Largest New Jersey Public Schools

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  • The average public school in New Jersey has approximately 547 students (2018-19).
  • The public schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public school in New Jersey (by enrollment) is North Star Academy Charter School with 3,989 students.

Largest New Jersey Public Schools (2018-19)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • NewarkNorth Star Academy Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 3,989
    Grades: K-1210 Washington Place
    NewarkNJ 07102
    (973)642-0101

  • WaynePassaic County Technical Institute High SchoolVocational School
    Students: 3,359
    Grades: 9-1245 Reinhardt Road
    WayneNJ 07470
    (973)790-6000

  • NewarkTeam Academy Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 3,247
    Grades: K-1260 Park Place, Suite 802
    NewarkNJ 07102
    (973)622-0905

  • PassaicPassaic High School # 12
    Students: 3,063
    Grades: 9-12170 Paulison Ave.
    PassaicNJ 07055
    (973)470-5600

  • CliftonClifton High School
    Students: 3,036
    Grades: 9-12333 Colfax Avenue
    CliftonNJ 07013
    (973)470-2312

  • FlemingtonHunterdon Central Regional High School District
    Students: 3,035
    Grades: 9-1284 Route 31
    FlemingtonNJ 08822
    (908)782-5727

  • MatawanOld Bridge High School
    Students: 2,946
    Grades: 9-124209 Route 516
    MatawanNJ 07747
    (732)290-3900

  • Monmouth JunctionSouth Brunswick High School
    Students: 2,915
    Grades: 9-12750 Ridge Road
    Monmouth JunctionNJ 08852
    (732)329-4044

  • BridgewaterBridgewater-raritan Regional High School
    Students: 2,902
    Grades: 9-12600 Garretson Road, Po Box 656
    BridgewaterNJ 08807
    (908)231-8660

  • Union CityUnion City High School
    Students: 2,723
    Grades: 9-122500 Kennedy Blvd
    Union CityNJ 07087
    (201)330-8678

  • VinelandVineland Senior High School
    Students: 2,687
    Grades: 9-122880 E Chestnut Ave
    VinelandNJ 08360
    (856)794-6800

  • North BergenNorth Bergen High School
    Students: 2,512
    Grades: 9-127417 Kennedy Blvd
    North BergenNJ 07047
    (201)295-2800

  • BayonneBayonne High School
    Students: 2,405
    Grades: 9-12669 Avenue A
    BayonneNJ 07002
    (201)858-5900

  • SewellWashington Township High School
    Students: 2,326
    Grades: 9-12519 Hurffville Crosskeys Rd
    SewellNJ 08080
    (856)589-8500

  • Egg Harbor TownshipEgg Harbor Township High School
    Students: 2,325
    Grades: 9-1224 High School Drive
    Egg Harbor TownshipNJ 08234
    (609)653-0100

  • HillsboroughHillsborough High School
    Students: 2,263
    Grades: 9-12466 Raider Boulevard, 379 Sout
    HillsboroughNJ 08844
    (908)431-6600

  • Toms RiverToms River High School North
    Students: 2,254
    Grades: 9-121245 Old Freehold Road
    Toms RiverNJ 08753
    (732)505-5702

  • EdisonJohn P. Stevens High School
    Students: 2,242
    Grades: 9-12855 Grove Avenue
    EdisonNJ 08820
    (732)452-2800

  • FarmingdaleHowell High School
    Students: 2,220
    Grades: 9-12405 Squankum Yellowbrook Road
    FarmingdaleNJ 07727
    (732)919-2131

  • UnionUnion Senior High School
    Students: 2,212
    Grades: 9-122350 North Third Street
    UnionNJ 07083
    (908)851-6500

  • MarltonCherokee High School
    Students: 2,190
    Grades: 9-12120 Tomlinson Mill Road
    MarltonNJ 08053
    (856)983-5140

  • Cherry HillCherry Hill High School East
    Students: 2,177
    Grades: 9-121750 Kresson Rd
    Cherry HillNJ 08003
    (856)424-2222

  • PiscatawayPiscataway Township High School
    Students: 2,173
    Grades: 9-12100 Behmer Road
    PiscatawayNJ 08854
    (732)981-0700

  • SomersetFranklin High School
    Students: 2,157
    Grades: 9-12500 Elizabeth Avenue
    SomersetNJ 08873
    (732)302-4200

  • WarrenWatchung Hills Regional High School
    Students: 2,151
    Grades: 9-12108 Stirling Rd
    WarrenNJ 07059
    (908)647-4800

  • East BrunswickEast Brunswick High School
    Students: 2,125
    Grades: 10-12380 Cranbury Road
    East BrunswickNJ 08816
    (732)613-6904

  • FreeholdFreehold Township High School
    Students: 2,103
    Grades: 9-12281 Elton Adelphia Road
    FreeholdNJ 07728
    (732)431-8460

  • Monroe TownshipMonroe Township High School
    Students: 2,093
    Grades: 9-12200 Schoolhouse Road
    Monroe TownshipNJ 08831
    (732)521-2882

  • West OrangeWest Orange High School
    Students: 2,084
    Grades: 9-1251 Conforti Ave
    West OrangeNJ 07052
    (973)669-5301

  • Perth AmboyPerth Amboy High School
    Students: 2,071
    Grades: 9-12Eagle Ave & Francis St
    Perth AmboyNJ 08861
    (732)376-6030

  • Mount HollyRancocas Valley Regional High School
    Students: 2,061
    Grades: 9-12520 Jacksonville Road
    Mount HollyNJ 08060
    (609)267-0830

  • ManahawkinSouthern Regional High School
    Students: 2,045
    Grades: 9-1290 Cedar Bridge Road
    ManahawkinNJ 08050
    (609)597-9481

  • VoorheesEastern Regional High School
    Students: 2,038
    Grades: 9-121401 Laurel Oak Road, P. O. Bo
    VoorheesNJ 08043
    (856)784-4441

  • BloomfieldBloomfield High School
    Students: 2,016
    Grades: 9-12160 Broad Street
    BloomfieldNJ 07003
    (973)680-8500

  • MontclairMontclair High School
    Students: 2,013
    Grades: 9-12100 Chestnut St
    MontclairNJ 07042
    (973)509-4100

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