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Haworth Schools   http://www.greatschools.org

The Haworth public school serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Students in ninth through twelfth grades attend Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest, which is part of the Northern Valley Regional High School district.

Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest was ranked 9th among New Jersey public high schools by New Jersey Monthly magazine in 2008. The school has received the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education, the highest award a school can receive. Its highly regarded music department has won North American school competitions.

Haworth Transportation and Commute  http://www.njtransit.com

New Jersey Transit buses travel from Haworth to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, which takes about 40 minutes, and to the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in Upper Manhattan.
The New York Metropolitan region’s three major airports - Newark Liberty International, JFK International, La Guardia Airport – all are located within one hour of Haworth by car.

Haworth is an older suburb that was once a recreation area for many socialites from New York City because of the rolling greenery and several ponds that dot the landscape. It is located approximately thirty minutes from New York City and fifteen minutes from Rockland County, New York. Haworth is home to approximately 3,400 residents in 2.4 square miles, making the community a bit less urban than most cities and towns in Bergen County. Housing in Haworth is primarily single-family, detached dwellings located on quiet shaded streets.

Due to the community’s close proximity to the George Washington Bridge, commuting from Haworth into Manhattan can be done by driving or by taking one of several busses that depart daily from several park and rides in Haworth, as well as neighboring Closter and Demarest.

Haworth was created from a portion of Harrington Township on February 24, 1904. The Borough recently celebrated its centennial. Today, Haworth is an idyllic suburb that offers residents many community recreation leagues, numerous local golf courses, a lake nearby, places of worship and several annual celebrations that bring the community together. The main business district in Haworth is located on Haworth Avenue. Here you will find banks, restaurants, the Fire Department and medical offices.

General Information

Town Name: Haworth
City Hall: Haworth Borough Hall
Address: 300 Haworth Avenue, Haworth NJ 07641
Phone Number: 201-384-4785
Land Area: 2 square miles
Distance to NYC: 8 miles
Town Website: http://www.haworthnj.org/
Library Website: http://www.bccls.org
Water Service: United Water Company
Gas & Electric: P.S.E. & G.and Orange & Rockland