Nestled in the heart of Bergen County and yet only ten miles from Times Square, Englewood offers the best of both worlds – a charming and inclusive town with exciting cosmopolitan atmosphere and prime access to New York City just minutes away.
Unlike many other towns in New Jersey, Englewood boasts a unique set of destinations including bergenPAC, a regional performing arts center, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, a highly accredited health center and Flat Rock Brook Nature Center, a nature preserve minutes away from the George Washington Bridge, to name a few.
Englewood schools educate students Pre K through twelfth grade.
Donald A. Quarles Early Childhood Center Pre K – Kindergarten
Dr. J. Grieco Elementary School 1st -3rd grade
Dr. L. McCloud Elementary School 4th-6th grade
J. E. Dismus Middle School 7th-8th grade
Dwight Morrow High School 9th-12th grade
Moriah School of Englewood, one of the county’s largest, is a Jewish day school with an enrollment that had been as high as 1,000 students in preschool through eighth grade.
Dwight-Englewood School, is an independent coeducational college-preparatory day school enrolling students from Pre-k through 12th grade.
Elisabeth Morrow School is a private coeducational day school, serving 460 students in preschool through 8th grade.
New Jersey Transit 166, serving Englewood, provides service to and from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan; the 171, 175,178, and 186 routes to the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal and the 756 and 780 offering local service.
Rockland coaches 20, 20T & 14E run to Port Authority in Manhattan averaging 35-40 minutes.
Rockland coaches 184 goes across the George Washington Bridge averaging 25-30 minutes.
Bill Parcells was born in Englewood, New Jersey, on August 22, 1941.