This week, U.S. News & World Report recognized Alliance high schools as among the best in the nation in the publication’s annual ranking of Best U.S. High Schools. Nearly 18,000 high schools across the country were ranked based on factors including students’ college readiness, state assessment proficiency, as well as the academic progress of historically underserved students, college curriculum availability, and graduation rate. Five Alliance high schools placed in the top 5% of high schools nationally. Locally, 4 Alliance schools were named among the top 100 high schools in California out of 2,613, and 4 were named among the top 50 high schools in Los Angeles.
A special congratulations to our Alliance high schools named in the top 5% in the nation for their remarkable success this past school year:
- Alliance Ted K. Tajima High School
- Alliance Marc & Eva Stern Math and Science School
- Alliance Gertz-Ressler / Richard Merkin 6-12 Complex
- Alliance Judy Ivie Burton Technology Academy High School
- Alliance Patti & Peter Neuwirth Leadership Academy
Thank you—our community of supporters—for your invaluable contributions to Alliance’s ongoing commitment to transforming public education. With you by our side, our college-ready promise to thousands of Alliance scholars is being fulfilled, one exceptional story at a time.