Crescent High School Earns U.S. News Best High School Distinction! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŽ‰

Crescent High School achieved status as a 2023-2024 U.S. News Best High School by ranking nationally in the top 40% of High Schools! This status is calculated by accessing the number of high school's Advanced Placement courses offered and passed, the graduation rate, and the school's overall success. This is the first time Crescent has received this distinction!

Here is Crescent's updated U.S. News profile page, with details about its rankings:

By earning a national ranking in the top 40%, Crescent High School achieved status as a U.S. News Best High School and gained eligibility to display a U.S. News-trademarked 2023-2024 Best High Schools award "badge." Crescent ranks in the top 37% of High schools nationwide. 

About 2023-2024 Best High Schools

  • The 2023-2024 edition of Best High Schools includes a numerical ranking of nearly all public high schools nationwide – almost 18,000 of them – based on multiple sources of objective data.
  • There are rankings within each state and within each census-designated metropolitan area that has three or more high schools, as well as the Best STEM Schools ranking and comprehensive Best Charter Schools and Best Magnet Schools rankings.
  • Includes rankings of high schools within each school district that has three or more high schools.
  • Your school's U.S. News profile page includes information on enrollment, graduation rates, student body demographics, location, school type, and results of state assessments as well as Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests.
  • Best High Schools rankings, available online only, are produced in conjunction with RTI International, a global research firm. U.S. News doesn't collect data directly from high schools; all data comes directly from official third-party sources.
  • A.P. and I.B. data come directly from the College Board and International Baccalaureate, respectively, for use in the rankings.
  • The state assessment data and graduation rates are from each state, and other data comes from the U.S. Department of Education Common Core of Data.
  • For more information on how U.S. News evaluates public high schools, please see the methodology.