US News and World Report released their top national and state education rankings and 3 Naperville high schools made the cut. Here’s who’s on the list:
- Neuqua Valley
- Naperville Central
- Naperville North
Neuqua made the list as the 30th best Illinois high school and #683 on the national rankings. With nearly 4,100 students and 249 teachers, the ratio of students to educators is about 16:1. The college readiness score was “41.9”, which puts it above the Illinois average.
Central wound up #38 in Illinois and #828 nationally. With about 2,900 students and 179 teachers, the student/teacher ratio is also about 16:1. The college readiness score was “38.5” and above the Illinois average.
North landed #44 on the state’s list and #1025 nationally. The student/teacher ratio is a tick higher than the others at 17:1, with about 3,140 students and 182 teachers. College readiness is also above the state’s average with a score of “34.5.”
Waubonsie & Metea
Although Waubonsie and Metea high schools were not on the list, it’s commonly known that these high schools are also fine institutions.
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