Campus Tour

We are open for campus tours five days a week.  Tours are scheduled after school and limited to two families at a time with masks and distancing.  Schedule your tour today by clicking below or contacting Kris Sweeny in the Admissions Office:  201-327-4050 or

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The Saddle River Day School campus provides students with stimulating work environments.  Our school offers a variety of locations for classes.  Students travel between buildings for classes depending on department and grade level.

The Main Hall on Campus houses the Main Office, Admissions, Lower School (PreK3- Grade 4), Office to the Head of School, Business Office and the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.  North Hall is where the Gymnasium, Technology Lab, Library/Media Center, Graphic Arts Studio and the Senior Commons/Cafeteria are located.  In addition to these common areas, academic classrooms for the Middle School and Upper School are held in this building.  Alford Hall is located behind North and Main Hall.  The Performing Arts Center, Studio Art rooms, and Music Room, as well as a majority of the Science and Middle School Classrooms are found in Alford Hall.

Campus Slideshow

Welcome to Saddle River Day School, established 1957

Main Hall houses the Lower School and Administrative Offices including the Head of School.

Campus quad and garden space between Main, Alford and North Halls.  

The Performing Arts Center hosts multiple school functions and three major theatre productions per year:  Fall - Upper School play; Winter - Upper School musical; Spring - Middle School musical.

Upper and Middle School students work together in the RebelVision Studio, a fully equipped television production studio.

The gymnasium is located in North Hall and is home to the SRDS Rebels, including our four-time (in a row!) Bergen County Champion Lady Rebels!

The IDEAS Lab (Innovation, Design, Engineering, Art, Science) allows students to investigate hands-on learning in a designated maker space that serves as an extension of the STEAM curriculum; Desktop 3D Printers and much more are available for student use.

The Graphic Arts Studio houses over sixteen Apple desktops and is open to students in Grades 4-12 for regular course work or special projects.