Riker Hill Elementary School 31 Blackstone Dr, Livingston, NJ07039 About 420 students in grades K-5 attend Riker Hill Elementary School. As at other public elementary schools in…More Livingston, the staff at the school follow the district's philosophy of implementing developmentally appropriate practices while challenging each child to reach his or her potential and develop appropriate skills and a positive self-image.
Livingston High School is a comprehensive public high school that serves 1,600+ students in grades 9-12.…More Approximately 97 percent of each graduating class attends a college, university or other post-secondary institution.
Livingston High School is one of New Jersey’s “best” high schools, according to New Jersey Monthly magazine. Newsweek magazine’s May 2007 rating of the country’s top high schools placed Livingston as the 20th highest-ranked school in New Jersey.
Students pursue an appropriate academic program encouraging active involvement in learning. Fields of study include art, business, computer studies, English, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies, technology, world languages and other disciplines.
More than 75 percent of the professionals at Livingston High School hold master’s degrees, and approximately 3 percent of the staff hold doctorate degrees.
Synagogue of The Suburban Torah Center is an Orthodox congregation. It has a community eruv, early childhood center,…More a religious school for public school children, library, day camp and a mikva. Led by Rabbi Mordecai E. Feuerstein, it also offers women's study groups, the Rabbi's Tele-Shiur, Jewish learning for adults through the Livingston Community Kollel, and other evening classes. Members are welcome to join the men's, women's or youth groups for recreation and community service.
Friday evening services are offered at sunset. Check the synagogue blog for the candle lighting schedule.
The Knights of Columbus Our Lady of the Mountains Council 3533 has been serving the Livingston area for 60 years from…More its headquarters on Eisenhower Parkway. The Council holds fund drives to support local programs for developmentally disabled children, including The ARC of Essex County's summer camp and Stepping Stones school. It also sponsors needy families, and prepares and delivers Thanksgiving dinners to the underprivileged in Newark.
The Knights of Columbus facility is also available to the general public for events. The hall features a large banquet room and barroom, plus a picnic grove with a large tent, tables and grill. Proceeds from event rentals support the Knights' charitable works in the community.