Princeton High School rated #2 in state for SAT scores

The List: Ranking the Top 10 Open-Admission High Schools by SAT Scores
Colleen O’Dea | February 9, 2015
Recently released results from School Performance Tests help draw a bead on New Jersey’s top public high schools

2. Princeton High School — 1867 total SAT
This used to be considered a regional school, accepting students from both the borough and the township before they merged to form a single school district in 2013. Home of New Jersey’s Ivy League university, Princeton is both a well-educated and wealthy community. Eight of 10 students who took the SAT scored at least 1550. The school had 1,460 students last year.
Source: NJ Spotlight.com

Comment: Cranbury Township send it’s students to Princeton High School – which has been a terrific arrangement for Cranbury’s students.

If you’re curious, Millburn High School in Essex County was #1 with scores of 1897.

 

 

 

 

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