CJCP Maintains Its Position Of Being A Place Of Pride And Success

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As the school year progresses, Central Jersey College Prep seniors are informed regarding their college/university admission decisions. CJCP staff and administration are proud to say that almost 100 percent of the senior class of the 2016-17 school year already received their acceptance letters from four-year universities. Included in the acceptance list are:

  • A. Gokul, UC Berkeley, UPenn, Cornell
  • S. Petersen, UCONN, Syracuse University, Emory University
  • B. Addison, John Hopkins, College of William and Mary, Emory University
  • S. Quaye, Cornell, NYU
  • N. Allia, Penn State, Temple, Ithaca
  • D. Dukes, Rutgers, George Mason U.
  • S. Bennett, Rutgers, George Mason U., Temple
  • D. Patel, Rutgers
  • R. Anwar, Pace University
  • M. Hassan, NJIT, Rutgers, NJCU

and the list goes on…

CJCP’s staff, administration and involved parents put every effort to utilize the best practices and to address every student’s needs, which will affect our communities today and the future. Successful academics serve local community, businesses, and the non-profit organizations. Taxpayers’ financial support is the way of investment in human capital and we are confident that every resident benefits in return with these accomplished students.

CJCP in a scoop …
This year CJCPCS is proud to be recognized with the prestigious 2016 Blue Ribbon School award from US Department of Education. Only 326 schools nationwide received this award and CJCP is the only charter school in New Jersey to do so this year. CJCP is also the recipient of several more awards including: 2016 Silver category US high school award, US News & World Report, Niche 2017 #1 Best Charter High School in NJ, and 2014-15 High Performing Rewards School by the NJ DOE.

CJCP has shown outstanding growth in student achievement through its improved standardized test scores and now consistent 100 percent high school graduation rate.

CJCPCS was established in 2006-07 and has a complete middle school and high school, grades 6 – 12, along with an expanding elementary program. The 2016-17 maximum enrollment is 480 students and CJCP just recently was happy to announce the NJ Department of Education’s approval to increase enrollment in the coming school year to 624. CJCP serves students in Franklin Township, New Brunswick, and North Brunswick.

The emphasis is on college preparation and technology integration. CJCP’s educational model focuses on fully preparing students to enter college and succeed. It includes rigorous standards-driven curriculum, technology integration, and data-driven instruction. CJCP relies heavily on the integration of ELA and math skills across the entire curriculum, with all subjects working together to foster student achievement on PARCC (NJ state assessments) and College Aptitude tests such as SAT.

CJCP has implemented a 21st-century classroom where all students are equipped with Chrome books from the school, access to digital textbooks, online apps and resources in addition to the utilization of Smart Board technology, flipped classroom and Google classroom creating a technology-driven environment.


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