Nov 05, 2014 Leticia Fehling Aldine Area, Aldine HS, Aldine Middle, Carver HS, District, Eisenhower Area, Eisenhower HS, MacArthur Area, MacArthur HS, Nimitz Area, Nimitz HS, School News, Victory Early College HS 0
Victory Early College High School and MacArthur High School ranked in the Top 100 of Best High Schools in the Houston area. Niche recently posted the 2015 rankings.
The research site Niche.com ranked the top public and private schools in the Houston area. The education website awards grades to K-12 schools and colleges across the nation.
Victory Early College High School received an overall grade of “A” and ranked 27th in Houston for Best Public High Schools. MacArthur High School ranked 74th with an overall grade of “B+”. This is the second time that Victory Early College made the grade with Niche.com. Victory Early College High School received an “A” to make the list of the top schools in the Houston area in spring of 2014.
Victory Early College High School also recently made Newsweek‘s ranking of the top 500 schools in the U.S. The campuses are raking in recognition. The campuses have also earned recognition in U.S. News & World Report‘s high school rankings.
The Academics grade issued by Niche is the most important factor in the ranking, with a 50 percent weight. Other factors also play in a school’s ranking. These include health and safety, student culture and diversity, survey responses and teachers grades.
Aldine High School: B
Carver High School: B+
Eisenhower High School: B-
MacArthur High School: B+
Nimitz High School: B-
Victory Early College High School: A
Each school on Niche’s list has a profile. This includes in-depth data containing reviews, test scores, grades, polls and educational outcomes.
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