School Facilities

The School District is governed by the Brigantine Board of Education and operates as a Type 1 school district. The School Board consists of seven members who are appointed by the Mayor, the Council and the City Manager and serve staggered three-year terms. Learn more about the Brigantine Board of Education at www.brigantine.atlnet.org.

The 2005-2006 school year marked the debut of our Early Childhood Education Center that provides an educational and social foundation for our four-year old children. The City of Brigantine School District provides elementary and middle school education to residents of the City at the Brigantine North School. City students attending grades 9 – 12 are transported to Atlantic City High School in neighboring Atlantic City. The School District pays the tuition for Brigantine students. If not Atlantic City High School, then either Holy Spirit In Absecon, or Atlantic County Institute of Technology in Mays Landing.

 


Public Schools:
301 E. Evans Boulevard
District Home Page
www.brigantine.atlnet.org

Brigantine Early Childhood Education Center

Brigantine Elementary School (grades K-4)
Mr. Donald Marrandino, Principal
264-9501


Brigantine North Middle School (grades 5-8)

Mr. Brian Pruitt, Principal
266-3603

Dr. Robert Previti
266-7671

Charles Brewin
266-3632

Attendance Office
266-8159

Middle School Child Study Team Office
266-2877

Elementary School Child Study Team Office
266-9499

For PTA Information
266-3603

Admissions
266-8591


Adult/Community Education:
The Brigantine Community Education and Recreation Program, cosponsored by the City of Brigantine and the Brigantine Board of Education, offers many courses, seminars and workshops to the citizens of Brigantine throughout the year. For more information about the C.E.R. Program offerings, click here.

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