We're ready. Are you?
Saddle River Day School is giving its students every opportunity to be successful. They are still designing in the graphics lab, taking AP calculus, learning to code, performing in plays, competing in athletics and so much more. They are prepared for whatever comes next.
97% of families are happy with academics at SRDS during the pandemic.
100% of families felt SRDS opened campus safely this year.
With a Monday–Friday in-person class schedule, plus a blended, synchronous learning option, they are unstoppable. Join SRDS for an upcoming event or schedule an individual tour to learn more.
Join Saddle River Day School for a Virtual Information Session in 2021
*** First Round Admissions Deadline January 15th ***
Upper School Session January 7th at 6pm
January 21st at 7pm
February 4th at 7pm
Lower + Middle School Session
January 13th at 12pm
January 27th at 12pm
February 10th at 12pm
Early Childhood Session
January 12th at 12pm
Click here to register or contact Kris Sweeny in the Office of Admissions
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or (201) 327- 4050 ext. 1105.
Saddle River Day School
147 Chestnut Ridge Road • Saddle River, NJ 07458 • Tel: 201.327.4050
Watch your child grow from a student into a scholar—and into a lifetime of success.
From exploring Spanish, music and lab-based science beginning in Pre-K to hosting a TEDxYouth Conference in high school … from active play to competing on a championship Rebel Athletics team … inspiring success starts right from the beginning at Saddle River Day School.
Here, applied learning begins with an intriguing problem to solve, a story that captivates or a question that provokes curiosity—and the personal connection between teachers and students motivates everyone. To develop holistic, “right-brain” thinkers, we integrate science, technology, engineering, art and math, and celebrate different ways to solve real problems.
SRDS graduates from recent years are thriving at top colleges like Boston College, NYU and Stanford. They are creative individuals inspired to think, solve and achieve—in academics and in life.