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Far Hills Schools

Far Hills Country Day School is a Far Hills, NJ-based co-educational Preschool-Grade 8 private school that is guided by a mission to provide each child brilliant beginnings for success in the modern world through academic excellence and character development. Easily accessible from major highways, Far Hills Country Day School’s 54-acre campus includes woodlands, a pond, athletic fields, tennis courts, age-appropriate play areas including a gaga pit, and a Ropes Challenge Course. For more information, visit fhcds.org or call 908-766-0622.

697 US-202, Far Hills
908-766-0622

Bedwell Elementary School (Grades K-4)
141 Seney Drive, Bernardsville
908-204-1920

Bernardsville Middle School (Grades 5-8)
141 Seney Drive, Bernardsville
908-204-1916

Bernardsville High School (Grades 9-12)
25 Olcott Avenue, Bernardsville
908-204-1930

 

Far Hills Country Day School is a Far Hills, NJ-based co-educational Preschool-Grade 8 private school that is guided by a mission to provide each child brilliant beginnings for success in the modern world through academic excellence and character development. Easily accessible from major highways, Far Hills Country Day School’s 54-acre campus includes woodlands, a pond, athletic fields, tennis courts, age-appropriate play areas including a gaga pit, and a Ropes Challenge Course. For more information, visit fhcds.org or call 908-766-0622.

697 US-202, Far Hills
908-766-0622

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