Located in the "Heart of the Community," Clifton's Lakeview District, School 11 is the oldest standing structure of the Clifton Public Schools. This old, meticulously maintained structure is devoted to providing its children with only the most modern curricular and technological advancements in the arts and sciences.
School 11's service to the community is reknown. St. Jude Hospital's Math-a-thon, Pennies for Leukemia Patients, Jump Rope for Heart, Friends to the Animals (Clifton's Animal Shelter), Toy Drive for the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation, are just a few of our children's school-wide philanthropic causes.
Our talented, dedicated staff is concerned with providing each child with the tools and social, emotional, and academic growth they will need to contribute and succeed in the world's competitive marketplace of the future.
Students in Mrs. Kane's class
enjoyed a unique, hands-on lesson about possible future
School Eleven students truly
enjoyed the recent, hilariously funny Grand Falloons Program
made possible by Clean Communities and Mr. Al Dubois, the
city's recycling coordinator. What a wonderful way to
educate students about the importance of recycling and
respecting our planet!
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