15 NJ Public High Schools With The Highest SAT Scores

Magnet schools dominate list of 2012 high performers.

Moop Exodar November 01, 2013 at 04:04 PM
As a graduate of the Communications High School, putting any of these MCVSD academies on this list isn't fair. While they are technically public, only 1-2 students per district are permitted (based on high achieving academics). A small sample size, combined with a weighted student demographic makes this a biased report.
JC Noway November 02, 2013 at 10:06 PM
Moop Exodar, the MCVSD doesn't accept 1-2 students per district, they accept depending on population and schools within a district so Middletown, for example, accepts as many as 9-10 while smaller districts may have as little as 1. Though that doesn't include any who get in because of students who turn down their acceptance or because a town doesn't meet the maximum allowed.
JC Noway November 02, 2013 at 10:10 PM
But as a MCVSD graduate, I know that most of those kids study three times as hard for these tests than most schools and not because they are so much smarter. How would it be fair if they weren't included because they are public schools even if they accept only a limited number of students.


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