Top New Jersey Public Schools
- New Jersey is the #10 largest school system in the United States, serving 1,239,967 students across the top 2,297 public schools for the 2018-19 school year.
- New Jersey public schools have a diversity score of 0.43, which is higher than the national average of 0.32.
- Minority enrollment is 54% (majority Hispanic and Black) and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.
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(NJ) School Average
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Top New Jersey Public Schools by County (2018-19)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 66 Schools37,927 Students57% Minority
- 230 Schools114,968 Students48% Minority
- 125 Schools62,277 Students38% Minority
- 161 Schools78,386 Students54% Minority
- 27 Schools10,573 Students26% Minority
- 47 Schools22,148 Students64% Minority
- 226 Schools125,872 Students76% Minority
- 72 Schools40,848 Students27% Minority
- 126 Schools86,441 Students83% Minority
- 51 Schools19,558 Students17% Minority
- 100 Schools51,943 Students64% Minority
- 173 Schools111,416 Students68% Minority
- 172 Schools94,355 Students31% Minority
- 142 Schools71,071 Students33% Minority
- 91 Schools53,843 Students30% Minority
- 150 Schools81,617 Students69% Minority
- 24 Schools8,489 Students42% Minority
- 61 Schools41,603 Students51% Minority
- 45 Schools20,241 Students14% Minority
- 164 Schools90,105 Students67% Minority
- 44 Schools16,286 Students24% Minority
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