The Center for Educational Partnerships at the Graduate School of Education and The Brooklyn Latin School (a GSE Partnership Support Organization/Children First Network School) are pleased to announce that the School topped U.S. News & World Report’s high school rankings, released April 16th.
U.S. News reviewed state assessment stats from public high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. The schools across the country that passed the screening were ranked on how well they prepare kids for college, as measured by Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate tests.
The Brooklyn Latin School, which serves students in grades 9-12, ranked No. 21 nationally out of roughly 21,000 public high schools, and No. 1 in the state. 100% of its graduates go to college, and 30 extracurricular activities, from mock trial and cross-country to wrestling and cheerleading, are offered.
Click here to read more in the NY Daily News.
Congratulations to the students of The Brooklyn Latin School and GSE’s Center for Educational Partnerships for their work in helping our PSO school achieve excellence!