• Enrollment Plans, Housing Developments & Elementary Zones

    The Flemington-Raritan School District (FRSD) is a regional, pre-K-8 district serving the children, parents and residents of Flemington Borough and Raritan Township, an area encompassing 38 square miles. Our nearly 3,100 students, 375 certified staff, and our support staff are housed in six buildings: four elementary (pre K-4), an intermediate school (5-6), and a middle school (7-8).  Our graduates complete their 9-12 education at the Hunterdon Central Regional High School.

    At this time, the district anticipates enrollment growth from new housing developments that are under construction or have been completed recently. To address growth, the district is evaluating current elementary school attendance zones and projecting potential increases in enrollment. The rate of growth may not be equally spread out across all four elementary schools. With a focus on supporting students and families through the transition, we continue to plan for program consistency, enrollment balance, and funding equity in staff among schools. Changes in enrollment catchment areas may be necessary to accomplish these goals. These changes can help to alleviate crowding in some buildings while balancing class sizes, space and resources across all four elementary schools. 

    The Superintendent's Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity meets throughout the year under the direction and guidance of Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kari McGann. To learn more about the District's enrollment plans, new housing developments and elementary school zones, click the links below.

  • Enrollment as of 2/28/22

    J.P. Case = 681 students 
    RFIS = 657 students 
    Barley Sheaf = 376 students 
    Copper Hill = 470 students 
    Desmares = 482 students 
    Robert Hunter = 406 students 
    Out-of-District = 13 students 

    Total Students = 3,085 


Last Modified on March 27, 2023