Midlands schools make U.S. News Best High Schools rankings | News
In a recent release, more than a handful of Midland schools were ranked on a list for U.S. News Best High Schools, according to U.S. News.
In the 2013 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings, there are two South Carolina schools with gold medals, 17 with silver medals and 29 with bronze medals.
Three Midlands schools placed in the top ten.
Dutch Fork High School in Irmo was ranked at #3, while Chapin High School trailed behind ranked #4 and Lexington High School at #9.
The 2013 Best High Schools rankings were designed to help parents wade through the ever expanding options of public high schools.
U.S. News collected data on more than 21,000 public high schools from 49 states and the District of Columbia. (Nebraska did not report enough data to be included in the rankings.)
In the national rankings, 500 schools earned gold medals, 1,790 were awarded silver and 2,515 took home bronze.