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SMUHSD High Schools Score High on Annual “Most Challenging Schools” Ranking

Logo for Washington Post s Most Challenging School RankingsAll six comprehensive high schools in the San Mateo Union High School District have been included in a 2017 list pointing out and ranking America’s Most Challenging High Schools. The list of the nation’s top secondary schools is the product of the Washington Post’s Jay Mathews, a graduate of Hillsdale High School. He has been producing his findings since 1998. Here are the District’s schools and their rankings: Aragon, No. 581; Burlingame, No. 595; San Mateo, No. 759; Capuchino, No. 1,477; Hillsdale, No. 1,503; Mills, 1,711. Click HERE to see the complete press release.

Posted by: Sheri Costa-Batis Published:5/12/17
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