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Ramapo High School
331 George St, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417

Ramapo High School is a part of the Ramapo Indian Hills High School District, which serves students from Wyckoff,More Franklin Lakes and Oakland. Wyckoff public school students have their choice of attending either Ramapo or Indian Hills, both of which offer well-regarded academic and athletic programs. Students are offered a variety of extracurricular activities, from sports to academic clubs.

Dr. Louis B. Moore serves as principal.

Kumon of Oakland
350 Ramapo Valley Rd, Oakland, NJ 07436
Ramapo Ridge Psychiatric Hospital
301 Sicomac Ave, Wyckoff, NJ 07481

Ramapo Ridge is a 58 bed psychiatric facility which offers inpatient care for adult and geriatric patients.More Treatments include medication, psychotherapy, education, therapeutic activities, family support and pastoral care.

Ramapo Ridge is a nonprofit organization that was created in 1911 by a group of deacons from local churches, who felt that psychiatric patients deserved better care than what previously existed. Today it is one of many facilities on the 78-acre property known as the Christian Health Care Center.

Ramapo Valley Pool Service Inc
115 W Oakland Ave, Oakland, NJ 07436
The Ramapo Ridge Partial Program
301 Sicomac Ave, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
The Ramapo Ridge Partial Program is a short-term daily program under the Christian Health Care Center umbrella of elderMore care and mental health services. This program is a preventative step to inpatient treatment, or can also be used as after-care following inpatient treatment at a psychiatric facility. It was established to help decrease symptoms and develop skills needed for everyday living.
Aikido of Ramapo Valley
400 W Main St, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Aikido of Ramapo Valley is a noncompetitive martial arts training facility in Wyckoff that has been in business for 12More years. Aikido is open to men, women and children of all ages. Founded on the principle of harmony and nonresistance, Aikido doesn't rely on size or strength, but rather it uses the energy of the attacker for self-defense. The main trainer at the facility, Eran Vardi Sensei, has been practicing the art of Aikido since 1989.