Loveland High School earned the silver medal on U.S. News and World Report second annual list of America’s Best High Schools.Out of curiosity, I wonder how many of the schools on this list are run in blue areas v. red ones.
Loveland was inadvertently left out the initial announcement made in December.
America’s Best High Schools recognizes three categories of distinction: gold, silver, and bronze.
Analysis is based on: standardized test performance; proficiency rates of all students, including the least advantaged; and challenging college-ready curriculum.
The silver medal recognizes high schools meeting all three criteria. Out of the 821 high schools in Ohio, only 5 percent were awarded a silver or gold medal.
Friday, January 16, 2009
Congratulations Loveland schools
From the Enquirer....