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  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: State-by-State Statistics
    RankStateNumber of High Schools*Number eligible for full analysisAwarded bronze or betterBronze or better medal (% of total)Awarded silver or goldSilver or gold (% of total)Awarded GoldGold (% of total)1Connecticut193143168.3%126.2%00.0%2Massachusetts3452533710.7%216.1%20.6%3California18398931709.2%1106.0%201.1%4New Jersey3972994110.3%235.8%51.3%5New York104167612211.7%535.1%232.2%6Illinois742296709.4%375.0%30.4%7Vermont6339812.7%34.8%00.0%8Washington4532115111.3%214.6%40.9%9Maine11577108.7%54.3%10.9%9Maryland**231173156.5%104.3%00.0%11Florida608367437.1%243.9%101.6%12New Hampshire**7859810.3%33.8%00.0%13Rhode Island542147.4%23.7%00.0%14Texas14256691228.6%503.5%110.8%15Colorado338146329.5%113.3%10.3%16Nevada945455.3%33.2%00.0%16Oregon2831003311.7%93.2%00.0%18Kentucky2581483212.4%83.1%00.0%19North Carolina4403144410.0%133.0%20.5%20Georgia380288297.6%112.9%10.3%21Delaware3728410.8%12.7%12.7%21District of Columbia3712410.8%12.7%00.0%23Virginia3202213611...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Top Economically Disadvantaged Schools
    Schools that enroll high proportions of economically disadvantaged students tend to face challenges when it comes to statistical measures of academic performance. But that's not always the case, as demonstrated by the success of these America's Best High Schools honorees. Economically disadvantaged is a measure of student poverty representing the percent of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationEconomically Disadvantaged Students (% of Total Enrollment)75High School for Law and Public ServiceNew York, NY92.052High School for Dual Language and Asian StudiesNew York, NY91.097Hidalgo Early College High SchoolHidalgo, TX90.625Lennox Mathematics, Science and Technology AcademyLennox, CA88.016KIPP Houston High SchoolHouston, TX87.56Newcomers High SchoolLong Island City, NY79.013IDEA Academy and College PrepatoryDonna, TX77.823Animo...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Top Open Enrollment Schools
    Open enrollment schools educate any student who resides within their region as long as those students meet minimum eligibility requirements.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationCollege Readiness IndexQuality-Adjusted Exams Per Test Taker2International AcademyBloomfield Hills, MI100.0100.013IDEA Academy and College PrepatoryDonna, TX97.797.716KIPP Houston High SchoolHouston, TX95.795.736Mission San Jose High SchoolFremont, CA85.085.041Yonkers High SchoolYonkers, NY81.581.546South Side High SchoolRockville Centre, NY78.378.347Langley High SchoolMcLean, VA77.677.648Jericho High SchoolJericho, NY77.577.551Horace Greeley High SchoolChappaqua, NY76.776.752High School for Dual Language and Asian StudiesNew York, NY76.476.455Blind Brook High SchoolRye Brook, NY76.076.059Rye High SchoolRye, NY75.075.061William A. Shine Great Neck South High SchoolGreat Neck, NY74.774.762Sumner Academy of Arts and Scie...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Top Magnet Schools
    Magnet schools are public high schools that attract the most talented students in a region using an application process that typically involves test scores and grade-point averages. The following are the nation's best magnet schools, according to the America's Best High Schools analysis.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationCollege Readiness IndexQuality-Adjusted Exams Per Test Taker12Academic Magnet High SchoolNo. Charleston, SC98.298.215Design and Architecture Senior High SchoolMiami, FL96.796.717Stanton College Preparatory SchoolJacksonville, FL95.695.620Loveless Academic Magnet Program High SchoolMontgomery, AL94.294.226Hume-Fogg Academic MagnetNashville, TN90.290.227Benjamin Franklin High SchoolNew Orleans, LA89.889.830Martin Luther King Academic Magnet SchoolNashville, TN87.087.037Northside College Preparatory High SchoolChicago, IL85.085.041Yonkers High SchoolYonkers, NY81.581.5...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Highest Hispanic Enrollment
    This list shows which high schools from our Gold Medal List-Top 100 have the largest percentage of Hispanic (Hispanic-American?) students in their overall enrollment.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationEnrollmentHispanic Enrollment (% of Total Enrollment)97Hidalgo Early College High SchoolHidalgo, TX89399.823Animo Leadership Charter High SchoolInglewood, CA52598.925Lennox Mathematics, Science & Technology AcademyLennox, CA46898.313IDEA Quest Academy & College PrepatoryDonna, TX64495.568YES Prep SoutheastHouston, TX72995.275High School for Law and Public ServiceNew York, NY66293.588South Texas High School for Health ProfessionsMercedes, TX70083.416KIPP Houston High SchoolHouston, TX63379.654Hawthorne Math and Science AcademyHawthorne, CA50771.432The Preuss School UCSDLa Jolla, CA75860.36Newcomers High SchoolLong Island City, NY1,01656.015Design and Architecture Senior High SchoolMiami, FL48...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Highest African-American Enrollment
    This list shows which high schools from our Gold Medal List-Top 100 have the largest percentage of African-American students in their overall enrollment.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationEnrollmentAfrican-American Enrollment (% of Total Enrollment)92Metro Academic and Classical High SchoolSt Louis, MO31047.162Sumner Academy of Arts and ScienceKansas City, KS97644.2100John S. Davidson Fine Arts SchoolAugusta, GA67444.065Walnut Hills High SchoolCincinnati, OH2,06537.430Martin Luther King Academic Magnet SchoolNashville, TN1,08932.042Paxon School for Advanced StudiesJacksonville, FL1,54031.240Michael E. DeBakey High School for Health ProfessionsHouston, TX74031.145Julia R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration SchoolPhiladelphia, PA1,23030.820Loveless Academic Magnet Program High SchoolMontgomery, AL40028.360Suncoast Community High SchoolRiviera Beach, FL1,32826.590City Honors School at Fos...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Highest Asian-American Enrollment
    This list shows which high schools from our Gold Medal List-Top 100 have the largest percentage of Asian-American students in their overall enrollment.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationEnrollmentAsian-American Enrollment (% of Total Enrollment)52High School for Dual Language and Asian StudiesNew York, NY29387.73Whitney High SchoolCerritos, CA98484.936Mission San Jose High SchoolFremont, CA1,97078.998Lynbrook High SchoolSan Jose, CA1,94975.728Lowell High SchoolSan Francisco, CA2,56374.64Oxford AcademyCypress, CA1,02170.770Monta Vista High SchoolCupertino, CA2,52370.531Stuyvesant High SchoolNew York, NY3,12564.881Queens High School for the Sciences at York CollegeJamaica, NY37161.258Bronx High School Of Science SchoolBronx, NY2,67059.963Brooklyn Technical High SchoolBrooklyn, NY4,46959.293Saratoga High SchoolSaratoga, CA1,24953.233Townsend Harris High SchoolFlushing, NY1,09350.839Bergen Academ...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Bronze & Honorable Mention Schools by the Numbers
    Summary StatisticsNumber of schools analyzed18,743Number of states analyzed (includes DC)49Number of states with at least one school identified (gold or silver)46BronzeAll (Gold, Silver, and Bronze)Honorable MentionTotals% of TotalTotals% of TotalTotals% of TotalTotal schools identified11896.3%17509.3%370.2%Poverty DistributionSchools with poverty enrollment &ge; 25%101485.3%124671.2%00.0%Schools with poverty enrollment &ge; 50%51943.7%65037.1%00.0%Schools with poverty enrollment &ge; 75%18515.6%23113.2%00.0%Schools with no significant poverty enrollment (<5% or "n.a.")574.8%20611.8%2054.1%Title I schools (i.e., receiving some Title I assistance)72160.6%92552.9%38.1%Schools with Schoolwide Title I (i.e., with concentrated poverty)44137.1%55831.9%00.0%Minority DistributionSchools with minority enrollment &ge; 25%45638.4%69439.7%616.2%Schools with minority enrollment &ge; 50%29224.6%44425.4%38.1%Schools...
  • [查看全文]America's Best High Schools: Gold and Silver Medal Schools by the Numbers
    Summary StatisticsNumber of schools analyzed18,743Number of states analyzed (includes DC)49Number of states with at least one school identified (gold or silver)46GoldSilverTop Performers (Gold and Silver)Totals% of TotalTotals% of TotalTotals% of TotalTotal schools identified1000.5%4612.5%5613.0%Poverty DistributionSchools with poverty enrollment &ge; 25%3636.0%19642.5%23241.4%Schools with poverty enrollment &ge; 50%1515.0%11625.2%13123.4%Schools with poverty enrollment &ge; 75%88.0%388.2%468.2%Schools with no significant poverty enrollment (<5% or "n.a.")3434.0%11524.9%14926.6%Title I schools (i.e., receiving some Title I assistance)2626.0%17838.6%20436.4%Schools with Schoolwide Title I (i.e., with concentrated poverty)1717.0%10021.7%11720.9%Minority DistributionSchools with minority enrollment &ge; 25%4242.0%19642.5%23842.4%Schools with minority enrollment &ge; 50%2323.0%12928.0%15227.1%Schools with...
  • [查看全文]美国最佳高中: 最高特许学校
    Charter schools are public schools that have been released from some of the regulations governing other public schools as long as they succeed in meeting the criteria agreed upon in their original charter. Charter schools tend to have limited enrollment and usually accept students through an application process. The following are the nation&#39;s top charter schools, according to the America&#39;s Best High Schools analysis.Overall RankSchool Name and LocationCollege Readiness IndexQuality-Adjusted Exams Per Test Taker7Pacific Collegiate SchoolSanta Cruz, CA100.0100.09BASIS TucsonTucson, AZ100.0100.013IDEA Academy and College PrepatoryDonna, TX97.797.716KIPP Houston High SchoolHouston, TX95.795.723Animo Leadership Charter High SchoolInglewood, CA91.691.624Raleigh Charter High SchoolRaleigh, NC91.291.225Lennox Mathematics, Science and Technology AcademyLennox, CA90.590.527Benjamin Fr...