One Rockland County high school made the latest top 100 statewide ranking of schools published by U.S. News & World Report and three others were also ranked high statewide.
U.S. News' rankings emphasize student outcomes, using information on graduation rates and state assessments for more than 20,500 schools nationally.
- Pearl River High School was ranked 68th in New York state and 642nd nationwide.
- Nanuet was ranked No. 135 statewide and 1,485th nationwide.
- Clarkstown South was No. 143 statewide and 1,538th nationwide
- North Rockland ranked No. 226 statewide
More details about Pearl River and the other "Best High Schools" can be found by clicking here.
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