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Our Campuses

Hoboken Campus

Stevens Cooperative School serves more than 430 students on two campuses in Hoboken and Jersey City. In Hoboken, school facilities include 301 Bloomfield Street, 339 River Street and 301 Garden Street.

339 River Street is home to Stevens’ Early Childhood (PreK 3 - Kindergarten) program. In addition to purpose-built classrooms, the space features a multi-purpose art and movement room and access to an outdoor rooftop playground within the building. The facility is also steps away from Stevens Park.

First through 6th grade students in Hoboken occupy the third floor of the historic Rue Building at 301 Garden Street. The facility features newly renovated large, light-filled classrooms, an art room, a movement and music room and a multi-purpose space. The Rue Building also contains a gymnasium.

Hoboken 7th and 8th Grade classes are located at 301 Bloomfield Street. The two-story building features bright classrooms, instrumental music studios, and a flexible lounge and library area. Stevens originally built the facility in 2003 to accommodate the area’s growing need for early childhood programs.

Jersey City/Newport Campus

exterior of Jersey City campus

The Newport campus serves students in Kindergarten through 8th grade in a beautiful 20,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of the Aqua Blu building, located at 100 River Drive, South.

Designed specifically for active learning and Stevens’ progressive curriculum, the Newport campus features specially equipped rooms for science, media studies, art and music. A large gymnasium also functions as a performance venue and gathering place for community activities. Stevens students also have exclusive use of a private outdoor play area overlooking the Hudson River and New York City skyline and access to the Newport Green, skating rink and fitness center.

Both campuses are accessible via numerous forms of public transit, including PATH, NJ Transit, Hudson Bergen Light Rail and various bus and ferry lines. The waterfront walkway between Hoboken and Newport provides easy access to both locations.