12 Florida public high schools made US News & World Report’s top 100, 3 in top 50

Be true to your faculty. The annual U.S. News & World Report survey of the best high schools in the country is out.

How did Florida fare? Three of the 647 public high schools in the Sunshine State positioned in the top 50 nationwide, and 12 had been in the top 100.

Here are the top 12 public high schools in Florida, based mostly on an evaluation of standardized take a look at scores to search out the schools with the best charges of scholars who scored above expectations in math, science and studying state assessments, handed Advanced Placement and International (*50*) exams, and graduated in 4 years.

The rankings additionally assessed how profitable schools had been at educating all college students, together with these from low-income backgrounds, based mostly on state evaluation requirements.

(*12*) Robert Morse and Eric Brooks of U.S. News mentioned in the FAQ section.

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No. 1 in Florida: Pine View School, Sarasota County

Pine View School in Osprey had an total rating of 99 out of 100, with 100% commencement price and 100% of the scholars passing a minimum of one AP examination, scoring 100% in math, studying and science proficiency. The student-teacher ratio is 16:1.

Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy in Tamarac has a student-teacher ratio of 20:1 and a 100% participation price for AP testing. “The total minority enrollment is 90%,” U.S. News mentioned, “and 61% of students are economically disadvantaged.”

Melbourne is house to Westshore, which had 100% AP participation price. Student-teacher ratio is eighteen:1.

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Archimedean in Miami has 100% AP participation. Total minority enrollment is 91% and 3% of scholars are economically deprived, U.S. News reported.

  • #51 in National Rankings

  • #4 in Florida High Schools

  • #11 in Charter High Schools

  • #379 in STEM High Schools

  • Overall rating: 99.71/100

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  • #61 in National Rankings

  • #7 in Florida High Schools

  • #17 in Magnet High Schools

  • #469 in STEM High Schools

  • Overall rating: 99.66/100

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This article initially appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: (*3*)

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