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U.S. News & World Report just rated over 20,000 secondary schools and Westchester came out at the top of the class.
Rankings giant U.S. News and World Report just released their 2018 list of the top high schools in the country — totaling more than 20,500, nearly 1,300 of which are located in New York. Two Westchester County high schools broke the national top 100, with nearly two-dozen making the state rankings.
Edgemont Junior-Senior High School in Greenburgh ranked 14th-best in New York, and 87th in the nation. (That’s the upper 96th percentile, for you standardized score fans.) It’s also the highest-ranked New York school outside of the Five Boroughs.
Bronxville High School came in just behind at 15th in the state and 90th overall.
Also breaking the New York Top 100 were:
Rye High School – 20th in the state and 114th nationally
Blind Brook High School (Rye Brook) – 22nd in the state and 159th nationally
Horace Greeley High School (Chappaqua) – 25th in the state and 177th nationally
Dobbs Ferry High School – 28th in the state and 182nd nationally
Harrison High School – 30th in the state and 197th nationally
Byram Hills High School (Armonk) – 32nd in the state and 201st nationally
Pleasantville High School – 34th in the state and 228th nationally
Briarcliff High School – 36th in the state and 248th nationally
North Salem Middle School/High School – 41st in the state and 283rd nationally
John Jay High School (Cross River) – 43rd in the state and 298th nationally
Croton-Harmon High School – 44th in the state and 301st nationally
Fox Lane High School (Bedford) – 50nd in the state and 365th nationally
Mamaroneck High School – 52th in the state and 385th nationally
Ardsley High School – 61st in the state and 365th nationally
Yorktown High School – 76th in the state and 725th nationally
Lakeland High School (Shrub Oak) – 77th in the state and 735th nationally
Hendrick Hudson High School (Cortlandt) – 84th in the state and 839th nationally
Eastchester Senior High School – 87th in the state and 885th nationally
Sleepy Hollow High School – 88th in the state and 890th nationally
Somers Senior High School – 93rd in the state and 908th nationally
Scarsdale Senior High School – 100h in the state and 994th nationally
Five more Westchester schools broke the New York top 300, just for good measure.
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