For the fourth year in a row, the Pennsauken campus of Camden County Technical Schools has won accolades from U.S. News and World Report, county officials announced Wednesday.
The publication, famous for its college rankings, also ranks high schools and is awarding the campus a bronze medal out of the 398 New Jersey high schools that were considered this year. Test scores, college readiness and student-teacher ratios were among the criteria.
"I'm very proud of the hard work that Penn Tech's students and staff put in every day," said principal Greg Cappello."Our family approach to educating students translates into a caring, safe school with a dedication to college and careers."
Started as a vocation school in 1928, the Pennsauken school now enrolls 750 students. The other campus is located in Gloucester Township.