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Here’s how Staten Island’s public high schools rank, according to U.S. News & World Report

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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. —The U.S. News and World Report released its ranking of the top high schools across the United States in 2024 —and that includes state, city and local rankings.

The rankings evaluate nearly 18,000 eligible public high schools at the national, state and local levels. Along with national rankings, U.S. News published a state-by-state ranking of the best high schools, including in New York state.

According to U.S. News, the highest-ranked schools in the country are those where: students excelled on state tests, performing beyond expectations; participated in and passed a variety of college-level exams, and graduated in high proportions.

Here’s a look at how Staten Island’s public high schools ranked from highest to lowest, according to U.S. News.

Note: This ranking does not include charter schools. Some high schools on the borough were ranked within a range in the state or nation in this U.S. News & World report.

1 – Staten Island Technical High School, New Dorp

New York state ranking: 5

National ranking: 50

Graduation rate: 100%

2 – CSI High School for International Studies, New Springville

New York state ranking: 112

National ranking: 1,126

Graduation rate: 98%

3 – New Dorp High School, New Dorp

New York state ranking: 450

National ranking: 5,362

Graduation rate: 88%

4 – Michael J. Petrides High School, Sunnyside

New York state ranking: 579

National ranking: 7,105

Graduation rate: 95%

5 – Susan E. Wagner High School, Sea View

New York state ranking: 613

National ranking: 7,583

Graduation rate: 91%

6 – Gaynor McCown Expeditionary Learning School, New Springville

New York state ranking: 635

National ranking: 7,848

Graduation rate: 98%

7 – Tottenville High School, Huguenot

New York state ranking: 693

National ranking: 8,677

Graduation rate: 96%

8 – Curtis High School, St. George

New York state ranking: 797

National ranking: 10,337

Graduation rate: 82%

9 (tie) – Concord High School, Concord

New York state ranking: 957-1,210

National ranking: 13,242-17,655

Graduation rate: 25%

9 (tie) – Eagle Academy for Young Men of Staten Island, Stapleton

New York state ranking: 957-1,210

National ranking: 13,242-17,665

Graduation rate: 74%

9 (tie) – Port Richmond High School, Port Richmond

New York state ranking: 957-1,210

National ranking: 13,242-17,655

Graduation rate: 85%

9 (tie) – Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical High School, St. George

New York state ranking: 957-1,210

National ranking: 13,242-17,655

Graduation rate: 78%

View the national rankings of high schools at www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/national-rankings.

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