and Work Study. Secondary age students who are interested in learning vocational and technical skills benefit most. Students may attend full-time or share time. Share time means they only attend Vo-tech for approximately two hours per day for vocational training while they spend the remainder of their day at their district high school in academic instruction.

TOPS(Technical Occupational Preparation for Success)

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1-908-526-8900 ext 7123
14 Vogt Drive
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
TOPS serves as a surrogate high school program for students with ability who are not successful in their regular schools. It is an enrichment program with an individual emphasis supported by individualized plans for each student with the ability to receive full high school credit for all schoolwork completed. Students select vocational training from a variety of shops available. Intensive academic classes include special projects, community service activities, demonstrations, outside speakers, and field trips all of which are designed to enrich the traditional education process, allowing students the opportunity to learn and succeed in an innovative and unconventional program. Academic and personal counseling are also provided. The goal is to steer capable students back on the right track to graduation, a career, and success as an individual and a member of their community. Drop out prevention is their main goal. At the end of the school year, each student is given the opportunity to remain in the TOPS program, or return to their sending district.

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