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Wyckoff, New Jersey is a beautiful suburban town located just 27 miles from New York City. It is thriving community in Bergen County that offers its residents excellent schools, beautiful parks and a variety of shopping and dining options. With a large variety of homes for sale and a high quality of life, not to mention the town's close proximity to New York City, it is not surprising that Wyckoff real estate attracts buyers from all around the county and state. The town is just 27 miles from Manhattan and has approximately 16,000 residents.
Residents of Wyckoff enjoy the beautiful tree lined streets, excellent schools and library facilities, as well as well-kept neighborhoods and many beautiful parks, including the popular Wyckoff Community Park. Wyckoff is situated in Northwest Bergen County, midway between Saddle River and the Ramapo Valley, is conveniently located in close proximity to many major roadways and offers public transportation by bus or train to New York City and beyond. There are many shopping and dining options throughout Wyckoff and Bergen County.
Students in Kindergarten through eighth grade attend the Public Schools. There are 5 public schools in Wyckoff: Coolidge, Eisenhower, Lincoln, Sicomac, and Washington. The Eisenhower Middle School was designated as a Start School in 1999, and was recognized by the Blue Ribbon Schools Program in 2003. Calvin Coolidge School originally opened in 1932 as a six-room K-6 school and has been expanded many times over the years. High school students attend either Indian Hills High School in Oakland or Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes, both of which are part of the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District that serves students from Franklin Lakes, Oakland and Wyckoff.