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Newmark K-8 and Newmark High School are state-approved, private schools located in Scotch Plains, NJ.  All Newmark students are admitted and placed directly through their local school districts.

2023-2024 School Year

We are currently at full enrollment and no longer accepting applications for the 2023-2024 School Year.


2024-2025 School Year

Effective March 1, 2024: We are accepting applications and student records for the 2024-2025 School Year.



Our schools serve students who are strong academically, but live with behavioral disorders and disabilities:

Our Expertise

  • Adjustment disorders

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Attention deficit disorder/attention-deficit and hyperactivity (ADD/ADHD)  

  • Autism spectrum disorders

  • Depression disorders

  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

  • Oppositional defiant disorder

  • Learning/language disabilities

  • Mood disorders/bipolar and Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD)

  • School phobia/refusal

  • Sensory integration disorder

Applicants Are

  • Cognitively average to above average IQ
  • Typically may have splinter skills in academic areas
  • Benefit from social skills development
  • Require counseling services

Our Application Process

All Newmark students are admitted and placed directly through their local school districts.

We do not admit private-pay students. 

To learn more about our application process and get started visit our Apply page.


Please contact Joe Miloscia at or
908-753-0330 if you have any questions about submitting an online application.

What our parents are saying about Newmark Education

"...The team [at the new school] was so highly impressed with how she has handled the start of 7th grade and the transition into a new public school. As I listened to the examples of how she is able to self-advocate, stay calm, raise her hand to ask questions when she does not understand a math problem, work cooperatively in a group, recover from being upset in under 3 minutes and then join the class completely fine, make friends (to the point in which her English teacher and the school psychologist said that "you would never know that Alice was new to the school”), completes all of her classwork and homework on time, makes appropriate and complex points during class discussions, seems wise and highly self-aware during her private counseling sessions … and the list goes on.

I NEED you to know that I sat there not knowing whether to smile or cry with joy. All I could keep saying was “It’s Newmark. That’s because of everyone at Newmark. She learned how to do that at Newmark. I know that I have said thank you a million times, but it will never be enough. You and the incredible people of Newmark have truly given Alice a life where she is (mostly) happy, confident and proud … and so once again, I thank you, I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart." - Newmark Parent