Educational Development:

Scarborough Properties is among the best school development firms, providing comprehensive services for institutional, educational, charitable, religious and public works projects in Southern New Jersey. 

Scarborough Properties has grown steadily through consistent client satisfaction, repeat business, a conservative business philosophy, and a plan that is proven to work.  Our team provides experienced, vigilant control of design, budget and scheduling. Our builders, architects, and project managers know the critical questions to ask and by blending innovative problem-solving skills, solid research methods, and quality construction techniques we consistently complete projects on time and on budget.

Scarborough Properties continually strives to provide superior service with the highest level of integrity. We make a difference to our clients and community. Our focus remains firmly on our clients through pro-active communication, collaboration, and leading edge technology.

 

Press Date

 

03/21/2011

Performing arts school expands to fit new students
By DIANE D'AMICO 06/05/2013

When Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts opened in September 1999, after a two-year battle that moved the fledgling charter school from Ocean City to Linwood, this year's graduates had not yet even started school.

"We have always been here to them," school founder Jerry Klause said Wednesday as he talked about students' options during the groundbreaking for an expansion at their current site in Somers Point. "They don't know any other way."

 

Klause said operating a charter school still has its challenges. The new building, estimated to cost about $2 million, will be built and owned by Gibbsboro, Camden County-based Scarborough Properties, which owns the land on Route 9 and also built the 33,000-square-foot original school. The expansion was originally approved by the state in 2011, but Sean Scarborough said it took time to arrange the financing. Read Complete Story

   

03/21/2011

As more charter schools plan to open, South Jersey's track record suggests a tough path ahead
By DIANE D'AMICO 03/21/2011

After years of lukewarm state support, Gov. Chris Christie promised more charter schools, more flexibility in how they are run and more accountability for results. This month, acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf announced an increase in staffing for the Charter School office from five to 14 people and placed two schools in Jersey City and Trenton on probation. A record 23 new schools were approved in January to open in September; another round of applications is due March 31....

Sean Scarborough built the Charter Tech High School, then sold it back to the school. He said successful charters should be allowed to build. He will also build a new addition to Charter Tech, then turn it over to the board when it is finished. Read More

 
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