List of high schools in New Jersey

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This is a list of high schools, including those open and closed, in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Public high schools[edit]

Atlantic County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Absegami High School Galloway 9-12 1,652
Atlantic City High School Atlantic City 9-12 2,029
Atlantic County Institute of Technology Mays Landing 9-12
Buena Regional High School Buena 9-12 800
Cedar Creek High School Egg Harbor City 9-12 823
Egg Harbor Township High School Egg Harbor Township 9-12 2,477
Hammonton High School Hammonton 9-12 1,396
Mainland Regional High School Linwood 9-12 1,363
Oakcrest High School Mays Landing 9-12 1,145
Pleasantville High School Pleasantville 9-12 763
Total grades 9–12 for county 12,448

Bergen County[edit]

Burlington County[edit]

Camden County[edit]

Cape May County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Cape May County Technical High School Cape May Court House 9-12
Lower Cape May Regional High School Cape May 9-12 948
Middle Township High School Cape May Court House 9-12 858
Ocean City High School Ocean City 9-12 1,208
Wildwood High School Wildwood 9-12 241
Total grades 9–12 for county 3,255

Cumberland County[edit]

Essex County[edit]

Gloucester County[edit]

Hudson County[edit]

Hunterdon County[edit]

Mercer County[edit]

Middlesex County[edit]

Monmouth County[edit]

Morris County[edit]

Ocean County[edit]

Passaic County[edit]


Salem County[edit]

Somerset County[edit]

Sussex County[edit]

Union County[edit]

Warren County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Belvidere High School Belvidere 9-12 477
Hackettstown High School Hackettstown 9-12 898
North Warren Regional High School Blairstown 7-12 636
Phillipsburg High School Phillipsburg 9-12 1,549
Warren Hills Regional High School Washington 9-12 1,195
Total grades 9–12 for county 4,755

Private high schools[edit]

Atlantic County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Atlantic Christian School Egg Harbor Township PK-12 128
Champion Baptist Academy Absecon PK-12 6
Coastal Learning Center Atlantic Northfield 4-12 26
Highland Academy Absecon PK-11 5
Holy Spirit High School Absecon 9-12 609
Life Mission Training Center Hammonton PK-11 6
St. Augustine Preparatory School Richland 9-12 682
St. Joseph Regional High School Hammonton 9-12 406
The Pilgrim Academy Egg Harbor City PK-12 130
Trocki Jewish Community Day School Egg Harbor Township PK-12 32
Total grades 9–12 for county 2,030

Bergen County[edit]

Burlington County[edit]

Camden County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility Voorhees PK-12 34
Baptist Regional School Haddon Heights K-12 105
Bishop Eustace Preparatory School Pennsauken 9-12 747
Brookfield Academy Cherry Hill PK-12 62
Camden Catholic High School Cherry Hill 9-12 740
Delaware Valley Torah Institute Cherry Hill 9-11 15
Gloucester Catholic High School Gloucester City 7-12 683
J.D.T. Christian Academy Pennsauken 1-9 3
The King's Christian School Cherry Hill, New Jersey PreK-12
Kingsway Learning Center Haddonfield Campus Haddonfield PK-9 5
Paul VI High School Haddonfield 9-12 1,122
Stratford Classical Christian Academy Stratford K-12 9
Urban Promise Academy Camden 9-12 46
Total grades 9–12 for county 3,571

Cape May County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Families United Network Academy Tuckahoe K-12 16
Cape Christian Academy Cape May Court House PK-12 26
Wildwood Catholic High School Wildwood 9-12 153
Total grades 9–12 for county 195

Cumberland County[edit]

Essex County[edit]

Gloucester County[edit]

Hudson County[edit]

Mercer County[edit]

Middlesex County[edit]

Monmouth County[edit]

Morris County[edit]

Ocean County[edit]

Passaic County[edit]

Somerset County[edit]

Sussex County[edit]

Union County[edit]

Warren County[edit]

School name Location Grade
range
2012 en-
rollment
Phillipsburg Catholic High School Phillipsburg | 9-12 (closed 1994[8])
Blair Academy Blairstown 9-12 447
Total grades 9–12 for county 447

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cusido, Carmen. "Once-promising charter schools go off course - They're favored by reformers, but have a high rate of failure", The Times (Trenton), September 18, 2011. Accessed December 13, 2016. "Three years ago, Capital Preparatory Charter High School opened to much fanfare and was hailed as a formidable challenge to standard high schools -- a taxpayer-funded college preparatory program that might teach the regular public schools something about how to educate children.... After a period of probation, the school was finally pressured to give up its charter in May, and the New Jersey State Police opened an investigation into school spending practices."
  2. ^ Barlas, Thomas. "Sacred Heart High School in Vineland graduates last senior class", The Press of Atlantic City, June 4, 2013. Accessed December 11, 2016. "Officials with the Diocese of Camden said the school would close at the end of this academic year because its enrollment was not big enough to justify continuing operations. Sacred Heart had only 168 students this academic year. Recruitment efforts resulted in only 23 youths to replace the 53 students who graduated Monday."
  3. ^ Holl, John. "School's Backers Refuse To Accept Plan to Close", The New York Times, June 3, 2003. Accessed December 11, 2016. "In April, the Archdiocese of Newark announced that it would close the school, Bishop Francis Essex Catholic Regional High School, at the end of June because of the school's straitened finances."
  4. ^ Worth, Marcia. "Marylawn of the Oranges Academy to Close in June; The class of 2013 will be the last to graduate from the South Orange school", South Orange Patch, October 17, 2012. Accessed December 11, 2016.
  5. ^ Freedman, Samuel G. "Newark's School Choices Grow Bleaker", The New York Times, June 21, 2006. Accessed December 11, 2016. "Our Lady of Good Counsel High School was closing after 81 years, the latest victim of the vicious cycle of rising tuition, falling enrollment and mounting deficits that has afflicted urban Roman Catholic schools across the country."
  6. ^ Gould, Brandon. "Before closing its doors, Bayonne's Holy Family Academy will sell all items and supplies", The Jersey Journal, Agust 16, 2013. Accessed December 11, 2016. "The all-girls school, which was originally opened as a co-ed school in 1925, lost its financial sponsor, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Chestnut Hill, Pa., in 2008, but was able to keep its doors open through the efforts of its alumni until the end of the 2012-13 school year – at which time the burden became too much."
  7. ^ Milo, Paul. "McCarrick High School in South Amboy closing in June, report says", NJ Advance Media for NJ.com, May 19, 2015. Accessed December 11, 2016. "The Diocese of Metuchen announced that Cardinal McCarrick St. Mary's High School will close due to a cash shortfall, News 12 New Jersey reported Tuesday.... Parents interviewed by the station expressed surprise when they learned the school had been grappling with financial problems for 5 years and now faces a $1.8 million deficit."
  8. ^ Buratti, Bruce. "Phillipsburg Catholic High School boys basketball team celebrates 50th anniversary of state championship game", The Express-Times, March 21, 2013. Accessed December 13, 2016. "It was the signature athletic moment in the history of Phillipsburg Catholic, which changed its name to All Saints Regional in the fall of 1990 and eventually closed its doors in the spring of 1994."

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