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2010 Top NJ Schools Along Midtown Direct

Top High Schools in NJ

Once again, Millburn High School is ranked #1 in New Jersey Monthly’s Bi-Annual Survey of High Schools in the State.
Other towns along and adjacent to the Midtown Direct Train line into New York City and Manhattan were also in the top tier:
1  Millburn
5  New Providence
8  Chatham
15 Madison
22 Livingston
24 Governor Livingston (Berkeley Heights)
25 Summit
40 Jonathan Dayton (Springfield)
41 Westfield
Millburn High School has maintained their #1 rank…not surprising given the statistics and the fact that 29 graduates of the Class of 2010 are starting at Ivy League Schools this semester: Brown-1; Columbia-3; Cornell-8; Dartmouth-1; Harvard-4; Princeton-4; University of Pennsylvania-7; Yale-1.
Having lived in Short Hills my whole life, a graduate of Millburn High School myself (back in the day!) and with two children recently graduated MHS (both are at Vanderbilt) I could not be more thrilled.
Want to learn more about Millburn/Short Hills and other highly ranked school systems along the Midtown Direct? Contact Perri K. Feldman @ 973.650.4727 or via email

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  • Short Hills, Millburn, Livingston, New Jersey and Midtown Direct Real Estate, Home Buying and Selling, Top Realtor » 2010 Livingston High School sends 11 to Ivy’s

    September 6, 2010 at 8:56 am

    […] 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. […]

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