Geneva Community High School places among the top 5% of public high schools in the nation, according to rankings released this week by U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of education news and information.
Geneva is one of only 131 high schools from Illinois to be nationally ranked by the publication.
“We are thankful for this recognition, as it reflects on the excellent work of our staff, the hard work of our students, and the strong support of our parents and community,” said Superintendent Dr. Kent Mutchler.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 edition of Best High Schools ranks the nation’s 4,707 highest-scoring schools across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Geneva High School ranks 1,565 out of 31,242 public high schools considered nationally and 63 out of a total of 708 public high schools considered in Illinois.
The methodology used to rank the schools reflects how well high schools serve all of their students, not just those who are planning to go to college.
To see Geneva High School’s profile, which includes school-specific data on location, enrollment, ethnicity, school type and results of state assessment proficiency tests and Advanced Placement® and International Baccalaureate tests, visit http://bit.ly/1gRLSPl