Seven St. Vrain Valley School District schools ranked among the top 32% in the country, according to a list compiled by U.S. News and World Report released Tuesday.
The rankings are based on a variety of criteria, including graduation rate, math and reading proficiency, college readiness, and how low-income, black and Latino students perform on state assessments, according to a news release.
Niwot High School, Silver Creek High School, Lyons Middle/Senior High School, Erie High School, Mead High School, Longmont High School and Skyline High School all made it onto a list of almost 17,792 schools in the nation.
They received the rank of 1,224; 1,498; 1,757; 3,475; 4,040; 4,091; and 5,589 respectively.
According to a news release from St. Vrain Valley School District, this is the first year that both Erie High School and Skyline High School have been listed.
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