Three New Hampshire schools were recently recognized by Newsweek’s 2016 Top High Schools list, including Coe-Brown Northwood Academy which was ranked #361 in America. “This recognition and honor is a testament to our strong community of students that are determined and focus on their education as well as the faculty, staff and families that educate, guide them and support them daily. It a dynamic relationship that helps our students succeed,” says David S. Smith, Headmaster. The list includes 500 high schools of over 26,000 in the country, putting CBNA in the top 2% of high schools in the nation. Newsweek selects its schools first by looking at student proficiency on state tests. Then, schools are ranked based on college enrollment rates, graduation rates, weighted AP/IB/dual enrollment, weighted SAT/ACT composite, student retention and counselor-to-student ratio. The recognition validates CBNA’s mission to “strive to produce graduates who are academically and socially prepared to be responsible, caring and contributing members of the global society”. “We are very proud of our CBNA community and we celebrate our students’ achievement,” said Smith.
Congratulations to the entire CBNA community for this remarkable achievement.