US News & World Report released its annual list of the nation’s top high schools Tuesday and Wilmington High School failed to make the cut.
The publication’s rankings included the top 63 high schools in Massachusetts, about the top 2,000 nationally.
From the rankings:
“At Wilmington High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Wilmington High School is 21 percent. The student body makeup is 48 percent male and 52 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 8 percent.”
Massachusetts’ top 10:1. Boston Latin School
2. Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School (Marlborough)
3. Belmont High School
4. Wellesley High School
5. The Bromfield School (Harvard)
6. Mystic Valley Regional Charter School (Malden)
7. Dover-Sherborn Regional High School
8. Medfield High School
9. O’Bryant School Math/Science (Roxbury)
10. Sharon High School
US News & World Report’s complete Massachusetts’ rankings >>
What is your take on the results? Are you disappointed that Wilmington didn't make the list? What do you think the school can do differently to make the cut in the future? Let us know in the comments section below.