Some of the best schools not only in New Jersey, but in the United States.
West Windsor's two high schools, High School North and South, have received acclaim from various groups, both having won the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence, the highest award an American school can receive.
In a ranking by The Star-Ledger's Inside Jersey in August 2011, South and North were ranked 1st and 15th respectively among the 330 public schools in NJ.
South was also ranked the 11th best school in the nation for STEM and North, 89th, by U.S. News.
From musical groups such as orchestra and band to competitive teams such as Science Olympiad and Model United Nations, students are provided a multitude of outlets to discover and develop their interests.
Victoria Kniewal, Superintendent, West Windsor-Plainsboro School District may be reached by phone at (609) 716-5000 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The school district's official website is www.ww-p.org.
Mercer County Community College (MCCC) is the local educational institution for those looking to expand their knowledge and skill set to be competitive in the new work environment.
Its vocational schools offer a variety of courses for adults in the evening, from fiber optics to pneumatics, a shared time high school program for high school students to attend both high school and Mercer County Technical School, and a health career center offering training in high-demand health careers.
MCCC offers 65 associate degree programs and numerous credit and noncredit certificate programs and its degrees and courses transfer to numerous senior colleges through transfer agreements. Students can also enroll in a dual admissions program, which guarantees transfer into the junior year at six New Jersey colleges — Rutgers, Rider, The College of New Jersey, Montclair, NJIT and Thomas Edison.
Students can also seek employment in their fields through the Career Services and Placement Office with on-site NJ Employment Service.
"America's best family-friendly neighborhood...is a small town that is completely contained in a single neighborhood: West Windsor... The school district is top-notch, ranking in the top 7% in New Jersey, and the top 3% nationwide" NeighborhoodScout, AOL