By Tara Cavanaugh
Huron High School, Pioneer High School, Skyline High School and Community High School are listed on Newsweek’s annual “Best High Schools” list this year.
All four are in the top 2,000: Huron was ranked 891, Pioneer was ranked 955, Skyline was ranked 1019, and Community was ranked 633. The high schools join 78 others from Michigan on the list.
Newsweek determines its rankings by analyzing on-time (four-year) graduation rates, percentage of 2011 graduates who were accepted to college, AP tests per student, average SAT and/or ACT scores, average AP exam scores, and percentage of students enrolled in at least one AP course.
More on the AAPS News:
The AAPS News welcomes thoughtful comments,
questions and feedback.
All comments will be screened and moderated.
In order for your comment to be approved:
- + You must use your full name
- + You must not use profane or offensive language
- + Your comment must be on topic and relevant to the story
Please note: any comment that appears to be spam or attacks an individual will not be approved.