Triangle Schools land on national list of most accomplished

Posted on 05/29/12 No Comments

It tends to happen every year but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t brag a little about it. Four area high schools once again landed on Newsweek’s list of the nation’s 100 best high schools.

The North Carolina School of Science and Math, the first public boarding school in the nation and now model for 17 other like schools across the country, made the list at #29. Raleigh Charter was next at #34. Woods Charter was #73 and East Chapel Hill rounded out the Triangle’s presence in the top 100 at #88.

These are great accomplishments and four more reasons, among the many other terrific schools in the area, for people who want to call our area home. The quality of education and jobs are the two most prominent reasons people relocate, and we have them both in spades here in Wake, Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties. (The counties that make up the Triangle.)

According to an article on the report published by The News & Observer, a number of other regional high schools were in the magazine’s top 1,000. Those schools are Chapel Hill High, Green Hope, Carrboro, Panther Creek, Enloe, Broughton and Apex.

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