The grades are in!
See if your town’s high school made the Top 25.
Today, U.S. News & World Report released it’s high school rankings for 2021. Nationally, Massachusetts did really well. In fact, 46% of our schools ranked in the top 25% in the nation, which is a higher percentage than any other state.
What’s the criteria? Apparently 6 factors are used in the publication’s evaluations: Reading and math proficiency, as well as reading and math performance, plus graduation rates, college curriculum breadth, underserved student performance, and college readiness.
Here are Massachusetts’ Top 25 according to U.S. News & World Report
- Boston Latin School, Boston
- Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School, Hadley
- Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, Marlborough
- Pioneer Charter School of Science 2 (PCSS-2), Saugus
- The Bromfield School, Harvard
- Belmont High School, Belmont
- Lexington High School, Lexington
- Dover-Sherborn Regional High School, Dover
- Weston High School, Weston
- Hopkinton High School, Hopkinton
- Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, Malden
- Sharon High School, Sharon
- Boston Latin Academy, Dorchester
- John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science, Roxbury
- Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, Acton
- Needham High School, Needham
- Pioneer Charter School of Science, Everett
- Wayland High School, Wayland
- Concord Carlisle High School, Concord
- Brookline High School, Brookline
- Westwood High School, Westwood
- Norwell High School, Norwell
- Manchester Essex Regional High School, Manchester
- Medfield Senior High School, Medfield
- Excel Academy Charter School, East Boston
Congratulations to ALL of our schools for getting through the incredibly difficult year, under unusual and trying circumstances.