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Newsweek Ranks Madison High School Among America's Top 500

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MADISON, NJ -  Thursday morning Newsweek released their annual America's Top 500 Public High Schools list and Madison High School ranked nationally at 115.

A significant achievement this year given in 2014 and 2015, Madison High School did not make Newsweek's top 500 list at all. 

Among a field of 6,477 eligible Public schools in the US (those meeting Newsweek's criteria for 2016), 51 New Jersey High Schools were listed in the top 500. 

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According to Newsweek, "The Newsweek High School Rankings assess schools based on a broad range of data to determine which institutions do the best job of preparing students for college."

To see the full list as well as the methodology used visit:  http://www.newsweek.com/high-schools/americas-top-high-schools-2016

 

 

 

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