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The Harborfields Central School District is proud to announce that Harborfields High School was among the top ranked best high schools by U.S. News & World Report. The Taylor Avenue school was ranked 54th among 1,217 other New York high schools, 68th in the New York Metro area, and 517 among 17,792 schools in the National Rankings.
Schools are ranked based on students’ performances on state-required tests, graduation and college preparedness. According to the report, Harborfields’ college readiness was ranked 482 nationally and 67th in New York. The data analyzes seniors who took and passed at least one Advanced Placement or IB exam. Additionally, the school’s graduation rate, which surveys the proportion of entering ninth graders who graduated four academic years later, was ranked 1,209 nationally and 24th in New York. The school’s graduation rate currently stands at 100% – well above the state median of 83.4%.
“We are very proud of our students, faculty, administrators and the community. Harborfields is an amazing place to work, live and learn. Our vision to provide our students with a world-class education one child at a time is our driving force and this recognition is a reinforcement of the fact that we are moving in the right direction,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Francesco Ianni said. “Way to go Harborfields! We are immensely proud of your work.”