U.S. News & World Report names these CT high schools top 3% in nation

U.S. News & World Report names these CT high schools top 3% in nation

Two Connecticut high schools were named in the top 3% of all high schools in the nation, according to the U.S. News & World Report 2024 list.

The list, which names the nation’s best high schools, was released Tuesday. It named Conard High School as No. 564 and Hall High School in West Hartford as No. 362.

The list also named the top Connecticut high schools. According to a release, the rankings for Hall and Conard have been “nearly identical over the years” for the state rankings, and this year Hall leap-frogged over Conard in the rankings, coming in at No. 6 in the state, up from No. 11 last year. Conard was again ranked No. 10 among all public high schools in Connecticut, the release said.

Nationally for 2024, Hall is ranked No. 362 while Conard is No. 564 – out of nearly 18,000 schools ranked among the 25,000 surveyed by U.S. News & World Report in the most recent analysis.

West Hartford Superintendent Paul Vicinus said in a statement on Tuesday, “This accomplishment is a testament to the incredibly dedicated teachers and staff and the excellent PK-12 programming across all of our schools. I am very proud of our students and thankful to our committed and talented teachers who strive to make a difference for every child, every day.”

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