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Maywood is a beautiful and charming town. It has a population of approximately 9,500 residents. With excellent schools, numerous community activities and a great location, Maywood a popular choice for people looking for homes for sale in Bergen County. Maywood is conveniently located near Paramus, Hackensack and The Garden State Plaza, which provide endless shopping and dining options. With Interstate 80, the Garden State Parkway and Route 4 nearby, traveling from Maywood to points throughout Bergen County is easy and accessible

Residents enjoy the programs that are available for kids of all ages. The town recreation center and library offer extensive programs and activities. The recreation center offers a variety of classes and events, including teen concerts, adult exercise classes and social events for seniors. The library offers book clubs for adults, as well as story hours and arts and crafts classes for children.

The public school system in Maywood is considered excellent, and serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Kindergarte students attend the Greenwood Early Learning Center. Memorial School serves students from first to third grade. For the 1996-97 school year, Memorial School was formally designated as a National Blue Ribbon School, the highest honor that an American school can achieve. Students in fourth through eighth grades attend the Maywood Avenue School. The school system in Maywood offers a variety of after-school activities for students of all ages. From organized sports to a chess club to participating in the school newspaper, the schools provide a wide-range of educational and social activities for students.High school students attend Hackensack High School in Hackensack, as part of a sending/receiving relationship. Some students choose to attend one of the many private academies or schools located throughout the Bergen County.