RUBINO ACADEMY
ACCELERATED/TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL

OVERVIEW
Rubino Academy is a school of choice for students attending one of the nine school districts in Mercer County, New Jersey. Rubino serves students who were not successful at their previous public high school. Rubino provides a comprehensive high school program for students in grades 9-12, including credit recovery and accelerated graduation. Student Enrollment Form »

UPCOMING EVENTS
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School District:Serves the School Districts of Mercer County
Executive Director:Antoinette Gomes
Principal:Henry Krzeczkowski
Type of School:Accelerated/Transitional
Maximum Enrollment:232
Best Transit Routes:NJ Transit Bus Route 601
Yr began as a Camelot School:2009
Age Range of Students:13 to 21
School Hours:7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Curriculum:New Jersey DOE Core Curriculum Content Standards (CCCS)

11 Buttonwood Dr.
Ewing, NJ 08638
Phone: 609-882-3200
Fax: 609-882-2128

Email: agomes@cameloteducation.org

ADMISSIONS PROCESS:

Students are referred and approved through their home school district by the Guidance Department or Child Study Team.

PARENT SERVICES:

    • Parent Admission Interview and Orientation
    • Back to School Night
    • Report Card Conferences
    • Progress Reports
    • School to Parent Communication
    • Free and Reduced Lunch Application Support
    • Financial Aid Workshops
    • Referrals and Information to Community Organizations
    • Workshops and Agencies
    • Support at Home District Attendance Mediations, and IEPs.

SUPPORT SERVICES:

    • Guided Group Interventions
    • Student Support Services
    • Post-Secondary Planning including College and Trade School Visits
    • Liaison to Public school districts
    • Partnerships with Community Agencies
    • Student Workshops
    • Award Ceremonies

SCHOOL LUNCH:

RUBINO ACADEMY STUDENT QUOTE

  • “I have been through a lot in the past three years at Rubino Academy, and now I wouldn’t trade this school for anything. It took a lot for me to become who I am; I had to change my ways. The way I talk to others. How I treated people.”

    India Clark 11th grade student, excerpted from Ram’s Club Pledge Essay

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