The education website Niche.com awards grades to K-12 schools and colleges across the nation. Carver High School and Victory Early College High School made the list of the top schools in the area that received the highest honors: An “A+.” “A,” or “A-.”
Niche’s grading system uses a number of factors, such as student and parent reviews, polls, graduation statistics and student-teacher ratio.
Carver High, which earned an “A-,” is a magnet school focusing on engineering, applied technology and the arts.
Victory Early College High School earned an “A.” The campus provides students with the opportunity to pursue a high school diploma and an Associate’s of Arts Degree or two years of college credit toward a Baccalaureate Degree.
Both campuses have also received national recognition. Each made the list of best high schools in the nation in U.S. News & World Report‘s rankings. Victory Early College High School earned a Gold Award and Carver High obtained a Silver Award in the 2013 rankings.
Below are a few images from the campuses.
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