The Educational Enrichment Program

The Educational Enrichment Program is proud to have served the students, faculty, and administration of the following educational institutions:

• North Hunterdon Regional High School
•  Phillipsburg High School
•  Barber School
• Hampton Public School
• Voorhees High School
• Stockton Elementary School
• Bloomsbury Public School
• Califon Public School
• Readington Township—All schools
• Milford Public School
• Tewksbury Township—All schools
• Milford and Clinton Pre-schools
• Clinton Township—All schools
• Warren Hills High School
• Flemington-Raritan Township—All schools
• Easton High School
• Bethlehem Township—All schools
• Warren County School/Dept. of Children and Families
• The Rock Brook School
• Chapin School
• The Midland School
• Branchburg Township Schools
• Hunterdon Learning Center
• The Lawrenceville School
• Holland Township Elementary School
• Retired Educators Association of New Jersey
• Merck Child Learning Center
• Cold Brook Music and Arts Camp
• Stewartsville Public School
• The Atrium for Health—Senior Learning Program
• Franklin Township School
• Whiton School
• Lebanon Township—Bunnvale School
• Hunterdon Teen Arts Festival
• Clinton Public School

Math and Music: Perfect Together
— The Courier News
I wish my kids at Bloomsbury School could fully realize how lucky they are to be exposed to the music-history-geography lessons you share with them. I even more so wish there were a way to have school boards, public, parents, etc. realize how important these enriching experiences are. Our American kids just don’t get enough of such!
— Lynn Lockard, teacher, Bloomsbury Public School
The program inspired all students to develop any talent they have to a level of excellence.
— Pamela Lester, enrichment coordinator Round Valley School
Thank you for coming to our school and talking to us about guitars. We learned a lot about rhythm and how team work effects a song.
— Jessy H., sixth grader at Clinton Public School
I loved watching you play guitar. It was better than watching a basketball game and I love watching basketball games.
— Michael L., fourth grader at Whitehouse School