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19 August 2015

Seven Georgia Schools Ranked Among America's Top High Schools by Newsweek

Newsweek today announced the results of the 2015 High School Rankings, and seven Georgia schools made the list.

"America's Top High Schools" identifies top 500 schools by measuring factors including graduation rate, college enrollment rate, SAT and ACT scores and participation, AP/IB scores and participation, full time counselors to students ratio, dropout rate, enrollment in college courses during high school and state test scores.

Savannah Arts Academy was Georgia's highest ranked school according to Newsweek, coming in at #272.

Fulton County saw three of its high schools on the list, the most of any Georgia school district. Milton, Alpharetta, and Chattahoochee high schools all made the top 500.

Other Georgia schools featured in Newsweek's rankings are Columbus High School, the DeKalb School of the Arts, and Lambert High School.