Grayslake Central Ranked Among Best in the Nation by U.S. News and World Report

Grayslake Central Ranked Among Best in the Nation by U.S. News and World Report

Grayslake Central High School was awarded a silver medal by U.S. News and World Report for their designation as 27th best high school in the State of Illinois and the 765th best in the nation. According the U.S. News, they reviewed over 28,500 public schools across the nation. Schools were ranked based on school and student performance on standardized tests, including Advanced Placement exams, student body demographics, graduation rate, and college readiness. Principal Dan Landry commented, "We are excited and proud to be recognized. It speaks to the efforts of our students, staff, and community."  


For more information on the rankings you can go to http://www.usnews.com/education/best-highschools/illinois/districts/grayslake-community-high-school-district-127/grayslake-central-high-school6757  

For more information contact  

Renee Zoladz  
Associate Superintendent  
rzoladz@d127.org
(847) 986-3448 

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