U.S. News & World Report Ranks Cazenovia High School Among Best High Schools
The school attained a score of 94.92, which placed them 3rd within Syracuse, NY metro area high schools and 98th in of all schools in New York. In addition, CHS ranked 899th in the nation, out of more than 17,600 schools that were evaluated at the national, state and local level. The overall success that earned Cazenovia this distinction can be found at www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/new-york/districts/cazenovia-central-school-district/cazenovia-high-school-13583.
While acknowledging the award, District Superintendent Chris DiFulvio expressed appreciation to the staff that work hard every day to make Cazenovia High School a great school, adding, “Thank you to our staff for leading our district to success, and thank you to Molly Hagan and Chris Bubble for their leadership in our building. I'm proud and honored to be here.”
The methodology/criteria for this ranking focuses on six indicators of school quality: college readiness; breadth of curriculum; scores on state proficiency tests; performance in reading, math, and science; underserved student performance; and graduation rates.
“Having access to a strong high school program is paramount for students as they face an ever-changing world,” says Liana Loewus, managing editor of education at U.S. News. “Making data on our high schools available helps parents ensure their child is in the educational environment that best sets them up to thrive.”