Morristown Real Estate and Local Schools

Morristown New Jersey is home to some of the best public and private high schools in the region. It is also home to the Rabbinical College of America and the College of Saint Elizabeth. Because of all the fine educational experiences available in Morristown, this charming suburb is a wonderful place to call home.

The Morris School District’s public schools serve the communities of Morristown, Morris Township and Morris Plains. It serves approximately 4,700 students with three primary schools, three intermediate schools, one magnet school for kindergarten through fifth grade, one middle school and one high school.

Morristown also boasts numerous excellent private schools. The Red Oaks School is a Montessori school, serving students from preschool through sixth grade. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade attend Assumption Roman Catholic grade school. The Peck School, a private day school, serves nearly three hundred students through grade eight.

Several private junior and senior high schools are also found in Morristown. The Delbarton School is an all-boys Catholic school with a student body of over 500 students in grades seven through 12. Morristown-Beard School is a private co-ed school for sixth through twelfth graders. The Religious Teachers Filippini also conducts the Villa Walsh Academy, a private Catholic college prep school.

The Rabbinical College of America in Morristown has trained thousands of Lubavitch rabbis on its 82 acre campus. It is one of the larger Chabad Lubavitch Chasidic Yeshivas in the world today. The Yeshiva is supported by some of the wealthiest Jewish community philanthropists, including David Chase, Ronald Perelman and Ronald Lauder. Rabbi Moshe Herson directs the Yeshiva.

The Rabbinical College of America is licensed by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education to grant a four year bachelor’s degree in religious studies to its students. It is also accredited by the Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools. Many Jewish families relocate to Morristown every year to be close to the Yeshiva and all of its surrounding synagogues.

The College of Saint Elizabeth is also located in town in the Convent Station neighborhood. It is a private, Roman Catholic four year liberal arts college for women. Founded in 1899, the college has long brought beauty and refinement to the community.

The College of Saint Elizabeth is the oldest women’s college in New Jersey. It was one of the nation’s first Catholic colleges to award degrees to women. The campus offers theater and cultural events to area residents on a regular basis. One of the most popular campus destinations for locals is the college’s greenhouse, which was built in 1911. New York City is only an hour by train from the front gate of The College of Saint Elizabeth, making this quaint college town a perfect place to live for commuters.

Because of the strong community values of religion and education found in Morristown, it is an ideal place to live. Whether you are a student on campus or an educator or simply looking for a great place to raise a family in metro New York, Morristown has numerous real estate opportunities for you.

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