HACKENSACK, N.J. — Bergen Academies in Hackensack was rated the top public high school in the state, according to 2017 rankings released Friday by niche.com.
The other Bergen and Passaic county schools that made the list include:
- Bergen County Tech (No. 10)
- Northern Highlands Regional (No. 17)
- Tenafly High School (No. 29)
- Pascack Hills (No. 30)
- Ridgewood High School (No. 31)
- Ramapo High (No. 38)
- Northern Valley Demarest (No. 41)
- Pascack Valley (No. 44)
- Fair Lawn (No. 48)
- Mahwah (No. 53)
- Park Ridge (No. 55)
- River Dell (No. 65)
- Cresskill (No. 66)
- Paramus (No. 67)
- Northern Valley Old Tappan (No. 71)
- Leonia (No. 80)
- Pompton Lakes (No. 81)
- Glen Rock (No. 82)
- Bergenfield (No. 83)
- Indian Hills (No. 94)
Schools were chosen on a variety of criteria, including SAT/ACT scores, student-teacher ratio, and the quality of colleges to which students applied.
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