The Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center opened its doors in 1967 and is founded on the belief that each child is unique and learns in his/hers own way.
Each level curriculum supports the individual ways children learn by planning activities that nurture their curiosity, support and increase their abilities, and help them find creative solutions to problems.
Our professional staff provides every student with opportunities which enable the growth and development of the whole child.
social, emotional, aesthetic, physical and intellectual. We also believe there is a strong link between the process of learning and a child's social and physical environment.
Our newly renovated indoor and outdoor facilities enable children to learn through play and exploration.
Learning, at The Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center is self-rewarding, fun and non-competitive.

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Rabbi Barry High SchoolGreene Ecc At Temple Bnai Jeshurun ranks among the top 20% of private schools in New Jersey for:

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Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Prekindergarten-Kindergarten

Student Body

Total Students
323 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
Students by Grade
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Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
4 teachers

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling

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  • The Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center opened its doors in 1967 and is founded on the belief that each child is unique and learns in his/hers own way. Each level curriculum supports the individual ways children learn by planning activities that nurture their curiosity, support and increase their abilities, and help them find creative solutions to problems. Our professional staff provides every student with opportunities which enable the growth and development of the whole child. social, emotional, aesthetic, physical and intellectual. We also believe there is a strong link between the process of learning and a child's social and physical environment. Our newly renovated indoor and outdoor facilities enable children to learn through play and exploration. Learning, at The Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center is self-rewarding, fun and non-competitive.
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