Preparing students for the next phase of their lives.
Newmark High School’s student population requires flexibility in terms of content and pace so our academic curriculum is designed to serve as a general guideline.  We recognize that our teachers will make adaptations that are necessary to create learning conditions which are appropriate for individual student needs.  Our curriculum is designed to meet individual student goals.  We have the rigor required for the college-bound student, as well as the modifications and assistive technology necessary to help close educational gaps due to specific learning disabilities and lost school time.  All students will receive a comprehensive transition plan to help them prepare for life after graduation.

Academic Areas

  • English (English Literature & Composition Skills)
  • Mathematics (Basic Skills, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus)
  • Science (Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Science Electives)
  • Social Studies (World History, US History I & II)
  • World Language (Spanish)
  • Physical Education/Health (Emphasis on Wellness, Driver Education Preparation)
  • Visual & Performing Arts (Traditional Art, Graphic Design)
  • Business Education (Financial Literacy, Global Economics)
  • Technology (Principles of MS Office Suite, Advanced Excel, Web Design, Video Game Design)

Support Services

  • Parent Communication (Weekly Teacher Phone Calls, Parent Training & Information Seminars)
  • Related Services (Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Therapy, Assistive Software Technology)
  • Independent Practice at home

Transition Services

The Transition Program is a 4- to 6-year process naturally sequenced to meet the needs of each grade level.  The multi-year program includes comprehensive guidance and counseling for parents and students to facilitate career awareness and college admissions.

  • PreACT and ACT instruction and on-site testing
  • Career Assessment Program
  • Community-Based Work Experience opportunity with professional job coaches
  • Structured Learning Experiences
  • College Experience Trips
  • Supportive Post-Secondary Agency Referral Assistance
  • Life Skills Training in Studio Apartment for both independent living and dorm life
  • Post Graduate (5th Year) Program to bridge skill development for college or workplace readiness
  • Transition Workshops/Education for parents
  • Parent Resources
Newmark High School provides each student with an appropriate education based upon his/her Individualized Education Program (IEP), developed by his/her school district in accordance with New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14, the New Jersey Student Learning Standards and Workplace Readiness Standards. It is the goal of Newmark High School that each student work within and meet these standards.

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Success After Newmark

Students continue on to prominent colleges and universities, county colleges, and trade schools, and find meaningful employment that allows them to function at their full potential.

Recent graduates attend:
  • Beacon College
  • Centenary University
  • Central Piedmont Community College
  • County College of Morris
  • Drexel University
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Green Mountain College
  • Hofstra University
  • Kean University
  • Manhattan College
  • Marshall University
  • Middlesex County College
  • Mitchell College
  • Montclair State University
  • NJ Institute of Technology
  • NY Institute of Technology - Vocational Independence Program
  • Norwich University
  • Ramapo College
  • Raritan Valley Community College
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Rutger's University
  • Sacred Heart University
  • Saint Peter's University
  • School of Visual Arts, NYC
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Syracuse University
  • Union County College
  • Union County Vocational Technical Schools US Military

Extended School Year (ESY)

Optional for qualified students in July:
  • Full-Day Academic Program
  • Life Skills Training
  • Field Trips
  • Counseling