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Top Public Schools

Niche Grade Name Type Grades Grade Level
4.33 Stuyvesant High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 Staten Island Technical High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 Technical School - Teterboro Public 9-12 Middle, High
4.33 High Tech High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 High School Math Science & Engineering at The City College of New York (CCNY) Public 9-12 High
4.33 Townsend Harris High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 Bronx High School of Science Public 9-12 High
4.33 Bard High School Early College II Public 9-12 High
4.33 Marine Academy of Science & Technology Public 9-12 High
4.33 Academy for Information Technology Public 9-12 High
4.33 Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics, & Engineering Technologies Public 9-12 High
4.33 High School of American Studies at Lehman College Public 9-12 High
4.33 Bard High School Early College Public 9-12 High
4.33 Icahn Charter School 2 Public, Charter K-5 Elementary
4.33 P.S. 186 - Castlewood Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
Hospital Schools Public K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Eleanor Roosevelt High School Public 9-12 High
North Queens Community High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 Queens High School for the Sciences at York College Public 9-12 High
4.33 Brooklyn Technical High School Public 9-12 High
4.33 Beacon High School Public 9-12 High
4.00 P.S. 41 - Crocheron Public K-5 Elementary
4.00 P.S. 46 - Alley Pond Public K-5 Elementary
4.00 South Bronx Classical Charter School Public, Charter K-5 Elementary
4.00 P.S. 159 Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary

Top Private Schools

Niche Grade Name Religion Grades Grade Level
Hackensack Christian Schools Baptist PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
Harriet Eisman Community School None 9-12 High
The Milton School None 7-12 High
4.33 Horace Mann School None K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Trinity School Episcopal K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Dalton School None K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Hunter College High School None 7-12 Middle, High
The Daytop Preparatory School None 8-12 Middle, High
Lexington School for the Deaf None PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
Abundant Life Academy Pentecostal PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
Cooke Center for Learning & Development None 9-12 High
4.33 Packer Collegiate Institute None PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Collegiate School None K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
Whitestone Academy None 7-12 High
The Hallen School None 1-12 Elementary, Middle, High
Grace Christian Academy Baptist K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
High Point School of Bergen County None 9-12 High
Palisades Regional Academy None 8-12 High
4.33 Friends Seminary Quaker K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.00 Collegiate School None PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
4.00 Poly Preparatory Country Day School None PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
4.00 Regis High School Catholic 9-12 High
4.00 ECF - Fieldston Middle/Upper School None 6-8 Middle
Bethel Christian Academy Pentecostal K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.00 Dwight-Englewood School None PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High

Top School Districts

Niche Grade Name Total Schools
4.33 Great Neck Union Free School District 10
4.33 Port Washington Union Free School District 7
Valley Stream Union Free School District No. 30 3
4.33 Pelham Union Free School District 6
Elmont Union Free School District 6
4.33 Tenafly School District 6
New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Union Free School District 4
Edgewater School District 1
4.33 Hewlett-Woodmere Union Free School District 5
Englewood Cliffs School District 2
4.00 Valley Stream Central High School District 4
4.00 Sewanhaka Central High School District 5
4.00 New Rochelle City School District 10
4.00 New York City Geographic District No. 26 31
3.66 Old Bridge Township School District 15
Alpine School District 1
3.66 Weehawken School District 3
3.66 Woodbridge Township School District 24
3.66 New York City Geographic District No. 2 109
3.66 New York City Geographic District No. 31 66
3.66 New York City Geographic District No. 1 31
3.66 Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District 7
3.66 Lawrence Union Free School District 5
3.66 New York City Geographic District No. 3 47
3.66 New York City Geographic District No. 22 38

Nearby Towns

Niche Grade Name Population
3.33 Queens Borough 2,213,977
3.66 Manhattan Borough 1,588,257
3.00 Brooklyn Borough 2,486,119
4.33 Edgewater 11,078
2.00 Bronx Borough 1,374,593
2.66 Guttenberg 11,065
2.00 West New York 48,973
4.33 Weehawken Township 12,574
4.33 Fort Lee 35,274
4.00 Hoboken 48,515
4.33 Harbor Hills 509
2.33 North Bergen Township 60,115
4.33 Englewood Cliffs 5,271
4.33 Great Neck Estates 2,737
3.66 Bellerose Terrace 2,090
4.33 University Gardens 3,850
4.33 Pelham Manor 5,481
4.33 Bellerose 1,067
3.33 Jersey City 245,226
2.33 Mount Vernon 67,236
4.33 Pelham Town 12,318
4.33 Lake Success 2,912
3.00 Inwood 9,810
4.00 Floral Park 16,074
4.00 Elmont 35,033
4.33 South Valley Stream 5,616
4.33 North Valley Stream 16,685
4.33 Tenafly 14,378
4.33 Woodmere 17,473
4.33 Valley Stream 37,212
3.00 Yonkers 195,506
4.00 North New Hyde Park 14,626
4.33 Lawrence 6,456
4.00 Atlantic Beach 1,716
3.66 Alpine 2,072
4.00 New Rochelle 76,405
3.00 Bayonne 62,485
4.33 North Hempstead Town 224,664
4.00 Hempstead Town 755,943
3.33 Staten Island Borough 466,034
2.33 Elizabeth 123,905
2.66 Linden 40,173
3.00 Carteret 22,623
2.00 Keansburg 10,179
3.66 Port Reading 3,356
4.00 Woodbridge Township 99,411
1.66 Perth Amboy 50,512
4.00 Aberdeen Township 18,150
3.00 South Amboy 8,566
3.66 Sayreville 42,511
4.00 Old Bridge Township 64,930

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Hispanic 40.4% 24.5% 43.0% 44.0% 72.8% 18.7% 14.9%
African American 27.8% 15.2% 33.7% 40.2% 9.5% 56.3% 71.0%
Asian 15.9% 4.7% 8.3% 3.5% 6.2% 7.4% 1.9%
White 14.9% 51.6% 12.6% 10.5% 9.5% 13.8% 10.5%
Native American 0.6% 1.1% 0.3% 0.4% 0.5% 0.2% 0.1%
Pacific Islander 0.4% 0.4% 0.1% 0.1% 0.4% 0% 0.1%
Multiracial 0.1% 2.6% 1.8% 1.4% 1.1% 3.6% 1.5%
Not all schools in this area report all requested data, so some data presented on this page are based on aggregations from a subset of schools. Additionally, this data is only representative of public schools that serve this area and do not exclusively represent all residents.