Living in Verona, NJ 

Nestled in Essex County, Verona NJ is home to over 13,000 people and ranked "The #1 Place to Live in Essex County" in 2008 by New Jersey Monthly. Home to the coveted Afterglow Neighborhood as well as many parks and nature reserves such as Verona Park and Eagle Rock Reservation. Verona's Downtown is filled with restaurants, coffee shops and local shops. Just 15 miles to New York City, this quaint small town is perfect for post city living. 

The Commute

Just 15 miles to Manhattan, there is a direct DeCamp Bus Line to New York Port Authority Bus Terminal. Commuters also have the option to take the NJ Transit Train Line to Penn Station from Montclair, just 3 miles from the heart of Verona. 

The Schools 

The Verona Public School District serves Kindergarten to 12th grade. Their mission is to "inspire our students to be creative, critical thinkers and compassionate global citizens through dynamic teaching, meaningful curricula, and enriching experiences". To learn more about Verona Public Schools click HERE.

Elementary Schools

F.N. Brown School (K-5)

Brookdale Avenue School (K-5)

Forest Avenue School (K-5)

Laning Avenue School (K-5)

Middle School

H.B. Whitehorne Middle School (6-8)

High School 

Verona High School (9-12)

To learn more about Verona Public Schools CLICK HERE!

In addition to the public school district, there are also many private Schools Near North Caldwell. Some of the private school options are:

Montclair Kimberly Academy

Newark Academy 

Golda Och

Mount Saint Dominic Academy

Saint Peters Prep

Seton Hall Prep


To learn more about living in Verona, NJ click HERE to chat with the Bolcar Team.