Bridgewater-Raritan High School
51 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey
- Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District, NJ
Senior: I mean, the school system is well-rounded; it allows for students to excel in multiple different facets of education and life, and provides the opportunity to join varying extracurricular activities, depending on the students' interests. The teachers are engaging, and are willing to do whatever they can to help their students progress academically. It's got a California-style campus, which is interesting, especially in the rain and winter, but the variety of classes makes up for the challenge it takes to reach them. Ultimately, if you're prepared to work hard, you will succeed.
- 2,865 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School
- Private School
- Brooklyn, NY
Senior: Bishop loughlin along with its diversity, is a well school and environment for children as they are more than involved in school. This school has many activities from performing arts to educational programs that are great! The one thing I love most is it feels like home. I am involved in school and it’s great. There are many opportunities that each of us are exposed to that can most definitely help us in our near future.
- 660 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Bound Brook High School
- Bound Brook School District, NJ
Senior: Opportunities are endless at Bound Brook High School only if you take advantage of them. As a current student, I have been satisfied with the education that I have been receiving. The guidance department is always attentive and is willing to do whatever a student needs in terms of college admissions. The one problem with the school is the student culture. There is a lack of appreciation for learning amongst the student body. It seems that most students are just at school to graduate and move on, not for the sake of learning. This hurts those who are passionate about making the most about their education.
- 561 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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