New Jersey Elementary School Rankings


NOTE! NJASK test scores and updated rankings for the 2013-14 school year
were recently posted to SchoolDigger!
3rd, 4th Grades Combined
NJASK Language Arts Literacy & NJASK Math
2013-2014
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Rank (of 1238)
SchoolDistrictCityLow GradeHigh GradeTotal students (2012)Student/ Teacher Ratio (2012)NJASK, avg Math (2014)NJASK, avg Language Arts Literacy (2014)NJASK CombinedRank Change From 2013
180Thomas A EdisonHaddon TownshipWestmontPK0515929.491.783.1174.8
344
182StonybrookKinnelon BoroughKinnelon030555414.190.883.9174.7
29
182Torey J SabatiniMadisonMadisonKG0530115.890.883.9174.7
19
184RobertsvilleMarlboro TownshipMorganville010547011.793.880.7174.5
185Englewood Cliffs Upper SchoolEnglewood CliffsEnglewood Cliffs03081957.090.983.5174.4
4
185Forest AveVeronaVeronaKG0423016.890.683.8174.4
78
185Salem DriveHanover TownshipWhippanyKG0527812.593.580.9174.4
252
188TamaquesWestfieldWestfield010543213.288.386.0174.3
71
189Lester C NoeckerRoselandRoselandPK0648512.787.686.5174.1
114
190Lawrence BrookEast Brunswick TownshipE BrunswickPK0551214.391.582.5174.0
23
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About SchoolDigger rankings
  • Ranking updates are approximately yearly, usually the same day the New Jersey Dept. of Education releases their test scores. Last update for New Jersey was November 5, 2014.
  • Rankings are available for all New Jersey public elementary, middle, and high schools that have published NJASK scores for the latest year. See the Ranking FAQ for more information about how SchoolDigger.com ranks schools.
  • Rank is determined by adding each school's average NJASK Math score with the average NJASK Language Arts Literacy score to form a combined average score. The school with the highest combined score is ranked #1.
  • The values used in the NJASK columns are % met standard.
  • Source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education, and New Jersey Dept. of Education




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