April 23, 2014 at 11:02 PM
MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn High School has been ranked #4 among public, open enrollment high schools in New Jersey by U.S. News and World Report Magazine in its annual ranking of American High Schools. The ranking is up from Millburn’s #5 placement in 2013. It is ranked #13 among all NJ public schools, including selective magnet schools.
"We are very appreciative of the recognition from US News and World Report,” said Dr. James Crisfield, Millburn’s Superintendent. “Being considered a top high school in New Jersey is no small feat, and I am very proud of all our students and staff who work so hard to keep Millburn's commitment to excellence a reality."
Among all schools nationally, Millburn High School was ranked #238, earning the magazine’s Gold Medal status. The magazine compiled its rankings based on data from the 2011-12 school year.