Pioneer, Huron and Saline High School in Top 6% of Country

Newsweek Magazine has announced that Pioneer High School, Huron High School and Saline High School are ranked in the Top 6% of the Nation for Public High Schools.

Public schools are ranked according to a ratio formula devised by Jay Mathews.

The number of Advanced Placement, Intl. Baccalaureate and/or Cambridge tests taken by all students at a school in 2008 divided by the number of graduating seniors. All of the schools on the list have an index of at least 1.000; they are in the top 6 percent of public schools measured this way.

E&E means Excellence and Equity

Sub.Lunch is the amount of students receiving federally funded lunches. (Not sure why THAT matters)

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Thirty nine high schools in Michigan are in the Top 6%.  Read the entire report here on Newsweek.

Saline High School

Pioneer High School

Huron High School

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