Thursday, April 28, 2016

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Summit Schools in Top 10% in Nation

Summit Public Schools has once again been named among America’s Best High Schools by U.S. News & World Report! Achieving Gold Awards, our Redwood City schools, Summit Prep and Everest, both ranked in the top 21 high schools in California and top 10 percent of all high schools nationwide.

Our high schools in San Jose, Summit Rainier and Summit Tahoma, also received accolades. Both achieved Bronze Awards for their high performance in state exams. Read more about our schools' U.S. News & World Report rankings here.

In addition, all four schools made it on to Washington Post’s list of Most Challenging Schools in America for promoting rigor and college & career readiness for all of our students. 
We are all incredibly proud of our students, families, and faculty! 
“This honor reflects the hard work of our teachers, staff, and students. At Summit, we have an unrelenting belief that every student can achieve his or her goals in college, career and life and this core principle is evident in each and every one of our schools. I’m extremely proud of our team.”  
Diane Tavenner, CEO of Summit Public School

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