California Charters Among America's Best High Schools - Newsweek
May 15, 2013America's Best High Schools and many California charter schools meet the mark.
In developing America's Best High Schools list, Newsweek considered the following factors: graduation rate, college acceptance rate, AP/IB/AICE tests per student plus the percentage of students enrolled in at least one, average SAT and ACT scores. In all, 37 California charter schools made Newsweek's list of the nation's top 2000 schools, including top scorers:
America's Best High Schools
11-American Indian Public Schools, Oakland, CA
101-Pacific Collegiate, Santa Cruz, CA
113-Orange County School of the Arts, Santa Ana, CA
154-The Preuss School, La Jolla, CA
241-University Preparatory, Redding, CA
Newsweek also identified just 25 schools throughout the nation that it calls game changers. Ten California Charter schools were called out for doing especially well based on the number of students that fall below federal poverty lines:
1-The Preuss School, La Jolla, CA
2-American Indian Public Schools, Oakland, CA
4-Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High School, Los Angeles, CA
6-Alliance-Gertz-Ressler High School, Los Angeles, CA
10-Alliance Huntington Park High School, Los Angeles, CA
11-Animo Oscar de la Hoya Charter High School, Los Angeles, CA
13-Animo Leadership Charter High School, Inglewood, CA
18-Animo Pat Brown Charter High School, Los Angeles, CA
21-Animo Jackie Robinson Charter High School, Los Angeles, CA
23-Alliance Marc & Eva Stern Charter High School, Los Angeles, CA
Top 25 in the West
The top schools were also considered on a regional basis. Congratulations to charters that were on the best in the West list.
3-American Indian Public Schools, Oakland, CA
22-Pacific Collegiate, Santa Cruz, CA
"In California, charter schools are known for innovation that spurs student achievement among all students," said Jed Wallace, CCSA's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Having forty percent of the nation's game changers shows that California charter schools are making a monumental difference, especially with those most in need. Congratulations to the charter schools recognized for providing quality education that prepares children for success in college."
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