Achievement, integrity responsibility and empowerment form the basis of education in the Washington Township Public Schools. In the short span of 13 years of schooling, nearly 10,000 school-age children in our community are provided the opportunity to discover their strengths, their talents, their world and their unique place in it. Our mission is to support our students in their journey toward becoming civic-minded and self-fulfilled individuals in a rapidly changing world and society.
One kindergarten center, six elementary schools (grades 1-5), three middle schools (grades 6-8), and one high school (grades 9-12) comprise the high achieving Washington Township Public School District.
Washington Township Board of Education
The Washington Township Board of Education meets on the third Monday of each month in a public work session and on the fourth Tuesday of each month for the regular board meeting. Board meetings are held in the main conference room of the WTPS Central Administration Building (206 East Holly Avenue) at 8 p.m. Click here for meeting schedule.