Proudly hailed as one of New Jersey’s 25 great towns (NJ Monthly Magazine, March ‘99), East Brunswick’s 22.5 square miles is home to a diverse population of approximately 45,000. A strategic location and a progressive outlook have fostered a dynamic growth of attractive and desirable residential developments, an excellent school system, shopping centers, state-of-the-art office complexes, and medical services.
The following is from the township's website - as of July 15, 2014:
The East Brunswick school district has approximately 8,300 students in grades K-12. The outstanding faculty and staff, talented students, comprehensive curriculum, and wide variety of extracurricular activities are the major factors in the district’s reputation for excellence in academics, athletics and the arts.
Students consistently score higher than national and state averages on standardized tests, including the Scholastic Aptitude Test. In 2002, the average scores of East Brunswick High School seniors were 546 on the verbal SAT and 590 on the math test for an impressive combined score of 1,136. Students also earn high ratings in county, regional and state competitions in a variety of areas, including language arts, foreign languages, mathematics, music, science, social studies and the visual arts.
Information about public transportation can be found on East Brunswick Transportation including parking information at both Transportation and Commerce Center or Neilson Plaza.
Please contact me and I can discuss the various East Brunswick neighborhoods including: Lawrence Brook, Lawrence Brook Manner, Windsong, Kingswood Station, Rambling Hills, Colonial Oaks and more.
You can also check all East Brunswick Single Family Homes on the market. There are also many great East Brunswick Townhouses and Condos for sale.