Lenox schools again lauded for college readiness by US News & World Report

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U.S. News and World Report recognized St. Charles North for its 99 percent graduation rate, 45 percent math proficiency in which students meet or exceed state standards and 50 percent student reading proficiency.

This school in Milford is ranked 49th among more than 600 Pennsylvania high schools. In addition to its top spot for the state, Maeser ranked as No. 698 among the nation's public schools.

Maeser was joined in the top 1,000 nationally by two other Utah schools. Top-performing high schools receive gold, silver and bronze medal recognition, with gold indicating the greatest level of college readiness.

U.S. News and World Report is out with its annual rankings of the nation's best public high schools, and Boston Latin School tops the list of institutions in MA. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams.

"If you establish a working relationship with your children's teacher, that school is going to be an excellent school", Williams said.

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A news conference is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, though Dwyer would not say whether the search had yielded any evidence. The field sits along the North Branch Clinton River and is tucked among small residential neighborhoods and two golf courses.

Amistad Academy in New Haven, Connecticut International Baccalaureate Academy in East Hartford, Achievement First Hartford Academy, and the Academy of Aerospace and Engineering in Windsor, all beat out Ridgefield for the top ranking, respectively.

Pennsylvania was tied at 14th in the nation - with 15.8 percent of public schools earning a golf or silver medal - while New Jersey came in 17th with 14.8 percent awarded gold or silver.

Bismarck's Century placed second, earning silver ratings in the new rankings reported by U.S. News on Wednesday, May 9.

The charter group operates 21 schools in the state, three of them in Scottsdale.

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