Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (PRWEB) June 09, 2016
Coral Springs Charter High School, a Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) operated school, was recognized this week by The Washington Post as one of America’s Most Challenging High Schools. The school was ranked #59 nationwide. Only one other school in Broward County. – the nation’s sixth largest school district – was included in the top 100.
The Washington Post evaluates schools on how widely they provide access to Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) or Advanced International Certificate of Education classes (AICE). “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” ranks schools through an index formula that’s a ratio of the number of AP, IB and AICE tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year.
“We are so proud of the high bar Coral Springs Charter School has set for students,” said CSUSA Chief Academic Officer, Sherry Hage. “Our rigorous curriculum and constant focus on excellence creates an environment where students challenge themselves to reach greater heights. Our educators tirelessly support and encourage students to accomplish and even exceed their goals and prepare for a future of greatness.”
Coral Springs Charter has maintained an “A” school grade for over six consecutive years and the average student is expected to score above the national average in mathematics, and well above the national reading average. The school had a 2015 graduation rate of 99% with more than 94% of students college-bound. More than half of students were enrolled in an AP or Cambridge classes this past year.
The complete list and information can be found here: http://apps.washingtonpost.com/local/highschoolchallenge/schools/2016/list/national/
About Charter Schools USA
CSUSA currently manages 77 schools in seven states serving nearly 65,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade. In the 2016-2017 school year, the number will expand to 84 schools with more than 75,000 students. CSUSA innovative educational advantages include advanced technology, meaningful parental involvement, student uniforms, consistent and fairly enforced discipline policies, highly qualified and motivated staff, community focus, integrated character education and high academic growth and performance.