FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOLS

FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOLS A state-by-state breakdown of the 2018 Best High Schools by U.S. News finds Florida ranked as the #4 best state in the nation. These gold and silver medal awards reflect which schools are most successfully preparing students for college, based on students participating in and achieving passing scores on Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests. Massachusetts was ranked as #1, with 25.7 percent of their eligible schools earning gold and silver medals. California came in second with 25.4 percent. Maryland, the winner for the previous three years, finished third with 24.1 percent, and Florida came in fourth with 23.4 percent. To learn more, visit https://tinyurl.com/lsfucyk.A state-by-state breakdown of the 2018 Best High Schools by U.S. News finds Florida ranked as the #4 best state in the nation. These gold and silver medal awards reflect which schools are most successfully preparing students for college, based on students participating in and achieving passing scores on Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests. Massachusetts was ranked as #1, with 25.7 percent of their eligible schools earning gold and silver medals. California came in second with 25.4 percent. Maryland, the winner for the previous three years, finished third with 24.1 percent, and Florida came in fourth with 23.4 percent. To learn more, visit https://tinyurl.com/lsfucyk.

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