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100 Best High Schools In America Ranked (Three Schools From Virginia Make Top 100)
WKMG TV NEWS ^ | 11-30-2007

Posted on 12/01/2007 10:49:31 AM PST by Cagey

WASHINGTON -- U.S. News & World Report says America's best high school is in Virginia, one of three to make it in the magazine's top 100.

The magazine's first-ever high school rankings give the top honor to Fairfax County's elite Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

Using K-12 data research and analysis business run by Standard & Poor's, the magazine put high schools in 40 states through a three-step analysis. U.S. News and World measured how each school's students performed on state tests, adjusting for student circumstances. Then it evaluated how well each school's disadvantaged students did. Lastly, they looked at whether the school was successful in providing college-level coursework.

The magazine's analysis considered more than 18,500 high schools in 40 states.


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Thomas Jefferson High School Fairfax County, Alexandria, Virginia Pacific Collegiate Charter

Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz, California International Baccalaureate Program

Polk County, Bartow, Florida Oxford Academy

Orange County, Cypress, California Montpelier High School

Washington County, Montpelier, Vermont Pine View School for Gifted

Sarasota County, Osprey, Florida High Technology High School

Monmouth County, Lincroft, New Jersey Design & Architectural Senior High

Miami-Dade County, Miami, Florida

Stanton College Preparatory Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida

Preuss School Ucsd San Diego County, La Jolla, California

Hidalgo High School Hidalgo County, Hidalgo, Texas

Gretchen Whitney High Los Angeles County, Cerritos, California

University High School Pima County, Tucson, Arizona

School For The Talented & Gifted Dallas County, Dallas, Texas

Stuyvesant High School New York County, New York, New York

Basis Tucson Pima County, Tucson, Arizona

International Community School King County, Kirkland, Washington

School Of Science & Engineering Dallas County, Dallas, Texas

Boston Latin Suffolk County, Boston, Massachusetts

Bronx High School Of Science School Bronx County, Bronx, New York

California Academy Of Mathematics And Science Los Angeles County, Carson, California

Staten Island Tech High School Richmond County, Staten Island, New York

The Science Academy Hidalgo County, Mercedes, Texas

Northside College Preparatory High School Cook County, Chicago, Illinois

Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Junior School Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach, Florida

Dr. Ronald McNair Academy High School Hudson County, Jersey City, New Jersey

Academic Magnet High School Charleston County, No. Charleston, South Carolina

Edgemont Junior-Senior High School Westchester County, Scarsdale, New York

Horace Greeley High School Westchester County, Chappaqua, New York

Paxon School/Advanced Studies Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida

Animo Leadership High Los Angeles County, Inglewood, California

Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet- Pearl High School Davidson County, Nashville, Tennessee

Highland Park High School Dallas County, Dallas, Texas

Thomas S. Wootton High Montgomery County, Rockville, Maryland

Maine School Of Science & Math Aroostook County, Limestone, Maine

University High Fresno County, Fresno, California

Langley High Fairfax County, Mclean, Virginia

Yes College Preparatory School-Southeast Harris County, Houston, Texas

Brooklyn Tech High School Kings County, Brooklyn, New York

Walt Whitman High Montgomery County, Bethesda, Maryland

Charter School Of Wilmington New Castle County, Wilmington, Delaware

Winston Churchill High Montgomery County, Potomac, Maryland

Great Neck South High School Nassau County, Great Neck, New York

Newport Senior High School King County, Bellevue, Washington

Townsend Harris High School Queens County, Flushing, New York

Payton College Preparatory High School Cook County, Chicago, Illinois

Peak To Peak Charter School Boulder County, Lafayette, Colorado

Indian Hill High School Hamilton County, Cincinnati, Ohio

Mission San Jose High Alameda County, Fremont, California

City Honors School Erie County, Buffalo, New York

Suncoast Community High School Palm Beach County, Riviera Beach, Florida

Rye High School Westchester County, Rye, New York

Masterman Julia R Secondary School Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

South Texas Business Education & Technology Academy Hidalgo County, Edinburg, Texas

Scarsdale Senior High School Westchester County, Scarsdale, New York

Northland Preparatory Academy Coconino County, Flagstaff, Arizona

Brighton High School Monroe County, Rochester, New York

Jericho Senior High School Nassau County, Jericho, New York

Monta Vista High Santa Clara County, Cupertino, California

Weston High Middlesex County, Weston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles Center For Enriched Studies Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California

D'Evelyn Senior High School Jefferson County, Golden, Colorado

New World School Of The Arts Miami-Dade County, Miami, Florida

High School For Health Professions Hidalgo County, Mercedes, Texas

Dover-Sherborn Regional High Norfolk County, Dover, Massachusetts

Henry M. Gunn High Santa Clara County, Palo Alto, California

Young Magnet High School Cook County, Chicago, Illinois

Piedmont High Alameda County, Piedmont, California

Lowell High San Francisco County, San Francisco, California

Wellesley Senior High Norfolk County, Wellesley, Massachusetts

Cold Spring Harbor High School Suffolk County, Cold Spring Harbor, New York

Saratoga High Santa Clara County, Saratoga, California

Lynbrook High Santa Clara County, San Jose, California

New Explorations Science, Tech & Math New York County, New York, New York

Blind Brook High School Westchester County, Rye Brook, New York

University High Orange County, Irvine, California

Adlai E Stevenson High School Lake County, Lincolnshire, Illinois

Manhasset Senior High School Nassau County, Manhasset, New York

Conestoga Senior High School Chester County, Berwyn, Pennsylvania

Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California

Wyoming High School Hamilton County, Wyoming, Ohio

San Marino High Los Angeles County, San Marino, California

Walnut Hills High School Hamilton County, Cincinnati, Ohio

Davidson Magnet School Richmond County, Augusta, Georgia

Palo Alto High Santa Clara County, Palo Alto, California

Signature School Inc. Vanderburgh County, Evansville, Indiana

Debakey High School For Health Professions Harris County, Houston, Texas

Oakton High Fairfax County, Vienna, Virginia

Palos Verdes Peninsula High Los Angeles County, Rolling Hills Estates, California

Lincoln Park High School Cook County, Chicago, Illinois

Irvington High School Westchester County, Irvington, New York

Chagrin Falls High School Cuyahoga County, Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Palos Verdes High Los Angeles County, Palos Verdes Estates, California

Princeton High Mercer County, Princeton, New Jersey

La Canada High Los Angeles County, La Canada, California

Carnegie Vanguard High School Harris County, Houston, Texas

Millburn Senior High Essex County, Millburn, New Jersey

Malibu High Los Angeles County, Malibu, California

Media And Technology Charter School Suffolk County, Boston, Massachusetts

Jones College Prep High School Cook County, Chicago, Illinois

1 posted on 12/01/2007 10:49:34 AM PST by Cagey
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To: Cagey

there are actually 6 in the top 100 from the suburban DC area— both MD and VA.


2 posted on 12/01/2007 10:51:05 AM PST by xsmommy
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To: Cagey

also, they only looked at public high schools.


3 posted on 12/01/2007 10:52:06 AM PST by xsmommy
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To: Cagey
Hey, where’s all the schools from NC?

My self esteem is shattered, I sue.

4 posted on 12/01/2007 10:53:29 AM PST by PeteB570 (Guns, what real men want for Christmas)
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To: Cagey
Stuyvesant High School New York County, New York, New York

I'm still amazed to this day how I got into this high school.

I know I messed up on the entrance exam.

5 posted on 12/01/2007 10:53:58 AM PST by LdSentinal
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To: xsmommy

I don’t know why the editor or author made an issue out of three from Virginia being in the top 100. I counted 18 being in New York.


6 posted on 12/01/2007 10:54:08 AM PST by Cagey (Many go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.......Thoreau)
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To: Cagey

TJ at the top - no surprise. That is a drop-dead excellent school. My younger daughter came within a hair of going there but we just couldn’t justify the 2 hour trip each way. It was a tough call. I have a friend whose son is doing the trip. Graduate from TJ and you can pretty much pick your college.


7 posted on 12/01/2007 10:57:07 AM PST by SoftballMominVA (Never wrestle with a pig; he wants to get dirty anyway.)
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To: Cagey
I don’t know why the editor or author made an issue out of three from Virginia being in the top 100. I counted 18 being in New York.

Probably because number 1 is in Virginia.

8 posted on 12/01/2007 10:57:19 AM PST by FoxInSocks
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To: Cagey
Third on the list is..."Polk County, Bartow, Florida Oxford Academy"

No such school exists. However, there is an International Baccalaureate School in Bartow, FL which ranks as third.

The list needs a html break between "California" and "International" to properly represent the school in Bartow.

My daughter is a senior there.
9 posted on 12/01/2007 10:57:26 AM PST by DocRock (All they that TAKE the sword shall perish with the sword. Matthew 26:52 Gun grabbers beware.)
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To: xsmommy

Good point and it also states that US News and World Report evaluated high schools in only 40 states.


10 posted on 12/01/2007 10:57:45 AM PST by Cagey (Many go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.......Thoreau)
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To: PeteB570

a number of states did not participate, they didn’t give their scores to the magazine. I think this may have slightly more valdity than those “best places to live” lists.


11 posted on 12/01/2007 10:57:57 AM PST by gusopol3
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To: Cagey

My HS was ranked #143. It’s in MD.


12 posted on 12/01/2007 10:58:05 AM PST by G8 Diplomat (Creatures are divided into 6 kingdoms: Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Monera, Protista, & Saudi Arabia)
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To: Cagey

Odd to me that test-to-get-in magnet high schools would be grouped with other high schools in this survey as they would have a natural advantage. But I didn’t read the survey methodology, so maybe I should...


13 posted on 12/01/2007 10:58:24 AM PST by cammie
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To: Cagey

The 6 schools are all in the immediate DC suburbs. i live in Northern VA and my kids attend private schools. i think it is a testament to the strength of the education in this area that the private schools are all extremely competitive, given the excellence of the public education here. are the 18 NY schools all in the NYC area?


14 posted on 12/01/2007 11:02:12 AM PST by xsmommy
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To: Cagey
I was just talking about this with my father last night because he attended Stuyvesant High school. He did some research of the criteria used to rank the schools. The rankings don’t take into account schools size. Some of these schools have more than 3,000 students while some have less than 500 making it more difficult for the larger schools to achieve the same percentages of a given category as the small schools. One of the “high schools” includes grades 6-12 because it is so small.
15 posted on 12/01/2007 11:03:11 AM PST by Man50D (Fair Tax, you earn it, you keep it! Duncan Hunter is a Cosponsor.)
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To: Cagey
As I said on another thread about this ...

I looked at this list and it's rather bogus. Here's an excerpt from the US News' Ranking Formula:
the second step determined whether the school's least-advantaged students (black, Hispanic, and low-income) were performing better than average for similar students in the state. We compared each school's math and reading proficiency rates for disadvantaged students with the statewide results for these disadvantaged student groups and then selected schools that were performing better than this state average.

Schools that made it through those first two steps became eligible to be judged nationally on the final step: college-readiness ...

So if you locale doesn't have any "disadvantaged" students your local school is disqualified from being "judged nationally." How absurd!

ML/NJ

16 posted on 12/01/2007 11:03:49 AM PST by ml/nj
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Third on the list is..."Polk County, Bartow, Florida Oxford Academy"

No such school exists. However, there is an International Baccalaureate School in Bartow, FL which ranks as third.

The list needs a html break between "California" and "International" to properly represent the school in Bartow.

My daughter is a senior there.

It appears several of the listing are not correct, and I've checked several of the sources of this list and they are all incorrect. You would think somebody would have spotted this earlier.

17 posted on 12/01/2007 11:04:26 AM PST by DocRock (All they that TAKE the sword shall perish with the sword. Matthew 26:52 Gun grabbers beware.)
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To: xsmommy

Sixteen are. The other two are in Western New York State.


18 posted on 12/01/2007 11:04:28 AM PST by Cagey (Many go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.......Thoreau)
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To: Cagey
(Three Schools From Virginia Make Top 100)

Is there more to that, or did you just get an inspiration to plug Virginia?

19 posted on 12/01/2007 11:06:54 AM PST by Excuse_My_Bellicosity (Oh, the huge manatee!!!)
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To: xsmommy
3 from Massachusetts

Boston Latin (exam school)
Wellesley and Weston (extremely wealthy areas outside Boston)

20 posted on 12/01/2007 11:08:42 AM PST by xtinct (I was the next door neighbor kid's imaginary friend.)
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To: ml/nj
LOL

I looked for Catalina High School in Tucson (obscure ref to recent immigration flap). It HAS to be a good school, after all, folks are entering the country illegally just to go to school there.

It is a ‘magnet’ school - they just attract the wrong kind of filings.....

21 posted on 12/01/2007 11:09:22 AM PST by ASOC
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To: Cagey

My alma mater’s on the list.

Shocking, eh?

; )


22 posted on 12/01/2007 11:09:38 AM PST by Redcloak (This post certified 100% Hillary-free. um... Never mind.)
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To: Cagey
a three-step analysis. U.S. News and World measured how each school's students performed on state tests, adjusting for student circumstances. Then it evaluated how well each school's disadvantaged students did. Lastly, they looked at whether the school was successful in providing college-level coursework.

1) performed on state tests: What about the quality of the state test?

2) how well disadvantaged students did: what about how well the best students did?

3) college-level coursework: Uh, sex-ed and feminazi ethics?

23 posted on 12/01/2007 11:10:27 AM PST by donna (We live in this fog of political correctness, where everything is perpetual deception.-John Hagee)
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To: Excuse_My_Bellicosity

I spent some time in Virginia while serving in the Army and at the time the State of VA tourism board had come up with a catchy phrase which appeared on tens of thousands of bumper stickers. “Virginia is for Lovers”. It was great marketing, but I was too preoccupied in the service to take advantage.

That said, I am not plugging Virginia at all. I just copied the headline from the source.


24 posted on 12/01/2007 11:11:40 AM PST by Cagey (Many go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.......Thoreau)
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To: donna
You don't even get to Step 3, if you cannot get by Step 2.

ML/NJ

25 posted on 12/01/2007 11:13:17 AM PST by ml/nj
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To: Cagey
made an issue out of three from Virginia

I would imagine the reason is that Virginia had the number one high school.

U.S. News & World Report says America's best high school is in Virginia, one of three to make it in the magazine's top 100.

The magazine's first-ever high school rankings give the top honor to Fairfax County's elite Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

26 posted on 12/01/2007 11:13:30 AM PST by MosesKnows
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To: Cagey

and by the looks of it; most of those are in Westchester...the most taxed to death county in New York...full of limo libs by the way.


27 posted on 12/01/2007 11:15:12 AM PST by SAMS ("I may look harmless, but I raised a U.S. MARINE!" Army Wife & Marine Mom)
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To: Cagey

High Schools are for partyin’, cars, and etc....all else is irrelevant...


28 posted on 12/01/2007 11:19:12 AM PST by dakine
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To: Cagey; Salvation
My son graduated from Lake Oswego High School in 1985. He was a National Merit winner, Senior Class President, captain of the soccer team and valedictorian. At the time, the school was ranked in the Top 50. Two other Oregon high schools were ranked in the top 100. Now the state is nowhere to be seen.

Today the entire state is swimming in debt. The lottery was supposed to raise money for education. Instead, it created a $ 250 million slush fund the governor can tap to give millions to political cronies. The kiddie rapist got about $ 5 million a year. Just goes to show what the Democrats can do to ruin education.

29 posted on 12/01/2007 11:19:27 AM PST by ex-Texan (Matthew 7: 1 - 6)
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To: xsmommy
also, they only looked at public high schools.

You're right.

I think Newsweak has been the one that has done all schools for many years. I don't remember if they do seperate lists for public and private, but I do know that my alma mater (a Catholic school) has made that list many, many times.

30 posted on 12/01/2007 11:19:39 AM PST by Gabz (Don't tell my mom I'm a lobbyist, she thinks I'm a piano player in a whorehouse)
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To: Excuse_My_Bellicosity

I thought the same thing. 20 are from California, but i wouldn’t want to live there!


31 posted on 12/01/2007 11:23:12 AM PST by dawn53
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To: cammie

This was my question too. I noticed that two schools near me are on the list, and one is a regular high school where, if you live in the district, you go there. The other is a magnet school that gets thousands of applications each year and takes 200 students in 9th grade.

How many of these schools are such that if you live in their district, you can automatically attend? How many are test-to-enter schools?


32 posted on 12/01/2007 11:25:43 AM PST by Yaelle
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To: Cagey

These are all public schools correct?


33 posted on 12/01/2007 11:26:43 AM PST by enough_idiocy (www.daypo.net/test-iraq-war.html)
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To: Cagey

Perhaps because of the large difference in population. Virginia has far fewer students.


34 posted on 12/01/2007 11:28:13 AM PST by the Real fifi
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To: ml/nj
So if you locale doesn't have any "disadvantaged" students your local school is disqualified from being "judged nationally."

And remember that if Johnny has a black grandfather or a Hispanic surname, then he will declare himself to be that minority. Because for these issues, it's "better" to be a minority, someone who has white AND black heritage will automatically call himself black.

35 posted on 12/01/2007 11:30:29 AM PST by Yaelle
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To: xsmommy

“also, they only looked at public high schools.”

Couldn’t have a private high school like Helias in Jefferson City,
Mo on the list.

As they retain the politically-incorrect team name of “The Crusaders”.


36 posted on 12/01/2007 11:31:11 AM PST by VOA
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To: Cagey

Three from Cincinnati in the top one hundred. Read all about it on page 7 of the B section of the Enquirer.


37 posted on 12/01/2007 11:39:38 AM PST by nkycincinnatikid
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To: xsmommy
Yes, total BS! Can't let people know that homeschooling and Christian schools are the best.

We analyzed 18,790 public high schools in 40 states using data from the 2005-2006 school year.

38 posted on 12/01/2007 11:40:20 AM PST by iowamark
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Yes, total BS! Can't let people know that homeschooling and Christian schools are the best.

No - it is not total BS.......there are other lists that list Christian and other private schools. Listing homeschools is not going to occur in such a manner, so aattempting to try something like that is the total BS.

This list specifically looked at public schools, so where is the BS?????

39 posted on 12/01/2007 11:44:09 AM PST by Gabz (Don't tell my mom I'm a lobbyist, she thinks I'm a piano player in a whorehouse)
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To: Cagey

Oh,oh — Missouri flunked out. Guess I’ll eat some worms!


40 posted on 12/01/2007 11:45:03 AM PST by Dionysius (Jingoism is no vice.)
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To: Gabz

Look at the headline: “100 best high schools in America”

Not “100 best Socialist Indoctrination Camps”


41 posted on 12/01/2007 11:48:23 AM PST by iowamark
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To: Cagey

Something is seriously wrong here. My kids go to Maggie L Walker Governor’s School in Richmond, VA. According to Newsweek, it is one of 21 “Elite Public High Schools” in the US, yet it doesn’t merit even a bronze award among Virginia schools according to USNWR. No way. It is a regional school set up the same way as #1 Thomas Jefferson.

Avg. SAT: Verbal 688; Math 652
AP scores: 46% 5; 94% 3 or higher
43% National Merit Awards (commended or higher)
2007 National Quiz Bowl Champions


42 posted on 12/01/2007 11:53:46 AM PST by vamoose
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To: Cagey
I'm curious, was this only a ranking of public schools? I didn't see any parochial schools or schools that may have been private schools.

FWIW, the only school I know of that teaches Latin is the private school that my nephew attended.......

43 posted on 12/01/2007 11:53:55 AM PST by Hot Tabasco (Visions of sugarplums dancing in your head are probably caused by bad drugs.....)
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To: iowamark

I saw the headline...............but I am also aware that headlines rarely convey the true gut of an article. Something I thought all Freepers were also capable of doing.


44 posted on 12/01/2007 11:59:02 AM PST by Gabz (Don't tell my mom I'm a lobbyist, she thinks I'm a piano player in a whorehouse)
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To: xsmommy

I noticed that as well. If they included all schools I’m sure they would add Bishop England High School, Charleston, SC (Class of 1970).


45 posted on 12/01/2007 11:59:49 AM PST by ops33 (Retired USAF Senior Master Sergeant)
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New Explorations Science, Tech & Math New York County, New York, New York

Well, that's depressing. I was supposed to have had a job at that school and then I got bumped through a series of mishaps. Actually, I thought that the school was a junior high school, but it might be a 6-12 school. (When they sent me over there, I was still licensed for JHS, not HS.)

They call the place the "Nest" or "Nest+M". The bottom floor of the building is actually a branch of the New York Public Library, and the school is over it. Gives the students few excuses, I think.

46 posted on 12/01/2007 12:07:34 PM PST by Tanniker Smith ("What are we doing tomorrow, Hil?" "Same thing we do every night, Bill, try to take over the world!")
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To: Gabz

You have forgive us Freepers our lack of mental acuity. Most of us are public school grads ;)


47 posted on 12/01/2007 12:10:56 PM PST by iowamark
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also, they only looked at public high schools.

Peak To Peak Charter School Boulder County, Lafayette, Colorado

Is that a typo, or is your assertion incorrect?

48 posted on 12/01/2007 12:21:12 PM PST by BOBTHENAILER (One by one, in small groups or in whole armies, we don't care how we do it, but we're gonna getcha)
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To: PeteB570

We just pay more for our schools in NC. You want us to make it into the top 100?


49 posted on 12/01/2007 12:21:50 PM PST by gitmo (From now on, ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put.)
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To: iowamark

?????????????


50 posted on 12/01/2007 12:24:22 PM PST by Gabz (Don't tell my mom I'm a lobbyist, she thinks I'm a piano player in a whorehouse)
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