Happy Tuesday to our fellow 7EDU readers and welcome back to our daily blog!
As we have written several articles on the SAT and the ACT test examinations recently, we thought it would be a good read for today to discuss early preparation.
If you are a student with the objective of attending one of the prestigious Ivy League schools or a top competitive university, it is highly encouraged that you prepare and develop the right skills and experiences early on in the game.
If you have not yet read our blog yesterday, go ahead and give it a read to learn about the extracurriculars that Ivy League schools love to see on applications!
With that said, how rapidly and ahead of time should you be looking at?
As early as you want! But for the sake of today's blog post, we will be looking at early planning in high school.
More specifically, let us take a look and think about what kind of school you should be attending as a high school student. As there are thousands upon thousands of options of academic schools to choose from, we will focus on the 10 top Bay Area high schools.
Silicon Valley, home to some of the greatest geniuses and most innovative technology, is a wonderful area for families to reside in. The community is nestled in the Bay Area, with immense opportunities for parents and students alike.
Finding the right academic environment for your children can be a complicated task when there are so many various factors parents must consider when enrolling their child. But fear not, today's 7EDU article will educate and guide families on Bay Area's renowned high schools.
What type of high school courses should you be taking in high school? What are colleges looking for in terms of your high school AP and Honors coursework? Read our previous blog here.
While on the search for suitable high schools that you can attend as a student, this blog post will provide further insight on several aspects one should look for when deciding on what high school they should enroll in.
Keep on reading for the detailed information on the top 10 San Francisco-Bay Area high schools!
With 1,896 students from grades nine-twelve, Henry M. Gunn High School is a part of the Palo Alto Unified School District.
The school has a 16:1 student-teacher ratio. According to their state test scores, seventy-two percent of students are at least qualified and proficient in math and eighty-two percent in reading.
The average SAT score for students that attend this top Bay Area high school is 1410, based on 541 responses collected. As for the ACT examination, the average student score is 32 (based on 336 responses).
Advanced-placement enrollment for Henry M. Gunn High School is at forty-two percent and as reported by a polling survey, ninety-one percent of students and parents believe that students at Henry M. Gunn High School are competitive (according to forty-five respondents).
Located in Palo Alto, Palo Alto High School is the third-rank for top Bay Area high schools with 1,992 students enrolled.
The school has a student-teacher ratio 16:1 and according to their state test scores, Palo Alto High School has seventy-two percent of their students who are at least proficient in math and eighty-seven percent in reading.
Palo Alto High School is a part of the Palo Alto Unified School District and advanced-placement course enrollment is at forty percent.
High school students that attend Palo Alto High School have a median SAT exam score of 1370 and a median ACT test score of 31 - according to 670 responses for the SAT and 319 responses for the ACT.
Located in San Jose, Lynbrook High School has 1,747 students and a student-teacher ratio of 24:1. The school belongs to the Fremont Union High School District.
Ninety-one percent of students are at least proficient in math and ninety-three percent for reading. Average SAT scores at 1440 and ACT at 32 - results are based on 658 responses for the SAT exam and 304 for the ACT exam.
Do you know the difference between the SAT Essay and the ACT Writing? Find out in our previous blog here.
Students that are actively enrolled in advance-placement courses are at forty-six percent.
Burlingame High School is located in the city of Burlingame. The high school belongs to the San Mateo Union High School District.
The high school enrolls 2,648 students with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1.
With their state test results, sixty-two percent of students are at least proficient in math and eighty-eight percent in reading.
The median SAT examination results for students at Burlingame High School is at 1300 and for the ACT college entrance exam, 29. These numbers are taken from 321 respondents for the SAT and 159 for the ACT.
Is it valuable to take the SAT Essay or the ACT Writing? Learn about whether you should be studying for themhere.
Forty-four percent of Burlingame students enroll in advance-placement courses.
Last but not least of the Bay Area's top 10 high schools is Redwood High School, located in Larkspur, CA.
There are 1,809 Redwood students and an 18:1 student-teacher ratio. Sixty-six percent of students are at least proficient in math and eighty-one percent in reading, based off of Redwood High School's state test results.
The school belongs to the Tamalpais Union High School District.
Students taking the SAT examination score, on average, a 1300 and a 29 for the ACT test. These statistics are taken from 358 responses for the SAT test and 233 for the ACT.
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