Many surrounding communities operate buses to and from Bishop Eustace Prep in accordance with the New Jersey State Transportation laws for non-public school students. Parents should contact their local Board of Education to receive information about transportation from the various school districts.

In turn, many parents arrange carpools to transport their children to and from Bishop Eustace Prep. Limited public transportation is also available.

Important Note Regarding Weather: In case of inclement weather, students are to follow their sending district's schedule.  For example, if Bishop Eustace has a delayed opening but a student's sending school district does not, that student is to report to their bus stop at the regular time during a delay.


List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: Who receives transportation to Bishop Eustace Prep?

    Transportation to Bishop Eustace is usually coordinated by your local School District through your township’s Board of Education. Bishop Eustace currently has busing provided for most of Burlington County, Camden County, and Washington Township.
  • Q: If I am eligible for transportation, when can I expect to be notified about my child’s route?

    Most Districts notify no later than the middle of August. This notification usually includes bus stop location and route number.
  • Q: What if my child does not receive transportation from my School District?

    Most families receive notification from their School District regarding transportation by mid-August. If you receive notification that you are not eligible for Transportation from your School District, you should contact the Transportation Office via e-mail.

    In some cases, your child will be placed on bus routes coordinated by Bishop Eustace Prep that serve some areas which do not receive busing from their district. Two areas currently served are Gloucester County (Williamstown, Glassboro, Mullica Hill, Woolwich Township, Mantua, Wenonah, Woodbury, Deptford and West Deptford) and Gloucester Township (Blackwood, Clementon, Somerdale, Runnemede and surrounding areas). It has been our experience that the cost of these routes per student is slightly higher than the amount received as aid in lieu of transportation. This year’s aid in lieu of transportation is approximately $1,000. 

    Sometimes, through coordination with other transportation agencies, students without transportation have been able to ride on an existing bus route where there are open seats available. Such arrangements would usually require driving your child to and from an existing stop. 

    In areas where a private bus route is not economically feasible and we are unable to place your child on an existing route, the Transportation Office will be able to provide you with names and e-mail addresses of other families in your area who would be interested in carpooling. 
  • Q: If I am not eligible for busing, will I receive any financial aid in lieu of transportation?

    Students who are not eligible for transportation will receive aid in lieu of transportation as long as they live in a district that is no greater than twenty miles from Bishop Eustace Prep, and the district provides busing for students. In districts where no transportation is provided, no aid in lieu of transportation is given. Again, this year’s aid in lieu of transportation is approximately $1,000.
  • Q: Does Bishop Eustace Prep offer late buses for students involved in athletics or other after-school activities?

    Bishop Eustace Prep does not offer any late buses for students involved in after-school activities. However, students in the Lenape School District have received late busing three days per week (Tuesdays through Thursdays) last year. Our expectation is that this will continue next year.
  • Q: If I live in Gloucester Township or Gloucester County, what should I do?

    prep Please e-mail the Transportation Office as soon as you commit to Bishop Eustace so you can be included on a mailing list for either of the two bus routes run by Bishop Eustace that serve these areas. You are not required to commit to either route until August 1, but since the individual cost of each route depends on the number of Eustace students riding the route, it is extremely important that we have an accurate head count as soon as possible.
  • Q: I still have additional questions/concerns, whom do I contact?

    All prospective parents are encouraged to e-mail the Transportation Office at This the best way to communicate with busing questions or concerns.

    For additional Transportation Information, please contact:

    Burlington County Special Services ….... (Sean Daly)
    Camden County Special Services ……...(856) 784-2100, Option 4 
    Gloucester County Special Services …...(856) 464-2383
    Haddon Heights ……………………….....(856) 547-1412 x1205
    Haddon Township …………………….....(856) 869-7703
    Washington Township Transportation...(856) 589-9190

    For any questions we may be able to help you with at Bishop Eustace Prep, please contact:

    Main Office 
    (856) 662-2160, x210

    Please note: We will not have any information regarding specific routes (stops, times, etc) until just prior to the start of the school year. In many cases, parents receive this information before Bishop Eustace receives it.  For the safety of our current students, Bishop Eustace Prep cannot provide specific information about current bus routes to anyone not on that route.


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