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Middle States Association Commission Accreditation

We are proud to announce Voyager’s Community School received an accreditation on an elementary and secondary school level from the Middle States Association Commission. CLICK HERE to watch!  

DisruptEDtv

Learn more about our philosophy, experience and learning practices at the Voyager’s Community School with this interview with our founding director Karen Giuffre on DisruptEDtv.

Voyagers’ Is a Recognized Charity By Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile, is a program that makes it easy for customers like you to support your favorite charitable organization, Voyagers’ Community School, every time you shop. When you visit AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com) you will find the exact same Amazon you know and love. You’ll enjoy the exact same prices, selection and convenience – with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a… Read More

To Grade or Not To Grade

Creating opportunities that spark intrinsic motivation. Leaders in the field of education have spent lots of time addressing the question of annual assessment in the form of standardized testing and fashioning report cards. At Voyagers’ Community School, in Eatontown, New Jersey, we understand this is short-sighted. Instead, we dedicate time to discussing intrinsic motivation. What makes students want to do… Read More

GreatNonprofits Award

Voyagers’ Community has been selected as the one of the 2017 Top-Rated Nonprofits using GreatNonprofits. Read inspiring stories about us and add your own!  

Voyagers’ Community School: Traditional Academics In A Non-Traditional Environment

Meet the school that prioritizes immersive project work over homework for students infant age to 12th grade.

10 Questions With Karen Giuffre From Voyagers’ Community School

Meet the founding director behind Voyagers’, the K-12 school prioritizing creative expression and intellectual investigation.

Quiet Lunch Survey

Recently, at Voyagers’ Community School, the staff received proposals requesting the establishment of a quiet space for lunch. After some thought the preschool room, West 1, was identified as the best place for quiet lunches. When the idea was proposed to the preschool students they became quite excited. They were happy to serve as hosts, “The lunch room does get… Read More

Sound Garden for Pre K Students

Just like the rest of the students at Voyagers’, the students in Pre-K produced a project during Project Weeks. For all of these students, this was the first time they had heard of Project Weeks and the first time that they participated in a group project. Throughout the first part of the year the students had had an interest in… Read More

Unleashing Their Inner Editor

Literacy students have begun to edit their novels from last November’s National Novel Writing Month. This is a painstaking process that pulls everyone out of his or her comfort zone because it can be very difficult to both give and receive constructive feedback. This week students are reading the novel of one of their peers and critiquing it based on… Read More