Unionville High again scores high

A national survey released this week ranked Unionville High School as the 49th best school in the country and the second best in the state.

“The Newsweek ranking is an honor that we share with our students, our community, and our colleagues throughout the entire district. Each member of our Unionville High School family works tirelessly to challenge our students, to connect with them, and to care for them.  This ranking is a true reflection of the world-class education that every member of the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District strives to provide to all of the children in our community,” said UHS Principal Jimmy Conley.

For the second year in a row, Conestoga High— in the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District — led the state rankings with a national rating of No. 36. The only other Pennsylvania school in the top 50 was Downingtown’s STEM Academy.

The Newsweek rankings assess schools based on a broad range of data to determine which institutions do the best job of preparing students for college, its website said.

In the U.S. World & News Report survey published earlier this year, Unionville High School was ranked No. 530 nationally and eighth in the state. A 2016 state ranking by niche.com, an online ranking service, showed two Chester County schools in the top 10: Conestoga at No. 1 and Unionville at No. 5.

For more information on the Newsweek survey, visit http://www.newsweek.com/high-schools/americas-top-high-schools-2016.

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