MAHWAH, N.J. — Nineteen school districts in Bergen County were named among the top 100 in the state in a new ranking by Niche.
Niche is a web platform that ranks schools on a variety of factors, including hard data, student outcomes, and information provided by students and parents in the community.
With this information, Niche also grades every school district between an A+ and an F on Academics, Health & Safety, Student Culture & Diversity, Teachers, Resources & Facilities, Extracurriculars & Activities, and Sports & Fitness.
A parent survey also rates each school on a 1-5 scale with 5 being the highest.
Here are the Bergen County school districts that ranked in the top 100:
- Ridgewood Public Schools — #7 overall
- Pascack Valley Regional High School District — #8 overall
- Tenafly Public Schools — #15 overall
- Glen Rock Public School District — #18 overall
- Northern Valley Regional High School District — #22 overall
- Cresskill Public School District — #30 overall
- River Dell Regional School District — #34 overall
- Ramapo Indian Hills Regional School District — #38 overall
- Paramus Public Schools — #42 overall
- Fair Lawn Public Schools — #46 overall
- Ramsey Public Schools — #57 overall
- Mahwah Township Public Schools — #60 overall
- Westwood Regional School District — #70 overall
- Bergenfield Borough School District — #76 overall
- Teaneck Public Schools — #78 overall
- Midland Park Public Schools — #80 overall
- Leonia Public Schools — #81 overall
- Rutherford Public Schools — #85 overall
- Park Ridge Public Schools — #92 overall
- Palisades Park Board Of Education — #93 overall
- Waldwick School District — #96 overall
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