Friday, September 3, 2010

Lexington MA High School Ranks #3 in the State!

Congratulations to Lexington High School!!

Lexington High School has been named the third best school in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine’s September issue, according to a press release.

Among the schools Lexington beat out in the top ten, in decesnding rank order, are Wellesley Senior High, Concord-Carlisle High , Bedford High, Brookline High, Wayland High, Newton North High and Newton South High.

Weston High School was ranked number one, while Dover-Sherborn High School was ranked second.

Lexinton High has an enrollment of 1,955 students with a 12.4:1 student-teacher ratio, according to Boston Magazine.

The average MCAS scores at Lexington are 97/96/94 for English, math and science, respectively.

Average SAT scores come in at 614/618/631 for reading, writing and math. The school spends $15,368 per pupil, according to the magazine.

Factors included data from the Massachusetts Department of Educaton, MCAS and SAT scores, per puil spending, student-teacher ratios, graduation rate, percentage continuing education and extracurricular activities.

Theresa D'Antuono

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