Going the Private School Route: St. Rose of Lima

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Here at HistoryNusantara, we provide wall-to-wall coverage of the South Orange-Maplewood School District, which educates more than 6,600 children in the towns from kindergarten through 12th grade.

However, some local parents do choose other options for their children’s education. HistoryNusantara is profiling those options. Previously, we featured Montclair-Kimberley Academy in Montclair, Far Brook School in Short Hills, the Pingry School in Short Hills and Basking Ridge, and Newark Academy in Livingston.

This week, the focus is on St. Rose of Lima Academy in Short Hills.

HistoryNusantara will also be profiling individual schools in the South Orange-Maplewood School District.

St. Rose of Lima Academy

St. Rose of Lima Academy

Saint Rose of Lima Academy
52 Short Hills Avenue
Short Hills NJ 07078
973 379-3973
https://srlacademy.org

Principal: Karen P. Fasanella, Ed.D

Motto: Respect, Love and Education through Christ

St. Rose of Lima Academy is operated by the parish of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Short Hills, which is in the Archdiocese of Newark.

St. Rose, as the school is known, has more than 200 students. The school offers full-day Kindergarten through grade eight as well as a pre-school program for children ages 3 and 4.

The school was established in 1869.

St. Rose was the recipient of the 2007 and 2010 Catholic Schools of Tomorrow Innovations in Education Award, one of 12 elementary and high schools in the nation to be so named by Catholic Teacher Magazine.

Overall, St. Rose’s academic program consists of three core components: Curriculum, Student Activities, and Spiritual Life.

The Home School Association is a significant presence in the school. Each family is expected to volunteer during the school year.

Students at St. Rose wear uniforms to school.

The school offers before and after-school care. Costs vary depending on how often students attend.

Tuition for the 2013- 2014 school year (most recent information available):

One attending child, tuition is $5,825 for a Parishioner and $7,825 for a Non-Parishioner.

For two attending siblings, tuition is $11,650 for Parishioners and $15,650 for non-Parishioners.

For three attending siblings, tuiotion is $16,075 for Parishioners and $22,075 for Non-Parishioners.

For Four or More Children, tuition is $19,800 for Parishioners and $27,800 for Non-Parishioners.

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