In New Jersey, the competition to gain admissions to top private high schools is heating up. As more and more parents discover the major challenges in suburban high schools: (a) large class sizes, (b) not much flexibility when it comes to cirriculum (c) they are under more bureaucratic red tape when it comes to regulations and rules, (d) larger school counselor-student ratio; they are willing to forgo public school education (and pay tuition), which increases the application pool and competition to gain admissions into coveted slots.
If you are looking for top schools based on college admissions acceptance, Niche released its 2018 Best Private High Schools ranking: New Jersey private high schools.
Niche, a company that researches and compiles information on schools released its latest ranking of the best private schools in the US, specifically highlighting the best schools that prepare students for elite colleges. By elite colleges, I am referring to colleges parents already know about: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, UPenn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Stanford, MIT, Duke, and Johns Hopkins.
Here are the top 10 private high schools in New Jersey by rank:
- The Lawrenceville School
- Newark Academy
- Dwight-Englewood School
- Princeton Day School
- Peddie School
- The Pingry School
- Rutgers Preparatory School
- Delbarton School
- Kent Place School
- The Montclair-Kimberly Academy
Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group network. He and his team of admissions advisors, through the admissions affiliates, New Jersey Admissions Advisors and Private School Admissions Advisors help students gain admissions to elite private schools in Manhattan and surrounding areas. Dr. Lowe and his team of admissions advisors also visit prestigious and elite schools where they have the unique opportunity of interacting one-on-one with heads of schools, directors of admissions and senior admissions personnel.