New Jersey Blue Ribbon Public Schools

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There are 73 blue ribbon public schools in New Jersey, serving 35,396 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 45% of the student body (majority Hispanic and Asian), which is less than the New Jersey state average of 49%.
The student:teacher ratio of 12:1 is equal to the state average of 12:1.

New Jersey Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • NeptuneHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award  AcademyAllied Health & Sci High School
    2325 Heck Ave
    NeptuneNJ07753
    (732)775-0058
    Array
    281 students | Year:  2007
  • Scotch PlainsHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Academy For Info Technical
    1776 Raritan Rd
    Scotch PlainsNJ07076
    (908)889-8288
    Array
    252 students | Year:  2013
  • Mays LandingHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Atlantic City Institutional Of Technical High School
    5080 Atlantic Ave
    Mays LandingNJ08330
    (609)625-2249
    Array
    727 students | Year:  2008
  • MahwahHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Betsy Ross Elementary School
    20 Malcolm Rd
    MahwahNJ07430
    (201)529-5004
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    230 students | Year:  2012
  • FreeholdHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Biotechnology H S High School
    4000 Kozloski Rd
    FreeholdNJ07728
    (732)431-7942
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    314 students | Year:  2014
  • NewarkHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Branch Brook School
    228 Ridge St
    NewarkNJ07104
    (973)268-5220
    Array
    170 students | Year:  2004
  • ChathamHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Chatham High School
    255 Lafayette Ave
    ChathamNJ07928
    (973)635-9075
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    1145 students | Year:  2004
  • CliftonHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Classical Academy Cs Of Clifto
    20 Valley Rd
    CliftonNJ07013
    (973)278-7707
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    students | Year:  2008
  • CranburyHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Cranbury Elementary School
    23 North Main St
    CranburyNJ08512
    (609)395-1700
    Array
    567 students | Year:  2009
  • DoverHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Dover High School
    100 Grace St
    DoverNJ07801
    (973)989-2010
    Array
    859 students | Year:  2013
  • Jersey CityHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Dr Ronald Mc Nair Academy High School
    123 Coles St
    Jersey CityNJ07302
    (201)418-7618
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    692 students | Year:  2008
  • WyckoffHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Dwight D Eisenhower Middle School
    344 Calvin Ct
    WyckoffNJ07481
    (201)848-5750
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    825 students | Year:  2003
  • VoorheesHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Edward T Hamilton Elementary School
    Northgate Dr
    VoorheesNJ08043
    (856)767-4888
    Array
    486 students | Year:  2003
  • BloomfieldHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Essex City Vocational Bloomfield High School
    209 Franklin St
    BloomfieldNJ07003
    (973)429-8893
    Array
    492 students | Year:  2009
  • Ridgefield ParkHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Grant Elementary School
    104 Henry St
    Ridgefield ParkNJ07660
    (201)641-0441
    Array
    226 students | Year:  2010
  • NewarkHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Gray Charter School
    55 Liberty St
    NewarkNJ07102
    (973)824-6661
    Array
    283 students | Year:  2010
  • HaddonfieldHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Haddonfield Memorial High School
    401 Kings Hwy East
    HaddonfieldNJ08033
    (856)429-3960
    Array
    746 students | Year:  2004
  • NewarkHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Harriet Tubman Elementary School
    504 South Tenth St
    NewarkNJ07103
    (973)733-6934
    Array
    266 students | Year:  2007
  • HarrisonHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Harrison High School
    One North Fifth St
    HarrisonNJ07029
    (201)482-5050
    Array
    654 students | Year:  2013
  • W OrangeHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hazel Ave Elementary School
    45 Hazel Ave
    W OrangeNJ07052
    (973)669-5448
    Array
    368 students | Year:  2008
  • N BergenHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award High Technical High School
    2000 85th St
    N BergenNJ07047
    (201)662-6801
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    619 students | Year:  2013
  • LincroftHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award High Technology High School
    Bcc Newman Springs Rd
    LincroftNJ07738
    (732)842-8444
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    283 students | Year:  2003
  • Pompton PlainsHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hillview Elementary School
    206 Blvd
    Pompton PlainsNJ07444
    (973)616-6080
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    373 students | Year:  2009
  • Cherry HillHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award James F Cooper Elementary School
    1960 Greentree Rd
    Cherry HillNJ08003
    (856)424-4554
    Array
    277 students | Year:  2007
  • WaldwickHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Julia A Traphagen Elementary School
    153 Summit Ave
    WaldwickNJ07463
    (201)445-0730
    Array
    413 students | Year:  2009
  • IselinHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Kennedy Park Elementary School
    Goodrich Ave
    IselinNJ08830
    (732)602-8424
    Array
    369 students | Year:  2008
  • Ridgefield ParkHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Lincoln Elementary School
    712 Lincoln Ave
    Ridgefield ParkNJ07660
    (201)994-1830
    Array
    375 students | Year:  2011
  • ColoniaHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Lynn Crest Elementary School
    New Dover Rd
    ColoniaNJ07067
    (732)499-6558
    Array
    374 students | Year:  2010
  • ManahawkinHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award M A T Elementary School
    195 Cedar Bridge Rd
    ManahawkinNJ08050
    (609)978-8439
    Array
    240 students | Year:  2012
  • OceanportHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Maple Place Middle School
    Maple Place
    OceanportNJ07757
    (732)229-0267
    Array
    285 students | Year:  2009
  • Sandy HookHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Marine Academy Sci & Technical
    Building 305
    Sandy HookNJ07732
    (732)291-0995
    Array
    297 students | Year:  2013
  • EdisonHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Martin Luther King Elementary School
    285 Tingley Ln
    EdisonNJ08820
    (732)452-2980
    Array
    558 students | Year:  2010
  • RamseyHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Mary A Hubbard Elementary School
    10 Hubbard Ln
    RamseyNJ07446
    (201)785-2301
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    415 students | Year:  2012
  • EdisonHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Mdsx Co Vocational Acd Sci Eng High School
    100 Technology Dr
    EdisonNJ08837
    (732)452-2600
    Array
    156 students | Year:  2013
  • WoodbridgeHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Mdsx Co Vocational Health Biomed High School
    1 Convery Blvd
    WoodbridgeNJ07095
    (732)634-5858
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    182 students | Year:  2014
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Age 25+ w/College Degree 35% 25%
Median Household Income $78,182 $46,250
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