HOUSTON – Houston High School has received a national bronze award for the educational experience it provides.
U.S. News and World Report used test and demographic information available from the state Department of Education to survey and rank schools across the country.
Houston was among 40 schools in the state to receive an award. Only one school, Murrah High School in Jackson, received an award higher than bronze. Murrah received a silver award.
The magazine’s ranking process included multiple steps, starting with calculations to analyze high schools’ students performance on state tests.
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