Brick Township Community Information


The Brick Township Public School System serves all students living within the Township. The system includes two high schools, two middle schools, seven elementary schools and three specialty schools. Athletic and extracurricular programs are very important for a student?s education, and therefore are some of the best in the schools in Brick Township. The District thrives to promote the best programs for its children, with a great emphasis on small class sizes and superb teachers. In addition, there is a new Special Education facility to help those students with special needs. The Brick Township Public School District is indeed one of the best, with a strong alliance between teachers, administration, and parents to make sure that their students receive the finest education possible.

Higher education is available in the nearby neighboring cities, offering many opportunities for students to obtain a college degree. Georgian Court University, which is in Lakewood, is a four year private institution with a variety of majors and degree levels. Ocean County College, located in Toms River, is a two year community college from which students can advance to other excellent New Jersey colleges.

Economy/Job Market

There are a variety of businesses ranging in size and diversity that exist in Brick Township. The location of Brick Township is excellent for any entrepreneurship, especially for those seeking vast marketing opportunities. Many of the businesses, which do typically thrive during the summer, also thrive during the year and are the driving force of Brick Township?s economy. Indeed, most of the businesses are locally owned and operated, creating a strong local community feel in the neighborhoods. Shops ranging from simple retail to auto mechanics as well as department stores line the streets, as well as telecommunication services and media outlets.

Health care is a big part of the community in Brick Township, with many doctors, dentists and nurses prospering here. The Ocean Medical Center, a recipient of the prestigious Magnet Award for Nursing Excellence, employs many from the town as well as sees that every citizen receives exceptional health care. In addition to the health and medical industry, many attorneys and accountants base their offices in Brick Township.

Attractions/Points of Interests

Brick Township is crisscrossed by rivers, creeks and lakes as well as the Atlantic Ocean, making it one of the most perfect destinations for water lovers. The many boardwalks that neighbor the area, which feature great food, shopping and fun, flourish during the summer months. Fishing and crabbing also are popular activities for the summer, as well as in the spring and fall. Brick Township has many restaurants ranging from steakhouses, seafood, chicken and barbeque, from casual to fine dining.

For sports enthusiasts, the Lakewood BlueClaws minor league baseball team remains a popular attraction for seasonal visitors and the community of Brick Township. Arts and entertainment are also a defining part of the community, with the annual Brick Township Cultural Arts Series, providing a wide range of talent that has enticed audiences for many years. Some of the more memorable acts have included comic magic acts, opera, and harpists. This event runs from the fall months and into spring. During the summer, SummerFest concerts, which are held on select Thursday nights at Windward beach, feature local bands that rock the entire town. And of course, the Jersey Shore is probably the biggest attraction of them all. During the summer, fireworks, music, friends, families, and dining light up the shore line, keeping it hot yet fresh all summer long.


Besides the stunning New Jersey shore, patrons are involved in a number of other hobbies. The Township Recreation Department takes an approach to provide fun and exciting programs all year long each specific to incorporate the current season. They also provide many supplemental educational programs, such as the ?Jump Start? which begins with children ages four and up, and prepares them for many years as students. As for sports, The Drum Point Sports Complex adheres toward any athlete?s desire, including a skate park, soccer fields, basketball courts, and a swimming pool. A private skating rink that focuses on ice hockey and figure skating, as well as private lessons, is also provided by the Township Recreation Department. In addition, Brick Township has a running club which cruises the charming streets of the city, poetry clubs, a Garden Club and a playhouse which performs various shows throughout the year.

In the warmer months, citizens often flock to the beaches. The most popular beach, Point Pleasant Beach, comes with a lovely boardwalk with plenty of attractions and sights to see. The beaches and boardwalks in the quaint towns just south of Point Pleasant offer all the pleasures of summer as well. Golfers flourish at the many golf courses in the area, but their favorite, Forge Pond County Golf Course (which is open to the public) is a hot spot in the summer. And the many attractive parks in the city draw citizens in for picnics and strolls, in particular the beautiful renovated Brick Reservoir.

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