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NJ Monthly Ranks Randolph High School as Number 16 in State

RANDOLPH, NJ - In its September issue, New Jersey Monthly ranked Randolph High School No. 16 on its’ list of top 100 public high schools in the state.

In 2014, Randolph High School was ranked 63 and in 2012 Randolph was number 37.

The rankings are based entirely on data reported by the schools to the State Department of Education, according to the magazine. The categories and indicators used in the ranking include school environment, student performance and student outcomes.

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“Randolph strives to give our students the best education possible and prepare them for success in college and careers,” said Superintendent Jennifer A. Fano. “I am thrilled with the top 20 ranking by New Jersey Monthly and will continue to lead and support an amazing team that truly deserves such positive recognition.”

The top 20 Schools in the state according to NJ Monthly are:

1- Chatham High School 

2-West Windsor-Plainsboro North.

3-Kinnelon.

4-Millburn.

5-Haddonfield Memorial.

6-Livingston.

7-Holmdel.

8-Westfield.

9-West Windsor-Plainsboro South.

10-Glen Rock

11-Watchung Hills Regional.

12-Montgomery.

13-New Providence.

14-Basking Ridge.

15-Princeton.

16-Randolph.

17-Mountain Lakes.

18-Summit.

19-Gov. Livingston.

20-Park Ridge.

The full list of 337 ranked high schools will be available when the issue hits the newsstands August 30 or online starting September 1 at njmonthly.com.

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