New Study Ranks Conejo Valley High Schools, Districts

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Niche.com has just released its ranking of schools throughout the country. The site ranks more than 100,000 public and private institutions and districts by state, based on dozens of statistics plus student/parent opinion.

“We go to great lengths to ensure that our rankings represent a comprehensive assessment of each school or district. Each Survey Score used in each ranking represents a composite score of several different survey questions pertaining to that topic. Of the dozens of statistical factors that go into each ranking, no one factor accounts for a majority of the overall weight. For example, in our Best Public High Schools ranking, no single factor accounts for more than 15 percent of the overall ranking.* Our outcome data doesn’t just look at college matriculation. It looks at the quality of those colleges.”

Here’s how our school districts were ranked in the state:

Here’s how our local public high schools fared. To find out how each school was rated, click on the links:

What do you think of the findings? If you’d like to give your input, you can take the site’s surveys on either your own or your child’s school by clicking here: https://colleges.niche.com/parentsurvey/

 


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