Within the past week, the State Education Department identified high achieving and high progress as Recognition Schools, and U.S. News and World Report published its list of the best high schools in the country and the State.
Not surprisingly, schools led by ESSAA members were exceptionally well-represented on all of these lists. We are proud of our members in particular, but also of all school leaders across the State who have achieved success for their students under ordinary and extraordinary circumstances.
ESSAA would like to take this opportunity to thank all school leaders for the important work they do and to acknowledge the administrators, faculty and students of the Recognition Schools and the U.S. News and World top high schools for their impressive accomplishments.