An Overview of Ranney Academics
Among private independent schools in Monmouth County, NJ and Ocean County, NJ and surrounding areas, Ranney School in Tinton Falls stands out. If there is any one feature that defines a Ranney education, it is the school’s incomparable academic program. From Early Childhood and Lower School through Middle and Upper School, academics is the continuing thread that connects the years, encompassing innovation, creativity, knowledge and a love for learning. Supported by an extraordinary and gifted faculty, students of all ages learn to excel academically by accessing the latest educational tools and technologies that enhance and reinforce classroom teaching.
Both intracurricular and extracurricular activities allow students to experience classroom lessons with hands-on, interactive experiences. Ranney’s Advisory Program builds meaningful student-teacher relationships, providing the guidance and mentorship that help students explore all of their interests and ambitions, achieve proficiency in all subjects, build character/empathy, and develop the strong friendships so characteristic of the Ranney community. And when the time comes, with the support and expertise of the College Counseling Office
staff, students are more than ready to meet the challenges of college life and beyond. Our students mature with character, confidence, and courage; 100% of our graduates go on to attend four-year schools
, including some of the most selective colleges and military academies in the nation, as well as prominent international universities.
Finding the right fit for your child and your family among private schools in Monmouth and around Ocean County, NJ is simple because of our distinct and formidable techniques. Each of the Ranney School divisions—Lower, Middle, and Upper School—has grounded teaching principles that have been developed and enhanced to meet each year’s new challenges and opportunities since the school’s foundation in 1960. These principles have been shaped and enhanced year after year in coordination with the Head of School, Lower
, and Upper
Heads of School, the Board of Trustees
, faculty and administrators
, parents, and the overarching Ranney community to meet Ranney’s mission and core values.
Our school has more than 90 full-time teachers, of which 66% have advanced degrees and 40% have been at Ranney for 10 or more years.
The Lower, Middle and Upper School pages herein provide a look inside our educational philosophy, curriculum and student life. Learn more and visit us