Aug 31, 2016 2:28 PM
Three high schools in New Hampshire just made a very impressive list for 2016.
According to the America's Top High Schools for 2016 list in Newsweek, three NH schools met high credentials based on graduation rates college readiness, and more.
Out of the 500 schools that made the top list, The Academy of Science and Design of Nashua, Hollis/Brookline of Hollis, and Coe-Brown Academy of Northwood all placed.
The highest ranked Granite State school was The Academy of Science and Design at 44. The school ranked 100 percent in both graduation and college bound rates.
Hollis/Brookline ranked next at 301 and then Coe-Brown Academy at 361.
Well done, NH!
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