Two Georgia high schools named among Top 100 in US Atlanta Business Chronicle

    Two Georgia high schools named among Top 100 in US Atlanta Business Chronicle

    Two Georgia high schools are listed among the Top 100 public high schools in U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 edition of Best High Schools.

    The Georgia schools are Gwinnett School of Mathematics Science and Technology (No. 27) and Columbus High School (No. 80).

    Two other Georgia public high schools almost made the Top 100 list. DeKalb School of the Arts is ranked No. 102. Savannah Arts Academy is ranked No. 104.

    The other Georgia school within the Top 200 is Davidson Magnet at No. 188.

    The publication says it reviewed 19,908 schools as part of the report, which was released early Tuesday.

    U.S. News says that at top schools:

    • Students perform better than expected in their state
    • Disadvantaged students perform better than state average
    • Student graduation rates meet or exceed national standard
    • Students are prepared for college-level work

    The Top 20 public high schools in Georgia, according to U.S.News:

    1. Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
    2. Columbus High School
    3. DeKalb School of the Arts
    4. Savannah Arts Academy
    5. Davidson Magnet School
    6. Alpharetta High School
    7. Milton High School
    8. North Gwinnett High School
    9. Chattahoochee High School
    10. Walton High School
    11. Northview High School
    12. Johns Creek High School
    13. Decatur High School
    14. Lassiter High School
    15. Roswell High School
    16. South Forsyth High School
    17. Cambridge High School
    18. Brookwood High School
    19. Pope High School
    20. North Oconee High School

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