BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Numbers are subjective and rankings are only meaningful if you believe in the methodology used — but if you are a believer, Boca Raton and Spanish River High Schools are among the best in the country. West Boca and Olympic Heights have a little work to do.
From the Palm Beach School District:
Once again a number of our high schools are near the top of National and State rankings. U.S. News, “Best High Schools” and Washington Post, “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” have a number of our schools in their prestigious rankings.
U.S. News “Best High Schools”
Two of our schools were ranked “Top Ten High Schools in Florida” and awarded a gold medal and two schools were ranked in the “Top 100 High Schools Nationally.”
Dreyfoos SOA State Ranking: #5 National Ranking: #46
Suncoast HS State Ranking: #8 National Ranking: #72
Boca Raton HS State Ranking: #33 National Ranking: #603
US News reviewed over 31,000 U.S. public high schools. To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.
Washington Post – “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”
Five of our schools were ranked in the “Top 100 High Schools in Florida” and three were ranked in the “Top 100 High Schools Nationally.”
Suncoast HS State Ranking: #2 National Ranking: #8
Boca Raton HS State Ranking: #7 National Ranking: #22
Dreyfoos SOA State Ranking: #13 National Ranking: #71
Spanish River HS State Ranking: #65 National Ranking: #370
Wellington HS State Ranking: #93 National Ranking: #567
Park Vista HS State Ranking: #100 National Ranking: # 641
Additional rankings out of 1900+ high schools
Jupiter HS State Ranking: #130 National Ranking: #914
Olympic Heights State Ranking: #144 National Ranking: #1079
West Boca HS State Ranking: #204 National Ranking: #1779
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