The Top 100 Public High Schools

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The Top 100 Public High Schools


Compiled, Data, Streib, Analyzed Lauren, Yarett, Ian, Newsweek


Byline: Data compiled and analyzed by Lauren Streib and Ian Yarett

1. The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science, Bowling Green, Ky.

GRAD. RATE AND AVG. SAT

100 2010

2. The School for the Talented and Gifted Magnet High School, Dallas, Texas

100 1810

3. Basis Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Ariz.

100 1951

4. School of Science and Engineering Magnet, Dallas, Texas

100 1742

5. Basis Tucson, Tucson, Ariz.

100 1932

6. Jefferson County International Baccalaureate School, Birmingham, Ala.

100 1897

7. Signature School, Evansville, Ind.

100 1811

8. Stanton College Preparatory School, Jacksonville, Fla.

99 1824

9. Suncoast Community High School, Riviera Beach, Fla.

100 1712

10. Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Va.

100 2200

11. City Honors School at Fosdick-Masten Park, Buffalo, N.Y.

100 1771

12. School for Advanced Studies, Miami, Fla.

100 1774

13. Andrew Carnegie Vanguard High School, Houston, Texas

100 1849

14. Uplift Education North Hills Preparatory School, Irving, Texas

100 1830

15. Pine View School, Osprey, Fla.

100 1968

16. Governor's School for Government and Int'l Studies, Richmond, Va.

100 2084

17. Early College at Guilford, Greensboro, N.C.

100 1930

18. Westlake Academy, Westlake, Texas

100 1758

19. Oxford Academy, Cypress, Calif.

100 1903

20. Biotechnology High School, Freehold, N.J.

100 2001

21. Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, N.J.

100 2126

22. Academic Magnet High School, North Charleston, S.C.

100 1880

23. The Paxon School for Advanced Studies, Jacksonville, Fla.

100 1630

24. International School, Bellevue, Wash.

100 1912

25. Corbett School, Corbett, Ore.

84 1571

26. University High School, Tucson, Ariz.

99 1895

27. International Community School, Kirkland, Wash.

98 2001

28. Northside College Prep High School, Chicago, Ill.

100 N/A

29. North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, N.C.

93 1979

30. The Preuss School UCSD, La Jolla, Calif.

100 1583

31. Gretchen Whitney High School, Cerritos, Calif.

99 1989

32. American Indian Public High School, Oakland, Calif.

100 1767

33. Science Academy of South Texas, Mercedes, Texas

98 1667

34. Raleigh Charter High School, Raleigh, N.C.

98 1861

35. Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, Oklahoma City, Okla.

90 2014

36. Hume-Fogg Magnet High School, Nashville, Tenn.

100 1830

37. Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, Fla.

99 1684

38. Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School, Austin, Texas

100 1881

39. Classen School of Advanced Studies, Oklahoma City, Okla.

100 1778

40. Bronxville High School, Bronxville, N.Y.

100 1919

41. Jericho High School, Jericho, N.Y.

100 1853

42. Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, S.C.

100 1692

43. Peak to Peak Charter School, Lafayette, Colo.

98 1844

44. Hunter College High School, New York, N.Y.

98 2187

45. George Mason High School, Falls Church, Va.

97 1774

46. Sturgis Charter Public School, Hyannis, Mass.

95 1680

47. Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas

100 1786

48. …

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