Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Stanford eyes undergraduate enrollment increase

Stanford University's new General Use Permit application, submitted to the county on Nov. 21, maps out ambitious expansion plans, including not only to the physical campus but also its student body, with a placeholder to increase undergraduate student enrollment by 100 students per year through 2035.

Stanford spokeswoman Lisa Lapin said that Stanford included the enrollment increase in the application because the university "wants to preserve the option for possible future undergraduate growth," but has no present plans to do so.
The application, however, calls enrollment growth an "increasing priority" for the university.

"Stanford plans a modest expansion of undergraduate enrollments in recognition of the fact that applications to Stanford have increased while spaces available have not, resulting in one of the lowest rates of admission in the nation," the application states. "Providing a reasonable increase in the number of talented students for whom a Stanford education is accessible has therefore become an increasing priority."

Stanford's fall 2016 admission rate was a record low of 4.8 percent — down from 9.5 percent in 2008.

The General Use Permit application includes a report on student, faculty and staff population projections that assumes the annual bump in the undergraduate student body, starting in 2018. Growing by 100 students each year is "higher than the historic growth rate," the report states. Lapin said she could not recall any increase "in recent memory, beyond a few students in any given year."

In the fall of 2015, 6,994 undergraduates were enrolled at Stanford. The majority of those students — 6,401 — lived on campus. That population is anticipated to grow to 7,085 in the fall of 2018, by which time Stanford expects to receive the county's approval of the General Use Permit.

By 2035, Stanford expects to see 8,785 undergraduates, according to the report. The application proposes to add 1,700 beds to accommodate the undergraduate growth.

The university also expects its graduate and postdoctoral student population to grow between 2018 and 2035: graduates by about 70 students per year, and postdoctoral students by about 56 students per year (a total growth of 960 students), according to the application.

Faculty numbers are expected to increase at historic rates, the report states.

The permit proposes constructing 3,150 faculty/staff housing units and student beds (up to 550 housing units for faculty and staff).

"Stanford wishes to continue to provide on-campus housing to meet the increasing student enrollment in coming years, to foster collaboration and learning, and to attract and retain world class faculty," the application states.

Stanford's "broad, long-term consideration," Lapin wrote in an email to the Weekly, "is whether there should be a balance in the student body, so that we have an equal number of undergraduate and graduate students.

"But again, there is no present plan to do so," she wrote.

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http://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2016/11/28/stanford-eyes-undergraduate-enrollment-increase

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Northwestern Received 3,736 Early Applications for Class of 2021

Northwestern received a record number of Early Decision applications by the Nov. 1 deadline, with an increase of about 23 percent from last year.
A total of 3,736 people submitted applications by the deadline. The last Early Decision application record was set just last year, when the University received a total of 3,022 Early Decision applications.
This year’s spike included an increase in international student submissions, which rose by about 39 percent, totaling 603 international Early Decision applications, said Mike Mills, associate provost for University enrollment.
Mills said NU frequently breaks its records for numbers of applicants.
“It sounds like a broken record, but that’s been true for probably the last 12 years running,” Mills said. “This one’s a new record.”
Mills said he expects the Early Decision round to fill roughly half of next year’s incoming first-year class, which is expected to total 1,925 students. However, he said exact numbers will not be finalized until all of the applications are read.

The source of the increase is unclear, Mills said, but one contributing factor could be the Segal Visitors Center. When campus visits were based at the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 1801 Hinman Ave., large school groups were turned away due to a lack of space, he said.
In contrast, the Segal Visitors Center has allowed the university to accommodate more visitors.
Mills said Early Decision applicant decisions should be released no later than Dec. 15.

https://dailynorthwestern.com/2016/11/15/campus/early-decision-applications-increase-by-more-than-20-percent-this-year/

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Yale Received 5,086 Early Applications for Class of 2021

The number of early action applications to Yale College this fall increased by 9 percent, marking a major spike after three years of stagnation.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced Monday that it received 5,086 student applications through the single-choice early action program to the freshman class of 2021. The increase over last year’s early action pool represents a major break from the trend of the last three years, in which early application numbers hovered around 4,700 applicants. This uptick coincides with the gradual expansion of Yale College, set to begin this year with the largest-ever freshman class, composed of roughly 1,550 students.
Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeremiah Quinlan said that although the early action pool only gives a glimpse into what the overall pool will eventually look like, he was encouraged by the strength and diversity of the early applicants. Quinlan added that he is especially excited by the prospect of offering more students spots in the freshman class.
“This year’s single-choice early action pool shows a continuation of many positive trends we have seen for several years now,” Quinlan said. “As it has grown, the applicant pool has also become increasingly diverse, with a larger proportion of applications coming from students who identify with backgrounds that have been historically underrepresented at Yale and in higher education generally.”
According to Director of Outreach and Recruitment Mark Dunn ’07, early applications increased across “virtually every subgroup of applicants” that the admissions office tracks. The growth of these subgroups — which includes underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, international students and first-generation students — outpaced the overall rise in applications. This continues an application trend seen last year with increased socioeconomic and geographic diversity in Yale’s early application pool.
Despite the rise in applications, Dunn emphasized that Yale’s outreach efforts were not intended to increase the number of applicants, but to improve the diversity and quality of the application pool.
Dunn was hesitant to link Yale’s targeted outreach to underrepresented groups with the increased diversity of the early application pool. Still, he said outreach efforts — including mailing campaigns aimed at high-achieving low-income students, an ambassadorial program for students from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds and an annual Multicultural Open House — potentially influenced the number of applications Yale received this fall.
“In all of our outreach efforts, we strive to put the authentic experience of real Yale students front and center,” Dunn said. “I think this strategy has been successful in helping students from all backgrounds imagine themselves thriving at Yale.”
Dunn noted that the Admissions Office plans to put together a full press release about the QuestBridge National College Match program in December.
However, it is unclear what caused this year’s surge in early applications. Olivia Facini ’19 speculated that the increase in early applications could reflect the fact that students are becoming more comfortable applying early action to Yale.
Although the Admissions Office states on its website that the higher acceptance rate for early applicants reflects the strength of the early action pool relative to regular decision applicants, Facini said this higher acceptance rate may be becoming more widely noted, encouraging students to apply early.
High school seniors from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and 91 foreign countries applied early this year, according to the Admissions Office.

http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2016/11/15/early-applications-increase-by-9-percent/

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Penn Received 5,999 Early Applications for Class of 2021

This year, Penn received 5,999 applications in the Early Decision round — the most it has ever seen.

However, the number of ED applications received does not yet reflect the QuestBridge applications, which are reviewed by Penn under a separate early program. QuestBridge is a non-profit organization that links low-income students with top colleges.

Last year, 5,762 students, including QuestBridge students, sent in their applications to Penn early. Already, Penn has seen a four percent increase in applications since the 2015 application cycle. But Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said there are dangers to making direct comparisons.

“It’s not comparing apples and apples,” Furda said.

The final total for Penn Early Decision applications will be known when QuestBridge deliberations have completed.

Each year, the number of Early Decision applications generally increases. This year, the number of applications to Penn through the Early Decision program grew even though the Penn Admissions team briefly changed their early admissions program to a restricted policy and then changed it back again.


Early Decision acceptances are released in mid-December, and QuestBridge acceptances are released before Thanksgiving.

http://www.thedp.com:8080/article/2016/11/early-decision-numbers

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Penn made a major change to its Early Decision policy

Penn Admissions made a significant change to its Early Decision policy to ensure that early applicants are as committed to Penn as possible.

Admissions decided to restrict the Early Decision plan after determining that the original early option did not emphasize its binding agreement enough. The language of the new plan is very similar to the Restrictive Early Action program that Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford use.

Previously, students who applied Early Decision to Penn could apply Early Action to private schools that did not have Restrictive Early Action policies. Now, they cannot apply Early Action to any private schools, regardless of whether their policies are restrictive.

The change only applies to private schools, not public or foreign universities. It also does not include public or private schools with early non-binding scholarship programs.

“What we’re trying to do is make sure students who are looking at us really know about that Early Decision commitment,” Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said. “Because it’s a commitment you shouldn’t take lightly. And if you’re not sure, you shouldn’t apply under Early Decision.”

Furda said that a major motivator for the decision was an increasing trend of students breaking their Early Decision contracts after they were admitted to Penn in December. In the eyes of Penn Admissions, the only admissible reason for reneging on an Early Decision acceptance is an unsatisfactory financial aid offer. Penn was concerned that some students who were admitted Early Action to other schools would regret applying Early Decision to Penn and renege on the binding agreement.

Although the previous Early Decision plan obligated a student to attend the University, the admissions board would not force them to if they decided otherwise. The board still will not force students to attend, but the policy change will ideally prompt students to be more thoughtful before they select the Early Decision option and reduce conflicts later on.

“It’s not healthy for the student or the individuals around that student,” Furda said.

However, 1986 Wharton graduate Laurie Weingarten, director of admissions counseling at One-Step College Counseling, was worried that the new policy would limit students’ options.

“This new policy is disappointing and it’s going to hurt kids,” Weingarten said. “And what has come up is kids are now choosing to not apply to Penn ED. They’re going to choose Brown or Columbia or Cornell because they can then still hedge their bets. Even though Penn might be their first choice, it’s risky because you don’t always get into Penn Early Decision.”

Students who applied to Penn Early Decision before the policy change are not affected. College sophomore Zoe Colbert was glad that she had more autonomy when she applied to Penn in the fall of 2014.

“I wouldn’t have wanted to not apply to certain schools,” she said.

The new admissions plan is still untested. Only when the potential Class of 2021 applies to Penn will it go into effect.

“At the end of the day, I want every face in front of me to want to be here,” Furda said. “People can have doubts, but certainly not, ‘Oh wow, I got into that other place Early Action, I shouldn’t be sitting here tonight on College Green.’”

http://www.thedp.com/article/2016/09/early-decision-policy-change

Monday, May 9, 2016

2015 Ranking of New Jersey High Schools by SAT Scores

Rank
School
Math
Reading
Writing
Total
1
PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL
633
620
620
1873
2
WEST WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO HIGH SCHOOL NORTH
645
612
614
1871
3
MILLBURN HIGH SCHOOL
635
612
614
1861
4
WEST WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH
635
612
606
1853
5
DR RONALD MCNAIR HIGH SCHOOL
634
607
607
1848
6
MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL
632
601
607
1840
7
TENAFLY HIGH SCHOOL
631
586
606
1823
8
JOHN P. STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL
631
583
599
1813
9
NORTHERN VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT DEMAREST
614
577
596
1787
10
RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
611
589
581
1781
11
MOUNTAIN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
603
588
587
1778
12
CHATHAM HIGH SCHOOL
589
587
591
1767
13
LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL
602
579
583
1764
14
HADDONFIELD MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
599
584
578
1761
15
RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
606
569
584
1759
16
NORTHER VALLEY REG OLD TAPPEN HIGH SCHOO
600
566
589
1755
17
NORTHERN HIGHLANDS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
601
575
579
1755
18
SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL
602
578
571
1751
19
CRESSKILL HIGH SCHOOL
605
558
586
1749
20
GLEN ROCK HIGH SCHOOL
590
572
582
1744
21
RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
588
571
579
1738
22
BERNARDS HIGH SCHOOL
589
575
569
1733
23
HOLMDEL HIGH SCHOOL
602
565
564
1731
24
NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH SCHOOL
592
573
558
1723
25
HOPEWELL VALLEY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
583
572
567
1722
26
MADISON HIGH SCHOOL
576
575
568
1719
27
GLEN RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
579
576
562
1717
28
CHERRY HILL HIGH SCHOOL EAST
583
565
568
1716
29
WESTFIELD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
590
558
567
1715
30
SOUTH BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL
589
557
566
1712
31
WATCHUNG HILLS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
576
566
569
1711
32
EAST BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL
597
554
557
1708
33
MOORESTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
586
558
555
1699
34
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
589
553
554
1696
35
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
593
549
554
1696
36
WEST MORRIS MENDHAM HIGH SCHOOL
571
561
560
1692
37
MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL
581
551
559
1691
38
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
580
555
553
1688
39
KINNELON HIGH SCHOOL
573
550
564
1687
40
METUCHEN HIGH SCHOOL
566
556
562
1684
41
NEW PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL
585
549
541
1675
42
HUNTERDON CENTRAL REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
577
550
546
1673
43
INDIAN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
565
550
556
1671
44
WEST MORRIS CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
573
545
552
1670
45
RIVER DELL REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
573
543
550
1666
46
ROBBINSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
573
539
552
1664
47
GOVERNOR LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL
565
551
547
1663
48
PASCACK HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
577
536
548
1661
49
MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
572
543
545
1660
50
EASTERN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
561
546
547
1654
51
FORT LEE HIGH SCHOOL
568
531
554
1653
52
COLTS NECK HIGH SCHOOL
563
544
546
1653
53
VOORHEES HIGH SCHOOL
565
547
540
1652
54
RAMAPO HIGH SCHOOL
562
536
545
1643
55
WHIPPANY PARK HIGH SCHOOL
558
539
546
1643
56
PARSIPPANY HIGH SCHOOL
560
535
543
1638
57
PARAMUS HIGH SCHOOL
563
527
543
1633
58
PARK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
559
528
545
1632
59
MAHWAH HIGH SCHOOL
563
528
538
1629
60
PARSIPPANY HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
565
528
535
1628
61
SOMERVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
562
531
535
1628
62
PEQUANNOCK TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
555
527
546
1628
63
RAMSEY HIGH SCHOOL
554
531
541
1626
64
LEONIA HIGH SCHOOL
559
528
538
1625
65
MONTCLAIR HIGH SCHOOL
548
541
531
1620
66
HANOVER PARK HIGH SCHOOL
544
534
540
1618
67
SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL
551
535
531
1617
68
FREEHOLD BOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
557
528
522
1607
69
WAYNE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
557
525
524
1606
70
JAMES CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL
527
537
541
1605
71
CRANFORD HIGH SCHOOL
544
532
529
1605
72
WAYNE HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
560
520
523
1603
73
FAIR LAWN HIGH SCHOOL
557
517
528
1602
74
PASCACK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
554
522
525
1601
75
SOUTH HUNTERDON HIGH SCHOOL
547
533
518
1598
76
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
551
523
522
1596
77
MIDLAND PARK JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
522
540
533
1595
78
SPARTA HIGH SCHOOL
535
531
525
1591
79
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
533
530
523
1586
80
ALLENTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
548
521
517
1586
81
WEST ESSEX HIGH SCHOOL
541
518
527
1586
82
MORRIS KNOLLS HIGH SCHOOL
538
522
525
1585
83
MIDDLETOWN HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH
545
525
515
1585
84
LENAPE HIGH SCHOOL
553
514
517
1584
85
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
537
525
520
1582
86
WALL HIGH SCHOOL
536
524
521
1581
87
MAINLAND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
542
525
514
1581
88
MANASQUAN HIGH SCHOOL
544
514
521
1579
89
CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL
539
525
515
1579
90
POINT PLEASANT BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
529
518
531
1578
91
VERONA HIGH SCHOOL
536
523
518
1577
92
SENECA HIGH SCHOOL
539
525
512
1576
93
MONROE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
537
517
521
1575
94
MOUNT OLIVE HIGH SCHOOL
553
513
508
1574
95
HENRY HUDSON REGIONAL SCHOOL
523
538
512
1573
96
MORRISTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
538
519
515
1572
97
LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL
539
516
515
1570
98
NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL
534
521
512
1567
99
CINNAMINSON HIGH SCHOOL
531
521
515
1567
100
ROXBURY HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
534
514
518
1566
101
DUMONT HIGH SCHOOL
545
506
513
1564
102
RED BANK REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
533
514
517
1564
103
HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
533
517
506
1556
104
MANALAPAN HIGH SCHOOL
541
505
508
1554
105
POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
539
504
510
1553
106
RUTHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL
529
509
514
1552
107
HIGHTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
533
513
506
1552
108
SHORE REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
534
512
505
1551
109
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
527
515
506
1548
110
WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
536
507
503
1546
111
PHILLIPSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
523
513
510
1546
112
NORTHERN BURLINGTON COUNTY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
524
514
507
1545
113
OLD BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
526
504
514
1544
114
CLEARVIEW REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
535
507
501
1543
115
NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
531
509
502
1542
116
TOMS RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NORTH
537
505
500
1542
117
JONATHAN DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL
533
507
501
1541
118
SPOTSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
540
503
496
1539
119
MORRIS HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
542
495
502
1539
120
WESTWOOD JUNIONR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
532
507
499
1538
121
CHERRY HILL HIGH SCHOOL WEST
530
506
501
1537
122
HAMILTON EAST - STEINERT
519
513
505
1537
123
ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL
538
492
505
1535
124
EDISON HIGH SCHOOL
535
498
502
1535
125
RIDGEFIELD MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
535
491
508
1534
126
OCEAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL
525
512
497
1534
127
KINGSWAY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
521
509
502
1532
128
WARREN HILLS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
526
504
502
1532
129
JOHN F. KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL
540
493
499
1532
130
WALLKILL VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
527
506
498
1531
131
KITTATINNY HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
509
513
509
1531
132
HIGH POINT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
516
511
502
1529
133
TOMS RIVER HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH
525
508
496
1529
134
FLORENCE TOWNSHIP MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
527
503
496
1526
135
NEW EGYPT HIGH SCHOOL
524
503
498
1525
136
HADDON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
531
497
494
1522
137
VERNON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
515
506
497
1518
138
NORTH WARREN REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
523
508
486
1517
139
TOMS RIVER HIGH SCHOOL EAST
533
494
490
1517
140
HAMMONTON HIGH SCHOOL
519
504
493
1516
141
POMPTON LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
529
486
500
1515
142
RANCOCAS VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
522
501
491
1514
143
JACKSON MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
523
497
490
1510
144
LENAPE VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
512
494
503
1509
145
CEDAR GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
506
493
505
1504
146
ARTHUR L. JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL
507
500
495
1502
147
SOUTHERN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
526
495
480
1501
148
LACEY TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
508
499
493
1500
149
COLONIA HIGH SCHOOL
533
479
488
1500
150
HAWTHORNE HIGH SCHOOL
508
494
495
1497
151
GATEWAY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
517
500
480
1497
152
PITMAN HIGH SCHOOL
511
495
490
1496
153
MIDDLETOWN HIGH SCHOOL NORTH
515
492
487
1494
154
HACKETTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
509
495
490
1494
155
OCEAN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
508
497
489
1494
156
LAKELAND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
512
494
487
1493
157
EMERSON JR SR HIGH
507
496
489
1492
158
HADDON HEIGHTS JR-SR HS
515
491
486
1492
159
PALISADES PARK JR-SR HIGH SCHOOL
524
483
484
1491
160
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
521
491
478
1490
161
WOODSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
509
494
487
1490
162
WEST MILFORD HIGH SCHOOL
503
496
487
1486
163
MATAWAN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
511
484
489
1484
164
PINELANDS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
499
503
482
1484
165
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL
512
489
481
1482
166
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
512
490
480
1482
167
MONMOUTH REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
506
491
484
1481
168
PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
516
480
484
1480
169
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
508
492
478
1478
170
PASSAIC VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
517
479
482
1478
171
BORDENTOWN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
515
484
478
1477
172
SECAUCUS HIGH SCHOOL
514
491
471
1476
173
MIDDLESEX HIGH SCHOOL
516
480
478
1474
174
HOPATCONG HIGH SCHOOL
484
498
487
1469
175
BRICK TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
497
489
483
1469
176
BOONTON HIGH SCHOOL
495
485
485
1465
177
BELVIDERE HIGH SCHOOL
499
489
477
1465
178
DELRAN HIGH SCHOOL
498
479
486
1463
179
AUDUBON JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
501
494
468
1463
180
ABSEGAMI HIGH SCHOOL
501
484
478
1463
181
NUTLEY HIGH SCHOOL
498
481
480
1459
182
DWIGHT MORROW HIGH SCHOOL/ACADEMIES@ENGLEWOOD
495
477
486
1458
183
VINELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
507
482
468
1457
184
WOOD-RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
488
483
486
1457
185
BRICK TOWNSHIP MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
492
480
484
1456
186
HENRY P. BECTON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
499
473
484
1456
187
WEEHAWKEN HIGH SCHOOL
501
480
474
1455
188
JACKSON LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL
509
478
468
1455
189
DELSEA REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
509
475
470
1454
190
SAYREVILLE WAR MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
510
474
470
1454
191
WALLINGTON JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
506
474
474
1454
192
WILLIAMSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
509
474
470
1453
193
DOVER HIGH SCHOOL
502
472
479
1453
194
WEST DEPTFORD HIGH SCHOOL
492
480
479
1451
195
LOWER CAPE MAY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
493
483
474
1450
196
SADDLE BROOK MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
493
483
472
1448
197
TRITON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
502
474
472
1448
198
CENTRAL REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
506
474
466
1446
199
WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL
487
480
476
1443
200
BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL
480
481
481
1442
201
SOUTH PLAINFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
498
471
469
1438
202
ROSELLE PARK HIGH SCHOOL
499
472
467
1438
203
DUNELLEN HIGH SCHOOL
498
476
463
1437
204
BOGOTA JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
483
481
471
1435
205
TIMBER CREEK REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
495
476
463
1434
206
RARITAN HIGH SCHOOL
491
474
469
1434
207
WOODBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
502
464
466
1432
208
CEDAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
497
470
460
1427
209
PENNSVILLE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
496
474
457
1427
210
STERLING HIGH SCHOOL
483
478
464
1425
211
GLASSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
488
474
463
1425
212
LYNDHURST HIGH SCHOOL
491
466
463
1420
213
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
495
460
463
1418
214
BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
486
469
462
1417
215
BUENA REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
475
479
461
1415
216
OAKCREST HIGH SCHOOL
491
471
452
1414
217
MAPLE SHADE HIGH SCHOOL
495
457
461
1413
218
HIGHLAND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
482
473
458
1413
219
NEW MILFORD HIGH SCHOOL
475
470
468
1413
220
BARNEGAT HIGH SCHOOL
487
463
462
1412
221
BERGEN ARTS AND SCIENCES CS
490
459
463
1412
222
MILLVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
487
471
453
1411
223
BERGENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
491
461
459
1411
224
FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL
486
465
457
1408
225
ARTHUR P SCHALICK HIGH SCHOOL
469
479
459
1407
226
SOUTH AMBOY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
489
465
449
1403
227
ATLANTIC CITY HIGH SCHOOL
481
466
455
1402
228
RIDGEFIELD PARK JR SR HIGH SCHOOL
482
459
459
1400
229
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
486
460
452
1398
230
SOUTH RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
479
460
456
1395
231
CLIFTON HIGH SCHOOL
478
460
457
1395
232
HACKENSACK HIGH SCHOOL
472
465
458
1395
233
TEANECK HIGH SCHOOL
473
453
463
1389
234
CLAYTON HIGH SCHOOL
471
460
454
1385
235
GLOUCESTER CITY JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL
478
450
456
1384
236
DAVID BREARLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
466
461
453
1380
237
BURLINGTON COUNTY INST OF TECH - MEDFORD
456
471
450
1377
238
COLLINGSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
475
456
443
1374
239
MANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
464
458
452
1374
240
ATLANTIC COUNTY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
473
457
443
1373
241
OVERBROOK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
467
459
446
1372
242
HAMILTON WEST-WATSON
465
457
449
1371
243
MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
475
450
443
1368
244
EWING HIGH SCHOOL
450
464
452
1366
245
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
473
453
440
1366
246
LODI HIGH SCHOOL
476
451
438
1365
247
KEARNY HIGH SCHOOL
473
447
443
1363
248
MEMORIAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
461
445
457
1363
249
PALMYRA HIGH SCHOOL
457
448
454
1359
250
CARTERET HIGH SCHOOL
478
443
435
1356
251
BELLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
458
448
448
1354
252
PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
461
456
437
1354
253
BAYONNE HIGH SCHOOL
462
442
450
1354
254
M.E.T.S. CHARTER SCHOOL
473
435
446
1354
255
CLIFFSIDE PARK HIGH SCHOOL
473
444
433
1350
256
UNION SENIOR HIGH
463
449
438
1350
257
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
457
449
444
1350
258
PASSAIC COUNTY-MANCHESTER REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
462
447
439
1348
259
BLOOMFIELD TECH
469
435
438
1342
260
BURLINGTON COUNTY INST OF TECH - WESTHAMPTON
457
442
437
1336
261
BARD EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
453
436
447
1336
262
WOODBURY JR-SR HIGH SCHOOL
463
430
439
1332
263
HAMILTON NORTH-NOTTINGHAM
449
444
436
1329
264
PLAINFIELD ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS & ADVANCED STUDIES
450
437
437
1324
265
LINDENWOLD HIGH SCHOOL
458
436
427
1321
266
BLOOMFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
452
431
435
1318
267
RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
442
442
431
1315
268
NORTH BERGEN HIGH SCHOOL
454
432
425
1311
269
NORTH PLAINFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
454
429
426
1309
270
PENNS GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
465
425
417
1307
271
RAHWAY HIGH SCHOOL
451
430
424
1305
272
FOUNDATION ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL
439
416
448
1303
273
HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL
449
426
425
1300
274
EAST ORANGE STEM ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL
452
427
418
1297
275
KEYPORT HIGH SCHOOL
447
424
424
1295
276
LONG BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL
448
428
417
1293
277
KEANSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
448
430
412
1290
278
BOUND BROOK HIGH SCHOOL
444
424
420
1288
279
UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL
448
421
418
1287
280
GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
446
420
417
1283
281
NEW BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL
446
417
416
1279
282
NEPTUNE HIGH SCHOOL
434
426
415
1275
283
PERTH AMBOY HIGH SCHOOL
448
407
408
1263
284
BULINGTON CITY HIGH SCHOOL
445
406
411
1262
285
LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL
425
421
414
1260
286
LINDEN HIGH SCHOOL
430
411
416
1257
287
WILDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
451
395
409
1255
288
PENNSAUKEN HIGH SCHOOL
435
411
408
1254
289
MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
437
412
394
1243
290
CAMDEN COUNTY TECHNICAL SCHOOL-GTC
424
414
403
1241
291
HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
435
399
403
1237
292
WILLIAM L DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL
437
398
399
1234
293
UNION CITY HIGH SCHOOL
430
399
400
1229
294
SALEM HIGH SCHOOL
439
402
384
1225
295
HOBOKEN JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
429
397
393
1219
296
AMERICAN HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL
426
395
391
1212
297
PAULSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
433
387
391
1211
298
CICELY L. TYSON COMMUNITY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
404
397
401
1202
299
BRIDGETON HIGH SCHOOL
420
381
387
1188
300
NORTH 13TH ST TECH
426
373
384
1183
301
WILLINGBORO HIGH SCHOOL
398
387
394
1179
302
SCHOOL OF EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE
402
394
381
1177
303
LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
409
385
373
1167
304
WEST CALDWELL TECH
396
390
380
1166
305
PLAINFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
399
387
376
1162
306
SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCE
418
371
373
1162
307
EAST SIDE HIGH SCHOOL
404
374
381
1159
308
ABRAHAM CLARK HIGH SCHOOL
390
385
381
1156
309
MIDDLESEX COUNTY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL PISCATAWAY
391
387
376
1154
310
ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL
393
378
377
1148
311
THE BARACK OBAMA GREEN CHARTER HIGH
381
377
389
1147
312
TRENTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL - MAIN CAMPUS
392
376
378
1146
313
PASSAIC HIGH SCHOOL # 12
401
370
369
1140
314
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS
406
371
361
1138
315
PLEASANTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
396
372
369
1137
316
HENRY SNYDER HIGH SCHOOL
372
360
361
1093
317
WEEQUAHIC HIGH SCHOOL
368
355
358
1081
318
IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
360
358
360
1078
319
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
374
358
346
1078
320
JAMES J FERRIS HIGH SCHOOL
360
339
347
1046
321
CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL
339
352
355
1046
322
EAST ORANGE CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL
355
344
342
1041
323
MALCOLM X SHABAZZ HIGH SCHOOL
353
343
336
1032
324
MET EAST HIGH SCHOOL
347
328
340
1015
325
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
341
330
338
1009
326
ASBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL
358
328
321
1007
327
WOODROW WILSON HIGH SCHOOL
339
319
305
963
328
BARRINGER ARTS HIGH SCHOOL
326
312
302
940