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Top 10 N.J. High Schools - Newsweek

In New Jersey the back-to-school day is tomorrow and while I am helping my wife to set up everything around our 7th grader, I though it is a great opportunity to remember what are the choices parents have to enroll their sons in a High School, this year.

There more than one list about Gold Medal High Schools in the U.S., Top Performing High Schools in N. J., and the New Jersey Monthly Rankings. We will abide by Jay Mathews's methodology and had extracted the first 10 High Schools we've found in his list, appeared back in June, 2009:

1. McNair Academic - Jersey City (86)
2. Millburn - Millburn (172)
3. Ridge - Basking Ridge (177)
4. Bernards - Bernardsville (200)
5. Princeton - Princeton (213)
6. Cresskill - Cresskill (311)
7. Demarest - Demarest (388)
8. Governor Livingston - Berkeley Heights (426)
9. Summit - Summit (429)
10. Glen Ridge - Glen Ridge (462)

Parentheses indicates the rank established by Jay Mathews at Newsweek.

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