#5 Ridgewood High School sent 94.2 percent of its students to four-year colleges. The high school has more than 1,700 students

Updated April 13, 2017

Posted April 13, 2017

By Sara Jerde | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

New Jersey’s Department of Education released performance reports Tuesday for schools based on the 2015-16 school year. The information included a range of details from the schools, including test scores and class sizes.

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In the state’s most populated county, Bergen, most schools that submitted data to the state had a higher percentage of students go to four-year colleges than the statewide average of 66.1 percent.

Here are the 20 public high schools that submitted school-wide data to the state that produces the most students who head to four-year colleges.