Metuchen is a quaint, small community in Middlesex County. According to the census estimates for 2019, Metuchen has a population of 14,543. Commuting has become a way of life. Easy access to New York, New Brunswick and other places have enhanced the town reputation as a convenient place to live. In the last few years Metuchen has seen a downtown transformation with new and exclusive shopping centers, new home home construction. Park and recreation is also an attractive part of living in Metuchen. The 3.5 miles trail of the Middlesex Greenway is a mixed-use bicycle and pedestrian paved trail between Metuchen and Woodbridge Township. Centennial park is also another place for family gathering and one of the largest with 13 acres on land. It also includes Beacon Hill with at 169 Mt is one of the highest point in Metuchen. Schooling is also an attractive feature of this special community . From Pre-kindergarten to 12 grade Metuchen has been serving the student.
As of the 2017–18 school year, the district, comprised of four schools, had an enrollment of 2,287 students and 179.2 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 12.8:1. Schools in the district (with 2017–18 enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics) are Mildred B. Moss School (166 students; in PreK/K), Campbell Elementary School (675; 1-4), Edgar Middle School (724; 5-8) and Metuchen High School for grades 9–12 (694).
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Metuchen has transformed is downtown with a new, and quaint shops that makes it a welcoming and walkable downtown. Enjoy the town activities at different time of the year while walking in the area. I love the farmer’s market with its fresh produce and variety of vendors. Sitting out while enjoying a great meal, pizza or ice cream in warmer weather is something enjoyable. The local theater, library, and book store offer a great variety of things to do for all.
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