East Brunswick High School
41 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey
- East Brunswick Public Schools, NJ
Senior: In my high school career I have had a very positive experience at East Brunswick High School. At EBHS academics always comes first. Our goal is to “achieve excellence with honor and integrity” and this is shown greatly throughout the school. The school work is tough and vigorous for the most part, but the teachers are there to help you. Hard work will lead to your success, especially because our school is very competitive. Not only is our academics strong but so is our athletics. We take pride in our success on the field/court. I can verify this because I am a three sport athlete myself. From eighth grade to senior year I have played every season possible earning three varsity letters. This has made my experience at EBHS extraordinary. I highly suggest joining a club or sports team at EBHS, as there are so many options. This year I graduate and I feel that I am ready to take the next step and go
onto college. I am super excited for what the future brings me.
- 2,101 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
The Willow School
- Private School
- Gladstone, NJ
- PK, K-8
Parent: Enrolling our children at Willow is the best thing that we have ever done for our family. All three of our children, who range from middle school to preschool, adore their teachers and their classmates. They are excited to go school, which is no wonder when every aspect of the curriculum has been intentionally designed to ignite curiosity, creativity, and problem solving skills. I did not truly appreciate how innovative the curriculum is until I watched Beyond Measure! We are also thrilled that school partners with us on our children’s character education. The Virtues Program, which is implemented daily at Morning Gathering, teaches the children about the real world applications of ethical and moral behavior through lessons from teachers and students. It is my favorite part of the day, and I often sit in on the morning gatherings to listen to their discussions!
- 118 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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