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Super Essex Conference

The Super Essex Conference (SEC) is a high school athletic conference located in Essex County, New Jersey. The conference was formed in 2009 by the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association and was a result of a larger realignment that swept through North Jersey. The Super Essex Conference was formed by all of Essex County's high schools, the majority of which either came from the NNJIL, Iron Hills, Northern Hills, or Colonial Hills conferences. Several schools were members of either the Mountain Valley or Watchung conferences, while several further were independent. The only school that did not participate was St. Benedict's Preparatory School, which is not part of the NJSIAA's jurisdiction.


  • Divisions 1
  • Member Schools 2
  • Recent Additions 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The Super Essex Conference, has adopted a strength of program alignment that places all the stronger programs in the top division and the weaker programs in the lower division with schools moving up or down every two years based on performance. It’s similar to the system used statewide for hockey and lacrosse.[1]

Member Schools

School Location Team Name Colors Prior Conference
Arts High School Newark Jaguars           Colonial Hills
Barringer High School Newark Blue Bears           NNJIL
Belleville High School Belleville Buccaneers           NNJIL
Bloomfield High School Bloomfield Bengals           NNJIL
Bloomfield Tech High School Bloomfield Spartans           Independent
Cedar Grove High School Cedar Grove Panthers           Colonial Hills
Central High School Newark Blue Devils           Mountain Valley
Christ the King Prep Newark Knights          
Columbia High School Maplewood Cougars           Iron Hills
East Orange Campus High School East Orange Jaguars           Iron Hills
East Side High School Newark Red Raiders           Watchung
Glen Ridge High School Glen Ridge Ridgers           Colonial Hills
Golda Och Academy (formerly Solomon Schechter) West Orange Roadrunners           Independent
Immaculate Conception High School Montclair Lions           Colonial Hills
Irvington High School Irvington Knights           Watchung
James Caldwell High School West Caldwell Chiefs           Northern Hills
Livingston High School Livingston Lancers           Iron Hills
Malcolm X Shabazz High School Newark Bulldogs           Watchung
Marylawn of the Oranges High School South Orange Knights          
Millburn High School Millburn Millers           Northern Hills
Montclair High School Montclair Mounties           NNJIL
Montclair Kimberley Academy Montclair Cougars           Colonial Hills
Mount Saint Dominic Academy Caldwell Lady Lions           Northern Hills
Newark Academy Livingston Minutemen           Colonial Hills
Newark Tech High School Newark Terriers           Mountain Valley
North 13th Street Tech Newark Cougars          
Nutley High School Nutley Maroon Raiders           NNJIL
Orange High School Orange Tornadoes           Northern Hills
Saint Vincent Academy Newark Panthers          
Science Park High School Newark Chargers           Colonial Hills
Seton Hall Prep West Orange Pirates           Iron Hills
Technology High School Newark Panthers           Colonial Hills
University High School Newark Phoenix           Colonial Hills
Verona High School Verona Hillbillies           Colonial Hills
Weequahic High School Newark Indians           Iron Hills
West Essex High School North Caldwell Knights           Iron Hills
West Orange High School West Orange Mountaineers           Northern Hills
West Side High School Newark Roughriders           Northern Hills

Recent Additions

For the 2011-2012 school year the conference added three new members in Christ the King Prep, Newark Tech High School, and North 13th Street Tech. All three schools are located in Newark, New Jersey.


  1. ^ Realignment Breakdown

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