Paso Robles News|Tuesday, May 26, 2020
You are here: Home » Top Stories » Paso Robles High School ranks in top 20-percent of state schools
  • Follow Us!

Paso Robles High School ranks in top 20-percent of state schools 

Paso Robles High School ranking

Paso Robles High School’s ranking by US News and World Report.

Paso Robles High School ranked 482 of 2,494 high schools in California, placing it in the top 20-percent, according to a recent report by US News and World Report. The school’s overall performance was rated at 80.1 percent.

Paso Robles High School was ranked 3,280 in the National Rankings of more than 20,300 public high schools. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.

Paso Robles High School’s 96-percent graduation rate contributed to the ranking. The school’s students ranked 80.6-percentile on college-level exams. Some 38-percent of students took at least one AP Exam and 29-percent passed at least one AP Exam.

Templeton High School earned a similar status at 474 in the state, with an overall performance of 81.3 percent.

Share this post!
Share on Facebook


Tweet about this on Twitter



About the author: Publisher Scott Brennan

Scott Brennan is the publisher of this newspaper and founder of Access Publishing. Follow him on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, or follow his blog.