The numbers are U.S. Census household median income data derived from the most recent American Community Survey. The census listed all districts that responded to the survey.

In a recent Patch article, New Jersey school districts were listed from highest median income to lowest. We took this data a step further and put together the Top 15 here at the Jersey Shore.

  1. Holmdel $136,525
  2. Interlaken $135,938
  3. Brielle $122,416
  4. Upper Freehold Regional $114,950
  5. Bay Head $108,542
  6. Sea Girt $108,333
  7. Middletown $102,474
  8. Spring Lake $101,500
  9. Manasquan $93,200
  10. Wall Township $92,539
  11. Point Pleasant Boro $89,779
  12. Jackson Township $84,871
  13. Matawan-Aberdeen Regional $83,525
  14. Allenhurst $83,155
  15. Deal $80,714

Other District Results:

  • Toms River Regional $71,882
  • Lacey $71,714
  • Brick $70,647
  • Ocean Township (Ocean County) $67,997
  • Lakehurst $66,078

Check and see where your school district finished and whether your above or below the median income level for your town.

 

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