Overview

Become one of New Jersey’s 300 schools that are participating in this free, internationally acclaimed “green” recognition program providing teachers PreK – 12 with a 7 step Framework to integrate sustainability practices within existing curriculum. Aligned with NJ’s Student Learning Standards for Science and NGSS, mutiple pathways deepen curriculum, provide STEAM-based educational opportunities, and engage students in authentic learning experiences positively impacting their environment.

Register online today to get started!  

Learn About Eco Schools

Congratulations to New Jersey’s Green Flag Schools

Unity Charter School, Morris Township, 2012, 2015, 2018
Alder Ave Middle School, Egg Harbor Township, 2013
Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, Lawrenceville, 2013
Three Bridges School, Three Bridges, 2014
William Annin Middle School, Basking Ridge, 2015
Whitehouse School, Whitehouse Station, 2016
Woodcliff Middle School, Woodcliff Lake, 2016
Woodrow Wilson Middle School, Edison, 2016
Duarte Marti School No.28, Elizabeth , 2017
Egg Harbor Township High School, Egg Harbor Township, 2017
Essex County School Of Technology, West Caldwell, 2017
George L. Catrambone Elementary School, Long Branch, 2017
Holland Township School, Milford, 2017
Long Branch Middle School, Long Branch, 2017
Princeton Day School, Princeton, 2017
Delbarton School, Morristown, 2018
Joyce Kilmer School, Milltown, 2018
Parkview School, Milltown, 2018
Bear Tavern Elementary School, Titusville, 2019
Corpus Christi School, Hasbrouck Heights, 2019
Montclair Kimberley Academy, Montclair, 2019

Watch how students and teachers in Malaysia implement Eco-Schools

Eco-Schools USA in New Jersey is provided by a partnership with the National Wildlife Federation and paid for through grants from:

Contact your Eco-Schools Coordinator for free training and in-person support:

Allison Mulch
609-427-3052 x 103
allison.mulch@njaudubon.org