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HIGHLIGHT INFO

Rutgers Preparatory School (RPS) offers a full college preparatory and Advanced Placement curriculum. The school has also won several awards for their strong Science Olympia teams.

FACILITIES
Built with outstanding technology, the school has Makerspace facilitates, a dedicated art and music building and a state-of-the-art fitness center for students to utilize.

SPORTS AND ARTS
The school has 33 sports teams with approximately 80 percent of students participating in some form of organized athletics at either the junior varsity or varsity level. A broad arts program is offered with courses in visual arts, choral and instrumental music, and drama. Students participate in several performances each year.

COMMUNITY INFORMATION
Located approximately 50 minutes southwest of New York City, the town of Somerset offers students the opportunity to visit historical sites, enjoy parks and recreational areas, and shop at a variety of stores. Somerset is accessible to the metropolitan area of Central New Jersey. Nearby Rutgers University offers students additional educational and cultural experiences.

Visit School Site: Rutgers Preparatory School
Visit County Site: Somerset County, New Jersey

School Information

14 - 18

Acting, Ceramics, Critique and Production, Drawing, Improvisation, Photography, Architecture, Dance

Arabic, French, Japanese, Latin, Spanish

Career and Community Leaders of America, App Development Club, Entrepreneur Club, Japanese Club, Junior Statesman of America, Model United Nations (Model UN), Newspaper Club

Latin, Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Programming, Microeconomics, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, European History, French Language and Culture, Physics 1, Psychology, Spanish Language and Culture, Data Management, US Government and Politics, US History, World History, Chinese Language and Culture, Physics C: Mechanics, Computer Science, Statistics, Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, Macroeconomics

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