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Millburn High School 2008 Graduates Go Ivy

Published on June 19th, 2008 by | Filed Under: Education in NJ, Millburn & Short Hills Living

Millburn High School Graduation 2008Every time I am asked “What is so great about living in Millburn and Short Hills New Jersey?”
I can always point to the wonderful education provided to our children.
Not only was Millburn High School awarded a national Blue Ribbon award this year, but twenty-nine of the 331 graduating seniors in 2008 are scheduled to go to Ivy League schools next year.

Here is a glimpse into the number of students and the colleges and universities the 2008 Millburn High School graduates will attend:

Ivy League Schools:
1-Brown University
4-Columbia University
13-Cornell University
2-Dartmouth College
1-Harvard University
4-University of Pennsylvania
3-Princeton University
1-Yale University

Millburn High School 2008 Graduates

14-Syracuse University
12-University of Michigan
11-Rutgers University
9-Vanderbilt University
8-University of Arizona
7-New York University
6-Boston University
6-University of Rochester
5-Stanford University
5-Villanova University

4-Indiana University
4-Lafayette College
4-Maryland University

3-American University
3-Georgetown University
3-George Washington University
3-Lehigh University
3-Seton Hall University
3-Tufts University
3-Tulane University
3-Vassar College
3-Washington University (St. Louis)

Other schools represented are Duke, Barnard, Rochester Institute of Technology, Hobart & William Smith, Penn State, Colgate, Northwestern, Fordham, Amherst, University of Notre Dame and Emory to name but a few. And, a member of the 2008 class will be entering the Israeli Defense Force.

An impressive list by any standard.

Congratulations Millburn High School Class of 2008.

It has been an amazing week of festivities we will all cherish.

If you want more information about living in Millburn and Short Hills, please contact Perri K. Feldman at 973.650.4727 or email [email protected].

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