Dunbar High School basketball players are the lowest paid in the state of New Jersey.
The team is the only team in the entire state to earn less than $500 per month, according to the NJ Advance Media.
Dunbar is one of the lowest paying high schools in New Jersey, according a 2016 study from the state’s Department of Education.
It’s also one of just two schools in the country with no scholarships.
According to the report, the Dunbar team is among the lowest in the NJABIA for player salaries.
It has an average salary of $6,500, which is just $300 below the state average.
The rest of the team is paid $5,700, $4,000 more than the state minimum.
The report also states that the average salary for Dunbar players is $1,100 below the average state salary.
And the state is also one among only seven states that doesn’t have scholarships for players.
The state does have a scholarship program for high school basketball players.
But, according the report from the department of education, “The average cost of attending the Dunbars athletic programs is more than twice the state-funded scholarship rate.”
The state’s average player salary is $3,400, which was the second highest of all high schools.
It also ranks No. 4 in the highest-paid high schools across the country.
The average team salary is also the third highest in the nation.
The most expensive Dunbar player, Tyronis Mitchell, is a 6-foot-10 power forward who is projected to be the top pick in the NBA Draft.
But the team’s $2,300 average player salaries makes him the third-highest paid player in the school.
Mitchell is averaging a career-high 28.6 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.5 steals per game for the Dunbartons.
The school also ranks as the third lowest in New York in total income for players, behind only Manhattan-Midtown and the Upper West Side.
The highest Dunbar average salary is at $7,500.
In 2017, the school was ranked as the fourth-highest-paid team in New England, behind Boston College and Providence.
The lowest Dunbar high-school salary is just over $3 per game, which has a high turnover rate.
In the last three years, the team has averaged just $2.75 per game.
For the Dunbara players, the average tuition is $713.50.
The Dunbar Sports Academy was founded in 2001 and serves over 100 high school players, coaches and administrators.
The program is funded through donations from individuals, businesses and foundations.
According the NJ State Department of Educational Services, the annual tuition for the entire program is $2 million.
But for the first two years of operation, the athletic department was able to pay its entire budget by selling merchandise to the public.
The athletic department did not release the names of any of the school’s sponsors, but the report states that they were Nike, Under Armour, Adidas and J. Crew.
According a report from NJ Advance, there are no scholarships for Dunbars players.
However, the basketball program did have scholarships in 2016, with one of those scholarships worth $3.5 million.
The second scholarship, for $2-3 million, was given to players who were the recipients of the prestigious Under Armour Rookie of the Year Award, which includes $1.5-million for tuition and fees.
However the scholarships for the other athletes are not public information.
The players were given a $100,000 scholarship each year and a $25,000 stipend from the team.
The scholarship is for the 2018-2019 academic year, which ends in June 2019.
Dunbars coach Jim Kocher said he hopes that this year’s program is successful in its mission.
“We believe in ourselves, we believe in our players, and that’s all we can ask for,” Koccher said.
“I know we can do better and I know we’re going to have a great program this year.”
The school’s athletic director, Dan Kelly, said in a statement that they hope the DunBar program will continue to grow.
“Our mission is to provide the best educational opportunities possible for our students and our families,” Kelly said.