DIAMOND BAR, CA—Diamond Bar High School has been ranked the #1 high school in California for college readiness, grad rates, and more.
The educational research group Start Class reviewed data from the some of the best high schools in the country to determine how student performance in the classroom impacts their future college applications.
The most recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics and the Civil Rights Data Collection was used to determine the top public high schools in every state.
The report released on September 21 was based on exam passing rates in math, reading and language arts over the last three years; college preparatory measures including the number of students who pass an AP exam, or take the ACT or SAT; student-teacher ratios; disciplinary actions; and graduation rates.
Diamond Bar High, with an enrollment of nearly 3,000 students, received a 9.64 rating. Learn more about the rankings at: http://public-schools.startclass.com/stories/19685/top-high-school-every-state.
“This recognition is tremendous and I am so honored to be at Diamond Bar High School serving our students, teachers, and staff,” said Principal Reuben Jones.
Diamond Bar High has also been ranked among the best public high schools in the nation in 2016 reports by Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, and the Washington Post.
By Kelli Gile, Office of Community Resources
Shown:Go Brahmas! Diamond Bar High has been named the #1 high school in California in a new report by Start Class