Today US News & World Report put out their national high school rankings. High Technology High School was ranked the #1 STEM High School in the country. This is the 6th time in the last 7 years that High Tech has reached this distinction. The STEM ranking is based solely on how well the senior class does on AP mathematics and science exams. High Tech was also ranked the #16 Best High school in the nation out of all public schools (not just stem schools). While we have to be careful not to read too much into the national rankings, it does provide some validation for all the hard work by the staff and students of High Tech. Additionally, the school districts in Monmouth County do a tremendous job at preparing their students to excel in high school. Finally, the parents of High Tech students are to be commended as well for all they do to assist their children in their academic and extracurricular pursuits.
US News & World Report also put out rankings for each state. High Tech was ranked #1 in New Jersey, followed by our sister schools, MAST at #9, Allied Health at #16, Communications at #34, and Biotechnology at #81. This underscores the fact that the Monmouth County Vocational School District is providing an excellent education for the students of Monmouth County.