ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA – DECEMBER 3, 2007 – U.S. News & World Report just released their “Best High Schools Search 2008” report and John A. Rowland High School was featured as a “Silver Medal School.” U.S. News & Report, in collaboration with School Evaluation Services, a K-12 education and data research and analysis business that provides parents with education data on schoolmatters.com— analyzed academic and enrollment data from more than 18,000 public high schools to find the very best across the country. These top schools were placed into gold, silver, or bronze medal categories based on a College Readiness Index by the College Board. There were 116 Gold and Silver Medal schools in California and 505 schools across the nation featured.
“It is an honor to be named one of the top schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report,” said Principal Robbie Robinson. “This validates the outstanding work of our students and staff and reinforces our commitment to excellence in education."
Rowland High School is a National Blue Ribbon School, a California Distinguished School and is proud to offer students the International Baccalaureate and Career Pathways Certificate programs. Earning accolades for its academic, athletic, performing arts, and other enrichment programs, Principal Robinson says, “I am proud of our rich programs and a multicultural student body that exemplifies a community of caring.”
For more information on John A. Rowland High School, call (626)965-3448.
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