Sunday, February 22, 2015

Top 25 Scorers in 2015 AMC 10A

Rank
Score
First Initial
Last 
Name
Grade
Location
1
150
H
KIM
9
WYCKOFF, NJ
1
150
J
LEE
9
VA
1
150
S
NICE
9
ASH, AL
1
150
A
WHITE
10
OCONTO, WI
1
150
S
ZHU
10
ANDOVER, MA
6
145.5
S
DARD
10
ELM, GA
7
144
Z
LEE
9
PINEVILLE, NC
7
144
S
LIU
10
CHARLOTTE, NC
7
144
A
PENG
9
FENTON, MO
7
144
E
WAN
6
BELLEVUE, WA
7
144
A
YUE
10
ANDOVER, MA
12
141
S
NIU
10
CUPERTINO, CA
12
141
W
SUN
9
FALLS CHURCH, VA
12
141
A
WANG
8
SUGAR LAND, TX
15
139.5
J
HONG
10
PALO ALTO, CA
15
139.5
J
ZHOU
9
NJ
17
138
N
CHEERLA
10
CUPERTINO, CA
17
138
G
CUI
9
NORTH POTOMAC, MD
17
138
N
HU
8
WESTLAFAYETTE, IN
17
138
K
REBHOLZ
8
BERWYN, PA
17
138
M
REN
9
ANDOVER, MA
17
138
T
WANG
7
MARLBORO, NJ
17
138
D
ZHAO
10
DALLAS, TX
24
136.5
P
RATHORE
10
NORTHPOTOMAC, MD
24
136.5
D
SONG
10
RIDGEWOOD, NJ

Friday, February 6, 2015

Harvard Received 37,305 Applications for Class of 2019

A record 37,305 students have applied for admission to Harvard College’s Class of 2019. Last year 34,295 applied, while the previous high was 35,023 for the Class of 2017.

“Two factors may have combined to produce such a large applicant pool: the publicity surrounding Ken Griffin’s $150 million gift for financial aid, which came in February 2014, just as high school juniors were beginning the college search, and the Harvard College Connection, our new electronic outreach that includes a new website, video, and social media,” said William R. Fitzsimmons, dean of admissions and financial aid.

“Ken Griffin’s remarkable generosity, along with the high priority of financial aid in the ongoing capital campaign, underscores Harvard’s fundamental commitment to access and affordability,” said Sally C. Donahue, Griffin Director of Financial Aid. “A large percentage of the application increase came from those applying for financial aid.”

Close to 60 percent of Harvard students receive need-based aid, and on average their families pay only $12,000 annually. Harvard requires no contribution from the 20 percent of Harvard families with annual incomes below $65,000, asks an average of 10 percent of income from the majority of families receiving financial aid, and does not require loans. Even families with incomes greater than $150,000 are eligible for aid depending on their particular circumstances, such as having multiple children in college or unusual medical or other essential expenses.

“The Harvard College Connection was mentioned frequently by applicants as a factor in their decision to apply,” said Marlyn E. McGrath, director of admissions. “While it will be several years before we have definitive information about the effect of this new electronic outreach, we are encouraged by what we have seen so far.

“The ethnic composition, gender breakdown, and geographic makeup of the applicant pool are very similar to last year,” she said. “There was a slight increase (11.7 percent) in the number of students interested in the humanities and small increases for other prospective concentrations, except for computer science, which had a 38.9 percent increase. The attention that ‘Computer Science 50: Introduction to Computer Science’ has received in the media and the Internet seems to have played a role.”

Applicants will be notified of the Admissions Committee’s decisions on March 31. Admitted students will be invited to Cambridge for Visitas, the visiting program for prospective freshmen, to be held this year from April 25-27. Students have until May 1, the national reply date, to notify Harvard and other colleges of their enrollment decisions.

http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2015/02/record-37305-apply-to-college/

Yale Received 30,227 Applications for Class of 2019


The Admissions Office expected a relatively flat year in application growth after last year’s record-high figure, and plans to admit approximately the same number of students, Quinlan said.

“I think we’ll probably admit about the same number of applicants as we did last year, which means the admittance rate will probably stay relatively stable,” Quinlan said.

Among other Ivy League schools, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton and Columbia University each reported all-time high application totals this year. UPenn’s application count climbed to 37,264 this year, while Princeton and Columbia received 27,259 and 36,223 applications respectively. Both Dartmouth and Brown saw slight increases in application numbers as well, with Brown also reporting its second-largest pool in school history. Harvard and Cornell have not yet released their application numbers for the class of 2019.

Quinlan attributed rising application numbers at Yale and its peer institutions to factors such as the accessibility of the Common Application and increased global mobility of highly qualified students seeking higher education.

Carter Guensler, a high school senior from Atlanta who applied regular decision to Yale, said the Common Application has simplified and streamlined the college application process, allowing students to apply to several schools very easily.

“In my opinion, the Common App definitely makes it easier to apply to a wider range of schools,” Guensler said. “My dad teaches at Georgia Tech, and upon switching to the Common App, the influx of applications there was incredible. In addition, schools get a wider range of applicants, adding to the diversity, but also lowering the acceptance rates.”

The University has already admitted 753 of its 4,693 early applicants to the class of 2019, registering a 16 percent early acceptance rate — a slight boost from last year.

In December, Quinlan attributed that boost, in part, to a higher degree of diversity in the early applicant pool, a trend he said he said was also reflected in the regular decision pool.

He added that for the first time in several years, international application growth outpaced domestic application growth.

Brian Taylor, director of The Ivy Coach, a New York-based college consulting firm, said rising application numbers seen across the Ivy League are a result of marketing practices directed at students who are unlikely to be competitive applicants.

“Highly selective colleges, including the Ivy League colleges, recruit students who aren’t qualified to gain admission to these schools through marketing brochures,” Taylor said. “And they do so only so they can have a lot of applications, and ultimately a lower admission rate.”

Quinlan denied making use of this tactic, saying that Yale focuses on targeting the most competitive potential applicants.

Director of Outreach and Recruitment Mark Dunn ’07 echoed this statement, noting that the Admissions Office has made strong efforts to market to high-achieving, low-income students by advertising Yale’s affordability.

He added that the office has begun using a geo-tagging service to identify potential applicants living in low-income census tracts, who may not know about Yale’s need-based financial aid awards. By targeting these areas, Quinlan said, the Admissions Office is able to provide high-achieving, low-income students with comprehensive information about the University’s financial aid policies, as well as outline how certain students are eligible for getting their Yale application fee waived.

“This past year we increased the number of students receiving these mailings and the number of pieces they received — from two postcards to two postcards and a letter written by a current student receiving a very generous financial aid package,” Dunn said. “We saw that applications from those census tracts grew at three times the overall late last year compared to the previous year, and this year they grew more than 10 percent more.”

Yale will release its admission decisions March 31.

http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2015/02/04/yale-college-applications-fall-just-short-of-record/

Saturday, January 31, 2015

2014 Ranking of New Jersey High Schools by SAT Scores

Rank
School
Math
Verbal
Writing
Total
1
MILLBURN HIGH SCHOOL
645
620
632
1897
2
PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL
637
613
617
1867
3
W WINDSOR HS  SOUTH
639
608
618
1865
4
TENAFLY HIGH SCHOOL
641
600
622
1863
5
W WINDSOR HS NORTH
637
605
615
1857
6
MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL
636
601
615
1852
7
RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
612
583
590
1785
8
N VALLEY REG DEMAREST
603
574
599
1776
9
DR RONALD MCNAIR HS
624
577
573
1774
10
RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
611
577
585
1773
11
JOHN P. STEVENS HS
612
572
589
1773
12
LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL
610
572
586
1768
13
HADDONFIELD MEMORIAL HS
595
583
590
1768
14
SUMMIT SENIOR HS
599
576
583
1758
15
WESTFIELD SENIOR HS
602
574
580
1756
16
CHATHAM HIGH SCHOOL
591
571
583
1745
17
MOUNTAIN LAKES HS
589
571
579
1739
18
HOLMDEL HIGH SCHOOL
602
569
563
1734
19
GLEN RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
586
571
573
1730
20
BERNARDS HIGH SCHOOL
584
575
570
1729
21
HIGHLAND PARK HS
577
577
574
1728
22
GLEN ROCK HIGH SCHOOL
590
565
572
1727
23
NEW PROVIDENCE HS
600
562
564
1726
24
VOORHEES HIGH SCHOOL
592
569
564
1725
25
HOPEWELL VALLEY CENTRAL 
590
569
560
1719
26
N VALLEY REG OLD TAPPEN 
587
557
574
1718
27
CHERRY HILL HS EAST
588
560
570
1718
28
N HIGHLANDS REGIONAL HS
591
552
573
1716
29
CRESSKILL HIGH SCHOOL
583
548
583
1714
30
MOORESTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
584
566
556
1706
31
PASCACK HILLS HS
581
549
569
1699
32
WATCHUNG HILLS REGIONAL 
576
556
565
1697
33
WEST MORRIS MENDHAM HS
580
556
557
1693
34
SOUTH BRUNSWICK HS
577
549
566
1692
35
RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN REG HS
572
553
567
1692
36
COLTS NECK HIGH SCHOOL
574
551
565
1690
37
MADISON HIGH SCHOOL
562
559
568
1689
38
NORTH HUNTERDON HS
578
560
549
1687
39
KINNELON HIGH SCHOOL
577
548
559
1684
40
MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP HS
581
548
554
1683
41
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG 
591
543
549
1683
42
MAHWAH HIGH
578
546
558
1682
43
WEST MORRIS CENTRAL HS
580
546
554
1680
44
CRANFORD HIGH SCHOOL
568
550
561
1679
45
HILLSBOROUGH HS
579
548
549
1676
46
RAMAPO HIGH SCHOOL
574
544
556
1674
47
PEQUANNOCK TOWNSHIP HS
568
532
570
1670
48
METUCHEN HIGH SCHOOL
560
545
561
1666
49
RIVER DELL REGIONAL HS
573
541
549
1663
50
MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL
573
539
550
1662
51
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
573
540
547
1660
52
EAST BRUNSWICK HS
577
537
546
1660
53
EASTERN REGIONAL HS
570
544
545
1659
54
PARSIPPANY HILLS HS
580
533
546
1659
55
GOVERNOR LIVINGSTON HS
565
541
551
1657
56
WHIPPANY PARK HS
559
539
548
1646
57
MONTCLAIR HIGH SCHOOL
557
546
543
1646
58
HUNTERDON CENTRAL REG 
568
536
540
1644
59
WEST ESSEX HIGH SCHOOL
562
528
548
1638
60
PARK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
559
528
546
1633
61
VERONA HIGH SCHOOL
537
541
549
1627
62
INDIAN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
552
526
549
1627
63
PARSIPPANY HIGH SCHOOL
566
522
538
1626
64
MIDLAND PARK JR./SR. HS
542
536
545
1623
65
SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL
550
537
536
1623
66
SPARTA HIGH SCHOOL
550
539
534
1623
67
LEONIA HIGH SCHOOL
560
522
538
1620
68
MIDDLETOWN HS SOUTH
552
535
530
1617
69
MOUNT OLIVE HIGH SCHOOL
564
526
525
1615
70
PASCACK VALLEY HS
557
528
527
1612
71
WAYNE HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
558
516
537
1611
72
JAMES CALDWELL HS
541
533
534
1608
73
MORRISTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
546
530
531
1607
74
MORRIS KNOLLS HS
549
527
529
1605
75
PARAMUS HIGH SCHOOL
557
514
534
1605
76
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD 
554
527
521
1602
77
WALL HIGH SCHOOL
547
527
527
1601
78
ROBBINSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
545
525
531
1601
79
FORT LEE HIGH SCHOOL
553
508
538
1599
80
HANOVER PARK HS
543
523
532
1598
81
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
542
526
527
1595
82
ALLENTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
554
526
514
1594
83
SOMERVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
551
522
521
1594
84
WAYNE VALLEY HS
550
519
523
1592
85
FAIR LAWN HIGH SCHOOL
549
520
521
1590
86
LENAPE HIGH SCHOOL
551
515
520
1586
87
DELAWARE VALLEY REG HS 
530
534
519
1583
88
FREEHOLD BOROUGH HS
546
518
519
1583
89
SOUTH HUNTERDON REG HS
541
524
518
1583
90
CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL
547
521
514
1582
91
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP HS
538
521
519
1578
92
CHERRY HILL HS WEST
543
516
519
1578
93
RAMSEY HIGH SCHOOL
542
515
519
1576
94
SENECA HIGH SCHOOL
539
520
515
1574
95
POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH 
544
514
513
1571
96
RUTHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL
544
509
518
1571
97
MANASQUAN HIGH SCHOOL
540
511
518
1569
98
MANALAPAN HIGH SCHOOL
548
511
510
1569
99
LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL
539
518
511
1568
100
NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL
541
516
509
1566
101
HIGHTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
537
517
512
1566
102
MONROE TOWNSHIP HS
537
510
518
1565
103
WESTWOOD JUNIOR/SENIOR 
537
514
512
1563
104
ROXBURY HIGH SCHOOL
527
522
514
1563
105
N BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP HS
536
513
512
1561
106
N WARREN REG SCHOOL DIST
529
533
498
1560
107
OLD BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
532
506
521
1559
108
WALLKILL VALLEY REGIONAL
533
508
512
1553
109
PHILLIPSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
534
514
503
1551
110
POINT PLEASANT BEACH HS
528
509
513
1550
111
HAMMONTON HIGH SCHOOL
533
510
504
1547
112
MAINLAND REGIONAL HS
530
515
501
1546
113
OCEAN TOWNSHIP HS
530
506
510
1546
114
WEEHAWKEN HIGH SCHOOL
533
502
509
1544
115
OCEAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL
534
511
496
1541
116
LAKELAND REGIONAL HS
522
507
509
1538
117
WOODSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
529
509
499
1537
118
DUMONT HIGH SCHOOL
532
500
503
1535
119
VERNON TOWNSHIP HS
525
507
501
1533
120
CLEARVIEW REGIONAL HS
538
504
491
1533
121
TOMS RIVER HIGH SCHOOL N
536
499
497
1532
122
PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP HS
535
492
504
1531
123
KITTATINNY REGIONAL HS
525
507
498
1530
124
MORRIS HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
535
494
500
1529
125
POMPTON LAKES HS
529
492
508
1529
126
HIGH POINT REGIONAL HS
517
505
505
1527
127
KINGSWAY REGIONAL HS
522
505
500
1527
128
SHORE REGIONAL HS
522
502
503
1527
129
WARREN HILLS REGIONAL HS
512
511
503
1526
130
WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
526
499
500
1525
131
CINNAMINSON HIGH SCHOOL
524
503
498
1525
132
HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
526
502
495
1523
133
RANCOCAS VALLEY REG HS
528
503
491
1522
134
HAMILTON EAST - STEINERT
520
503
499
1522
135
MATAWAN REGIONAL HS
524
498
496
1518
136
CEDAR GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
525
487
505
1517
137
JACKSON MEMORIAL HS
527
496
494
1517
138
SPOTSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
530
498
489
1517
139
HACKETTSTOWN HS
516
502
499
1517
140
RED BANK REGIONAL HS
515
501
501
1517
141
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP HS
520
503
492
1515
142
HADDON TOWNSHIP HS
522
497
495
1514
143
EDISON HIGH SCHOOL
524
492
495
1511
144
MIDDLETOWN HS
521
497
491
1509
145
MONMOUTH REGIONAL HS
522
495
490
1507
146
JOHN F. KENNEDY HS
536
482
489
1507
147
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS HS
538
483
484
1505
148
ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL
529
477
499
1505
149
PALISADES PARK JR-SR HS
524
481
499
1504
150
TOMS RIVER HS EAST
530
486
488
1504
151
JONATHAN DAYTON HS
513
497
492
1502
152
DUNELLEN HIGH SCHOOL
514
487
499
1500
153
N BURLINGTON COUNTY REG 
505
502
493
1500
154
ARTHUR L. JOHNSON HS
516
494
487
1497
155
LENAPE VALLEY REGIONAL 
501
492
502
1495
156
COLONIA HIGH SCHOOL
517
486
492
1495
157
WEST DEPTFORD HS
516
489
488
1493
158
LACEY TOWNSHIP HS
515
492
483
1490
159
PASSAIC VALLEY REGIONAL 
516
481
491
1488
160
HADDON HEIGHTS JR-SR HS
514
486
487
1487
161
RIDGEFIELD MEMORIAL HS
523
473
491
1487
162
BORDENTOWN REGIONAL HS
518
486
482
1486
163
SOUTHERN REGIONAL HS
520
490
475
1485
164
PINELANDS REGIONAL HS
502
498
485
1485
165
AUDUBON JUNIOR/SENIOR HS
518
494
473
1485
166
BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL
500
493
489
1482
167
HOPATCONG HIGH SCHOOL
495
507
478
1480
168
PENNSVILLE MEMORIAL HS
510
492
478
1480
169
WALLINGTON JUNIOR/SENIOR
501
482
497
1480
170
NEW MILFORD HIGH SCHOOL
499
486
494
1479
171
NEW EGYPT HIGH SCHOOL
505
492
482
1479
172
TOMS RIVER HS SOUTH
513
492
473
1478
173
TRITON REGIONAL HS
513
487
477
1477
174
TIMBER CREEK REGIONAL HS
510
489
476
1475
175
SAYREVILLE WAR MEMORIAL 
518
477
480
1475
176
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP HS
498
491
485
1474
177
BELVIDERE HIGH SCHOOL
501
486
484
1471
178
HENRY HUDSON REG SCHOOL
489
501
481
1471
179
WEST MILFORD TOWNSHIP HS
494
494
483
1471
180
JACKSON LIBERTY HS
518
478
474
1470
181
HAWTHORNE HIGH SCHOOL
496
491
480
1467
182
COLLINGSWOOD HS
495
490
481
1466
183
BRICK TOWNSHIP MEM HS
502
480
484
1466
184
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP HS
513
486
467
1466
185
MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP HS
515
482
468
1465
186
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP HS
514
481
468
1463
187
BRICK TOWNSHIP HS
501
483
476
1460
188
NUTLEY HIGH SCHOOL
503
473
484
1460
189
VINELAND SENIOR HS
502
485
473
1460
190
SECAUCUS HIGH SCHOOL
509
479
472
1460
191
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP HS
504
482
473
1459
192
BARNEGAT HIGH SCHOOL
513
477
469
1459
193
BOONTON HIGH SCHOOL
499
479
480
1458
194
WOOD-RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
487
491
479
1457
195
ABSEGAMI HIGH SCHOOL
503
481
472
1456
196
WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL
488
481
487
1456
197
DWIGHT MORROW HS/ACADEMIES@ENGLEWOOD
492
476
487
1455
198
DELRAN HIGH SCHOOL
506
474
474
1454
199
BUENA REGIONAL HS
495
491
468
1454
200
HIGHLAND REGIONAL HS
495
488
470
1453
201
BERGENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
501
476
476
1453
202
EMERSON JR SR HIGH
491
486
476
1453
203
DOVER HIGH SCHOOL
504
472
473
1449
204
MIDDLESEX HIGH SCHOOL
506
468
475
1449
205
WILLIAMSTOWN HS
502
479
465
1446
206
CEDAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
499
483
464
1446
207
RARITAN HIGH SCHOOL
495
475
473
1443
208
GATEWAY REGIONAL HS
501
475
466
1442
209
FLORENCE TOWNSHIP MEM 
502
466
469
1437
210
SOUTH PLAINFIELD HS
495
474
467
1436
211
HENRY P. BECTON REG HS
496
462
473
1431
212
BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP HS
490
475
465
1430
213
STERLING HIGH SCHOOL
477
478
474
1429
214
MANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
491
469
466
1426
215
MAPLE SHADE HIGH SCHOOL
492
466
465
1423
216
NORTH ARLINGTON HS
487
465
468
1420
217
DELSEA REGIONAL HS
499
464
456
1419
218
HACKENSACK HIGH SCHOOL
485
472
462
1419
219
DAVID BREARLEY MID/HIGH
487
471
460
1418
220
WOODBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
493
463
461
1417
221
RIDGEFIELD PARK JR SR HS
486
458
472
1416
222
OAKCREST HIGH SCHOOL
492
462
462
1416
223
TEANECK HIGH SCHOOL
480
469
465
1414
224
RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
478
471
465
1414
225
PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP HS
484
477
452
1413
226
LOWER CAPE MAY REGIONAL 
481
470
461
1412
227
PITMAN HIGH SCHOOL
484
463
459
1406
228
FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL
487
462
455
1404
229
CENTRAL REGIONAL HS
488
464
450
1402
230
WOODBURY JR-SR HS
483
459
458
1400
231
EWING HIGH SCHOOL
458
471
469
1398
232
MILLVILLE SENIOR HS
471
468
458
1397
233
CLIFFSIDE PARK HS
482
452
458
1392
234
BOGOTA JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
465
471
456
1392
235
ROSELLE PARK HIGH SCHOOL
490
447
449
1386
236
GLOUCESTER CITY JR. SR. HS
471
459
456
1386
237
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL HS
475
460
450
1385
238
KEARNY HIGH SCHOOL
477
456
451
1384
239
GLASSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
478
457
448
1383
240
SADDLE BROOK MIDDLE/HIGH
462
454
466
1382
241
HAMILTON WEST-WATSON
476
457
442
1375
242
HAMILTON N-NOTTINGHAM
466
454
452
1372
243
BELLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
469
449
450
1368
244
KEYPORT HIGH SCHOOL
470
446
452
1368
245
ARTHUR P SCHALICK HS
457
468
443
1368
246
MEMORIAL SENIOR HS
471
441
455
1367
247
CLIFTON HIGH SCHOOL
465
450
451
1366
248
LYNDHURST HIGH SCHOOL
480
443
441
1364
249
SOUTH AMBOY MIDDLE/HIGH
467
455
437
1359
250
NORTH BERGEN HIGH SCHOOL
473
438
444
1355
251
SOUTH RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
466
445
438
1349
252
OVERBROOK SENIOR HS
463
445
439
1347
253
KEANSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
466
443
428
1337
254
BAYONNE HIGH SCHOOL
464
433
439
1336
255
UNION SENIOR HIGH
458
440
438
1336
256
LODI HIGH SCHOOL
461
438
433
1332
257
NORTH PLAINFIELD HS
469
430
430
1329
258
ATLANTIC CITY HIGH SCHOOL
458
435
433
1326
259
CLAYTON HIGH SCHOOL
457
430
433
1320
260
BURLINGTON CITY HS
456
441
422
1319
261
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP HS
446
436
432
1314
262
NEPTUNE HIGH SCHOOL
434
436
440
1310
263
BLOOMFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
445
429
435
1309
264
BOUND BROOK HIGH SCHOOL
464
427
417
1308
265
RAHWAY HIGH SCHOOL
452
428
427
1307
266
PENNSAUKEN HIGH SCHOOL
452
427
424
1303
267
CARTERET HIGH SCHOOL
460
419
422
1301
268
GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
456
423
417
1296
269
PENNS GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
460
422
413
1295
270
NEW BRUNSWICK HS
453
416
426
1295
271
PALMYRA HIGH SCHOOL
434
440
420
1294
272
PASSAIC COUNTY-MANCHESTER
447
425
420
1292
273
HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
441
420
430
1291
274
LINDEN HIGH SCHOOL
442
427
421
1290
275
LINDENWOLD HIGH SCHOOL
451
423
413
1287
276
CICELY L. TYSON COM MID/HIG
438
420
415
1273
277
SALEM HIGH SCHOOL
436
412
419
1267
278
MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
447
414
402
1263
279
WILDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
444
413
404
1261
280
PERTH AMBOY HIGH SCHOOL
445
398
402
1245
281
UNION CITY HIGH SCHOOL
436
403
406
1245
282
EAST SIDE HIGH SCHOOL
431
396
402
1229
283
PAULSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
427
404
396
1227
284
TRENTON CENTRAL HS – W CAM
411
408
408
1227
285
LONG BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL
423
399
400
1222
286
PASSAIC HIGH SCHOOL # 12
427
401
394
1222
287
WILLINGBORO HIGH SCHOOL
418
405
397
1220
288
HOBOKEN JUNIOR SENIOR HS
415
398
391
1204
289
WILLIAM L DICKINSON HS
423
383
395
1201
290
LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL
406
397
392
1195
291
INTERNATIONAL HS
423
387
382
1192
292
BRIDGETON HIGH SCHOOL
413
392
385
1190
293
HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
409
386
388
1183
294
ABRAHAM CLARK HS
388
395
385
1168
295
ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL
400
374
371
1145
296
IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
379
374
377
1130
297
PLAINFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
381
380
368
1129
298
TRENTON CENTRAL HS - M CAM
378
375
375
1128
299
MET EAST HIGH SCHOOL
365
385
354
1104
300
LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
388
355
358
1101
301
DAYLIGHT/TWILIGHT HS
352
384
364
1100
302
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
372
351
355
1078
303
PLEASANTVILLE HS
380
340
356
1076
304
EAST ORANGE CAMPUS HS
362
361
343
1066
305
JAMES J FERRIS HIGH SCHOOL
368
334
346
1048
306
HENRY SNYDER HIGH SCHOOL
354
345
346
1045
307
ASBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL
363
342
316
1021
308
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
355
333
331
1019
309
WOODROW WILSON HS
353
336
329
1018
310
CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL
352
325
337
1014
311
WEEQUAHIC HIGH SCHOOL
345
330
339
1014
312
BARRINGER HIGH SCHOOL
350
329
331
1010
313
MALCOLM X SHABAZZ HS
336
325
316
977