2010 Livingston High School sends 11 to Ivy’s
The 2010 graduating class of 404 from Livingston High School has an impressive eleven students going to Ivy League Schools in the fall:
3-University of Pennsylvania
Just one of the reasons that Livingston High School is ranked #22 in the 2010 New Jersey Monthly’s Bi-Annual Survey of High Schools.
Almost 28% of the graduates are going to colleges in New Jersey (112) with many more staying close to home as well: New York (73), Pennsylvania (52).
The most attended colleges by the Livingston Seniors of 2010 include:
20-County College of Morris
13-University of Maryland
11-Pennsylvania State University
8-University of Michigan
8-New York University
8-Montclair State University
7-Seton Hall University
5-Carnegie Mellon University
5-University of Delaware
4-University of Arizona
Five graduates are heading to Israel to serve in the Israel Defense Forces, study or travel. One is headed to West Point and one is moving to Sweden.
The Livingston High School class of 2010 is also sending students to: Duke, Vanderbilt, Washington University, Emory, Brandeis, Barnard College, Emerson, Pace, Temple, Hofstra, Carnegie Mellon, Villanova, USC, Miami University, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola, George Washington, Muhlenberg, Boston University, Skidmore, McGill, University of Virginia, Goucher College, Union College, St. John’s University and many other wonderful colleges and universities.
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