U.S. News and World Report recently released their complete 2019 high school rankings.
According to the report, “there are 17 North Carolina schools that earned gold medals, 33 with silver medals and 102 with bronze medals.”
North Carolina’s top spots went to Greensboro’s Early College at Guilford (#1 in the state and #37 in the nation) and Raleigh Charter High School (#2 in the state and #111 in the nation).
The highest ranking school in the Charlotte area is Waxhaw’s Marvin Ridge High ranking #8 within North Carolina (up from #14 last year), and #368 in the National Rankings, with a College Readiness Score of 63.9 out of 100.
Lake Norman Charter ranked #9 in our state (down from #7 last year) and #407 in the nation, followed by Providence High in Charlotte at #10, and Ardrey Kell High in Charlotte at #12, Cato Middle College High in Charlotte at #14, and Weddington High at #15.
Click here to see the complete rankings of all North Carolina High Schools.