Welcome to Salem City School District

The Salem City School District will be a high-performance district as demonstrated by the Salem City students who: Exceed state standards in literacy and computation, develop intrinsic motivation to pursue education in and outside of the classroom setting, master the skills necessary to retrieve and analyze information, and become lifelong learners.

District Goals 2018-2021
District Equality Goal

Superintendent's Opening Day Letter 2021-2022

District Calendar 2022-2023

Headlines & Highlights


The Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program (FFVP) is a federally assisted program that provides FREE, FRESH fruits & vegetables to students in elementary schools which are selected by the government through an application process each year. We are proud to announce that John Fenwick Academy & Salem Middle School are recipients of the FFVP for the 2021-2022 school year.

John Fenwick School
Salem Middle School
Salem High School

Students of the month for May 2022:

John Fenwick Academy J’vion Sackes 2nd Grade Ms. Boyce

Jesse X. Spence 2nd Grade Mr. Yoast  

Salem Middle School Cattleya Pritchett Gym/Health Ms. Ross

Mason Flick-Cruz Gym/Health Ms. Ross

Salem High School Isabella Dennis Grade 11 Ms. Hibbard

Trinity Ransome Grade 9 Ms. Landolfi  

 International Baccalaureate 
Frequently Asked Questions about the Diploma Programme
IB Credentials and the University Application Process
How Do Universities View The IB Diploma Programme?

Stay Connected!

RAMS on Vimeo 
Throughout our website, there are links to school videos which showcase many of our outstanding programs. We are justifiably proud of our schools, our students, and our alumni! Watch them on our website, or directly on Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/salemramsnj 

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) at Salem High School 

SCSD is an Inter-District School Choice School 

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