See Where Hartford CC Schools Rank in U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report has just released their 2019 Best High Schools Rankings. The rankings of the schools closest to Hartford CC are:

High SchoolCT RankNat RankGrad RateReadinessEnrollment
Achievement First Hartford Academy Inc.#3#28590%75152
Connecticut IB Academy#5#321100%80.9197
Hall High School#11#52198%62.11,447
Conard High School#13#54595%64.71,456
University High School of Science and Engineering#44#2,20896%26.9431
Sports and Medical Sciences Academy#69#3,37792%33.7444
Wethersfield High School#103#5,48893%26.11,152
East Hartford High School#122#7,42494%25.11,629
Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts#124#7,68992%25.5469
Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy#126#8,24887%15.4449
Pathways Academy of Technology and Design#135#9,11886%13.8421
Classical Magnet School#140#9,77890%N/A360
Capital Community College Magnet Academy#153#11,27397%N/A57
A. I. Prince Technical High School#164-206#12,935-17,245schooldat

View the complete ranking of high schools in Connecticut here. View the complete ranking of high schools in the United States here.

U.S. News ranked 17,245 public high schools, out of a review of more than 23,000 in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. According to U.S. News, the number of ranked schools is up from more than 2,700 last year. The new rankings, developed in conjunction with nonprofit research firm RTI International, are based on a revamped methodology that weighs six indicators of school quality for the 2016-2017 school year. View the methodology here.

The top five high schools in Connecticut

  1. Darien High School
  2. Weston High School
  3. Achievement First Hartford Academy
  4. Ridgefield High School
  5. Connecticut IB Academy

The highest-ranked schools are those whose students excelled on state tests and performed beyond expectations; participated in and passed a variety of college-level exams; and graduated in high proportions, according to U.S. News.

U.S. News also assigned a separate STEM ranking for 250 high schools whose students excelled on AP science and math tests. To be eligible, schools had to appear in the top 1,000 of the overall national ranking, according to the article.

Read the article in its entirety here.


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