Some New Jersey families have turned to a county-wide public school system, and their costs are paid for by state, county, home town district and federal funding. The child’s home town school district is obligated to provide transportation to the county-wide school. As an example, a child living in Cranbury, New Jersey, who can pass the admissions standards, can attend the Middlesex County of Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies, which is located in Edison, New Jersey. He would go there for free. However, Cranbury, New Jersey is obligated to provide bus service to the academy.
Mr. Paul Munoz, Assistant Superintendent of Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools, and Dr. Linda Russo, principal of Middlesex County of Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies share their school system with us. The Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies is a 2013 U.S. News and World Report Gold Medal high school that ranks #146 in the nation and #6 in New Jersey.
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