Mr. Brosel Reading
Welcome

RAYMOND J. BROSEL, JR.
Superintendent of Schools

 
 

Welcome to the web site of the Voorhees Township Public school district!  Ours is a kindergarten to eighth grade school district in southern New Jersey. Lying about 20 miles east of Philadelphia, and 50 miles west of Atlantic City, our four elementary schools and one middle school  have an enrollment of over 3200 students. We are one of the largest Kindergarten through eighth grade districts in the state.  We invite you to browse through this web site where you will find a treasure of information about our schools.

 
Education is a Partnership
Community Participation Ensures our Excellence

The successes and achievements of our students and staff would not be possible without our strong relationship with the community. Providing the keystone for this relationship is a multifaceted communications program of which this web site is an integral part. We encourage you to visit the many sites on our web, particularly all of our individual school sites. We urge all Voorhees residents to take advantage of the many opportunities to become involved in the schools. We invite the community to volunteer in our schools, visit them, participate in school functions,  take advantage of our many Community Education and Recreation activities, and attend Board of Education meetings.

Biography

Raymond J. Brosel has served as superintendent of Voorhees Public Schools since 1986, Having first been hired as Business Administrator in 1977, Mr. Brosel later was appointed Assistant Superintendent for Business.He recently served as the President of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. 

Mr. Brosel began his career in education as a business teacher in Camden City High School. After a tour of duty in the Navy during the Viet Nam era, he returned to Camden, becoming an assistant business administrator.  In 1977 he became Business Administrator/Board Secretary and later Assistant Superintendent of the Voorhees Township Public Schools.  He succeeded Dr. Leroy Swoyer as Superintendent of Schools in 1986.