Gloucester Township Elementary School

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<p>The building that houses Gloucester Township Elementary School opened in 1926, making it the second oldest of the township's 11 elementary- and middle-school buildings. It initially was known as Blackwood Junior School, housing students in grades 7 and 8, before being renamed Gloucester Township Junior School in 1958.</p>
<p>It was dubbed Gloucester Township School in 1964 and has served various grade ranges since, including 9th graders for a brief time. Today, the school, which took the name Gloucester Township Elementary School in the early '90s, is home to students from kindergarten through 5th grade.</p> <p>The Black Horse Pike school was the 2009 winner of the National AMVETS (American Veterans) Silver Helmet Americanism Award. Its principal is Joseph W. Gentile. </p>
270 S Black Horse Pike, Blackwood, NJ 08012
(856) 227-8845
  • Fax: 856-228-4366
  • Hours: 9am - 3:15pm
  • Accessible: no
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