Wednesday, April 17, 2013
New Jersey school performance reports released recently ranked the high school in the 68th percentile in two categories and 84th percentile in another.
In the recent school performance reports issued by the Christie administration, Millburn High School didn't rank high among peer schools despite being first in average SAT scores. Statewide, the school was ranked in the 80th percentile in all categories while in its peer group only achieved rank in the 68th percentile in two categories and 84th percentile in another. The reports ranks the school on three different categories: academic achievement on Language Arts Literacy and Math sections of the New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment, HSPA, college and career readiness which measures SAT, PSAT and participation in AP courses and graduation and post-secondary graduation and drop out rates. It also ranks schools against 30 peer …
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Millburn and Short Hills residents, share your back to school photos here!
Back to buses, books and bagged lunches for students as summer vacation officially ends for the younger residents of Millburn and Short Hills. "Classes and test and homework, oh my," the High School front sign said, welcoming students back to a national Blue Ribbon School. Millburn High School has been one of top-ranked school throughout New Jersey for years. The Millburn School District reopened its the doors to its almost 5,000 students on Tuesday to kick off the 2012-2013 school year. Over 25 new staff members were hired throughout the school district, which were in orientation last week. "The new year is here," Superindendent Dr. James Crisfield said. "It's always great to see the kids with smiling faces back in the classes." The …
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
In an attempt to bring the schools more technology in the classrooms.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
The Education Foundation of Millburn-Short Hills the donation of over $100,000 of technology, staff development and other programs to all seven Millburn township schools. Also in its May meeting, for first time, the Board of Trustees of the Ed Foundation voted to set aside $50,000 to begin an endowment to ensure that the Foundation can continue to enhance the Millburn Township public school curriculum in future years. This year the organization is donating 10 iPads with Apple care to the five elementary schools in the district. The middle school is receiving one Apple syncing and charging cart, thirty iPads with AppleCare protection and a MacBook Pro laptop. The Ed Foundation is donating $20,000 to Millburn High School to upgrade the …