ENGLEWOOD, NJ — Dwight-Englewood School is included on a new, more inclusive list of the state’s best schools created by Niche.com.
The website, which specializes in all different types of rankings, has created a new list that is a bit different than the usual rankings the company is known for. In this one, Niche has ranked what it says are the top 100 schools in New Jersey, both private and public schools. It also includes elementary, middle and high schools all in the same list.
Dwight-Englewood was ranked No. 3.
Bergen County schools were ranked in the top 12 are: Bergen County Academies in Hackensack at No. 7 and Bergen County Technical High School in Teterboro was ranked No. 11. Ridgewood High School was ranked No. 50.
(Click here for a complete list of 100 ranked schools.)
Every school on this top 100 list receives either an A+ or an A for an overall score from Niche.
Niche’s methodology is based on an analysis of academic and student-life data from the U.S. Department of Education along with test scores, and feedback from Niche.com users. You can read the methodology by clicking here.
Reporting by Tom Davis
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