New Jersey Monthly has ranked Randolph High School as one of top high schools in New Jersey. The magazine examined a variety of data from the State Department of Education as well as the percentage of students taking AP and Inrernational Baccalaureate (IB) tests and student participation in visual and performing arts classes. Randolph High School, which was ranked 63 in 2014, is now ranked No. 16.
"Randolph strives to give our students the best education possible and prepare them for success in college and careers,'' said Superintendent Jennifer A. Fano. "I am thrilled with the top 20 ranking by New Jersey Monthly and will continue to lead and support an amazing team that truly deserves such positive recognition."
Board of Education President Al Matos said he was also very pleased to hear the news. "Last year, the Board of Education, administration and staff remained diligent on its' core mission of education and raising the bar," he said. "Our teachers and supportive parents make it look easy, but in fact, it's hard work. Congrats to our administrative leadership, High School Principal Debbie Iosso and her staff and our teachers who provide the day to day execution in reaching our goals."