For 2018 (and the second year in a row), Princeton High School has been awarded a Bronze Medal — High performing school based on state exam performance. Of the over 22,000 high schools in the nation, 70% received no medal. Only 16.8% of high schools in the nation were awarded a Bronze Medal by US News. Awards were determined using the following steps:
- Students perform better than expected in their state.
- Disadvantaged students perform better than state average.
- Student graduation rates meet or exceed a national standard
- Students are prepared for college-level coursework.
Congratulations to the students and staff!