Overview

Rutgers Preparatory School, founded in 1766, is a pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade co-educational independent day school. The School environment is enriched by students who come from a variety of geographic, economic and ethnic backgrounds. Our motto "Severa res est verum gaudium" (Hard work is true joy) expresses our desire that students will develop a positive attitude toward learning and that they will be rewarded with a strong sense of achievement. The School values intellectual curiosity and personal integrity, seeking to stimulate their development at every level. We emphasize a strong academic program, creative problem solving, cooperation and group interaction, appreciation of culture and beauty, and healthy emotional and physical growth. We believe that our students grow and learn best in an environment of trust, cooperation and open communication. The educational experience of each individual student is most successful when students, parents, faculty and administration together support the School's aims and values.
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Official information of Rutgers Preparatory School in 2024 | FindingSchool

A Day
A+ Matriculation
A Academics
B Extracurricular activities
A Community
B+ Reviews
A+ Int. student mgmt

Day S. Grades: PreK-12
Co-ed
Suburban
ESL: No
Day S. Tuition: $45,085
# of Students: 691
Teacher:Student: 1:8%
International Student: 12%
AP Courses: 6
Endowment: $62,952/stu.
Faculty w/ adv. degree: 77%
SAT: 1324/1600
IB: No
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Matriculation

Ranking University/College Students
#1 Princeton University 1
#2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1
#3 Stanford University 1
#3 Yale University 1
#6 University of Chicago 1
#7 Johns Hopkins University 1
#7 University of Pennsylvania 1
#10 Duke University 1
#10 Northwestern University 1
#12 Dartmouth College 1
#13 Brown University 1
#13 Vanderbilt University 1
#15 Rice University 1
#15 Washington University in St. Louis 1
LAC #3 Pomona College 1
#17 Cornell University 1
#18 Columbia University 1
#18 University of Notre Dame 1
#20 University of California: Berkeley 1
#20 University of California: Los Angeles 1
LAC #4 Swarthmore College 1
#22 Carnegie Mellon University 1
#22 Emory University 1
#22 Georgetown University 1
#25 New York University 1
#25 University of Michigan 1
#25 University of Southern California 1
#25 University of Virginia 1
LAC #5 Wellesley College 1
#29 University of Florida 1
#29 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1
#29 Wake Forest University 1
LAC #6 Carleton College 1
LAC #6 United States Naval Academy 1
#32 Tufts University 1
#32 University of California: Santa Barbara 1
#34 University of California: Irvine 1
#34 University of California: San Diego 1
#36 Boston College 1
#36 University of Rochester 1
#38 University of California: Davis 1
#38 University of Texas at Austin 1
#38 University of Wisconsin-Madison 1
#41 Boston University 1
#44 Brandeis University 1
#44 Case Western Reserve University 1
#44 Georgia Institute of Technology 1
#44 Northeastern University 1
#44 Tulane University 1
#49 University of Georgia 1
#51 Lehigh University 1
#55 Pepperdine University 1
#55 University of Miami 1
LAC #11 Washington and Lee University 1
LAC #13 Smith College 1
LAC #13 Vassar College 1
LAC #15 Grinnell College 1
LAC #15 Hamilton College 1
LAC #18 Haverford College 1
LAC #18 University of Richmond 1
LAC #18 Wesleyan University 1
LAC #24 Colby College 1
LAC #31 Bryn Mawr College 1
LAC #33 College of the Holy Cross 1
LAC #36 Mount Holyoke College 1
LAC #37 Bucknell University 1
LAC #39 Denison University 1
LAC #39 Lafayette College 1
LAC #39 Skidmore College 1
LAC #39 Trinity College 1
LAC #51 Dickinson College 1
LAC #55 Connecticut College 1
College of William and Mary 1
Franklin & Marshall College 1
Union College 1
United States Military Academy 1
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1
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AP Courses

(Total 6)
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
English Language and Composition
English Literature and Composition
United States History
Computer Science A

Sports

(Total 11)
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Golf
Lacrosse
Soccer
Softball
Swimming
Tennis
Volleyball
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Golf
Lacrosse
Soccer
Softball
Swimming
Tennis
Volleyball
Wrestling
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Arts

(Total 5)
Ceramics
Drawing
Painting
Photography
Architecture

Basic Info

Year Founded: 1766
Campus Size: 42 acres
Religious Affiliation: No Religious Affiliation

Application Info

Deadline: Rolling
Interview: Skype
Pre Interview: No Requirement
Other Accepted Scores: TOEFL Jr.

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SSAT

Brief Reviews

(Total 10)
5.0/ 5

Detailed Reviews

(Total 0)
0.0 / 5 Overall
0.0 / 5 Academics
0.0 / 5 Campus
0.0 / 5 Student Life
0.0 / 5 Athletic&Art
0.0 / 5 Transportation

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Frequently Ask Questions about Rutgers Preparatory School

Tell me a bit about Rutgers Preparatory School.
Rutgers Preparatory School is Co-ed private day school located in New Jersey, US. It was founded 1766 , and currently has about 691 students, 12.00% of whom are international students.

For more official information, please visit http://www.rutgersprep.org.
Does Rutgers Preparatory School have rigorous academic requirements?
Rutgers Preparatory School is offering 6 AP courses.

Rutgers Preparatory School also have 77% of faculties whose degrees are master and above.
Where do Rutgers Preparatory School students typically go for their colleges?
Based on the most recent matriculation data, 23.16% go to top 50 US universities and colleges*, 18.95% go to top 25, and about 5.26% go to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford and MIT.

*Ranking is based on the 2024 US News College Ranking.
What is the application requirement for Rutgers Preparatory School?
Similar to most private schools in the US, Rutgers Preparatory School’s typical admission requirements include school transcript, recommendation letter, application essay, and interview (often optional, but highly recommended).
What is the latest tuition for Rutgers Preparatory School’s Co-ed student?
The total fee for Rutgers Preparatory School in 2024 is $45,085, which typically includes tuition, boarding fee, student management fee and a few other fees associated with managing international students.

For more information, please contact school’s admission team at forte@rutgersprep.org .
Where is Rutgers Preparatory School located?
Rutgers Preparatory School is located in the State of New Jersey of USA. The closest major city is New York, which is about 30 miles away from school. Most families can choose JFK aireport to travel in and out of school.
How popular is Rutgers Preparatory School on FindingSchool network?
Based on FindingSchool monthly traffic data as well as onsite search record, Rutgers Preparatory School is among the most popular schools, within top 86 for all schools on FindingSchool.

Also Rutgers Preparatory School has been favorited by 320 users.
How to start with an application with Rutgers Preparatory School?
The first stop is to carefully review the school profile on FindingSchool to learn more about Rutgers Preparatory School. Most of them are directly provided by the school.

Also it is highly recommended to visit Rutgers Preparatory School’s official site: http://www.rutgersprep.org or call them at 732-545-5600.
Please share a few nearby schools that are close to Rutgers Preparatory School?
Yes, here are few: New Road School of Somerset, Green Brook Academy and The Center School.

The closest major city is New York. You can find out more schools near New York here.
What is the FindingSchool rating for Rutgers Preparatory School?
The overall rating for Rutgers Preparatory School is A.

The section ratings of Rutgers Preparatory School are:
A+ for Matriculation
A for Academics
B for Extracurriculum
A for Community
B+ for Students and Parents reviews
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