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
Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart
- Private School
- Princeton, NJ
Parent: It's hard to put into words how special this school is to my son and our family. If you are looking for both excellent academics and a whole child approach, you MUST look into this school. The administration and faculty - in particular the Head of School and Athletics Director - are unmatched. Every boy is known and valued and driven to reach his individual potential in academics, athletics and the arts. The school does not just pay lip service to a values-based education; values are woven into the fabric of every school day. Having spent time in other independent schools, I can say there is a very unique sense of community among the boys and among the parents. My son started in the Lower School and is now in the Middle School and his growth has been phenomenal. The hardest part will be saying goodbye to this wonderful school!
- 192 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Somerset County Vocational Tech High School
128 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey
- Public School
- Bridgewater, NJ
Alum: Somerset Votech, Is a really a school to experience! It is a very Tight knit community of talented and diverse students who are knowledgeable in their own trade. The Teachers and CTE Intstructor work closely with the students to ensure they get the most out of their secondary education.
- 325 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio