It must be such a nice feeling to hear that South Jersey is putting as much money as they can spare towards the education of our students.

This means that each student will be given more supplies that will help to reinforce what they are learning, more opportunities to experience as much as possible, and more guidance to reach their goals.

On average, a NJ school district spent $20,849 per student during the 2016-2017 but we all know that things get more and more expensive every year!

So what are the districts spending now? And who is spending the most per student?

Let's find out....

Neptune Township

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $28,252 

Enrollment: 4,217.5

Colts Neck

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $29,007

Enrollment: 942

Monmouth Regional

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $29,230

Enrollment: 981.5

Spring Lake

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $29,642

Enrollment: 197

Shore Regional

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $29,864

Enrollment: 621

Lakewood

County: Ocean

Per Student Spending: $30,441

Enrollment: 5,936.5

Keansburg

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $30,950

Enrollment: 1,539.5

Long Beach Island

County: Ocean

Per Student Spending: $32,007

Enrollment: 225

Beach Haven

County: Ocean

Per Student Spending: $32,305

Enrollment: 70

Henry Hudson Regional

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $32,760

Enrollment: 307

Asbury Park

County: Monmouth

Per Student Spending: $36,957

Enrollment: 2,026.5

Check out the full list of the Top 50 NJ school districts that spends the most per student at NJ.com.

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