New Jersey Towns Graded
A website gave towns across the country a letter grade from A+ to D-. We have the list of New Jersey towns and their final grade.
Niche.com graded towns all over the U.S. giving a new spin on the number ranking system. This is the ultimate town report card. They scored the towns based on a list of factors: school system, health, safety, housing, and a long list of other criteria. They even used reviews on the towns from people who live there. See how they got the grades and the breakdown here.
So how did your town do? Let’s break down some South Jersey towns.
South Jersey’s lowest grade was a C-, no D grades. Waretown came in with a C- grade.
Some of the C’s included Estell Manor, Absecon, and Barnegat.
Moving on to C+, Egg Harbor City, Mays Landing,and Pleasantville were graded the same.
Atlantic City, Cape May Court House, Brigantine, and Woodbine all received a B-.
A few of the South Jersey Towns that got a B were Linwood, Wildwood, Margate, Somers Point, Hammonton and Stafford Township.
Galloway, EHT, Northfield, Manahawkin, and Sea Isle City all got a B+.
Ocean City and Cape May were graded and got an A-.
Surf City got an A.
Do you agree with the grades?