San Carlos Patch
Ten percent of the state’s top 100 schools are located right here in the Peninsula, new rankings find.
A new report card is out for public high schools in California, and several local schools are at the top of the class.
That’s because 10 percent of the state’s top 100 schools are located right here in the Peninsula, according to Niche, which compiles school rankings.
According to a new survey from the organization, Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto ranked second in all of California. Nine other Peninsula schools also placed in the top 100 in the state, as follows:
- Palo Alto High School ranked number 15
- Los Altos High School ranked number 18
- Mountain View High School ranked number 29
- Burlingame High School ranked number 42
- San Mateo High School ranked number 53
- Aragon High School in San Mateo ranked number 67
- Hillsdale High School in San Mateo ranked number 76
- Mills High School in Millbrae ranked number 83
- Carlmont High School in Belmont ranked number 100