Top New Jersey Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(NJ) School Average
Asian
10%
Hispanic
29%
Black
15%
White
44%
Two or more races
2%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in NJ.

Top Overall Ranked Public Schools in New Jersey (2020)

  • School Student Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.-2.
    High Technology High SchoolRank: #1-2
    Vocational School
    Math: ≥95% (Top 1%) Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)Math: ≥95% (Top 1%)
    Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12765 Newman Springs Road
    LincroftNJ 07738
    (732)842-8444

  • 1.-2.
    Union County Magnet High SchoolRank: #1-2
    Vocational School
    Math: ≥95% (Top 1%) Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)Math: ≥95% (Top 1%)
    Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-121776 Raritan Road
    Scotch PlainsNJ 07076
    (908)889-8288

  • 3.
    School 28Rank: #3
    Math: 96% (Top 1%) Reading: 96% (Top 1%)Math: 96% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 96% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-8200 Presidential Boulevard
    PatersonNJ 07522
    (973)321-0280

  • 4.
    Biotechnology High SchoolRank: #4
    Vocational School
    Math: ≥95% (Top 1%) Reading: 96% (Top 1%)Math: ≥95% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 96% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-125000 Kozloski Road
    FreeholdNJ 07728
    (732)431-7942

  • 5.-6.
    Academy For Allied Health SciencesRank: #5-6
    Vocational School
    Math: 90-94% (Top 1%) Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)Math: 90-94% (Top 1%)
    Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-121776 Raritan Road
    Scotch PlainsNJ 07076
    (908)889-8288

  • 5.-6.Math: 90-94% (Top 1%) Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)Math: 90-94% (Top 1%)
    Reading: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 8-121 Convery Boulevard
    WoodbridgeNJ 07095
    (732)634-5858

  • 7.Math: ≥95% (Top 1%) Reading: ≥95% (Top 1%)Math: ≥95% (Top 1%)
    Reading: ≥95% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12100 Technology Drive
    EdisonNJ 08837
    (732)452-2600

  • 8.
    Academy For Information TechnologyRank: #8
    Vocational School
    Math: 90-94% (Top 1%) Reading: 96% (Top 1%)Math: 90-94% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 96% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-121776 Raritan Road
    Scotch PlainsNJ 07076
    (908)889-8288

  • 9.
    Bergen County AcademiesRank: #9
    Vocational School
    Math: ≥99% (Top 1%) Reading: 94% (Top 1%)Math: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 94% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12200 Hackensack Avenue
    HackensackNJ 07601
    (201)343-6000

  • 10.-11.
    Academy Of Allied Health And ScienceRank: #10-11
    Vocational School
    Math: 90-94% (Top 1%) Reading: 95% (Top 1%)Math: 90-94% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 95% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-122325 Heck Avenue
    NeptuneNJ 07753
    (732)775-0058

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Top New Jersey Public Schools by County (2020)

County
# Schools
# Students
% Minority
83 Schools
44,708 Students
61% Minority
284 Schools
135,829 Students
50% Minority
146 Schools
68,904 Students
40% Minority
164 Schools
80,322 Students
58% Minority
34 Schools
12,493 Students
25% Minority
55 Schools
27,264 Students
72% Minority
244 Schools
136,627 Students
76% Minority
86 Schools
47,401 Students
29% Minority
130 Schools
87,490 Students
83% Minority
54 Schools
19,227 Students
19% Minority
105 Schools
55,798 Students
68% Minority
202 Schools
131,834 Students
71% Minority
191 Schools
97,734 Students
34% Minority
158 Schools
75,366 Students
35% Minority
119 Schools
68,867 Students
29% Minority
153 Schools
83,270 Students
72% Minority
33 Schools
10,833 Students
39% Minority
81 Schools
52,380 Students
55% Minority
47 Schools
20,140 Students
15% Minority
179 Schools
97,200 Students
68% Minority
45 Schools
16,350 Students
27% Minority
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