Weehawken, Bayonne, Jersey City, Secaucus, and other high schools get ranked in arts and academics by magazine
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Bayonne High School (File photo)
Bayonne High School (File photo)
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HUDSON COUNTY -- McNair Academic High School in Jersey City came out on top, but Bayonne High School didn't fare as well, on a state list of Performing Public High Schools for academics and the arts, according to a magazine assessment released on Aug. 20.

McNair in Jersey City finished first in Hudson County, and in the top third in the state, with a 375 rating. Other Hudson high schools finishing ahead of Bayonne were High Tech in North Bergen, 345; Weehawken, 319; County Prep in Jersey City, 309, and Secaucus, 302. Inside Jersey gave Bayonne High a score of 288.

The magazine’s ranking took into account each school’s combined Scholastic Aptitude Test score, composite High School Proficiency Assessment, and a combined arts participation score.

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