School-aged children living within Morganville attend schools in the Marlboro Township Public School District, the Freehold Regional High School District or the Monmouth County Vocational Educational School District. The latter is ranked as one of the finest with the Marine Academy of Science and Technology (MAST), one of five four-year career academies in Monmouth County. The Marlboro Township Public School District is comprised of one pre-school, five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school, all which provide the students with enriching classes and course curriculum that prepare them for college and to become responsible leaders within their community. Additionally, the county has a number of vocational schools, charter schools, and private and parochial institutions that students can attend.
For high school graduates and adults who are ready to make the move to a more collegiate learning environment, area universities, colleges and vocational/trade schools include Monmouth University, Rutgers University, Brookdale Community College, Middlesex County College, Monmouth University, New Jersey Coastal Communiversity, CUNY College of Staten Island, and Georgian Court College.
Attractions & Points of Interest
Within ten miles of Morganville lies the famous Jersey Shore offering miles of sandy beaches, restaurants, shopping and summer fun. If you're looking to take an outing and partake in some cultural activities, be sure to check out a few museums in the immediate area, such as Longstreet Farm, Steamboat Dock Museum, and The Stone Museum. Longstreet Farm, while not exactly a museum, is located in Holmdel Park in Monmouth County. The historic Longstreet Farm is set on nine acres and recreates the rural setting of Monmouth County in the 1890s, complete with docents in period dress, seasonal agriculture, domestic activities, and farm animals. The Steamboat Dock Museum is run by the Keyport Historical Society and includes exhibits and articles interpreting the history of Keyport when it was first settled as a private plantation before becoming a major port for oyster and produce. The Stone Museum is a geology and natural history museum that features many hands-on displays of rocks, fossils, and minerals. Other museums in the area worth noting include East Brunswick Museum, Monmouth Museum, Discovery House, and the Vietnam Era Educational Center.
If you're one for cultural flair such as music, theatre, and dance entertainment, then you're in luck for Morganville is less than an hour away from the cultural offerings of New York City and Philadelphia. Additionally, Western Monmouth County has become a sort of shopping and fine dining center with its explosion of restaurants, shops, and malls accommodating all manner of tastes and budgets.
There are a myriad of fun things to do in and around Morganville that include walking, cycling and hiking trails, swimming, tennis, bowling, fitness clubs and facilities for baseball, basketball, soccer and football.
If you're an avid golfer and you're looking to spend the day out on the links, then you're in luck. There are a number of golf courses around Morganville, such as Pine Brook, Hominy Hill, Bella Vista Country Club, Battleground Golf and Country Club, and Glenwood Country Club, in addition to a few others around Monmouth County.
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