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Brooklyn Collaborative wins Bronze Best High Schools “badge” from US News & World Report!

US News & World Report just released their 2018 Best High Schools rankings this past week, and Brooklyn Collaborative is a winner!  It was among the elite schools that scored high enough to earn a Bronze Best High Schools “badge.”  The badge is posted on our website.

New York City has 113 of the country’s best public high schools, according to the latest release.  In New York City, 20 high schools were recognized with a gold medal, 43 schools with silver and 50 with bronze.  The 2018 rankings were released on Wednesday and evaluate over 20,500 public high schools.  U.S. News identified schools that best serve all students and assessed how prepared students are for college-level work.

Less than 30% of the schools nationwide earned the right to display a badge and to be called Best High Schools. U.S. News badges are widely recognized as symbols of excellence in education.

Here is the updated information published about our school, including details about the award status: