Locust Valley High School Makes Significant Jump in
Ranking of Top High Schools Nationwide
Locust Valley High School has once again earned national distinction by being ranked in the top .5 percent of high schools in our nation by Newsweek! Locust Valley High School ranks number 6 in Nassau County and has moved up in the national rankings by 75 spots from last year, a significant improvement, with only 134 high schools nationwide faring better. The Newsweek ranking includes the top 1,622 U.S. high schools, ranked from the 27,000 schools across the nation.
In the past three years, Locust Valley High School has jumped almost 100 spots, and since 2006 has gone from the top 3.4 percent to the top .5 percent.
“I am very proud that our district is being recognized nationally for our achievements,” stated Locust Valley Superintendent of Schools Dr. Anna F. Hunderfund. “It is a testament to our rigorous academic program, the hard work of our impressive student body, the dedication of our outstanding faculty, and the exceptional support which continues to be provided by our parents, community and our Board of Education.”
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