ORGANIZATION: School Enrollment Professional Staff
John Layden, Principal
Deborah Banecker, Principal
Middle School (6-8) 573 61
Frank Goulburn, Principal
Hermann Kolev, Assistant Principal
High School (9-12) 714 73
Darlene Llewellyn, Principal
Ryan Gorman, Assistant Principal
James Weber, Assistant Principal/Director
of Athletics & Activities
ENTRANCE AGE: Kindergarten - 5 years old on or before October 1
Grade 1 - 6 years old on or before October 1
3-5 range 23-27
6-12 Class sizes vary according to subject and grade level
Special education classes are limited in size by law
Grades K-2 - Students are placed in self contained, heterogeneously grouped classes with individualized academic programs based on the NJ Core Curriculum Standards. Other academic support is given in the form of Project Challenge, an enrichment program for eligible students in 1st and 2nd grades, the Title I Program for students in need of remedial assistance in
Grades 3-5 - Students may have two or more teachers per day. Teachers provide individualized programs in all subject areas as needed. In addition to traditional academic courses, students participate in art, computer instruction, health, physical education, world language, and music. Remedial reading and math, speech, and English as a Second Language are available. Students may be eligible to participate in Project Challenge, the gifted and talented program, as well as after school programs and clubs. Instrumental music, strings, and chorus classes are provided. Students have access to a Library/Media Center. Home study is required and parent/teacher conferences are encouraged.
Grades 6-8 - Sixth, seventh and eighth grades are departmentalized utilizing a “house” plan. In addition to traditional academic course offerings, world language (French and Spanish), computers, physical education and health, home economics, music and art are offered to all students. Instrumental music, strings, guitar, chimes and chorus are also available. The multi-media center plays an integral role in learning activities. A special program for gifted students (Project Challenge) is available.
Grades 9-12 - All grades have a comprehensive curriculum, including basic and accelerated programs. Advanced placement courses are taught in a variety of subjects. Courses are offered in computers and data processing. A work/study program is available in marketing and business education. The High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges and the State of
Special Education - The Cinnaminson Child Study Team conducts evaluations to determine if children are in need of special education services. Appropriate special education programming and related services to access education (such as speech/language therapy) are provided from preschool through 12th grade to children who have been classified, through an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Most educational programming and related services are provided in our schools. Child Study Team can be contacted at 856 829-7600, Ext. 8-2880.
Extra-Curricular - Before and/or after school programs are available in all schools. An especially wide variety of athletics and other activities are available for all students at the Middle and High Schools.
TESTING: If you have questions regarding student testing, please call 856 829-7600, Ext. 8-2105.
substantially higher than national, state, and county norms at all levels. SAT scores for
2012 were 513 verbal and 523 math.
PROFESSIONAL STAFF: Median experience is 13 years; 52% have a Master’s degree or beyond.
BOARD OF EDUCATION: A nine-member elected Board meets in open session on the third Tuesday of each month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Middle School, Room 120. The public is encouraged to attend.
For a listing of Board members please go to member directory.
ADMINISTRATION: For a listing of Central Office Administrators go to Administrative Offices.
The Administrative Offices are located at
regarding Affirmative Action, please call 856 829-7600, Ext. 8-2104.