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In the midst of the current bond election there is some solid proof that we are producing some first-class students.
In the current edition of U.S. News and World Report, where they rank high schools across the nation, three New Mexico schools were honored with silver medals.
And Los Alamos High was one of those.
In the report, “America’s Best High Schools,” more than 21,000 high schools were evaluated.
They were graded on student performance and how well the schools prepare students for college.
Besides Los Alamos, Taos and La Cueva were honored.
No high schools in New Mexico earned a gold medal.
The report states that 16 New Mexico high schools received bronze medals. They include schools in Animas, Clayton, Cliff, Des Moines, Fort Sumner, Hagerman, Reserve, Roy, San Jon, Springer, Tatum, Texico and Tularosa.
The Albuquerque-area schools that were honored included Eldorado High, East Mountain Charter High and Career Enrichment Center.
This only confirms what we already knew, that we have a great high school and great school system.
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